OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Unica wiring device
pole, 1-sided, 4.1-4.5m, tension-mounte
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. No wiring device
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Unica wiring device
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, pin-earthed
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, pin-earthed
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, side-earthed (schucko)
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, side-earthed (schucko)
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. No wiring device
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Unica wiring device
pole, 1-sided, 4.1-4.5m, tension-mounte
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. No wiring device
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Unica wiring device
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, pin-earthed
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, pin-earthed
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, side-earthed (schucko)
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, side-earthed (schucko)
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. No wiring device

Optiline 70 Pole, 1 Sided, 4.1-4.5M, Tension Mounte

Catalogue Number: ISM20501

Discontinued

OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Unica wiring device
pole, 1-sided, 4.1-4.5m, tension-mounte
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. No wiring device
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Unica wiring device
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, pin-earthed
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, pin-earthed
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, side-earthed (schucko)
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, side-earthed (schucko)
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. No wiring device
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Unica wiring device
pole, 1-sided, 4.1-4.5m, tension-mounte
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. No wiring device
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Unica wiring device
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, pin-earthed
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, pin-earthed
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, side-earthed (schucko)
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. Altira wiring device, side-earthed (schucko)
OptiLine 70 Pole, free-standing, tension-mounted. One-sided. No wiring device
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Specifications

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Range of product
OptiLine 70
Range
OptiLine
Product name
OptiLine 70
Cabling installation system
pole
Product or component type
pole
Type of pole
one-sided
Pole/post surface finish
anodized
Pole fixing mode
tension-mounted
CMS inst product add info
adjustability of ceiling fixing 400 mm
Colour tint
natural
Front opening size
70 mm
Material
aluminium anodized
Quantity per set
set of 1
Height
4170-4570 mm
Length
120 mm
Width
61 mm
Market segment
  • small commercial
  • residential
    • Standards
    • 73/23/EEC
    • 93/68/EEC
    • IEC 1084-2-4
    • SS 424 10 32
    • EN-AW-6063
      • Ambient air temperature for operation
        -25-60 °C
        IP degree of protection
        IP40
        EU RoHS Directive
        Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
        Environmental Disclosure
        ENVPEP060309EN
        Circularity Profile
        N/A
        Warranty
        18 months

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        What is the part number of the foot to suit ISM20520 and ISM20521 free standing Optiline 70 pole?

        Foot to suit ISM20520 and ISM20521 are :

        ISM20809: Rectangular foot for free-standing, movable poles; to be fixed to the bottom plate by means of two M6 bolts (included). The foot is provided with a steel clamp that can be unfolded for extra support. When not in use, the clamp lies protected in a recess underneath the foot. Specifically suited in applications close to the wall or when two poles are positioned back to back.
        Material: Cast iron, painted grey
        Dimensions: 33mm (H) x  250mm(W) x 346mm(D)
        Colour: Anodised
        For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=ISM20809

        ISM20808: Round foot for free-standing, movable poles; to be fixed to the bottom plate of the pole by means of two M6 bolts (included). Suitable for one and two-sided poles.
        Material: Cast iron, painted grey.
        Dimensions: 29mm(H) x Ø317mm (diameter)
        Colour: Anodised
        For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=ISM20808

        What is the part code for the Joint cover kit for ISM11500

         The part code is ISM11506

        Where can I find the ASB230501 Data Sheet?

        Attached is the ASB230501 Data Sheet.

        On the Optiline Floor Feeder ISM20660 and ISM20817, do the tops separate from the base?

        Yes, the Optiline floor feeders are 2 parts to allow easy cable fitment.

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=floorfeeder
         

        Need the shelf to separate power and low voltage in ISM111000 actassi trunking

        Use a ISM10902 shelf 

        Is the ISM14500 available to purchase?

        No, the Actassi 70 Trunking range is completely discontinued. This covers all "ISM" prefixed items EXCEPT the ISM15150 - which is an adapter clip, also used elsewhere for fixing standard plates.

