Digital intuitive time switch IHP 1c

ACTI9 Dig Time Switch, 24H, 7D, IHP, 1C, V1

Catalogue Number: CCT15720

Discontinued

Digital intuitive time switch IHP 1c
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

Specifications

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Range of product
Acti 9
Range
Acti 9
Product name
Acti 9 IHP
Device short name
IHP
Product or component type
programmable digital time switch
Device application
building
Battery type
lithium
Number of channels
1
Language
  • English
  • French
  • Portuguese
  • Italian
  • German
  • Spanish
    • Colour tint
      white (RAL 9003)
      Product compatibility
      mechanical compatibility with electrical distribution comb busbars
      Power consumption in VA
      4 VA
      Maximum switching current
    • 10 A - 250 V AC pf = 0.6
    • 16 A - 250 V AC pf = 1
      • [Ue] rated operational voltage
        230 V AC +/- 10 % at 50/60 Hz
        Accuracy
        +/- 1 s/day 20 °C
        Cycle duration
        24 hours + 7 days
        Maximum number of switchings
        56
        Minimum interval duration
        1 min
        Function available
        automatic winter/summer time changeover
        Display type
        backlit LCD
        Battery life
        6 year(s)
        Backup time
        6 years time and program saving
        Type of setting
        absence for holidays function
        Connections - terminals
        screwless terminals
        Mounting support
        DIN rail
        9 mm pitches
        5
        Width
        45 mm
        Height
        85 mm
        Depth
        66 mm
        Function
        none
        Absence for holidays
        yes
        Time changeover
        automatic
        Updated by
        none
        Compatibility code
        IHP
        Ambient air temperature for operation
        -10-50 °C
        IP degree of protection
        IP20 B
        Sustainable offer status
        Green Premium product
        REACh Regulation
        Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
        EU RoHS Directive
        Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
        Environmental Disclosure
        ENVPEP060104EN
        Circularity Profile
        ENVEOLI0601004EN
        Warranty
        18 months

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        Why is there a voltage present at the terminals of the open contact of an IHP digital time clock.?

        The new generation programmable time switches (CCT15720, CCT15721, CCT15722, CTT15723, CCT15850, CCT15851,CCT15852, CCT15853, CCT16650 and CCT15652) integrate the O-crossing technique. This is an electronic procedure enabling the circuit to be opened at zero current, which enables the electromechanical contact to be operated off-load.

        This is used to avoid the inrush currents of certain loads, particularly lighting.

        This solution involves a low leakage current traveling through the electronics which generates residual voltage at the contact terminals, even when open. This can cause problems when very low loads (small relays, LEDs, etc.) are operated, as the receiver may be "held on" by this spurious voltage. 

        Note:
        For this type of application (low load), a conventional electromechanical programmable time switch should be used.

        Is the CCT15725 available in 24v dc

         Only available in 240v only

        Why can't I measure a voltage on the time switch output contacts.

        The time switches have a "volts free" contact which means that the contact is not connected internally to the time switch power supply.

        The contact needs to be separately fed (usually linked across from the incoming live)

        What does the plug shaped symbol on the display of a CCT15940 time switch mean?

        The plug symbol means that the timer is in power fail mode.
        This means that the mains supply of the timer is no longer present.
        The symbol will disappear as soon as the mains are reconnected.

         

        Is there an equivalent part for the ITM4C-6E?

        Yes the CCT15940 4 channel output.

        Instructions for Merlin Gerin timer CCT15837 or CCT15854

        See the attached installation instructions for both timers.

         

        Is the CCT15837 still available for Purchase?

        No, the CCT15387 has been superceeded by the CCT15838. This only has 1 N/O contact.

        Why the CCT15940 time switch does not operates again, after the electrical power has resumed?

        If the timer has been connected all the time to mains, then it seems that the timer has been damaged (maybe due to high voltage or spikes in the network).

        What is a CCT15284

        It is an IC2000 - twilight switch

        What is the new code for the CCT15837 timer?

        The new code is CCT15838, but the CCT15838 only has a N/O contact not a C/O contact like the previous version.

        What is the replacement for CCT15837 ?

        The replacement is the CCT15838 Which has higher load ratings but is a N/O contact instead of a C/O
        (see attached file)

        Video: CCT15854 Programming Schedules

        Does the CCT15837 time clock have a backup battery

        Yes the CCT15837 does have a backup battery

        Is part number C2015/20 available in Red?

        Yes it is and the part number is C2015/20-RD.

