weather proof float switch

Float Switch And Accessories, 250V, 20A, Weatherproof Float Switch

Catalogue Number: FS5
weather proof float switch
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
PDL
Number of poles
1
[Ue] rated operational voltage
250 V AC
[In] rated current
20 A
IP degree of protection
IP66

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the warranty on a FS5? PDLFS5

FS5 Float Switch is 12 Months Warranty.

What is the part number for a replacement float ball only , for the FS5?

The part number for a replacement  float ball only , for the FS5 is - PDLFS5/3

For further information , visit link below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=PDLFS5/3
 

What is the part number for the FS5 micro switch?

The part number for the micro switch assembly is FS5/6.

Some of the key features are:
  • Fully sealed alloy enclosure
  • Automatic operation
  • Easy wiring
  • Replaceable micro-switch
  • Submersible components are impervious to saltwater, alkaline solutions, oils and weak acids

For more information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=FS5/6

 

Video 9013 FSG - Tutorial to help to install your Pumptrol pressure switch FSG

See You Tube video @ providing help to install your Pumptrol power pressure switch FSG in class 9013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_HfvvOASnk&index=2&list=PLSHNBITyPfumUojjnUPoUb5O_6hXKDBlI

Osisense XM_EAC certificate of the XMLA/B/C/D, XMX XMP, ACW, FSG ... pressure switches

Please find attached Russian EAC certificate of our XMLA/B/C/D, XMX XMP XMA, ACW ADW, FSG FTG FYG pressure switches, valid up to October 2020. It replaces the Gost certificate.

Will Fault F55 clear it self or does it have to be cleared manually in the MPPT80?

The fault F55 will clear itself when the heat sink temperature falls below 80 °C (176 °F) for 30 seconds.

What are the 9013FHG pressure switch contacts rated at?

Issue:
Contact Rating of 9013F Pressure Switches

Product Line: 
Pressure, vacuum and Float Switches 

Environment:
9013 Type F Pressure Switch 

Resolution:
Those contacts have a control circuit rating of A600.
They are DC rated at 1/4 HP at 115V and 230V (Except form M4)
They are Single Phase AC rated 1 1/2 HP at 115V, 2 HP at 230V
They are Polyphase rated 2 HP at 115V, 3 HP at 230V, and 1 HP at 460/575V.

This also applies to the 9013 FHG2, 9, 12, 13, 44, 49 9013 FSG, and FSW.

What causes FST on the display of the Altivar drives?

Issue: 
What causes FST on the display of the Altivar drives?
 
Product Line:
Altivar 61, Altivar 71, Altivar 312, Altivar 12, Altivar 31, Altivar 58, Altivar 66
 
Environment:
All serial number
 
Cause:
What causes the drive status to show FST?
 
Resolution:
FST is fast stop. This is a status, not a fault.  This status happens if a logic input is assigned to FST and the logic input is active. The second option is when the VFD is in a decelerating state and the type of stop is assigned to fast stop (FST).

What is the replacement for XS1N18PA340D Proximity?

The replacement for XS1N18PA340D Proximity is XS518B1PAM12
XS518B1PAM12 inductive sensor XS5 M18 - L50mm - brass - Sn 5mm - 12..24VDC - M12 connector

 

Does Schneider Electric offer an external monitor for the Magelis iPC ?

Yes. There are 4 external LCD monitors available for the Magelis iPC. The monitors attach to the VGA port on the control box.
Part # information is provided below.
 

Part #
Screen Size
Power Requirement
MPC YS2 0NAN 00N
12"
115-230 VAC 50/60 Hz
MPC YS2 0NDN 00N
12"
24 VDC
MPC YS5 0NAN 00N
15"
115-230 VAC 50/60 Hz
MPC YS5 0NDN 00N
15"
24 VDC

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL164857 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Magelis Modular iPC

What are the coil voltage codes for the LC1D115 / LC2D115 and LC1D150 / LC2D150 TeSys contactor?

Issue:
LC1D115 / LC2D115 and LC1D150 / LC2D150

Product Line:
Tesys D line Contactors

Environment:
North America

Resolution:
The following list the more common voltage suffix codes for these product lines.  For a more comprehensive list and to determine compatibility with a given product, refer to the catalog below.

