Max 4 Connector Blocks, 20A, 2 Way, Double Entry with Platform

Max 4 Connector Blocks, 20A, 2 Way, Double Entry with Platform

Max 4 Connector Blocks, 20A, 2 Way, Double Entry with Platform

Item Number: BP302

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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Range of product

Blue Point

Product or component type

connector block

Physical

[In] rated current

20 A

[Ue] rated operational voltage

500 V

Connector type

screw terminals

EU RoHS Directive

Compliant

Mercury free

Yes

RoHS exemption information

Yes

China RoHS Regulation

Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

Others

Cable cross section

2 x 2.5-2.5 mm²

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Weight

14 g

Package 1 Height

27 mm

Package 1 width

16 mm

Package 1 Length

28 mm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Is part number BP30F still available?

No. Unfortunatelythis part is no longer available nor a replacement.

Video: How do you compare two ProWORX 32 projects?



1- Open the Compare Setup utility. From the main toolbar, go to UTILITIES then COMPARE.
2- Under the Compare Options, select what you want to compare. Or, click the TOGGLE button to select all the compare options.
3- In the “Compare” and “To” option boxes, click the two BROWSE buttons to select the project databases.
4- Click the OK button to start the compare utility.
5- The Compare Results will be shown. A check mark indicates a match. An “X” indicates a mismatch.
6- You can further click on the mismatch options to get full details on what mismatches occurred between the two projects. In this example the only mismatch was the PLC type – Quantum 11302 vs 11303.

A customer will connect several motors in parallel for conveyor application, and they will be driven by a ATV68C23N4. However, the total motors' ratin...

Goals and Symptoms

A customer will connect several motors in parallel for conveyor application, and they will be driven by a ATV68C23N4. However, the total motors' rating current is less than ATV68C23N4's current. How to setup the motor data in Menu B3 for this case? Is there any particular parameter setting need to be configured for this motor parallel case?

Causes and Fixes

For this application there is some restrictions :

- need to have same motors
- same cabe lenght for each motor

However, for the B3 menu :
B3.00 = global power ( sum of motors )
B3.01 = global current
B3.02 = nominal voltage
B3.03 = nominal frequency
B3.04 = nominal speed
B3.05 = nominal network voltage

And make a tune only if you have exactly same motors.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL161617 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Altivar 68

How do I adjust the acceleration and deceleration rate of Lexium 28 when controlled via CANopen?

When writing a PLC program to control Lexium 28 via CAN you will notice that the function blocks for position movements do not include an input for acceleration and deceleration, leading to the question of how to adjust these values.

The LXM28 library does not include a function block specifically for writing to the "ramp profiles".

If the ramps only need to be written once then you can modify the default values which are written in the "ServiceDataObject" at 6083 and 6084.  
The default values are written at 4266666667, which likely result in very stiff movements.

You may also optional map these items to the empty RPD, for example, mapping 6083 and 6084 to RPD04 or change the mapping of RPD02 or RPD03.

The recommended and most commoly used method is to write to these two parameters via SDO using the MC_WriteParemeter FB.

See attachment example.

 

How to write data in an ION Meter configured as a Modbus Slave

Issue:
End user would like to write data to any ION Meter that is configured as a modbus slave
 
Product Line:
ION75X0 RTU, ION8800, ION8600, ION8650 ION7550/ION7650, ION7300, ION8500, ION8400, ION8300, ION7500/ION7600
 
Environment:
Modbus Communications
 
Cause:
The ION meter configured as Modbus slave can easily provide data to its master using Modbus slave modules. It doesn't make any difference if the master is another ION meter (using "Modbus Master Device" modules) or a third party product. This articles detail the actions for the slave ION meter to receive information from the master.
 
Resolution
ION Modules offer the availability for a slave meter to accept inputs. To do so, create External Pulse, External Boolean or External Numeric modules, depending on the type of information you need to import. All these "External" modules are available over Modbus. The map is given in the "Common_Modbus_Registers.pdf", starting on page 27. These modules can be modified over Modbus the same way as in a Vista diagram.
For example, to trigger the "External Pulse #1", write the number "1" at the Modbus address 42001.
 
