fuse cartridge 2amp

Blue Point Fused Terminal Blocks, 250V, 2A, Fuse

Catalogue Number: BPF2
fuse cartridge 2amp
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Diameter
6 mm
Length
25 mm
[Ue] rated operational voltage
250 V AC
[In] rated current
2 A
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant

Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the Clipsal BPT2 Dimensions?

  • Dimensions: 58 x 40 x 40 mm
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?CatNo=BPT2

What is BPFE Function used for in the NT-NW circuit breaker?

Basically, BPFE is an another check point to close the circuit remotely. 

With the BPFE option the customer can control the device electrically in order to close it.
When we say "control", it means that if all the safety conditions (part of the customer control/monitoring system of the installation) are enabled, the customer control/monitoring system of the installation will energize the XF through the wiring A3-A1. But at this step is not enough to close the breaker.  The engineer present in front of the device must press the BPFE button in order to close the device, if they consider no visual risk present before closing the device.

 

What would cause an EPF2 fault on the ATV61 drive with an Ethernet IP card?

Issue: 
What would cause an EPF2 fault on the ATV61 drive with an Ethernet IP card?

Product Line:
Altivar ATV61

Environment:
All

Cause:
Using an Allen Bradley PLC trying to access assemblies 103 and 104, and the drive has not been set up per case 2 example as recommended in the Ethernet IP VW3A3316 manual.

Resolution:
Case 2 programming example is as follows:

  • Menu 1.6
  • Ref 1= Communications card
  • Profile= Separate controls
  • CMD switching= C312
  • CMD channel 1= Communication card
  • CMD channel 2= Terminal control
  • Ref 2 Switching= C313
  • Ref 2 Channel= AI1 or AI2

What is a bPF fault on the ATS22 soft starter?

Issue:
What is a bPF fault on the ATS22 soft starter?

Product Line:
Altistart ATS22

Environment:
All

Cause:
Bypass contactor detected fault

Resolution:
Check for a welded bypass contactor or shorted SCR.
If you find a shorted SCR or bypass contactor, you will need to replace the soft starter.
Reference the manual BBV51330 of ATS22 installation guide.

What is an OPF2 on an ATV320 drive?

Issue:
What is an OPF2 on an ATV320 drive?

Product Line:
Altivar 320
 
Environment:
All 
 
Cause:
Motor is not connected, output contactor (if used) is not closing fast enough, or the motor current draw is too low.
 
Resolution:
Check all the output connections from the drive to the motor.
Check all the motor parameters and make sure the set values match the motor nameplate data. 
Check to see if there is an output contactor between the output of the drive and motor connector is probably open. If an output contactor is used, go to menu CONF, FULL, FLT-, OPL and set Output Phase loss to No.

Test the drive without the motor connected:
  1. Set OPL to No.
  2. Power down and disconnect the motor from the drive's terminals.
  3. With the motor disconnected, run the drive at 20, 30, and 60Hz and measure the output voltages phase-to-phase to see if they are all balanced.
  4. With the motor disconnected, megger out the motor with 1,000V Megger.

What will cause EPF2 fault on ATV32 when talking Ethernet?

Issue:
What will cause EPF2 fault on ATV32 when talking Ethernet?

Product Line:
ATV32

Environment:
All

Cause:
N/A

Resolution:
First check the FDR on the Ethernet IP card is disabled. In case the FDR is enabled, that will explain the "EPF2" fault. The reason is that the Drive is waiting for a configuration from PLC but PLC don't answer once the timeout is reached. This causes the drive to trip in "EPF2".
The second reason for "EPF2" fault is the range of IP address. In case of IP address 192.0.0.x and Sub net mask of 255.255.255.0 can cause "EPF2". Change the range of IP address.

What would cause a EPF2 fault using Profinet's telegram 1 and I/O profile on the ATV630 and ATV930 drives?

Issue:
What would cause a EPF2 fault using Profinet and I/O profile on the ATV630 and ATV930 drives?

Product Line:
ATV630

Environment:
All

Cause:
IO Profile and Telegram 1 are not compatible. 

Resolution:
Profinet telegram 1 is not supported with IO Profile.  It is suggested that they use telegram 100 which does support IO Profile.

What can cause the Altivar 32 to fault on an Output Phase Loss?

Issue:
What can cause the ATV32 to fault on an Output Phase Loss?