Note 1: LC1D150 contactors are only available with *7 coil codes.
Note 2: Coil Code ending number represents frequency rating as follows:
5 = 50 Hertz
6 = 60 Hertz
7 = 50/60 Hertz

AC Volts ___Code                DC Volts ___Code
24 ___ B5 or B6 or B7          12 ___ Not Avail.        
42 ___ D5 or D7                   24 ___ BD
48 ___ E5 or E6 or E7          36 ___ CD
110 ___ F5 or F6 or F7         48 ___ ED
115 ___ FE5 or FE7             60 ___ ND
120 ___ G6 or G7                72 ___ SD
127 ___ FC5 or FC7            110 ___ FD
208 ___ L6 or LE7               125 ___ GD
220 ___ M5 or M6 or M7       220 ___ MD
230 ___ P5 or P7                 250 ___ UD
240 ___ U5 or U6 or U7        440 ___ RD
277 ___ W6 or UE7                
380 ___ Q5 or Q6 or Q7                
400 ___ V5 or V7                
415 ___ N5 or N7                
440 ___ R5 or R6 or R7                
480 ___ T6 or T7                
500 ___ S5 or S7                


 

Where can I find documentation for ISX-GEN-ATS

Issue:
Customer or FSR calls in asking for documentation for ISX-GEN-ATS

Product line:
ISX-GEN-ATS

Environment:
All models, all serial numbers

Cause:
Documentation needed

Resolution:
Attached are the manuals


 

What version of Rockwell RSLogix5000 .L5K files are supported for Symbol Link in Vijeo XD v3.0?

Issue
What version of Rockwell RSLogix5000 .L5K files are supported for Symbol Link in Vijeo XD v3.0?

Product Line
Vijeo XD v3.0

Environment
Windows PC Configuration Software

Resolution
Rockwell RSLogix5000 .L5K symbol files that are supported in Vijeo XD v3.0 are:
version 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, and 21

Note:  FS, LS, OV, and ER of TIMER Predefined types are not supported.

Video: How can the type of stop be changed for the ATV312 (or ATV31) drive?

Issue:
Need to change the Stop Type on the ATV312 drive.

Product line:
ATV312, Altivar 312, ATV31

Resolution:
The default setting for Type of Stop on the ATV312 drives is Ramp stop.

The options for stopping are:

  • Ramp
  • Freewheel
  • Fast Stop
  • DC Injection. 

Programming below is showing the drive code and in brackets, (text using the VW3A1101 remote HMI display)
To access the Stop Mode, go to the FUn- (Application function) menu, then StC- (Stop Mode) then Stt (Type of stop).  The options are:
- rNP (Ramp)
- FSt (Fast stop)
- nSt (Freewheel)
- dCI (DC Injection)

Please note that nSt (Freewheel), FSt (Fast stop) and dCI (DC Injection) can also be assigned to other logic inputs under the StC- (Stop Modes) menu.
 

What are the replacement contacts and diaphragm part numbers for a 9013FHG/FSG pressure switch?

Issue:
9013F** pressure switch repair kit

Product Line:
Commercial Pressure Switches

Environment:
Type F—Pumptrol™ Water Pump Pressure Switches

Resolution:
For standard (non-special) devices:
  • Types FHG2 thru 19 order 9998 PC241.
  • Types FHG22 thru 39 order 9998 PC242.
  • Types FHG42 thru49 order 9998 PC241.
  • Types FHG52 thru 59 order 9998 PC242.
For all Type FSG devices: 
  • Order 9998 PC241.  

Note: the diaphragm comes with the replacement contacts.

How do I clear the "SLT2" or "SLT3" error on Lexium 32 after removing a module?

If you remove an option module from Lexium32M and replace it with a module of a different type, or leave the slot empty, the drive will display a "SLT " error to alert that a module that was once present is now missing or has been changed.

To proceed any further with the drive setup, commissioning or use, you must acknowledge the error message to clear the "SLT" message.
This can be done via SoMove or via the built-in HMI keypad.  

To clear the message via the keypad follow these steps.
1. Press the round navigation button.  The message "save" will appear on the screen.
2. Again press the round navigation button.  The display will change to ready, or FSU for first setup if other critical parameters need to be set.
Done.