To change the value of the "External Boolean #1", the address is 42201. Write "0" to turn to OFF state, and write "1" to turn to ON state.
 
To write a value in "External Numeric #1", simply write a value at the Modbus registers 42301 and 42302. The number needs to be in Signed Integer 32-bits format (42301 is the high order word, 42302 the low order word).
 
Note: Standard Security must be disabled for changes be made to the meter. If Standard Security is enabled, a "Modbus Exception # 3 - Illegal Data" message will be received when trying to write the register.

Note: The ION 6200 doesn't include ION modules. For Modbus communication with an ION 6200 refer to the "ION6200 Registers.pdf" attached below

For more information on the topics discussed in this afticle please take a look at the "Modbus and ION Technology.pdg" attached to this FAQ. 

 

What are the Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) codes for Schneider Electric (US only)?

The CAGE codes for Schneider Electric/SQUARE D are listed below:
CAGE Code Company Address
04429 SQUARE D CO LEEDS MFG PLANT 940 MOORE ST NE LEEDS, AL 35094
05684 SQUARE D CO MIDDLETOWN MFG PLANT 1500 S UNIVERSITY BLVD MIDDLETOWN, OH 45044
07442 SQUARE D CO DALLAS ASSEMBLY PLANT 1111 REGAL ROW DALLAS, TX 7524
12670 SQUARE D COELECTROMAGNETIC INDUSTRIES DIV 1410 DONALDSON PIKE B-5 NASHVILLE, TN 37217
14280 SQUARE D CO LEXINGTON MFG PLANT 1601 MERCER RD LEXINGTON, KY 40511
14799 SQUARE D CO CHICAGO ASSEMBLY PLANT 9522 W WINONA SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176
19804 SQUARE D CO GRAND BAY OF BRECKSVILLE 6995 S EDGERTON RD SUITE 100 BRECKSVILLE, OH 44141
2E203 SQUARE D CO 810 GLEN EAGLE CT SUITE 100 BALTIMORE, MD 21286
4T466 SQUARE D CO 1010 AIRPARK CENTER DR NASHVILLE, TN 37217
51917 SQUARE D CO ASHEVILLE MFG PLANT 128 BINGHAM RD ASHEVILLE, NC 28806
51918 SQUARE D CO AUTOMATION AND CONTROL BUSINESS RALEIGH, NC 27611
51920 SQUARE D CO COLUMBIA MFG PLANT SUMTER HWY 76 AND 378 COLUMBIA, SC 29209
55947 SQUARE D CO SORGEL MFG PLANT 4065 N RICHARDS ST MILWAUKEE, WI 53212
56158 SQUARE D CO OSHKOSH MFG PLANT 3300 MEDALIST DR OSHKOSH, WI 54901
56302 SQUARE D CO CEDAR RAPIDS MFG PLANT 3700 6TH ST SW CEDAR RAPIDS, IA 52406
56303 SQUARE D CO 1717 CENTER PARK RD LINCOLN, NE 68512
56304 SQUARE D CO OXFORD MFG PLANT 5735 COLLEGE CORNER RD OXFORD, OH 45056
56365 SQUARE D CO CORPORATE OFFICES 1415 S ROSELLE RD PALATINE, IL 60067
63637 SQUARE D CO MISSOURI MFG PLANT 4800 PARIS RD COLUMBIA, MO 65202
63831 SQUARE D CO HUNTINGTON PLANT 6 COMMERCIAL RD HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
70745 SQUARE D CO SENECA PLANT 1990 SANDIFER BLVD SENECA, SC 29678
88434 SQUARE D CO 13191 CROSSROADS PKY N SUITE 205 LA PUENTE, CA 91746
88753 SQUARE D CO 3516 CONCORD RD YORK, PA 17402


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL206488 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 10/26/2011, Last Edited by MaTh on 10/26/2011
Related ranges: Standards Applied to Power Management PRODUCTS

What is the configuration setting for IO Server redundancy in Vijeo Citect 7.0 or later versions?

