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Dalicontrol T Connection Of Dali Luminaires & Equipment, 1 In 2 Out, 5 Pole, 20A

Catalogue Number: DI-T
Image of DI-T DALi Infinity 5 pole T connector blue
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Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
DALI Infinity
Sustainable offer status
Green Premium product
REACh Regulation
Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
REACh free of SVHC
Yes
EU RoHS Directive
Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
Toxic heavy metal free
Yes
Mercury free
Yes
RoHS exemption information
Yes
China RoHS Regulation
 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
Environmental Disclosure
envpep090103en
Circularity Profile
N/A

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the IP Rating of MD Dist board?

The IP Rating of MD Dist board is IP56
See attachment for more information.

How to convert DINT variable to REAL variable in Concept (with IEC disabled).

In order to convert DINT variable to REAL variable in Concept (with IEC disabled) make use of EMTH-CNVIF instruction.

Need a glass door DBF to mount a energy meter in

Use a Prisma DBPS48G with a PDLDBFPMK dist board power meter kit

What is the part number of pole filler for PDL Superboard DBS/DBF Distribution Boards?

The part number of pole filler for MB Dist BDS is DBF15/23 (5X18mm poles)

 

What is the part number for MB Dist Bd 160A, 36 pole?

The part number for MB Dist Bd 160A, 36 pole is MB236D31

Some of the Key Features are:
  1. Partially welded construction
  2. screw mounted removable escutcheon
  3. Door can be locked with escutcheon removed
  4. Removable door
  5. Door hinge can be left or right mounted
  6. Flush key lockable handles
  7. CL001 KEY
For more information see attachment.
 

Can the Magelis XBTGT5330 access the timer preset value (Time data type) in the Modicon PLC directly?

No, you can not access the Time Data type directly from the Magelis. In Unity Pro, you need to use a conversion block to convert between the
Time and Integer or DINT data type. The blocks you will use are:
DINT_TO_TIME
INT_TO_TIME
TIME_TO_DINT
TIME_TO_INT

Keep in mind that the value of the integer or DINT is in milliseconds where the Time value could be in any format.

 

What is the part code for an IP66 Rated 24 way surface mount distribution board?

The enclosure part code is the NSYPLM43BG and the Din mounting chassis is the NSYDLA24G

What is the part number for a 48 pole 160a main switch distribution board?

The part number is MB248D31.

Expression Blend4 web page does not correctly display INT or DINT values being modified.

Goals and Symptoms

Expression Blend4 web page does not correctly display INT or DINT values after being modified.

Facts and Changes

'BMXNOE0110' and 'TSXETY5103'.

Causes and Fixes


If a change is made to an Expression Blend4 application and it is transferred to the Factorycast
SOAP supported module ('BMXNOE0110' or 'TSXETY5103'), the web page may sometimes display
an error (red circle with an exclamation mark).

The problem is related to the Internet Explorer behavior. It is not Web Designer issue. whenever a
change is made to an existing Blend web page, the historical cache (Temporary Internet files) must
be cleared.

The problem can be resolved by refreshing the web page or clearing the cache in Internet
Explorer using the following steps.

  • Click on Tools\Internet options .
  • Click on General .
  • Click on Delete under Browsing history .
  • Select Temporary Internet files .
  • Click on the Delete button.
  • Click on OK to close the Internet options window.


 

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL204596 V1.0, Originally authored by AlCh on 03/01/2011, Last Edited by AlCh on 03/01/2011
Related ranges: Modicon M340

What is the difference between 56SB13 and 56CB13 enclosures?

56CB13 replaces 56SB13 and the key differences between the 56CB13 and 56SB13 series are as follows:
  • Cover and cover flap design are more rounded to resist dirt becoming trapped in its surrounds, especially on the top edge.
  • The latches on the 56SB13 required rotating the knobs 90 degrees to open or lock and were prone to breakage, where the 56CB13 latch in an identical manner to the 56SO cover flaps. This creates more consistency for the operator and the range so opening and closing of cover flaps is simplified. The new latch design also accepts 56SOLOCK locking accessories
  • The DIN Rail position and related assembly is now moulded for added safety and to decrease weight.

Features and Benefits of 56CB13:
  • 13 Module DIN Rail to suit RCDs, MCBs, RCBOs and accessories.
  • Deep cover providing ample wiring room
  • Impact resistant cover
  • Lockable cover for padlocking up to 7mm diameter hasp
  • Simplified dual latching system for front cover
  • Less enclosure version (56CB13LE-GY) available to replace damaged covers
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?CatNo=56CB13

 

What is the size of the din rail cut out in MB Dist Bd ?