To clear the message via SoMove follow these steps.
1. Connect with SoMove
2. Click on the "Startup messages tab"
3. In the left window pane click on the "slot" message then click OK in the popup window the opens 
Done

Rev 2/12/18

Smart-UPS VT; What is our minimum rear clearance

 

 
Issue:
What is our minimum rear clearance for Smart-UPS VT products
 
Product line:
Smart-UPS VT ISX 19” Rack Mounted, and Tower VT 10-40kVA
 
Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers
 
Cause:
 
Resolution:
ISX 19” Rack Mount models; we recommends 36" for the rear of the cabinet, so that the rear doors may be opened and FSE can perform service. The absolute minimum for air flow is 4". To fully open the rear split doors it requires about 11". If the unit has a transformer built in, then NEC need to be followed. Please check with local code requirements.
 
Standard Tower VT models = 4" rear clearance
 
Referred to link below:
 

We used a ATV38HC10N4X and a VW3A58301 communication card. After making the motor measurement everything works fine. If we switch of the power the AT...

Goals and Symptoms

We used a ATV38HC10N4X and a VW3A58301 communication card. After making the motor measurement everything works fine. If we switch off the power, the ATV loses all his parameters and he of course goes on error (because parameters do not fit, he needs a too high current). The weird thing is this happens 2 times out of 3. In the other cases he can remember the stored parameters. This random behaviour is not reproducable, next time it is 3 times out of 5. In the Premium we used the FSD C8P profile which you find under the standard STD_P library. We also tried to couple the "CMI" "Outputword number 2, Bit 2" to activate the stored paramters in EEPROM after switching on again the ATV38. It did not change the behaviour. It is still kind of random behaviour. On the whole there are 2 ATV 38 (both with same behaviour) and 5 ATV58 which we managed to work properly.

Causes and Fixes

With ATV38 and Fipio it's necessary to check box "Local settings" because there is some problems if you transmit the configuration parameters. If you need more data, you can use the VW3A58311 card with ATV58F PKW profile to use the messaging capacities.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL160778 V1.0
Related ranges: Altivar 38

Example of VBScript that reads CSV files

DISCLAIMER

The example below is intended to demonstrate one or more features or methods and is presented as a configuration example only. Schneider Electric assumes no liability for the use or application of this example or any portion thereof.

Sometimes it is necessary to read a text file (.CSV in this case) in ClearSCADA. If the read is triggered by an operation action (clicking a button), a script can be used.
The example below shows one way to read a CSV file using VBScript. It reads only one line, but can be easily modified to read multiple lines:

sub Read1()
' Create object that will be used to read a file
Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
' Open the file for reading text; first parameter is the full file name with path
' The machine running the script must have access to the file

Set file = fso.OpenTextFile ("z:\zCSVtest.csv", 1)

' Read first (and only) line
line = file.Readline

' split the line in array entries; the values are separated by comma
arrValues = Split(line, ",")

' Assuming we are reading 3 values, double floats, store each element of the array in the proper point
Server.SetOPCValue ".A1", CDbl(arrValues(0))
Server.SetOPCValue ".A2", CDbl(arrValues(1))
Server.SetOPCValue ".A3", CDbl(arrValues(2))

' Close file
file.Close

msgBox "Done"

end sub


 

Symmetra PX1-PX2; How to reset the Power View Display user password?


Issue:
How to reset the Power View Display user password?
 
 
Product line:
Symmetra PX1 & PX2
 
 
Environment:
All models/ all serial numbers
 
 
Cause:
I have lost my password. How to reset the Power View Display user password?
 
 
Resolution:
Reset the Power View by pressing the ESC, Question mark and Return in the same time.
 

 
Power view back door password.Type in the last 8 numbers from the PV serial number (serial number found on white barcode sticker rear of display)
 
Example: ED032400598222 default Password =00598222
 
PX2 100k (also apply’s to the Euro models) there is no need to attempt password reset via the PV display serial entry as with PX1. Instead have FSR or customer log into the UPS NMC go to Admin then the “Local Display” section and reset password from there.
 

BMS AP9921X-AP9922; alarms "Battery Thermal Runaway"

 
 
 
Issue:
BMS AP9921X-AP9922; alarms "Battery Thermal Runaway"

 
Product line:
Battery Management System (BMS) AP9921X & AP9922

 
Environment:
All models, all serial numbers

 
Cause:
The response current is higher than the configured value. Default: 20% higher than the benchmark, or greater than 95°F. A thermal runaway occurs when oxygen and hydrogen fail to recombine at the positive plates in the cells of a VRLA battery. Without recombination, the battery cannot maintain the electrolyte level and the cell voltage decreases, causing the charge current to increase.
 
