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MB/MD Distribution Board MG Flush Surround for Series 2

MB/MD Distribution Board MG Flush Surround for Series 2

MB/MD Distribution Board MG Flush Surround for Series 2

Item Number: FSD2

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Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Physical

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Not applicable, out of EU RoHS legal scope

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Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Height

30 mm

Package 1 Length

1088 mm

Package 1 width

662 mm

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Package 1 Weight

2.6 kg
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What would cause an FD1 or FD2 fault on the ATV212 drive?

Issue:
Getting an FD1 or FD2 fault on the ATV212 drive

Product Line:
Altivar ATV212 or S-Flex 212 enclosed

Environment:
All except the ATV21 and SFD21 drives

Cause:
Drive is intermittently tripping out on FD1 or FD2 faults with Damper feedback programmed.

Resolution: 
FD1 is the time to open damper fault (F581) is the F code for setting up the open timer.
FD2 is the time to close damper fault (F582) is the F code for setting up the closed timer
 
F580 is the feedback  input for damper feedback.
F583 is the damper behavior. 0= ignore, 1= freewheel, 2= ramp to stop.
You will have to power cycle to reset this fault code.

What is the part number for the stainless steel flush plate for the 2510 Type F and Type K manual controllers?

Issue:
Stainless steel flush plate or cover for the 2510F/2510K

Product Line:
Manual Starters and Switches

Environment:
Accessories, Modifications, and Replacement Parts

Resolution:
Select from the following based on device used:

Type F Standard Unit without pilot light; 31058-007-01
(FS1, FS2, FS3 FS4)

Type F Standard Unit with pilot light; 31058-007-03
(FS1P, FS2P, FS3P, FS4P)

Type F Jumbo Unit with pilot light; 31058-006-04
(FSJ1P, FSJ2P, FSJ3P, FSJ4P)

Type F Two Starter Units; 31058-008-05
(FS22P & FS44P)

Type F Auto-Off-Hand Unit (Series C only); 31058-008-13
(FS71P, FS72P, FS74P)

Type K Unit without pilot light - 31058-007-02
(KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4)

Type K Unit with pilot light - 31058-007-04
(KS1A, KS1B, KS2B, KS2C, KS3A, KS3B, KS4B, KS4C)

Type K Jumbo Unit with pilot light - 31058-006-05
(KSJ1A, KSJ1B, KSJ2B, KSJ2C, KSJ3A, KSJ3B, KSJ4B, KSJ4C)

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