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TeSys D
Range
TeSys
Device short name
LAD9
Product or component type
terminal block
Accessory / separate part category
connection accessory
Poles description
3P
Range compatibility
  • TeSys D
  • TeSys LRD
    • Product compatibility
    • LRD3
    • LRD3..L
    • LR3D3
    • LC1D40A...D80A
      • Connections - terminals
        EverLink BTR screw connectors
        Net weight
        0.087 kg
        Compatibility code
        LAD9
        Sustainable offer status
        Green Premium product
        REACh Regulation
        Free of 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
        ENVPEP060901EN
        WEEE
        The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
        Warranty
        18 months

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        What is the plastic arm for LE1D18U7 stop button

        Part code LAD91810

        Can I use a LA9D6569 reversing kit with LC1D40AU7 contactors

        No, correct kit is a LAD9R3.

        What is the radius of part no 247PH100

        Bend Radius for 247PH100 is 715mm

        What is the PDL part code for a Rewireable inline RCD @10mA?

        PDL955RW10WH

        Does part number 4FCC60 come with Din Rail?

        Part number 4FCC60 is supplied with full Din Rail.

        Does Clipsal have a black coloured battenholder?

        Unfortunately not. Clipsal does not offer a black coloured battenholder

        Does the front panel and keyboard come with the Magelis IPC?

        No, the front panel and keyboard are sold separately due to the different sizes and options available.


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL160093 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
        Related ranges: Magelis Modular iPC

        What is the mounting block to suit the 3 gang archtrave switch?

        The part number for a mounting block to suit the 3 gang archtrave switch is a 70/3-WE.

         

         

         

        What is the part number to wirelessly interconnect 755PSMA2?

        The part number to wirelessly interconnect 755PSMA2 is - 755RFB
        For further information , visit link below:-
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=755RFB
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        What is the part number for a plug to suit the 240/25?

        The part number for a plug to suit the 240/25/3 is a 220/25.
         

        What is the cut out size for Z4025, Zen series double outlet?

        Please use the attached template for Z4025 cutout. For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?CatNo=Z4025
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        What is the part number for the paint protectors for the 2000 series?

        The paint protector for the 2000 series is 2000PP.

        What is the part number of a 2 parallel pin plug rated to 110V, 10A?

        492 is the part number of a 2 pin plug rated to 110V, 10A. For further information, please visit  https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=492
         

        What is the part number for the mounting clips for my Magelis terminal?

         

        Compatibility
        Catalog Number
        XBTHM/PM/F
        XBTZ3002
        XBTH/P/E
        XBTZ3003

        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL155005 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
        Related ranges: Magelis XBT-F, TXBT-F

        Why is my 140NOA61110 showing an error E06?

        This error indicates that the modules was able to confirm that it's configuration matched the real world network but, it cannot start the buss due to too many transmission errors. This typically indicates wiring problems.


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL157445 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
        Related ranges: INTERBUS

        Does the WSC227 come in resistant cream?

        No, the WSC227 does not come in resistant cream. It comes in White Electric, Grey and Brown.

        Some of the key features are:
        • Large angle
        • Easy access to screw for quick termination of cable
        • Weatherprotected horse shoe switched socket outlets
        For further information please visithttps://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=WSC227

         

        What Modbus parameters are available for port 1 on a Twido for programming?

        The Twido only supports one Modbus port parameter for programming.
         

        Baud Rate
        19,200
        Parity
        None
        Data Bits
        8
        Stop Bits
        1

        Note: The Twido line was obsoleted Dec. 2015 and replaced wit the M221 line. For more information on this contact local distributor or technical support.

        Error A320 on a LXM32 drive

        Issue:
        What is error A320 on a LXM32 drive?

        Product Line:
        Lexium 32

        Resolution:
        A320 is a following error. The parameter is _SigLatched Bit 8
        Reason could be a high external load or an acceleration that is too high.
        Solution is to reduce external load or acceleration or use a differently rated drive.
        Error response can be adjusted via parameter ErrorResp_p_dif

        Can 56SW320, 56 series, 3pole, 500V AC 20A surface switch be padlocked?