        Video: How to Program the CCT15491 IC100kp+ 1 C

        What cable is used between the sensor and the base unit on a CCT15368

         The cable is 2 core shielded

        What is the battery life on the Timer CCT15838 ?

        Battery life of CCT15838 shows as 10 years on data sheet as attached.

        Is the battery inside the CCT15854 timer replaceable?

        No. Unfortunately, the battery can not be replaced as it is soldered on the PCB.
         

        What is the cover for a C2015/20?

        The cover for a C2015/20 is a C2015/20C.

        Does the 15725 have daylight savings function

        15725 has been superceded by CCT15837
        CCT15837 has NZ listed for daylight saving

        what is the maximum amount of settings which can be achieved with the CCT15854?

        56 settings

        What is part number for Stainless Steel cover to suit C2015/20?

        The part number for Stainless Steel cover to suit is a C2015/20C.

        What is the replacement for CCT15837?

        CCT15838 - Prog. time switch 16A IHPplus 1C 18 mm. This only has 1 N/O contact.

        Does the CCT15837 Digital Time Clock come with battery back up?

        Yes, the battery will last for 5 years.

        Are there instructions available for the CCT15854 timer?

        Please find attached instructions for the CCT15854 Din rail mount timer.


         

        What is the replacement for the 4TCD / 4TCD1 ?

        4TCD is 7 day Clipsal timer  , made obsolete and has a Schneider Equivalent of  CCT15854.
        Please see attached data sheets on both the products for more details.
        For more information on Timers please visit the Clipsal website on the links provided.
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=timers
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=cct15854

        How to programe a CCT15854 timer unit for specific start and end times?

        Questions
        To  program the CCT15854 timer unit to suit the following way:
        On Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays:
        the "start" time = 5 AM
        the "end" time = 8 PM.

        Also on Saturdays and Sundays the CCT15854 timer unit = off.
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        Answers
        The described functionality of the customer is possible to realise.
        The CCT15854 is not using start and end time.

        You create a program with ON switching time and then another program with OFF switching time.

        So, in fact, you have to create two programs.
        To program the mentioned times you have to do the following steps:
        For ON switching at 5 AM:
        1. Select Menu/program/new/
        2. select ON/configure hour and minute (5:00)/
        3. select weekday: Monday/select COPY (4 times) for the following days (Tuesday until Friday)/
        4. press "next" 2 times to leave out Saturday and Sunday/
        5. save the program

        For OFF switching at 8 PM:
        You have to repeat these steps. It is like creating a new program:
        1. Select Menu/program/new/select OFF/
        2. configure hour and minute (20:00)/
        3. select weekday: Monday/select COPY (4 times) for the following days (Tuesday until Friday)/
        4. press "next" 2 times to leave out Saturday and Sunday/
        5. save the program

        What is the current replacement for the 15725

        The part number is the CCT15838 the main difference is this has N/O contacts and the 15725 had C/O contacts.
        (See attached data sheet)
         

        Do Clipsal make a 3 pin, 20 amp, switched outlet with flat pins?

        Yes, 20A 3 flat pin switched outlets are available in a few variants , most commonly the 2015/20, C2015/20 and 56C320F.

        For further information please visit:
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=2015/20
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=C2015/20
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56C320F

         

        Can you provide examples on how to programme the CCT15854 timer?

        The following general programming information is from our L3 technical support .
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        The CCT15854 is not using start and end time.

        You create a program with ON switching time and then another program with OFF switching time.
        So in fact you have to create two programs.
        To program the mentioned times you have to do the following steps:

        For ON switching at 5 AM:
        Select Menu/program/new/select ON/configure hour and minute (5:00)/select weekday:

         Monday/select COPY (4 times) for the following days
         (Tuesday until Friday)/press "next" 2 times to leave out Saturday and Sunday/save the program

        For OFF switching at 8 PM you have to repeat these steps. It is like creating a new program:
        Select Menu/program/new/select OFF/configure hour and minute (20:00)/select weekday:

         Monday/select COPY (4 times) for the following days
         (Tuesday until Friday)/press "next" 2 times to leave out Saturday and Sunday/save the program
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        By the way, for further general information, but not specific to your recent programming requirements;
        here are links to 2 of Schneider Electric's YouTube training files for the CCT15854 timer.
        These links successfully opened in September 2016.

        However, these links are subject to being changed at anytime without notification.

        (1) Programming schedule
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qanrT1VG-X4&list=PLMRr8wX6cNHPCuIIWeUYzPSMAavasUZow&index=1

        (2) Override
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElY1zuPrWQQ&list=PLMRr8wX6cNHPCuIIWeUYzPSMAavasUZow