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Caloundra Ceiling Sweep Fan 4 Abs Bld 1300mm

White Electric | Caloundra Ceiling Sweep Fan 4 Abs Bld 1300mm

Caloundra Ceiling Sweep Fan 4 Abs Bld 1300mm

Item Number: C4HS1300-WE

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$352.58
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Specifications

Design

Warranty

3 years

Range

Airflow

Product brand

Clipsal

Product or component type

fan

Product destination

ceiling fan

Device application

  • residential
  • commercial
    • Physical

      EU RoHS Directive

      Under investigation

      Provided equipment

      fan 350 mm 1300 mm

      [Ue] rated operational voltage

      240 V AC 50 Hz

      Power consumption in W

      75 W

      Material

      Material

      ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene-styrene)

      Others

      Package 1 Height

      29 cm

      Package 1 Length

      59 cm

      Package 1 Weight

      6.2 kg

      Package 1 width

      28 cm

      Device short name

      sweep fan
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the replacement part number for the LCHS100 DATA SWITCH?

      The part number is:
      VDIR62301G  -  DATA SWITCH S1000/T 4 PORT 100/1G MBP 

      Is CMS 1000 Compatible with Windows 7 or Windows 8?

      Issue:
      Is CMS 1000 Powerlink AS software compatible with Windows 7 or 8 operation systems?

      Product Line:
      Powerlink AS

      Environment:
      Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

      Cause:
      CMS1000 is an obsolete product and is not supported on Windows 7, 8,10

      Resolution:
      Run Windows XP mode in Windows 7 or Windows 8
       

      Can I optimize the Programs in my Concept Hot Standby system without stopping the process?

      Issue
      A Concept Hot Standby application needs to be optimized. How to do it?

      Product line
      Concept, Quantum

      Resolution

      Set the command register bit 13 (allow user logic mismatch) in the Primary.
      1. Stop the Standby PLC , load the optimized project and place back into run.
      2. The Standby PLC should have come up in Standby mode. Verify that it did and force a switch over.
      3. Perform a key switch transfer from the new optimized Primary to the Standby.
      4. Verify that the standby is back online and force another switch over.
      5. Reset Command Register bit 13 back to 0.
      6. Verify that both the Primary and Standby PLCs are online.