SWBD MB 60P C60 IP42 NO M-SW

MB/MD Distribution Board SWBD MB 72P C60 IP42 160A

Catalogue Number: MB272E31
SWBD MB 60P C60 IP42 NO M-SW
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$4,948.28
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Product brand
Clipsal
Package 1 Weight
53 kg
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Not applicable, out of EU RoHS legal scope

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the part number for a 20A RCBO to suit the switchboard MB272EM1?

The part number for a 20A  RCBO to suit the switchboard MB272EM1 is  A9D61820.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=A9D61820

What is the part number for RCBO to go in MB248D31 type of board?

The part number for RCBO to go in MB248D31 type of board will be a part number A9D61816.

 

What RCBO's fit the switchboard Schneider switchboard MB236D31?

The RCBO that will fit the switchboard Schneider switchboard MB236D31 is a IC60N RCBO and a IC60H RCBO.
An example of the part number for a 6kA, 10A would be A9D61810.

do we still make the 4C18M160-GY ?

Unfortunately the 4C18M160-GY is discontinued

the closest possible replacement is MB224C31 - this is 24 pole version instead of 18 pole

Does the ATS01 softstart require external thermal overload protection?

Issue:
Does the ATS01 softstart require external thermal overload protection? 

Product Line:
ATS01, Altistart 01

Environment:
All

Cause:
N/A

Resolution:
The ATS01 softstart does require an external overload thermal protection for the motor.  It also requires a starter or a contactor to be used at the line of the softstart. 
 

What is the part number for a 24 pole Orange chassis board with 160amp isolator?

The part number for a 24 pole Orange chassis board with 160amp isolator is - MB224C31X15
This Chassis board is the same as the MB224C31 , the X15 is for it to be Orange in colour
For further information , visit link below:
https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/MB224C31

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

Issue:
What would cause 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.