This alarm indicates that there is potential for a thermal runaway. It does not indicate that a thermal runaway is occurring. Inspect the battery. Closely monitor the battery to ensure that thermal runaway does not occur. If random batteries occasionally generate Battery Thermal Runaway alarms, the Charge Current Deviation from Benchmark setting (default 30%) may be too close to the normal deviation range of the battery string. To reconfigure this value, see Charge Current Deviation from Benchmark.
 
If a specific battery causes repeated alarms (especially if the alarms have increasing deviation percentages), the battery is failing. Replace the battery.
 
Note: Any time a battery is replaced FSE must reset the battery base-line or benchmark. System>Reset> Reset Charge Current Deviation Benchmark; check this off and apply when replacing batteries.
 
Note: a setting tighter than default 30% could cause false alarms.

 
Resolution:
Test the battery, replace battery.
If battery has been replaced and above procedure not done you could get false positives for battery thermal runaway. If the battery meters ok with cell recorder then have FSE reset its Charge Current Deviation Benchmark in the BMS GUI/ web interface. You can also check the setting or adjust it to a higher value maybe 35-40% sees is false alarms clear. Charge Current Deviation from Benchmark alarm threshold setting can be found in the Web GUI under the System>Configuration>Alarms tab.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

How does the Ramp Divider (DCF) affect the deceleration time when the Fast Stop function is used on the ATV61 and ATV71 drives?

Issue:
How does the Ramp Divider (DCF) affect the deceleration time when the Fast Stop function is used on the ATV61 and ATV71 drives?

Product Line:
Altivar 61 and 71

Environment:
All models

Cause:
How to figure the resulting ramp time.

Resolution:
When using the Fast stop assignment to a logic input (FST = LIx) or as the Type of Stop (STT = FST), the Ramp divider (DCF) affects the normal DEC setting:

Fast stop ramp time = DEC / DCF

If DEC = 20sec and DCF = 2, then the fast stop ramp is 20 / 2 = 10sec
If DEC = 20sec and DCF = 4, then the fast stop ramp is 20 / 4 = 5sec

Note that DCF = 0 produces an abrupt stop.

Can the ATV312 be programmed for a fallback speed in the event of a loss of the 4-20mA speed reference signal?

Issue:
Wants to program the ATV312 for a fallback speed in the event of a loss of the 4-20mA speed reference signal.

Product Line:
ATV31 and ATV312 drives

Environment:
All 

Cause:
NA

Resolution:

Yes.  In the FLt menu, program LFL to LFF and then set LFF to the desired fall back speed in Hz.

Important note: The fallback speed will take precedence, regardless of whether you are currently using the 4-20mA signal for speed control.

For example, if you are currently controlling speed with a potentiometer on AI1, and your 4-20mA signal drops on AI3, the drive will use the fallback speed even though you're currently not using the 4-20mA signal. Therefore, if you are not currently using the 4-20mA signal for speed control, you may want to set LFL to 'no', which will ignore 4-20mA signal loss.

Details on these parameters are found in the ATV312 Programming Manual on page 96. 


CTA-ID : 2061337

3 Phase Products Service Level Agreements; Definition of coverage as relates to the service level agreements offered by SE

Issue:
Service Level Agreements APC/MGE UPS & PDU
 

Product line:
All 3 Phase serviceable UPS/ ancillary equipment
 

Environment:
All 3 Phase serviceable UPS/ ancillary equipment
 

Cause:
Definition of coverages as relates to the service level agreements offered by SE
 
UPS & PDU On-Site Warranty Extension: 
See attached file; MMKE-7RML6T_R3_EN_On-Site Warranty Extension
  • Includes:
    • Labor, Travel, and Parts (Reactive)
    • 24/7 Technical Support
    • 1 Site Inspection Visit
    • 1 set of air filters if applicable
  • Does not Include:
    • Batteries
    • Parts and labor for proactive parts replacement.
 