The configuration setting for IO Server redundancy in Vijeo Citect 7.0 or later versions is as tabulated below :

Define Cluster - Cluster1

Citect1:
 
Citect2:
 
IO Servers:
 
 
 
Server Name:
Cluster Name:
Network address
 
IOServer1
Cluster 1
Net_pri                             
Name:
Cluster Name:
 
 
IOServer2
Cluster 1
Net_sec


 
Network Address :
      
Network Address :
 
Name:
Address:
Net_Pri
192.168.100.101
(PC LAN card Address)
Name:
Address:
Net_sec
192.168.100.102
(PCLAN card Address)
Boards:
 
 
 
Server Name:
IOServer1
Server Name:
IOServer2
Board Name:
IOServer1_Board1
BoardName:
IOServer2_Board1
Board Type:
TCPIP
Board Type:
TCPIP
Address:
0
Address:
0
Ports:
 
 
 
Server Name:
IOServer1
Server Name:
IOServer2
Port Name:
Board1 _Port1
Port Name:
Board2_Port1
Board Name:
IOServer1 _Board1
Board Name:
IOServer2_Board1
Port Number:
Special Option
1
-I192.168.0.10 -P502 -T
Port Number:
Special Option
1
-I192.168.0.10 -P502 -T
IO Devices:
 
 
 
Server Name:
IOServer1
Server Name:
IOServer2
Name:
Device1
Name:
Redund_Device1
Number:
1
Number:
1
Address:
1
Address:
1
Protocol:
ModNet20
Protocol:
Modnet20
Port Name:
Board1 _Port1
Port Name:
Board2_Port1
StartUp Mode:
Primary
StartUp Mode:
StandBy

Note: IO Device Numbers must be the same for redundancy.

Computer Setup:

Citect1
Citect2
IO Server :
 
Project: <ProjectName>
Project: <ProjectName>
IOServer: IOServer1
IOServer: IOServer2
TCPIP
TCPIP

Why might the Overload LED be lit on my APC Back-UPS?

Issue:

The Overload indicator is lit whenever equipment connected to the battery back-up outlets is drawing more power than the UPS can provide. This symptom is also
accompanied by a shrill constant tone. If the overload is strong enough, the UPS may shut down turning off its output in order to protect its circuitry from damage.


Product Line:

All APC Back-UPS Product Families.


Environment:

All APC Back-UPS Product Families.


Cause:

Each model of Back-UPS is capable of handling up to a certain amount of equipment. For example, the BP350U is rated for 350 Volt Amps (or 220 Watts) and the BP500U
is rated for 500 Volt Amps (or 315 Watts). Verify that your equipment plugged into the Battery Backup outlets does not exceed the VA rating (denoted by the number in the
model number of your UPS) by using APC's UPS Sizing Tool.


Resolution:

Try moving one or more pieces of equipment to the Surge Protection outlets. If the Overload Led remains lit at this point, try turning the unit off and
back on again. If you have verified that your connected equipment does not exceed the ratings of the unit, please contact APC's Technical Support.
Please be near the unit to further troubleshoot the problem over live chat.

Note: It is normal for the Overload Led to briefly illuminate when turning the UPS on with the equipment connected. When using the UPS as a "master on/off"
switch, the Overload Led will illuminate briefly when the connected equipment powers up at the same time that the UPS does.

If the Overload Led is flashing CONTINUOUSLY, this may indicate an internal fault with the UPS. If this is the case, please contact APC's Technical Support.

How to Use Local Time in SCADAPack E RTU Logic Applications

Overview

The SCADAPack E RTU can operate using UTC or Standard Time in the RTU Real Time Clock. When using the DNP3 protocol, UTC time is the recommended industry practice. When using UTC time, some logic applications may require local time and/or daylight savings time. The SCADAPack E RTU has the ability to display local time and control if daylight savings time needs to be applied

SCADAPack E Configuration

UTC & Standard Time

When UTC Time is set in the SCADAPack E RTU real time clock, the Time Offset from UTC system point (float system point 63201) should be set appropriately (as per the installation of the RTU). Where Standard Time is set in the RTU real time clock, the Time Offset from UTC should be set to zero.

The Time Offsett from UTC system point 63201 can be found on the General -> Controller Settings property page of SCADAPack E Configurator.

