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Mounting Clip, Moulded Front, 2mm

White Electric | Mounting Clip, Moulded Front, 2mm

Mounting Clip, Moulded Front, 2mm

Item Number: F30Z2-WE

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Specifications

Design

Range of product

  • Sundry Series 30
  • Standard
    • Product brand

      Clipsal

      Sustainable offer status

      Green Premium product

      Physical

      Mounting position

      horizontal and vertical

      Depth

      9 mm

      Length

      28 mm

      Width

      28 mm

      REACh Regulation

      Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

      EU RoHS Directive

      Compliant

      Mercury free

      Yes

      RoHS exemption information

      Yes

      China RoHS Regulation

      Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

      Environmental Disclosure

      ENVPEP120506EN

      Material

      Material

      PVC (polyvinyl chloride)

      Others

      Unit Type of Package 1

      PCE

      Number of Units in Package 1

      1

      Package 1 Weight

      2 g

      Package 1 Height

      10 mm

      Package 1 width

      29 mm

      Package 1 Length

      29 mm

      Unit Type of Package 2

      BB1

      Number of Units in Package 2

      10

      Package 2 Weight

      0.034 kg

      Package 2 Height

      46 mm

      Package 2 width

      58 mm

      Package 2 Length

      117 mm

      Unit Type of Package 3

      CAR

      Number of Units in Package 3

      250

      Package 3 Weight

      1000 g

      Package 3 Height

      117 mm

      Package 3 width

      250 mm

      Package 3 Length

      310 mm
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Is there a mounting clip to fit a 30 series mec to a panel?

      Yes, the F30Z1, F30Z1.5, or F30Z2 mounting clip suits 1, 1.5, or 2mm thick panels, or the B30GFZ will screw mount onto a surface.

      Why does the ATV212 display a flashing StOP when changing from utility to generator power?

      Issue:
      ATV212 flashing StOP when changing from utility to generator power

      Product Line:
      ATV21, ATV212

      Environment:
      All models and serial numbers.

      Cause:
      Momentary power loss removes output power to motor.

      Resolution:
      When F302, supply loss behavior, is enabled, then a brief loss of input power will cause the drive to remove power from the motor and display the flashing StOP alarm.  To restart operation, remove and reapply a new run command signal.  To disable this function and attempt to ride through the momentary loss of power, set F302 back to the factory default of 0.

      What is the meaning of OC1 fault in Altivar 21 Drive.

      The meaning of OC1 is over current during Acceleration. This fault appears when the motor is drawing excess current during acceleration.

      Main probable causes of the fault:
       
      1         The acceleration time ACC is too short.
      2         The parameter Pt(Motor Control Mode) is incorrect.
      3         The drive is starting into a rotating load.
      4         A special motor (e.g. motor with small impedance) is used.
       
      Remedies:
       
      1         Increase the acceleration time
      2         Check the Pt (Motor Control Mode) parameter.
      3         Use F301 (Auto-Restart) and F302 (Coast Stop).
      4         Adjust the switching frequency F300.
      5         Set parameter F316(Switching Frequency Control Mode) to 1 or 3 (carrier frequency is decreased automatically).

      What is parameter F303 on the ATV212?

      Issue: 
      ATV212 parameter F303 configuration
       
      Product Line:
      Altivar 212, Altivar 21
       
      Environment:
      All serial numbers
       
      Cause:
      N/A
       
      Resolution:
      F303 is the number of auto restarts that the VFD will attempt before locking on a fault.

      What causes an OP1 (overvoltage during acceleration time) on an ATV21/212 drive?

      Issue:
      Troubleshooting OP1 on an ATV21/212 drive.

      Product Line:
      Altivar ATV21 and ATV212 drives.

      Environment: 
      All

      Cause:
      Overvoltage during acceleration

      Resolution:
      This can be caused by a number of factors.

      In main menu under AUF:
      Set Au1 to 0  (disables auto ramp)
      Set PT to 0   (Constant V/Hz- linear voltage/speed ratio)
      Set ACC time to a higher value if the time frame is very short.

      Under F--- submenu:
      Enable catch on the fly, parameter F301= 3
      Set overvoltage fault operation level F626 to 150%

      Check problems on an application level:
      An opposing force that maybe acting upon the load that is controlled by the drive can cause backfeed issues on the drive's dc bus such as higher DC potential causing over voltage issues.

      Video: How is automatic restart configured on the ATV21 / ATV212 drive?

      Issue:
      Video: Automatic restart on the ATV21 / ATV212 drives

      Product Line:
      ATV21 and ATV212

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for ATV21 and ATV212

      Cause:
      Certain faults can be automatically reset after the cause has cleared.  The drive will then restart the motor.

      Resolution: 
      Set F303 to any value, from 1 to 10, indicating the number of attempts to clear the detected fault. 
      By factory default F303 is set to 0. A value of 0 disables the feature.
      If the fault clears, the drive will restart the motor if the run command is active.
      If the fault does not clear after all attempts are made, the drive will require a manual reset.

      The first clear is attempted 1 second after the detected fault occurs.  Each subsequent clear attempt adds 1 second to the time interval between attempts.

       




      See the ATV212 Programming Manual, page 135 for further details.