UPS & PDU Advantage Plus: 
See attached file; ARUO-ACQK4F_R7_EN_Advantage Plus
Includes:
  • 24/7 Technical Support
  • 1 Annual PM Visit
  • Labor at standard Schneider rates
  • Parts at a discounted rate
  • Does not Include:
    • No discount on batteries (internal or external)
 
 
UPS & PDU Advantage Prime: 
See attached file; ARUO-ACQGSD_R7_EN_Advantage Prime
Includes:
  • Labor, and Travel
  • 24/7 Technical Support
  • 1 Annual Preventive Maintenance Visit
  • Parts at a discounted rate
  • Does not Include:
    • Batteries, or battery replacement labor. (Internal or External)
    • Parts and labor for proactive parts replacement.
 
 
UPS & PDU Advantage Ultra: 
See attached file; ARUO-ACQFVH_R6_EN_Advantage Ultra
Includes:
  • Labor, Travel, and Parts (Reactive)
  • 24/7 Technical Support
  • 1 Annual Preventive Maintenance Visit
  • 1 Set of air filters if applicable
  • Does not Include:
    • Batteries, or battery replacement labor. (Internal or External)
    • Parts and labor for proactive parts replacement.
 
 
Upgrades {4HR, 8HR, Next Business Day}
These upgrade coverages will entitle customer to FSR to be onsite accordingly, parts may or may not be available to complete a repair at that time.
 
 No coverage will require a Time and Material Authorization form to be sent to customer detailing the at least the minimum labor hours and any parts required for repair.
 

Resolution:
As per coverage will dictate the course of action provided to customer need.
TSE agent will follow internal protocol to handle the service coverage and necessary actions to process customer requests per SLA.

Video: How do I configure an external fault on an ATV312 series drive?

Issue:
How do I configure an external fault on an ATV312 series drive?

Product Line:
ATV312 

Environment:
All models, All serial numbers.

Resolution:
The External fault function on the ATV312 series drives is configured by three parameters.   Parameter ETF defines which input will be used to trigger the fault, Parameter LET is used to define if the fault is active when the input it high or low, and parameter EPL defines how the drive reacts when the external fault is triggered.

ETF can be assigned to any logic input, and if your access level (LAC under CTL menu) is set to L3, you can also assign it to bit 11 through 15 of your command word from a serial communication network.

LET is set to LO for active low triggering and HIG for active high triggering.

EPL, from the factory, is set to YES which causes the drive to enter a freewheel stop condition any time the external fault is triggered.  In freewheel stop condition, the drive shuts off power to the motor and allows the motor to coast to a stop on its own.

Other options for EPL parameter are :
Ignore :  No action is taken
RNP : The motor is stopped following the normal deceleration ramp as defined by the DEC parameter under the SET menu.
FST : The motor is stopped by a fast stop function. The motor is ramped down to a stop based on the DEC and DCF parameters.  The normal deceleration ramp (DEC) is divided by the ramp divider parameter (DCF) to achieve a quicker ramp down time.

What are the basic troubleshooting steps for the Back-UPS Pro model BX850M, BX1000M, BX1350M and BX1500M?

Issue:
What are the basic troubleshooting steps for the Back-UPS Pro model BX850M, BX1000M, BX1350M and BX1500M?

Product Line:

APC Back-UPS PRO,

Environment: 

BX850M, BX1000M, BX1350M and BX1500M

Cause:

During normal operation, you may find your UPS not functioning as expected. This may be due to a malfunction, configuration issue, or the install environment.
This document will assist you with basic troubleshooting steps.

Resolution:
 
Problem and Possible Cause Solution
 
The Back-UPS will not switch on
The Back-UPS is not connected to AC power Ensure that the Back-UPS is securely connected to an AC outlet.
The circuit breaker has been tripped. Disconnect non-essential equipment from the Back-UPS. Reset the circuit breaker. Re-connect equipment one item at a time. If the circuit breaker is tripped again, disconnect the device that caused the trip.
The internal battery is not connected. Connect the battery.
The AC input voltage is out of range. Adjust the transfer voltage and sensitivity range.
 
The Back-UPS does not provide power during a AC power outage.
Ensure that essential equipment is not plugged into a SURGE ONLY outlet. Disconnect equipment from the SURGE ONLY outlet and re-connect to a Battery Backup outlet.
 
The Back-UPS is operating on battery power, while connected to AC power.
The plug has partially pulled out of the wall outlet, the wall outlet is no longer receiving AC power, or the circuit breaker has been tripped.
Ensure that the plug is fully inserted into the wall outlet. Ensure that the wall outlet is receiving AC power by checking it with another device.
 