        What length does the ISM20857 comes in?

        The ISM20857 floor feeder comes in 2m lengths.

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=optiline%2050

        What is the part number for the cover for the ISM20603?

        The part number for the cover is ISM11950.

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=ISM20603

        Is the ISM20817 floor feeder still available?

        No unfortunately this part is unavailable and there is no replacement.

        For further information on our product range please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade​

        What is the part number of the power/ data shroud kit to suit Optiline 70 post ISM20606?

        The part number of the power/ data shroud kit to suit Optiline 70 post ISM20606 is MDEOLSPTD. Using MDEOLSPTD, Clipsal 2000 and C2000 series can be fixed on to Optiline 70 posts.
        For further information please visit
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=MDEOLSPTD
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=ISM20606

        MDEOLSPTD
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        ISM20606
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        Why can't I order the ISM15015 and ISM15150 for Optiline 70 floor boxes?

        The  ISM15015 and ISM15150 for Optiline 70 floor boxes are not offered for sale in Australia. The part offered here is the MDEOLSPTD.

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=MDEOLSPTD
         

        What is the part number for the cover only for the ISM300?

        The part number for the cover only for the ISM300 is - ISM11900
        For further information, visit the link below:-
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=ISM11900
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        What is the product code for the iEM2000 Acti9 230V 40A din rail mount energy monitor?

        The product code is A9MEM2000. Please see the attached datasheet for more information.
         

        What does a 991 error code on a Circuit Monitor 2000 (CM2000 / CM2) display mean?

        Issue
        CM2000 Series meter's front display shows an alarm code "991" and user may not know what that means and how to fix it.

        Product Line
        CM2000, CM2050, CM2150, CM2250, CM2350, CM2450

        Environment
        Alarm code, Error Message, Power meter retrofit and replacement
         
        Cause
        If the front display of a Circuit Monitor 2000 displays a 991 message, this indicates an internal memory failure.

        Resolution
        It is possible that re-loading the latest firmware for the meter could correct the issue. If a firmware refresh does not correct the error, the unit will need to be replaced.

        The latest firmware for a CM2000 Series meter can be found in FA221408.

        See FA237920 for information on how to upgrade the CM2000 firmware and for a link to the firmware download utility, DLF-3000. 

        Is there a Mounting Adapter available to retrofit a Series 4000 Circuit Monitor in place of a Series 2000 Circuit Monitor or CM100/200 Series meters?

        Issue:
        A customer has existing CM2000 or CM100/200 Series Meters and wishes to replace them with series 4000 Circuit Monitor meters but the CM4000 has a different form factor and requires a different mounting cutout in the panel.

        Product Line:
        CM100, CM150, CM200, CM250
        CM2000, CM2050, CM2150, CM2250, CM2350, CM2450
        CM4000, CM4250, CM4000T

        Environment:
        Power meter retrofit and replacement
         
        Cause:
        A customer wishes to replace obsolete CM2000 or CM100/200 series meters with CM4000 Series meters.

        Resolution:
        A mounting plate adapter is available that will allow a user to install a CM4000 series meter in an existing cutout for a CM2000 or CM100/200 series meter.
        "CM4MA" is the mounting adapter part number. This part is a filler plate used when mounting a Series 4000 Circuit Monitor (CM4) where a 2000 Circuit Monitor (CM2) was removed.
        The same mounting adapters designed to be used with the CM2000 series meters will also work with the CM100, CM150, CM200, and CM250.

        See attached document for more information.

        What can cause a Series 2000 Circuit Monitor to have an alarm code "900" on the display?

        Issue
        A CM2000 Series meter's front display shows an alarm code "900" and user may not know what this means or how to fix it.

        Product Line
        CM2000, CM2050, CM2150, CM2250, CM2350, CM2450

        Environment
        Alarm code, Error Message, Power meter retrofit and replacement
         
        Cause
        Alarm "900" can occur when there is a potential voltage difference between the ground and neutral control power connection on a Series 2000 Circuit Monitor.  