The size of the din rail cut out in MB Dist Bd is 47mm X146mm ( 8 poles) each side of main switch

Use of Inputs in parallel : Warning

Goals and Symptoms

This resolution has been written to inform any automation designer using PLCs(or other controllers) of a potential problem when using inputs in parallel particularly on the same module. It can be applied to any kind of PLC input module. The potential risk, in this case, depends mainly on the design of the input interface module.

Facts and Changes

Problem analysis:

The input could be part of a PLC or part of a process interface.

· If an input module has multiple inputs channels with common return voltage.
· If the application has inputs connected in parallel (one contact drives more than one input). The inputs could be in different module or part of a process interface
· If the inputs do not have direct serial diode
· If we have disconnection of the return voltage on the common return voltage
· If we have contact active on the module having the defective connection on return voltage

The module having the defective grounding could supply the inputs that are connected in parallel with its input.




Normal condition (application logic)
The gear control device will be active if both input E1 and E2 are ON. In this case, the DIT product will monitor the gear device state.
If one of the input is OFF the gear device will be inactive.

Defect on return voltage (0V)
The E1 and E2 contact are OFF and the gear device should be OFF.
Defect: the return voltage connection of the DIT1 product is defective in open condition.
Then, if one or more contact is ON among the other input of the DIT1, a current can flow back through E1 and E2 of the DIT1 and supply the E1 and E2 input of the Gear control Device.
Depending on the impedance of the system, the Gear control Device could become active.
Remark: the logic application state E1 and E2 of the DIT1 remain stable and are detected as OFF state by the PLC application.

Analyzing Premium schematic.

On TSX57 Premium range, we have 2 inputs modules offer :

· PRODUCTS with possible parallel connection (one contact and 2 inputs or more), in this case the schematic integrates a serial diode
· PRODUCTS where parallel connection is not allowed (one contact with one input only), in this case, the schematic does not integrate a serial diode.)

For both offers, the end user documentation is consistent and precise.

Analyzing the TSX37 Micro range, oldest product and STB product range

We do not have information in the user documentation that provides information on parallel connection of input module.
 

Causes and Fixes

What could be our recommendation?

To avoid this kind of potential problem, try to use inputs of different modules. In case of use of the same module, use a module offering by design possible parallel connections (if the catalog is explicit enough with this subject or make a test) or add external diodes.

· secure grounding with redundant wiring
This solution consists in creating a loop on the existing wiring system. It prevents basic open wiring defect in the process.
It does not prevent an open connection in the module. We will not recommend this solution.

· Split the input in between 2 DIT PRODUCTS


If a defect occurs case 1, E1 could be ON, but E2 would remain OFF.
If a defect occurs case 3, E2 could be ON, but E1 would remain OFF.
If a defect occurs case 2, E1 and E2 could be ON at the same time

This solution prevents an open connection inside the product.
This recommendation is not proof depending of the ground wiring system.

We recommend adding a ground loop on the ground distribution. A specific care will be taken by the end user on the loop distribution and potential defect analysis on the ground connection.

· Implement a block diode
It consists in adding a serial diode with the input used in parallel interface. The diode is in direct connection with the input.
The global reverse leakage current of the diodes must be compare to the max OFF state current of the gear device.
This solution prevents any current going back to the other input.
This solution prevents an open defect on the ground connection.
This solution is the preferred solution.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL163317 V2.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Modicon Premium

How to Configure SCADAPack E Modbus Slave Address Mapping (Customized Mapping)

There are two ways to map Modbus registers to RTU point addresses. Both are set up using SCADAPack E Configurator.

  •  Customized address mapping is the recommended method for new configurations. It allows you to assign a specific 5-digit or 6-digit Modbus register, or address, to a DNP3 point or a range of DNP3 points and to easily view the one-to-one mapping. Once you use this method to map a single Modbus register, automatic addressing mapping is disabled. Firmware/Configurator 8.11.1 is needed to use this feature
  • Automatic address mapping is the default method for mapping Modbus registers to DNP3 points. It requires no user configuration, except in the case of 32-bit analog points, but does not give you control over which Modbus registers are assigned to which DNP3 points. Use automatic address mapping if you want to assign a large contiguous block of Modbus registers to DNP3 points and do not need to see which Modbus address is assigned to a particular DNP3 point.

