elbow extern trunking 50x100

Maxi Duct Fittings, External Elbows - Grey, 100 x 50mm

Catalogue Number: 900/100/50EE
elbow extern trunking 50x100
Colour: Grey
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Grey 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Series 900
Material
PVC (polyvinyl chloride)

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the part number for a coupling for the 900/100/100?

The part number for a coupling for the 900/100/100 is - 900/100C
For further information, visit the link below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=900/100C
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Does the 900/100/50-GY trunking come with a Separator

No the 900D50S needs to be bought seperately.

Does the trunk mate for a Clipsal 900/100/100GY come in different sizes

No

Is there an Internal Elbow for truning size 150 x 50mm Maxi Duct Drunking?



No, largest internal elbow available is 900/100/100EI

Can I get a flat elbow for the Clipsal 900/40/25-WE

Yes, part number is 900/40/25E-WE

Does the 900/100/100-GY come with a removeable lid

Yes it does.

Is 900/50/50 PVC Maxi duct UV resistant?

Unfortunately not, they are not UV resistant. 

For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=900/50/50

What is the part code for a trunking divider 100mm

The part code is 900D100S-WE

What is the code for the end cap on 900/50/50 Trunking?

900/50/50P-GY

 

Does the 900/50/50 duct come in black?

No, unfortunately the PVC Maxi Duct only comes in grey.

Some of the key features are:
  • Rectangular
  • Screw or double sided tape fastening

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=900/50/50

What is the part number for the terminal sheilds for the NSX 100/160/250 C/B's?

The part numbers for the terminal shields for the NSX 100/160/250 C/B's are -  

SHORT SHEILDS,
3 pole - LV429515,
4 pole - LV429516. 

LONG SHEILDS,
3 pole - LV429517,
4 pole - LV429518


For further information, visit the links below:-
https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/LV429515
https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/LV429516
https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/LV429517
https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/LV429518
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ETSNZ - Would the BMXFTB2800 be compatible with the following analogue modules? BMXAMI0810 and BMXAMO0410

The BMX FTB 2800 is a Cage Clamp Screw terminal strip 28 points for 8ch Analog INPUT modules and can be used with the BMX AMI 0810.
The BMX FTB 2820 is a Spring terminal strip 28 points for 8ch Analog INPUT modules and can be used with the BMX AMI 0810.

The BMX FTB 2000 is a Cage Clamp Screw terminal strip 20 points and can be used with the BMX AMO 0410.
The BMX FTB 2010 is a Screw terminal strip 20 cir. Points (Square washers) and can be used with the BMX AMO 0410.
The BMX FTB 2020 is a Spring terminal strip 20 points and can be used with the BMX AMO 0410.

BMX AMO 0410 can also be connected to the Telefast module ABE-7CPA21 with the cable BMX FCA 150/300/500.

Can the EGX400 or ECC21 fiber port connect directly to a gigabit (1000 Mb) network?

Issue:
User would like to communicate with an EGX400 or ECC21 using a gigabit (1000 Mb) fiber network
 
Product line:
ECC21, EGX400
 
Cause:
Customer wanted to know if they can directly connect 1000Mb a gigabit) fiber connection to EGX400 or ECC21 fiber port?
 
Resolution:
Customer cannot connect a 1000Mb fiber connection directly to the ECC21 or EGX400.
As per the ECC21 and EGX400 Installation Manuals, the fiber port is compatible with 100Mb networks only.
If gigabit fiber network connections are needed, a 100Mb multi-mode LC fiber converter will be required. 

Alternately, a gigabit fiber switch with 10/100/1000 copper ethernet connections could be used. In this instance, the fiber would be run to the switch and 10/100 ethernet to the EGX or ECC gateway.
 

NetBotz 750 | Physical Description

Issue:
   Physical Description of the NetBotz 750

Product Line:
   NetBotz version 5
      - Rack Monitor 750

Environment:
   NetBotz v5.X

Resolution:

Physical Description



 
Item Description
1 AC line inlet Input power connection.
2 Switched Outlet Provides power to a device at a maximum of 10 A. Activates a connected device when configured events occur. (For example, a fan may be connected to this outlet, and the outlet may be configured to turn on when certain alarms are generated.)
3 A-Link ports Provide communications and power to connected devices (sensor pods, rack access pods, and temperature/humidity sensors with digital displays) over standard CAT-5 cabling with straight-through wiring. For instructions to cascade devices, see the Installation and Quick Configuration Manual.
4 Leak Rope ports Used for connecting a NetBotz Leak Rope Sensor (NBES0308).
5 Rack Access Ports* Ports for the door switch sensors (NBES0302 or NBES0303) and handle sensors (NBHN125 or NBHN1356).
6 Universal Sensor ports Used to connect APC by Schneider Electric sensors, third-party dry-contact sensors, and standard, third-party 0-5 V sensors. Third-party, dry-contact state sensors require the NetBotz Dry Contact Cable (NBES0304), and third party, 0-5 V sensors require the NetBotz 0-5 V sensor cable (NBES0305).
7 Beacon Port Used for connecting an Alarm Beacon (AP9324).
8 10/100/1000 Network Port Provides a connection to the network. Status and link Light-emitting Diodes (LEDs) indicate network traffic. See Link LED and Status LED for additional information.
9 Private LAN Provides a 10/100/1000 connection to a private local area network and 48 VDC to an attached device.
10 Wireless Sensor Coordinator USB Port with Wireless NetBotz USB Coordinator (NBWC100U) installed. Used with wireless sensors.
11 USB Type A Ports Reserved for future use.
12 Modbus RS485 Port Reserved for future use.
13 Voltage Output Provides 12 VDC or 24 VDC (75 mA) to one connected device.
13 Relay Output Used for connecting relay-controlled external devices. Relay Outputs can only be connected to Class 2 circuits.
14 4-20 mA Inputs Inputs for industry standard 4-20 mA sensors.
15 Console Port Provides a serial connection to the appliance.
16 Power LED Illuminates when the unit is receiving power.
17 Reset Switch Reboots the appliance.
18 Exhaust fan Exhausts hot air from the appliance.
*Note supported on firmware version 5.0.1. Update the firmware to access these features.

Video: How do I create a direct connection between a computer and a APC networked enabled product?

Issue
How do I create a direct or one to one connection between a computer and a APC networked enabled product?

Product Line
  • Any network enabled Schneider Electric devices including but not limited to:
    • Network Management Cards (NMC/NMC2)
    • Rack Power Distribution Products (PDU, ATS)
    • KVM Switches
    • NetBotz
    • StruxureWare Data Center Expert Hardware Appliance
 
Environment
  • Situations where it may be necessary to rule out a network problem and directly connect via Ethernet to a device
  • Situations where it may be necessary to directly connect to a device for access when a networking device such as a hub, switch, or router is unavailable to facilitate a network connection
  • Environments where a PC or Mac with available wired Ethernet port is available

Cause

You may run into a scenario in which you or a user believes the Network Management Card (or any other network enabled device) is faulty because it cannot be reached it through the particular network. This is typically a configuration issue or problem with the network. If there are lights on the NMC (or the particular device's) network jack, it is very likely the card itself is operating. Because troubleshooting a customer network issue is typically outside the scope of Schneider Electric technical support, it is technical support's prerogative to prove the Schneider Electric device is functional. We can do this by creating a direct connection between the a user's computer and the NMC (or other device type), which eliminates the particular network as a variable in most, if not all, scenarios. Essentially, we are creating a mini network between the computer and the NMC (or other networked device).

Furthermore, these instructions can be helpful for obtaining logs or data from the network interface of a device if a typical network connection via a hub, switch, or router is unavailable.

Please refer to the instructions below in order to sit up the mini network.


Resolution



Equipment required: 
  • Laptop or computer with 10/100/1000 mbps Ethernet port
  • Serial cable (depends on APC/Schneider Electric product)
  • Crossover cable (or patch cable if computer has 1000 mbps gigabit port)


Steps:
(This example will refer to a Network Management Card (NMC) but the steps are the same for any networked device for the most part).
  • Set the IP address of the NMC to a non-routable network address. For our purposes, we will use 192.168.1.2
  • Set a Subnet mask of 255.255.255.0
  • Set the default gateway of the NMC as the IP address of the computer. For our purposes we will use 192.168.1.3
  • Configure a static IP on the computer in the same network. (In a Windows environment this is typically located under control panel > network connections > Local Area Connection.)
  • Choose properties, scroll down to TCP/IP and choose properties
  • Click the radio box for "Use the following IP address" and enter the IP information. For our example, enter:
    • IP: 192.168.1.3
    • Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
    • Default gateway: 192.168.1.2 (which is the IP address of the NMC)

Click Ok, then close. The computer will take a second to cycle its network interface to take the new IP settings. Connect the crossover (or straight through, in the case of gigabit) cable.
After completing the above configuration, for our example, we are having the APC device look at the computer as its default gateway and having the computer look at the APC device as its default gateway. In a customer scenario, this should hold true, no matter what IP address scheme they choose to use.

From the computer, you should now be able to ping the IP of the NMC, in our case 192.168.1.2. You can also access telnet or the web interface. This is proof that the NMC's interface is accessible.

Remember that the computer's IP settings will likely need to be reconfigured again to regain normal network communications after testing.