        Resolution
        *Warning:  Installation and maintenance of this device should only be performed by qualified, competent personnel that have appropriate training and experience with high voltage and current devices. Failure to follow the instructions / warnings in the Meter Installation Guide can result in permanent damage to the meter, severe injury or death.

        Follow the three steps below:
        1.  First use a handheld meter to verify that a potential difference between the Neutral and Ground terminal exist (terminals 26 and 27).

        2.  To correct the issue verify that the neutral and ground are bonded together at the incoming source from the utility.  
        3.  Make sure that the enclosure is grounded and the meter is grounded to the metal enclosure. 
        4.  The unit will need to be replaced if the display still has a "900" on the display after verifying and correcting the steps above. 
         

        Some PowerLogic Legacy Devices require a control power reset when changing communication connection to an EGX100, EGX200, EGX400.

        Goals and Symptoms

        Summary:
        Some Legacy PowerLogic devices require a control power cycle if the communication connection is changed. Others automatically switch protocols like the Series 2000 Circuit Monitor (CM2000) and the Series 600 Power Meter (PM600). The PowerLogic legacy devices that are affected include; the Series 100, 200, Circuit Monitor, the PIFIII (PIF3 - interface to the Micrologic series 2 breakers), Digital Relay (DR1000), Temperature Interface to the model 85 temperature controller (PIF85), and PowerLink Gen 1 (Powerlink AS).

        Symptoms:
        One symptom is that some of the devices in the daisy chain were communicating to the previous master device. After the switch to another communication master the communication fails. The wiring and communication settings were verified and is known to be correct.

        Another Symptom may be that some of the devices like a Series 2000 Circuit Monitor or Modbus devices are communicating but the legacy devices are not.

        Facts and Changes

        PowerLogic legacy devices that require control power cycles to change protocol:
        Series 100, 200 Circuit monitor = CM100, CM150, CM200, CM250, CM144, CM244
        Digital Relay = DR, DR1000
        PowerLogic Interface for Micrologic Series 2 breakers = PIF3, PIFIII
        PowerLogic Interface for Model 98 controller = PIF85
        PowerLink AS panel = PLKAS

        PowerLogic legacy devices that automatically change protocol:
        Series 2000 Circuit Monitor = CM2050, CM2150m CM2250, CM2350, and CM2450
        Series 600 Power Meter = PM620 and PM650

        Keywords:
        Comms loss, communication error

        Causes and Fixes


        Cause:
        The cause is that some PowerLogic legacy devices set the protocol based on the first packet communicated to them. They can communicate PowerLogic (Symax) or PNIM / RNIM. Once the device has communicated to the master device it will remain as the communication protocol until the control power is cycled. The communications loss typically occurs when the master device type is changed from one that supports PowerLogic (Symax) protocol to one that supports RNIM / PNIM protocol.

        Below is a list of master devices and the RS485 protocols they support:
        ECC21, PM8ECC, EGX100, EGX200, EGX400 = RNIM (PNIM) protocol with the latest firmware (v 3.3 firmware and older was PowerLogic (Symax), Modbus RTU, Jbus
        ECMRM, ECM2000 = RNIM (PNIM) protocol, Modbus RTU
        PowerServer Comm 1 and Comm 2 = PowerLogic (Symax) protocol, Modbus RTU, Jbus
        EGW = RNIM (PNIM) protocol, Modbus RTU
        Sylink Card RS485 port= RNIM (PNIM) protocol
        MCI101 = PowerLogic (Symax) protocol, Modbus RTU
        PowerLogic Network Interface Module (PNIM) = RNIM (PNIM)
        NR&D SPE4, EPE5 = both protocols supported and manually set on the port + modbus RTU


        Resolution:
        To resolve this issue first connect the device (daisy chain) to the new master device and cycle the control power to the PowerLogic meter or device.