The Back-UPS is performing an automatic self test.  No action is necessary.
The AC input voltage is out of range, the frequency is out of range, or the waveform is distorted. Adjust the transfer voltage and sensitivity range
 
The Back-UPS does not provide the expected amount of backup time.
Battery Backup outlets may be fully or improperly loaded. Disconnect non-essential equipment from the Battery Backup outlets and connect the equipment to SURGE outlets.
The battery was recently discharged due to a power outage and has not fully recharged. Charge the battery cartridge for 16 hours.
The battery has reached the end of its useful life. 
Replace the battery.
  • BX850M = RBC17
  • BX1000M = APCRBC158
  • BX1350M = APCRBC123
  • BX1500M = APCRBC124
 
The REPLACE BATTERY indicator is illuminated.
The battery has reached the end of its useful life.
Replace the battery as early as possible. 
  • BX850M = RBC17
  • BX1000M = APCRBC158
  • BX1350M = APCRBC123
  • BX1500M = APCRBC124
 
The Building Wiring Fault LED illuminates
The building wiring presents a shock hazard that must be corrected by a qualified electrical. Do not operate the Back-UPS. Call a qualified electrician to correct the building wiring fault.
 
The OVERLOAD indicator is illuminated.
The equipment connected to the Back-UPS is drawing more power than the Back-UPS can provide Disconnect non-essential equipment from the Battery Backup outlets and connect the equipment to SURGE outlets.
The SYSTEM ERROR indicator is illuminated, all the front panel indicators are flashing.
There is an internal error.  Determine which internal error message is displayed by matching the number displayed on the LCD with the corresponding Error Message (see "System Errors") and contact SEIT Technical Support.
 
System Errors;
F01 On-Battery Overload Turn the Back-UPS off. Disconnect non-essential equipment from the Battery Backup outlets and the turn Back-UPS on.
F02 On-Battery Output Short Turn the Back-UPS off. Disconnect all equipment from the Battery Backup outlets and the turn Back-UPS on. Re-connect equipment one item at a time. If the output is tripped again, disconnect the device that caused the error.
F03 On-Battery Xcap Overload
F04 Clamp Short
F05 Charge Error
F06 Relay Welding
F07 Temperature
F09 Internal Error
Errors F03-F09 cannot be corrected by the user, contact SEIT Technical Support for assistance.
 

ACSC1XX Spare Parts List

Issue:
Spare Parts List for ACSC1XX units

Product line: 
ACSC100, ACSC101

Environment:
All serial numbers

Cause:   
Install, Repair

Resolution:
Please contact Cooling Tech Support to confirm the part numbers before quoting as some may have changed. 888-695-6500 Option 2, Option 2, Option 2
 

DESCRIPTION

APC PN#

QTY

Manufacturing #

***USC Special Orders

QAIRDIST-MISC

 

 

ASSY CORR BD TWF06 ROHS

0P9028A

1

 

BAYING BRACKET NETSHELTER SX

870-11538

2

 

BAYING BRACKET SCREW M5 X 12 FLT UCUT PHIL M5 X 12 BLK (for baying kit)

803-5006A

2

 

BOX ASSY for DUCT KIT ACSC 5KW

0M-61250

1

 

CABLE ASSY RELATIVE HUMIDITY SENSOR

W0N-0297[RH1] front

1

 

CABLE ASSY RELATIVE HUMIDITY SENSOR

W0N-0865[RH2] Rear

1

 

CABLE ASSY Temperature Humidity Sensor

AP9335TH

 

 

CABLE ASSY Temperature Sensor

AP9335T

 

 

CABLE ASSY TEMPERATURE SENSORS

0J-0W3163A {8FT}

 

 

CABLE ASSY TEMPERATURE SENSORS (Rack Inlet)

0J-0W2818A {13FT}

1

 

CAP MTL PPR 400V 5% 40UF RD (compressor)

W234-1406 (234-1406)

 

 

CAP MTL PPR 450V 55UF WITH TAP (compressor)

W234-0556 (234-0556)

 

 

CASTER STEEL 2" RIGID DARKSTAR (rear)

870-6620

2

 

CASTER SWIVEL 650 LBS 2.8IN OH (front)