        56 series switches incorporate a positive, rotary switch action. ‘ON’ and ‘OFF’ positions are clearly marked and there is provision for two padlocks. Hole diameter is 8mm.
        If locking is required in the ‘ON’ position, simply drill a hole where necessary.
        For further information on 56SW320, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56SW320
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        What is the part number for a Clipsal usb Straight through adaptor ?

        It is possible to get a USB straight through adapter in the Strato and Modena ranges . The module  is either an 80MUSB1 or 80MUSB2. These are an S2 size in can be fitted into the M8080H or  S8080H.
        For more information on these products please visit the Clipsal web site on the link provided
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=80MUSB1
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=80MUSB2

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        Does the part number SC2000WBS exist?

        The correct part number for a slimline wall box spacer is SL2000WBS.

        Some of the key features are:
        • Wall box spacer recesses standard wall boxes back to allow easy fit-off of Slimline and Eclipse products
        • The spacer reserves an exact recess of 10 mm to ensure a snug fit for the Slimline accessory

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=SL2000WBS
         
         

        I have recessed smoke alarms and need a relay on them?

        You would use a 756 Isolation unit.

        Some of the key features are:
        • Changeover Contacts: 1xNormally Open (N.O.), 1xNormally Closed (N.C.)
        • Contact Rating: 10 A resistive and inductive, 250 V AC, 50 Hz
        • Interconnection Input: 6 V to 10V DC. referenced to Neutral
        • Supply Current: Alarm mode - 1mA minimum. Non-alarm mode (standby)

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=756
         

         

        Osisense Atex D - 2017 INERIS 04ATEX0058 EU-type examination certificate for XMLB*EX pressure switches

        Goals and Symptoms

        Osisense Atex D - 2017 INERIS 04ATEX0058 EU-type examination certificate for XMLB*EX pressure switches

        Facts and Changes

        XMLB*EX pressure switch
        INERIS 04ATEX0058 certificate
        Atex dust
        EU-type examination certificate

        Causes and Fixes

        Attached 2017 INERIS 04ATEX0058 EU-type examination certificate for XMLB*EX pressure switches, Atex Dust certified.

        Attachments


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL210078 V1.0, Originally authored by JeLe on 12/18/2012, Last Edited by JeLe on 12/18/2012
        Related ranges: OsiSense ATEX D

        How does 2031VETF run on timer switch operate?

        The Clipsal 2031VETF Series is an electronic time delay switch which provides extended exhaust fan operations to ensure proper ventilation in bathrooms and toilets. It uses a single switch to operate both lighting and an exhaust fan. Both loads switch on simultaneously when the switch is operated, but when the lighting is turned off, the exhaust fan continues to run for several minutes.
        Time Delay Intervals Available:
        The 201VETF Series is adjustable to allow fans to continue to run from 3 minutes to 10 minutes (approximately) after the lighting is turned off. The delay adjustment is accessible on the rear of the device.
        Operation:
        Turning on the switch will cause both the lights and the fan to operate. The electronic timer starts when the switch is turned off. The lights are controlled directly by the switch, however, the fan will run for its preset timer period when the lights are turned off. Turning the lights on and off again, while the fan is still running, will cause the timer period to restart.
        The fan will activate for a timer cycle whenever power is re-applied to the unit. eg. initial installation, power failure/return, fan replacement.
        for further information. please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=2031VETF
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        What is the part number for 2 Poles 25 A 2NO Contactor with 240V AC Coil?

        The part number for 2 Poles 25 A 2NO Contactor with 240V AC Coil is "A9C20732"

        https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/A9C20732?category=all

        Step by step process to change the units in the REG48 and REG96 from Deg. C to Deg. F.

        Goals and Symptoms

        Step by step process to change the units in the REG48 and REG96 from Deg. C to Deg. F.

