SWBD MD 36P C60 IP56 NO M-SW

MB/MD Distribution Board SWBD MD 36P C60 IP56 250A

Catalogue Number: MD236D32
SWBD MD 36P C60 IP56 NO M-SW
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Colour: Per UOM Std.
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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.

What are the dimensions for MB236DM1?

The dimensions for MB236DM1 are - H1000mm x W580mm x D235mm
For further information , visit link below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=MB236DM1

What Slim 10A, 16A, 20A RCD Combo's fit the distribution board MB236C30?

The Slim RCD Combo's that fit the distribution board MB236C30 are
  • A9D11810 (10A), 
  • A9D11816 (16A), 
  • A9D11820 (20A).

 

What ports need to be forwarded for option A on Wiser (5200PG and WHC_5918) Home Control?

The following is formatted as [port number(s)]: [reference name].
8080: HTTP, 8336-8337: Remote Project Transfer, 8888-8889: Remote Control, 10001: Remote C-Bus Access. All ports to be forwarded to Wiser Home Control IP address

Video: Does the M221 have a "Start in Run" feature?

Yes, the M221 does have a start in run feature. A video demonstration can be found below using SoMachine Basic 1.6 SP2 current software as of August 2018.

The off line mode you can do the following;

Select the Programming tab

From the Programming tab select Tasks

Under the Tasks tab select Behavior

At the bottom of the page you will see "Starting Mode"

From there you have 4 options
   1 Start in Previous state
   2 Start in Stop
   3 Start in Run
   4 Unconditional Start in Run


 

How to back up C-Bus Toolkit projects

1) Highlight a C-Bus project node within the treeview that you want to backup.
2) Click the Backup Project button (or Right-click on the project node then select Backup Project menu option.) A Save As dialog box appears.
3) A location within the host computer directory appears. You can change the directory to using the Microsoft Windows dialog box. The suggested file name contains the following: <Project>NN_MMM_YYYY_HHMM
4) Click the Save button to save the file to the appropriate location. A confirmation message appears listing the location of the saved file.
5) Click the OK button to exit the confirmation message.