870-71046

2

 

Ceiling Tile Adapter 24" - Spare Part

W870-80333

 

 

Ceiling Tile Adapter 600mm - Spare Part

W870-80336

 

 

COMP Assy, SC, ROTARY 208-230/1/60 (Toshiba conversion kit)

W0H-0170

 

 

COMP Assy, SC, ROTARY 220-240/1/50 (Toshiba conversion kit)

W0H-0171

 

 

COMP, ROTARY 208-230/1/60, SC, TOSHIBA - SPARE PART

W875-3825

1

 

COMP, ROTARY 220-240/1/50 SC, TOSHIBA - SPARE PART

W875-3826

1

 

Compressor Wiring Harness (FSB )

W0W3418

 

 

CONDENSATE PUMP DUAL ASSY W/HOSES (Dual Condensate Pump)

0N-0993SE

 

 

CONDENSATE PUMP FITTING BARBED (Y barb fittings) .13"X.13"X.13"  (inlet)

875-4367 (for Dual Condensate Pump)

 

 

CONDENSATE PUMP FITTING BARBED (Y barb fittings) .19"X.19"X.19" (outlet)

875-4368 (for Dual Condensate Pump)

 

 

CONDENSATE PUMP TUBE PVC .125IN ID .250IN OD (18" long PVC TUBE for 875-4367)

875-0481 (for Dual Condensate Pump)

 

 

CONDENSATE PUMP TUBE PVC .188IN ID .313IN OD (18" long PVC TUBE for 875-4368)

875-0857B (for Dual Condensate Pump)

 

 

CONDENSATE PUMP TUBE PVC .625IN ID .750OD (2.3 FEET (700 MM) LONG)

875-0482  (for Dual Condensate Pump)

 

 

CONDENSATE PUMP WIRE ASSY CP JUMPER (for activation without the water sensor kit)

0W3133

 

 

CONDENSATE PUMP WITH Float - Spare Part (Dual voltage 120v/208v)

0J-0011

1

 

CONDENSER COIL ASSY  SC5

0M-61169

1

 

Condenser Fan 200mm Mixed Flow (INDIVIDUAL FAN)

W490-0079

3

 

CONNECTOR SET 17KW IR SPARES for Jumper

W0H-0127

 

 

CONVERSION TO TOSHIBA COMP KIT , SC, 50HZ - SPARE PART

W0H-0171

 

 

DC RECTIFIER, 500 WATT, 54VDC, WIDE INPUT, FULL SIGNALS, BLACK

W1TWF0500H54B

2

 

DIVIDER-'A' DUCT KIT ACSC 5KW 48ECT BC NKRAFT

871-3527

3

 

DIVIDER-'B' DUCT KIT ACSC 5KW 48ECT BC NKRAFT

871-3528

2

 

Door Key - Spare Part

W870-8135

 

 

DRIVER BIT COMBO TORX T20/T30 (tool kit)

815-0001

1

 

DUCTING KIT  24 INCH IR5

0M-61152 (0M-61250)

1

 

ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE Harness (HBGP harness )

0W4409

 

 

ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE, 3/8" ODF (HGBP)

875-4275A

1

 

       

EVAPORATOR FAN MODULE ASSY - 17 KW IR

W0M-61005

3

 

FAN 12VDC 60X25MM 25CFM ROHS (individual fan)

490-0030

1

 

FAN FUSE NTC COMPLETE 818 PCB CRAC

0P2390

3

 

FILTER - NON -WASHABLE PRINTING IR SERIES 2 IN THK

W0B1657

 

 

FILTER - WASHABLE IR SERIES 1/2" THK - SPARE PART

W875-2010

 

 

FITTING 1/8" BARB 10-32

870-80064

 

 

FITTING 1/8" BARB TEE (for air differential pressure switch)

870-80066

1

 

FLOAT SWITCH BULK MOUNT 4" MNL

0N-0279A

2

 

FLOAT SWITCH, BULKHEAD MOUNT (single float)

540-0205

1

 

FILTER-DRIER 3/8"ODF SOLDER

w875-2085

1

 

FM TOOL KIT SUB ASSY

0M-5383

 

 

FOOT LEVELING M10 X 51 L X 28 OD NYLOK

825-0035C

2

 

Front Door Assembly - Spare Part

W0M-61085

1

 

