Blue Point Fused Terminal Blocks, 250V, 5A, Fuse

Blue Point Fused Terminal Blocks, 250V, 5A, Fuse

Blue Point Fused Terminal Blocks, 250V, 5A, Fuse

Item Number: BPF5

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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Physical

Length

25 mm

[Ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC

[In] rated current

5 A

EU RoHS Directive

Under investigation

Others

Diameter

6 mm

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Weight

2.52 g

Package 1 Height

6 mm

Package 1 width

6 mm

Package 1 Length

24 mm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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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 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.

Does the NW-BP85-002 require any programming in order to commission the unit?

No. The BP85 does not require any programming. All the user has to do to commission the unit is to set the MB+ address dip switches for both networks and power up the unit.

Network issues may be experienced after performing a ProWORX Netscan with an XBTF installed (TSXMBP100)

Goals and Symptoms


Network issues may be experienced after performing a ProWORX Netscan with an XBTF installed (TSXMBP100)

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=> Concerned issues :
Using ProWORX Netscan:
Scan a Modbus+ network that contains one or more XBTF(s) equipped with MBP100 cards by means of:
1) The PC communicating to the PLC via Modbus and connecting to the Modbus Plus network via bridge mode.
2) Using Netscan on a network through a BP85 bridge that contains one or more XBTF(s) equipped with MBP100 cards.

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=> Symptoms :
Issues that may be experienced are :
1) When bridging from Modbus to Modbus Plus: Once the XBTF is querried the Netscan will slow down. After the Netscan is completed Modbus communication will appear to be locked up.
2) When bridging to another Modbus Plus network via a BP85: The Data Slave path will be held. If 8 Netscans are performed all 8 Data Save paths will be in use and no communication will occur in that direction.

=> Recovery :
Once the issue has been experienced the methods to restore are:
1) When bridging from Modbus to Modbus Plus: Power cycle of the PLC.
2) When bridging to another Modbus Plus network via a BP85: Power cycle of the XBTF or the BP85.

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=> Environment :
This patch is available for XBTL-1000 v4.30 and all XBT-F.
The modification has been integrated to XBTL1000 V4.40 and V4.42.
This patch is available for the TSXMBP100 hardware version 2.1 or higher.

Facts and Changes

Proworx - Concept - XBTF - XBTL1000 V4.30 - TSXMBP100 card release 2.1 (or more) - Bridge - scan - Modbus+

Causes and Fixes

=> This patch resolves the ProWORX Netscan issues that were described.

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=> Attached files :
The patch is composed of 3 files : MBPL070.XEX, MBPL080.XEX and xbtmbpl.des.

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=> Procedure to follow to install the patch :
The procedure to install the patch is :
1- close XBTL1000
2- in the XBTL1000 repertory (\program files\schneider electric\XBT-L1000\), rename the 2 already existing files "MBPL070.XEX" and "MBPL080.XEX" by replacing the ".XEX" by ".OLD". Rename the file "xbtmbpl.des" replacing the ".des" extension by ".OLD".
3- copy the 3 new files (MBPL070.XEX, MBPL080.XEX and xbtmbpl.des) in the XBTL1000 repertory (\program files\schneider electric\XBT-L1000\)
4- erase/format a pcmcia card
5- open XBTL1000, and download the application (by pcmcia or by cable)
6- test the application

Attachments

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The patch is composed of 3 files : MBPL070.XEX, MBPL080.XEX and xbtmbpl.des


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL168292 V3.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
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