Summer Time

If summer time activities are required, it is not necessary to adjust the RTU Real Time Clock. Rather, the Time Zone Modifier system point (binary system point 50302) can be activated. This system point is also known as Apply Daylight Savings point. Setting this point is the responsibility of the SCADA Master or a combination of information from the SCADA Master and a user-created logic program.

The Time Zone Modifier selects summer time on the RTU when the binary system point is active. The RTU immediately adjusts for summer time upon receiving a control message from the SCADA Master to set the point.

When Summer Time is selected, certain RTU facilities receive local information from the RTU based on Standard Time + 1.0 Hours. When summer time is not selected, these facilities receive standard time.

Example


In the example below the RTU is located in Ottawa, Canada. The date is September 30th, 2015 UTC time is 8:14pm. Daylight Savings time is enforced, thus binary point 50302 is enabled from the SCADA Host. The Configuration is set to have a UTC time offset of -5. The TIMEDATE block in SCADAPack Workbench CAM5 will return the local time values. DNP3 events are still generated using UTC time, the SCADA host is configured for UTC time, yet logic can execute using local time. The adjustment of daylight savings time is facilitated using binary output point 50302 twice a year.


Time Presentation


Except where noted below, RTU facilities use UTC or Standard time (e.g. RTU Real Time Clock, Trends, and DNP3 Time-stamps).

Summer Time (Daylight Savings) corrected time only affects RTU sub-systems that use Local Time. The following table indicates which SCADAPack E RTU facilities use Local times (UTC offset and Daylight Savings / Summer time adjusted) or UTC / Standard (Summer time independent) times.

RTU Facilities Using UTC or STANDARD Time
(Independent of Summer Time
RTU Facilities Using LOCAL Time
(Adjusted for UTC offset and Daylight Savings Time)
RTU Real Time Clock Profiler Task
Trend sample time-stamps ISaGRAF TIMEDATE Function Block
DNP3, IEC60870-5 protocol event time-stamps ISaGRAF LOC_TIME Function Block
ISaGRAF OS_TIME Function ISaGRAF DAY_TIME Function
Times shown in RTU diagnostics  

More Examples

Example 1 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to UTC time, Daylight Savings not applied
UTC Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 10.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = NO
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds since Jan 1, 1970 UTC
· Profiler control time = 21:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 21:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 21:15:10
Example 2 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to UTC time, Daylight Savings applied
UTC Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 10.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = YES
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME function returns seconds since Jan 1, 1970 UTC
· Profiler control time = 22:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 22:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 22:15:10
Example 3 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to Standard time, Daylight Savings not applied
RTU Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 0.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = NO
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds to 11:15:10 since Jan 1, 1970 standard time
· Profiler control time = 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 11:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 11:15:10
Example 4 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to Standard time, Daylight Savings applied
RTU Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 0.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = YES
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds to 11:15:10 since Jan 1, 1970 standard time
· Profiler control time = 12:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 12:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 12:15:10

More Details

To read more about UTC Time vs. Standard time in SCADAPack E, please consult the Reference Manual which may be selected from the Help menu of the E Configurator.

 

Why might the LEDs on my Back-UPS or Smart-UPS SC be flashing?

Issue:
Flashing LED lights on Back-UPS Pro, Back-UPS Pro USB, Back-UPS LS, and Smart-UPS SC: causes and definitions

Product Line:
Back-UPS Pro, Back-UPS USB, Back-UPS LS, Back-UPS CS, Back-UPS NS/XS/RS, Smart-UPS SC 620VA and under

Environment:
BP280X, BP420X, BP650X, BP1000, BP1100, BP1400, BK350, BK500,
BR/BX SKUs, SC420, SC620, SC250RM1U, SC450RM1U

Cause / Resolution:

Green On Line LED: flashing Yellow On Battery LED: on solid

This indicates that the UPS is performing a Self-Test of the battery. If the Self-Test passes, the green On-Line LED will go on solid while the yellow On Battery LED will go off. If it fails the test, the red Replace Battery LED will illuminate. This LED will remain illuminated until the unit passes a Self-Test.