Product line:
Altivar 32, ATV32

Environment:
All serial numbers for Altivar 32, ATV32

Cause:
Loss of phase/low current

Resolution:

OPF1 is the detection of the loss of one output phase between the drive and the motor. 
OPF2 is the detection of the loss of all three phases between the drive and the motor.

- Confirm the motor settings are correctly entered into the drive Motor Control (DRC) menu
- Check the wiring connections between the drive and the motor.  If there are any disconnects or junctions, check that the disconnect is closed and junction connections are secure.
- If the motor is undersized for the drive HP rating, the drive may trip on phase loss due to low current detection, causing the drive to believe a phase is lost. 
- Confirm the drive is working properly by disconnecting the motor leads, setting Output Phase Loss (OPL) to No, run the drive and check for equal voltage output, phase to phase.
- If using an output contactor, set Output Phase Loss (OPL) to Output Cut (OAC)
 

How do I setup the Altivar Process Drive to communicate over Ethernet IP?

Issue:
How do I setup the Altivar Process Drive to communicate over Ethernet IP?

Product Line:
Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930, ATV650, ATV950, ATV660, ATV960, ATV680, ATV980)

Environment:
All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive

Cause:
N/A

Resolution:
This FAQ will go over some basic settings to check. For a more detailed list of procedures on setting up the drive for Ethernet IP please reference the manuals attached.

EDS Files Assemblies
  • What assemblies are you working with?
  • Drive should be setup for proper assemblies to match PLC
    • Assemblies must be configured using SoMove ONLY.
    • Compatible assemblies with the Process Drive are listed below:
      • Communication Scanner Assemblies (Default)
        • 100 and 101
          • (Input and Output Assemblies)
          • Works with IO Profile.
      • ​Other Drive Assemblies
        • 20: Basic speed control output
        • 21: Extended speed control output
        • 70: Basic speed control input
        • 71: Extended speed control input
          • When using assemblies 21 and 71 you must follow exact settings in the Command and Reference Menu or else EPF2 fault will appear on the drive
        • 104 and 105
        • 103 and 104 - Allen Bradley Assemblies are not available on the Process Drive.
        • Do not work with IO Profile.
  • Once assemblies are configured correctly in PLC then proceed with drive settings.
Basic Settings
- Programming on the Drive
  • Program Communication Settings:
    • [Communication] [Comm Parameters] [Eth Module Config]
      • IP Assignment Mode
        • Set to Fixed
      • IP Address
      • Subnet Mask
      • Gateway Address
  • Program Command Settings:
    • [Complete settings] [Command and Reference]
      • ​For command speed from Network, program:
        • [Ref Freq 1 Config] Fr1 - Set to [Com. Module] nEt (for ATV900 Set to [Embedded
          Ethernet] Eth
          )
        • [Ref 1B switching] rCb - Set to [Ref Freq Channel 1] Fr1
        • [Control Mode] CHCFSet to [Not separ.] SIM
      • ​Video: Setting an Auto/Manual or Reference Switching on the Altivar Process Drives
  • Powercycle the drive
- Programming on SoMove
  • [Parameters List] [Fieldbus] [Slot A - Modbus TCP/EthernetIP]
    • Configure Ethernet Protocol
      • Set to Ethernet/IP
    • Configure drive for correct assemblies
      • Can ONLY be done using Somove
    • Configure Drive Input/Output Data tables
Communicate with the Drive
  • Sending a command to the drive
  • Using IO Profile
    • Only works with Assemblies 100 and 101
    • [Complete Settings] [Command and Reference] [Control Mode] - Set to IO
    • Command Word - Register 8501
      Speed Reference Word - Registers 8502 (Hz) and 8602 (rpm)
    • 16 bit word (Bit 0, 1, 2..... 15)
    • Start/Stop must turn on bit 0
      • Write a 1 to start
      • Write a 0 to stop
    • Bit 1 to 15 are assignable like logic inputs
      • Example: To assign a fault reset to bit 2 - [Fault reset]Set to C302 (Reference Programming manual for more details)
  • Using CIA402 (DriveCom Profile)
    • Works with other assemblies
    • [Complete Settings] [Command and Reference] [Control Mode] to [Not separ.] or [Separate]
    • Command Word - 8501
      Speed Reference Word - 8502 (Hz) and 8602 (rpm)
    • No 16 bit word
    • Start/Stop
      • Sequence of values must be written to the drive
      • 6, 7 and 15
      • Toggle between 7 and 15 to start and stop
For troubleshooting tips
FA315015:https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/faqs/FA315015/