The value of system point 58501 determines which address mapping method is used

Customized Method

The table below summarizes the data types that can be assigned to each point type in SCADAPack E Configurator when customized address mapping is used.

DNP3 Point Type Supported Modbus Data Types Additional Information
Analog UINT 
INT 
DINT 
Analog points are one of the following:
  • A signed quantity up to 32 bits.
  • A floating point quantity (32-bit REAL).
    The UDINT data type is not supported because an unsigned 32-bit quantity does not fit inside a signed 32-bit quantity. This is because a signed 32-bit quantity reserves 1 bit for the plus or minus sign.
    Although the UDINT data type is not supported in SCADAPack E Configurator, there are two alternate ways to support 32-bit UDINT data types for analog points. For details, see Method 1 and 2 below.
Binary BOOL (DISCRETE) Binary points are packed into 8-bit values where the least significant bit represents low discrete numbers per Modbus FC=01.
Counter UINT
UDINT
Counter points are unsigned quantities up to 32 bits.

INT and DINT data types are not supported because signed numbers do not fit inside unsigned quantities.
 


















To assign Modbus registers to DNP3 points and view the mapping

1. Verify that you are using SCADAPack E Configurator 8.11.1 or greater and that firmware 8.11.1 or greater is installed on the SCADAPack E. Perform, a refresh on the status page while connected the the RTU and check the "About" dialog box of the software

2. Verify that system point 58501 is NOT set to 0.

3. In SCADAPack E Configurator, set the Modbus Slave/Server method to either 5 digit or 6 digit addressing







































4. In SCADAPack E Configurator, use the Modbus Slave tab on the point configuration form to assign Modbus registers to DNP3 points.





















































































5. In order for the SCADAPack E to communicate to a Modbus Master, communication port(s) needs to be configured. On the Modbus Slave page. Configure the Modbus RTU address and/or enable Modbus/TCP Server and identifier (The default Modbus TCP port number 502 will be set by default).




































6. If using a serial port, at least one of the serial ports needs to be configured for Modbus Slave. Configure this setting on the Ports page along with baud rate and mode settings.









































 

Automatic Method

The automatic method is the legacy method and is on by default. Information on how to configure 32bit mapping and the mapping structure can be found in the technical help manuals installed with SCADAPack E Configurator










 

Why choose glycol over water?

Issue:

Why choose glycol over water?

 

Product line:

All cooling units that require heat exchangers

 

Environment:

All Product models, all serial numbers

 

Cause:

Install

 

Resolution:

Why choose glycol over water?


Advantages of Glycol:

  • Cleanliness - Enclosed glycol systems are not exposed to the typical dirt and ambient particulate of water systems.
  • No Chemical Treatment - Industrial grade glycol is formulated with anti-corrosion additives. The elimination of corrosion greatly reduces maintenance costs.
  • No Filtration - Since glycol systems are closed and dirt-free, no sidestream or full flow filtration is required. This eliminates the costs of filter maintenance and filtration pump power.
  • Maximum Heat Transfer - Did you know that just 1/16" of scale reduces heat transfer by 40%! By keeping all equipment in like-new condition with no scale build-up, glycol guarantees constant peak performance and efficiency.


Disadvantages of Glycol:

  • Cost - Glycol systems are usually slightly more expensive than water systems. There is a one-time initial cost to fill the system with 30-40% glycol.
  • Convenience - In cooling systems where components are frequently disconnected and reconnected, the glycol is typically captured and added back to the system.
  • Heat Transfer Efficiency - Glycol is 5-10% less efficient than water in transferring heat. However, this is more than recouped by the elimination of scale, dirt, and corrosion that can reduce heat transfer!

 

 

Note! The specific heat capacity of an ethylene glycol based water solution is less than the specific heat of clean water. For a heat transfer system the circulated volume must be increased.

In a 50% solution with operational temperatures above 36 oF the specific heat capacity is decreased with approximately 20%. The reduced specific heat capacity must be compensated by circulating more fluid.

Automobile antifreeze solutions should not be used in HVAC systems because they contain silicates that may cause fouling. Silicates in automobile antifreeze are used to protect aluminum engine parts.

Note! Distilled or deionized water should be used for ethylene glycol solutions. City water is often treated with chlorine, which is corrosive, and should be avoided.