        Facts and Changes

        REG48
        REG96
        °C
        °F

        Causes and Fixes

        Originaly, the parameter to change the temperature units is not accesible from the front face.
        So first, you have to allow the display of this parameter.
        Steps to follow:
        Press the key SEL until you display "Ch 1".
        Press "Down" arrow key until you display "Ch12" , "dSP".
        Press SEL
        Press "Down" arrow key until you display "dP17".
        Press SEL
        Change the value from FEB0 to FEA0 with the "Down" arrow key.
        Press SEL
        Press A/M key to exit.

        Now you can have access to the unit parameter.
        Steps to follow:
        Press the key SEL until you display "Ch 1".
        Press "Down" arrow key until you display "Ch 6".
        Press SEL
        Press "Down" arrow key until you display "PvU"
        Press SEL
        Change the value from °C to °F with the arrow key.
        Press SEL
        Press A/M key to exit.


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL201914 V1.0, Originally authored by LaBe on 04/06/2010, Last Edited by LaBe on 04/06/2010
        Related ranges: Zelio Control

        Are the inputs and outputs isolated on the ATV28 drive?

        Issue:  Are the inputs and outputs isolated on the ATV28 drive?
         
        Product Line:  ATV28
         
        Environment:  All
         
        Cause:  N/A
         
        Resolution:  All the inputs and outputs go to the microprocessor which comprises the control section.
        The control section is galvanically isolated from the power section.


         

        Video: Data Center Expert | How do I create and manage thresholds?

        Issue:
        Process for creating and managing thresholds in StruxureWare Data Center Expert.

        Product Line:
        StruxureWare Data Center Expert (DCE)
        StruxureWare Central (SWC)
        InfraStruXure Central (ISXC) 

        Environment:
        StruxureWare Data Center Expert (all versions)
        StruxureWare Central (all versions)
        InfraStruXure Central (all versions) 

        Cause:
        Custom thresholds need to be created for most third-party devices that are added into DCE.  APC devices have device alerts by default, but can still have additional thresholds created for them within DCE.

        Resolution:

        Creating Custom Thresholds
        Editing or Deleting Custom Thresholds
         

         
        Creating a Custom Threshold

        1) Open the DCE client and go to the Monitoring perspective.

        2) Within the Device Groups pane, select a group that has the device you would like to create a custom threshold for.

        3) Within the Device View pane, right-click on a device and select View Device Sensors.  The sensors that are listed are what a custom threshold can be created on.  Select OK when finished.

        4) Right-click on the device and select Create Thresholds.  Select the type of sensor that you wish to create a custom threshold for.

        5) Select the threshold type you wish to define.

        6) Check the box for the sensors of this type you wish to create thresholds for.

        7) Provide a descriptive name to the threshold and define its values.  Select next when finished.

        8) Select the Notification Policies that this threshold should be added to for alarm notifications.
        NOTE: You can add custom defined thresholds to more than one Notification Policy.
         
        Editing or Deleting a Custom Threshold

        1) Open the DCE client and go to the Alarm Configuration perspective.

        2) Select the device within the Device Groups pane.

        3) In the Threshold Alarm Configurations pane will be a list of the custom thresholds for this device.  Expand down the threshold tree and right-click on the threshold you wish to edit or delete and select the corresponding action.

        EcoStruxure Control expert v14 - Deactivating DEP cause Integrity check message

        Here is a short explanation of DEP:
        "The primary benefit of DEP is to help prevent code execution from data pages. Typically, code is not executed from the default heap and the stack. Hardware-enforced DEP detects
        code that is running from these locations and raises an exception when execution occurs. Software-enforced DEP can help prevent malicious code from taking advantage of exceptionhandling
        mechanisms in Windows"

        For more information see
        https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/875352#bookmark-6
        Some “old generation” DTMs generated years ago, are not compatible with DEP.  When Unity Pro loads it, Windows detects a risk in regards to DEP and throws an error.

        Further details in the FAQ 
        https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/faqs/FA325919/

        For Control Expert v14 there is a dedicated hotfix to avoid this warning massage. 

        User should install ControlExpert_V140_HF0450243R DEP deactivation available on SE.com
         

        What is the overload part number for the LC1D65U7 Contactor with 48....65 A?

        The overload part number for the LC1D65U7 Contactor with 48....65A is "LRD3359"

        https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/lrd3359