pg tp xhd 3pn 250v 10a ins.pin
439SXHD-GY
pg tp xhd 3pn 250v 10a ins.pin
439SXHD-GY

Plug, Flexible, Straight, 3 Pin, 10A, 250V, Extra Heavy Duty

Catalogue Number: 439SXHD
pg tp xhd 3pn 250v 10a ins.pin
439SXHD-GY
pg tp xhd 3pn 250v 10a ins.pin
439SXHD-GY
Colour: Transparent
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Grey 1 PCE
  • Transparent 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Range of product
Standard Series
Product brand
Clipsal
[In] rated current
10 A
[Ue] rated operational voltage
230 V 50/60 Hz conforming to EN 60309-2
Voltage colour
blue
Colour
transparent
Material
plastic
Connections - terminals
screw terminal
Plug, socket, control station shape
straight
Duration
6 h
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

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Is there a plug top which is 10 amp and can take 2.5mm² cable?

Yes, the 439SXHD is 10 amp and can take 2.5mm² cable.

For more information, please refer to the link:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=439SXHD


Is there a plug top which is 10 amp and can take 2.5mm² cable?

Yes, the 439SXHD is 10 amp and can take 2.5mm² cable.

For more information, please refer to the link:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=439SXHD

What is the alternate for a Clipsal 439/15HD (PVC 15A Plug top)

The 439/15HD is obsolete the alternate is 905

What is the part number for a 4 pin surface socket for the 4 pin plug 439/4HD?

The part number for the 4 pin surface mount socket is 410-WE.

Why is my default historic list empty

DISCLAIMER

The example below is intended to demonstrate one or more features or methods and is presented as a configuration example only. Schneider Electric assumes no liability for the use or application of this example or any portion thereof.

Problem

When I right click on a point and select "Display Historic List" I get an empty list, even though I'm sure there is data for the default time span.

Solution

The most common cause is that the point has a customized color palette, with "Normal Foreground" color set to white.
Some customers want to see values in mimics with black background and white foreground, and it works fine with mimics (see example below):



Unfortunately, the default list triggered from the object menu does not follow the point's color palette for the background color, only for the
foreground, which may result not on an empty list (even though it looks like that), but on a list with "white text on white background":



Note: Embedded lists can have its background color changed.

Video: PME 8.x, 9.0 - How to setup a Dashboard view to be available without logging into Web Applications

Issue
Setting up a dashboard view without logging into Web Applications.

Product Line
EcoStruxure™ Power Monitoring Expert 8.x , EcoStruxure™ Power Monitoring Expert 9.0

Environment
Power Monitoring Expert 
Web Applications

Cause
User requires setup of dashboards in a data presentation environment.

Resolution
1. Log into PME Web Applications by navigating to (https://[SERVERNAME]/web) or using (https://localhost/web) directly from the server.
2. Select the 'Dashboards' tab and open the 'Slideshow Manager' by clicking on the  icon found in the 'Dashboard Library'.
3. Click on 'Add Slideshow' to define a slideshow 'Name' and add Dashboards to the playlist. Select the slide transition time at the bottom of the window and click OK.
 


4. Within the Slideshow Manager window, highlight the created Dashboard Playlist and click on 'Share'.



5. A URL to access the dashboard slideshow directly is generated. Copy the URL into the web browser's address bar to access the dashboard slideshow.



Please Note: A client browser must be able to access the slideshow URL. (Do not use 'localhost' in the URL).

The following video demonstrates this procedure:

ClearSCADA: Multiple Containers in ClearSCADA 2017 R2

The StartupConfiguration.xml file used to configure multiple ViewX containers has changed in ClearSCADA 2017 R2.  The StartupConfiguration file format that was used for ClearSCADA 2015 R1, ClearSCADA 2015 R2 and ClearSCADA 2017 must be changed in order to run multiple containers in ClearSCADA 2017 R2.  Below are the details:

Information Regarding Multi-Monitor Setup in the ViewX Help:  May be found in:

System Administration | Client Administration | Launch a ViewX Client on a Multi-Monitor Setup | Configure a Multi-Monitor Setup | Startup Configuration File


Note shown on the ViewX Help opening page in ClearSCADA 2017 R2:



StartupConfiguration.xml example 1:

The following StartupConfiguration.xml file is an example of a 2 monitor configuration with the homepage and alarm banner shown on both monitors.


<Startup>
 
<WindowContainers>
 
<PrimaryWindowContainer Monitor="1"  DisplayMode="FullScreen"
AlarmBannerPersistSettings="true" AlarmBannerDisplayState="DockedBottom" />
 
<SecondaryWindowContainer Name="Right" Monitor="2"  DisplayMode="Restored"
AlarmBannerDisplayState="DockedBottom" />
 
</WindowContainers>
 
<InitialDocuments>
 
<Document Window="Primary" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor1_homepage</Document>
 
<Document Window="Right" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor2_homepage</Document>
 
</InitialDocuments>
 
</Startup>


StartupConfiguration.xml example 2:

The following StartupConfiguration.xml file is an example of a 2 monitor configuration with the homepage shown on both monitors only (i.e. no alarm banner).


<Startup>
 
<WindowContainers>
 
<PrimaryWindowContainer Monitor="1"  DisplayMode="FullScreen"/>
 
<SecondaryWindowContainer Name="Right" Monitor="2"  DisplayMode="Restored" />
 
</WindowContainers>
 
<InitialDocuments>
 
<Document Window="Primary" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor1_homepage</Document>
 
<Document Window="Right" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor2_homepage</Document>
 
</InitialDocuments>
 
</Startup>



(Older StartupConfiguration.xml example)

The following StartupConfiguration.xml file is an example of the file used in ClearSCADA 2015 R1, ClearSCADA 2015 R2 and ClearSCADA 2017 (Initial Release).  Notice the differences between this file and the files above which include:
  • removal of the 'InterfaceMode' clause
  • a change to the 'AlarmBanner' syntax
(The affected lines of code have been highlighted below.  This is the equivalent file to Example 1 above.)


<Startup>
 
<WindowContainers AlarmBannerWindow="Right">
 
<PrimaryWindowContainer Monitor="1" InterfaceMode="SingleDocument" DisplayMode="FullScreen"/>
 
<SecondaryWindowContainer Name="Right" Monitor="2" InterfaceMode="SingleDocument" DisplayMode="Restored" />
 
</WindowContainers>
 
<InitialDocuments>
 
<Document Window="Primary" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor1_homepage</Document>
 
<Document Window="Right" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor2_homepage</Document>
 
</InitialDocuments>
 
</Startup>