        PME 9.0 default device type support

        Product Line
        PME 9.0
        ION meter
        Powerlogic meter


        Environment

        Default device support


        Resolution
        The following tables list the pre-configured device types in PME9.0 :
         

        3300 ACM  
        3710 ACM
        3720 ACM 
        3800 RTU 
        ION 6200 
        ION 6200 (MODBUS) 
        ION 7300
        ION 7330
        ION 7350 
        ION 7400 
        ION 7500 
        ION 7500 RTU 
        ION 7550
        ION 7550 RTU 
        ION 7600 
        ION 7650 
        ION 7700 
        PM8000 
        ION 8300  
        ION 8400 
        ION 8500 
        ION 8600 
        ION 8600C 
        ION 8650 
        ION 8650C 
        ION 8800 
        ION 8800C 
        ION 9000 
        ACCESS 9200
        ACCESS 9200 (MODBUS)
        ACCESS 9300 
        ACCESS 9330 
        ACCESS 9340 
        ACCESS 9350 
        ACCESS 9360 
        9410 
        ACCESS 9500 
        ACCESS 9500 RTU 
        ACCESS 9510 
        ACCESS 9510 RTU 
        ACCESS 9600 
        ACCESS 9610 
        ACCESS 9700 
        9810 
        AccuSine_PCS 
        AccuSine PCS Plus 
        AccuSine PFV Plus 
        Acti 9 Smartlink
        Acti 9 Smartlink Ethernet 
        Altivar 61 
        BCPM 
        CM100-200 
        CM2000 Series 
        CM3000 Series 
        CM4000 Series 
        Micrologic 5.2/6.2/5.3/6.3 A
        Micrologic 5.2/6.2/5.3/6.3/7.2/7.3 
        ComX (WAGES) 
        DM2000 
        DM6200 
        DM6200 H 
        DM6300 
        EDS151 
        EDS461 
        EM1000 Series 
        EM3460 
        EM3550 
        EM3555 
        EM4200 
        EM4300 Series  
        EM4800-08 Delta 
        EM4800-08 Wye 
        EM4800-12 
        EM4800-24 
        EM4900
        EM4900 Logical Meter [license multiplier =0.01] (*)
        EM5600 
        EM6400 
        EM6400 NG 
        EM6430 
        EM6433 
        EM6433_36_38 H 
        EM6434 
        EM6436 
        EM6436 Dual 
        EM6438 
        EM6459 
        EM6459 H 
        EM7000 Series 
        Enercept Meter 
        EnerSure BCPM xD 
        EnerSure BCPM 2.0
        EnerSure Enkapsis 
        EnerSure iBCPM xD 
        EnerSure iBCPM Enkapsis 
        Galaxy VM 
        Galaxy VX 
        iEM2000 Series 
        iEM3x50 Series 
        iEM3x55 Series 
        IG6 E LVSMC 
        MGE Galaxy 5000 Series
        MGE-UPS 
        Micrologic 2.0/5.0/6.0/7.0 
        Micrologic 2.0/5.0/6.0/7.0 A IFE_IFM
        Micrologic 2.0/5.0/6.0 
        Micrologic 2.0/5.0/6.0 IFE_IFM
        Micrologic 5.0/6.0/7.0 H
        Micrologic 5.0/6.0/7.0 H IFE_IFM
        Micrologic 5.0/6.0/7.0 P
        Micrologic 5.0/6.0/7.0 P IFE_IFM
        Micrologic 2.0/3.0/5.0/6.0/7.0 X
        Momentum PLC A8 (WAGES)
        Momentum PLC D10 (WAGES)
        Momentum PLC D16 (EPSS)
        PM1120_30 H 
        PM1200 
        PM200 Series 
        PM2000 Series 
        PM3250  
        PM3255 
        PM5100 Series 
        PM5300 Series  
        PM5350 
        PM5350 IB/PB 
        PM5500 Series  
        PM600 Series  
        PM700 Series 
        PM800 Series  
        PM810 LE  
        PM9C 
        PowerTag [license multiplier = 0.05] (*)
        PowerTag NSX  
        Sepam Series 10 
        Sepam Series 20  
        Sepam Series 40  
        Sepam Series 48 
        Sepam Series 60  
        Sepam Series 80 
        SER 2408 
        SER 3200  
        Smart-UPS 
        Switchgear Monitoring Device
        Symmetra 
        SymmetraMW 
        Tesys T 
        Twido Modular PLC (WAGES) D12/28/44
        Varlogic_NRC_12  
        VarPlus Logic
        Veeder Root
        BCPM Flex Cct 
        Vigilohm IM20_LE 
        VigilohmIM20H  
        WT4000 Series 
         