GROMMET RUBBER 1 1/2"ID X 1 3/4"GD X 1/8"GW (for power cable at the bottom)

827-0219

2

 

HI PRESS  SW; OPENS 550PSIG CLOSES 400PSIG

w541-0087

1

 20PS11-0003

InRow RC/SC Filter 1/2" Washable - Spare Part (default)

W875-2010

1

 

JUMPER PHASE SELECT

0W3268

 

 

LATCH FLUSH SLAM W/ TUMBLER #333 (for side door panels)

840-0192-333

2

 

Leak Sensor - 20 ft (6.1 m) (ships with orange sensor [AP9326] & black Cat5e cable)

AP9325

 

 

LOCTITE 554 - REFRIGERANT THREAD SEALING

690-0144

0

 

NMC with CAN controller (Embedded)

WAP9517CAN

32

 

PCB ASSY 5KDX BOARD SET (MB,WC,XA,DP)

W0P2476

1

 

PCB ASSY, Motherboard W/SIMM AND Mini-Rhodes

W0P2370

 

 

PCB CRAC 2X DP SIMM 805 COMPLETE (differential Pressure Switch)

W0P2354A

1

 

PCB CRAC MB COMPLETE 801 (motherboard)

W0P2340

1

 

PCB XA SIMM 879 Complete Assy - Spare Part (XA card)

W0P2342

 

 

PowerView - Spare Part

WAP9233

1

 

PRESSURE TRANSDUCER  2CP5

875-3400

2

 

PWR Backplane 802 PCB CRAC - Spare Part

W0P2341

1

 

PWR CORD IEC-C19 FEM TO L6-20P LCDI

960-0126

1

 

Pwr Cord, 16A, 200-240V, C19 to L6-20

AP9871

 

 

REAR DOOR ASSY - 17 KW

0M-61004B

1

 

Relay Coil 250V 25A DPNO 24DC [compressor relay]

W450-0024

 

 

RELAY DPDT 120VAC 8A PC MOUNT

450-0302

1

 

RELAY PWR SPDT 16A/250V 20A/125V NO 24V

450-0012A

1

 

SIDE PANEL ASSY - IR SERIES

W0M-61031

4

 

STRAIN RELIEF HEYCO SR 7N-2 (for control box)

652-07N2

3

 

TELECOUPLNG 8P8C RJ45 STRAIGHT

750-0034

1

 

TELECOUPLNG 8P8C RJ45 STRAIGHT (ethernet telecoupler)

W750-0034

 

 

TERMINATOR ROHS EXT BATT COMM BOARD (for communication board)

0W04161A

1

 

Thermistor/Probe EMU Cable ASSY - Spare Part (13FT PURPLE)

W0W2818 (0W2818)

1

 

TUBE 6 FT 10" DIA FLEX DUCT

875-0922A

3

 

TUBE PVC .125IN ID .250IN OD

875-0481

 

 

TUBE PVC .188IN ID .313IN OD

875-0857B

 

 

TUBING PVC CLEAR 0.25ID

660-7001D

 

 

TXV VALVE  3/8"ODM X 5/8" ODF R410A 1.5 TON

w875-1002

1

 BBIZE-1.5-ZCP180BP5

Wire Assembly Base

W0W3287

 

 

WIRE ASSY SC5 COMPRESSOR (for FSB AT0093GB001)

W0W3418

1

 

WIRE ASSY SC5 LOWER PWR FEED MB

0W3288A

1

 

WIRE ASSY SC5 PRESSURE SENSING

0W3293B

1

 

WIRE ASSY SC5 PSU/CP PWR/48VDC OUT

0W3290A

1

 

WIRE ASSY SC5 UPPER PWR FEED MB

0W3291A

1

 

WIRE CLIP - BLACK AP9335TH (holds sensor cables)

870-13220

4

 

WIRE TIE 4X.1X.04 BLK

820-0247-010

2

 

XFMR ISOLATION1:1.3 MAX253

430-0244

1

 

1U Airflow Management Blanking Panel Kit (Qty 2) Black

AR8108BLK 

 

 

1U 19" Black Modular Toolless Airflow Management Blanking Panel - Qty 10   

AR8136BLK

 

 

1U 19" Black Modular Toolless Airflow Management Blanking Panel - Qty 200   

AR8136BLK200

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

 Complete Parts List