Green On Line and Red Overload LEDs: ALTERNATELY flashing
This indicates that the UPS has entered ""sleep mode"" where the UPS will turn off its output power in an effort to conserve battery power. The UPS is put into ""sleep mode"" by the optional PowerChute shutdown software included with your Back-UPS Pro after it has performed a graceful shutdown of your operating system. Depending on how the PowerChute software is configured (see PowerChute User's Guide) your ups may ""wake up"" when normal power is restored, wake up after a user-defined delay, or may not wake up at all. Once AC power is present, to manually ""wake up"" your UPS, press the On/Test button.

Green On Line LED: on solid
This indicates that the UPS is operating normally on utility power from your wall socket. The battery is not being used at this time.

Yellow On Battery LED: on solid
This indicates that your UPS is operating on battery power. The UPS can only provide power from the battery for a limited time before needing to be recharged. If your UPS is operating on battery power, you should save all open files and shutdown your PC and wait until normal power has been restored. Keep in mind that the UPS will run on battery whenever UPS deems the power is unsafe for your computer equipment.

Red Overload LED: on solid
This indicator is lit whenever equipment connected to the Battery Backup outlets is drawing more power than the UPS can provide. This symptom is also accompanied by a shrill constant tone. If the overload is strong enough, the UPS may shut down and turn off its output power in order to protect its internal circuitry from damage. Each model of Back-UPS Pro is capable of handling a predetermined amount of power draw. For example, the BP350U is rated for 350 Volt Amps (or 220 Watts) and the BP500UC is rated for 500 Volt Amps (or 315 Watts). Verify that the wattage draw from your equipment plugged into the ""battery backed up outlets"" does not exceed the Watt rating (listed in the specification section of the user manual) by using the APC UPS Selector tool. Try moving one or more pieces of equipment to the ""Surge Protection Only"" outlets.

If the Overload LED remains lit at this point, try turning the unit off then on again. If you have verified that the power draw of your connected equipment does not exceed the watt ratings of the unit, please contact APC's Technical Support. Note: It is normal for the Overload LED to briefly illuminate when turning the UPS on with the equipment connected. When using the UPS as a ""master on/off"" switch, the Overload LED may illuminate briefly when the connected equipment powers up at the same time that the UPS does. This is usually caused by a quick power draw at start up called ""inrush current"".

Red Replace Battery LED: On solid
This indicator is lit whenever the automatic diagnostic test has determined the battery is near the end of its useful life. It is a warning that the battery needs to be replaced within 4 weeks. It does not necessarily mean that the battery is dead. The typical life span of the battery is 2-4 years depending on use and environment (temperature). Before replacing the battery, however, you should let the UPS charge overnight (leave it plugged in, turned on, and with no load attached). Then, perform a self-test manually by pressing and holding the On/Test button until you hear two ""chirps"". You may now release the button.
After pressing the button, you will observe the following events:
1. The green On Line indicator will flash.
2. The yellow On Battery indicator will light while the battery test is performed.
If the UPS passes the Self-Test, the green On Line indicator will be lit and solid. If it fails the test, the red Replace Battery indicator will be lit as well as the green On Line LED. If the UPS fails the test and the unit is still in warranty (3 years from date of purchase), contact APC's Technical Support for further troubleshooting. If the unit is out of warranty, a replacement battery should be ordered from local retailers, APC, or the APC website (www.apcc.com).

ALL LEDs: flashing simultaneously
This signifies an internal fault in the UPS please contact APC's Technical Support and have your model number and serial number ready.

On Line and On Battery LEDs: flashing simultaneously
This signifies that there may be an internal fault in the UPS, please contact APC's Technical Support and have your model and serial number ready.

Overload and Replace Battery: flash simultaneously.
This signifies an internal fault in the UPS, please contact APC's Technical Support and have your model and serial number ready.
Contacting APC Technical Support: Please refer to the APC Support Contact page to identify the nearest support location.

Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

For support on APC and MGE products please visit:  https://www.apc.com/support/

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USB Cables
USB Charging Cables
USB Hubs
Wall-mount Transfer Switches
Wheeled Cases
Wireless
Wizards and Configurators
WS200