        (*) The license multiplier indicates the fraction of a license each device of this type uses. For example, a multiplier of 0.01 means that 100 devices of this type can share one full license.


        For new and updated device support, please refer to FA363333

        Reading and writing registers from the front panel of a CM2000 (CM2)

        Issue:
        Customer wants to read and write register from the front panel of a CM2000

        Product Line:
        CM2000, CM2050, CM2150, CM2250, CM2350, CM2450

        Environment:
        Front display CM2000, register edit

        Cause:
        The circuit monitor provides four setup modes: Configuration mode, Resets mode, Alarm/Relay mode, and Diagnostics mode. The Diagnostics mode lets you read and write circuit monitor registers, from the front panel. This capability is most useful to users who 1) need to set up an advanced feature which cannot be set up using the circuit monitors normal front panel setup mode, and 2) do not have access to POWERLOGIC software to set up the feature.

        Resolution:
        WARNING: Use this feature with caution. Writing an incorrect value, or writing to the wrong register could cause the circuit monitor to operate incorrectly.

        1. Press the MODE button until the red LED next to [Setup] is lit.
        The circuit monitor displays ConFig.

        2. Press the down arrow SELECT METER [Value] button until diAg is displayed.
        3. Press the PHASE [Enter] button to select the Diagnostics mode.
        The circuit monitor displays the password prompt P - - - -.

        4. Enter the master password.
        To enter the password, use the SELECT METER [Value] buttons to increase or decrease the displayed value until it reaches the password value. Then press the PHASE [Enter] button.
        The circuit monitor display alternates between rEg No (an abbreviation for register number) and 1000 (the lowest available register number).

        5. Use the SELECT METER [Value] buttons to increase or decrease the displayed register number until it reaches the desired number.

        6. Press the PHASE [Enter] button.
        The circuit monitor reads the register, then alternately displays the register number (in the format r.xxxx) and the register contents (as a decimal value). If you are viewing a metered value, such as voltage, the circuit monitor updates the displayed value as the register contents change. (Note that scale factors are not taken into account automatically when viewing register contents.)

        7. To read another register, press the MODE button, then repeat steps 5 and 6 above.

        8. To write to a register, continue with step 9 below.
        Note: Some circuit monitor registers are read/write, some are read only. You can write to read/write registers only.

        9. Use the SELECT METER [Value] buttons to increase or decrease the displayed register number until it reaches the register you'd like to write.

        10. Press the PHASE [Enter] button.
        The circuit monitor alternately displays the register number and the register contents (as a decimal value).

        11. Use the SELECT METER [Value] buttons to increase or decrease the displayed decimal value until it reaches the value you'd like to write.
        If you've accidentally selected a read only register, the circuit monitor will not allow you to change the value.

        12. Press the MODE button.
        The circuit monitor displays No.

        13. To abort the register write, press the PHASE [Enter] button.

        14. To write the value, press the up arrow SELECT METER [Value] button to change from No to Yes. Then press the PHASE [Enter] button.
        The display flashes, indicating that the value has been written, then returns to the register number.

        15. To write another register, repeat steps 914 above.

        16. To leave the Diagnostics mode, press the MODE button while the circuit monitor displays rEg No.