link h/d meter active neutral

Max 4 Neutral Active Meter Links, Heavy Duty, 500V, 350A Max, 7 Hole

Catalogue Number: BP350/7
link h/d meter active neutral
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE
  • Red 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Blue Point
Product or component type
meter link
Cable cross section
120-120 mm²
[In] rated current
350 A
[Ue] rated operational voltage
500 V
Connector type
screw terminals
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

Frequently Asked Questions

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What links will take 75mm cable?

The links that will take 75mm cable would be BP350/7 for the neutral and BP350/7RD for the actives. 

What would be the part number for an active link with 95mm square holes?

The BP350/7 will do the job provided you only need 2 x 95mm holes.
For further information, visit the link below:-​
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=BP350/7


Video: Back-UPS CS, RS & XS - Manual Adjustment for Sensitivity

Issue:

UPS will not operate on utility power or may be clicking between utility and battery power.


Product Line:

Back-UPS RS/XS & Back-UPS CS (4-LED Interfaces)


Environment:

All models & serial numbers


Cause:

This may be caused by one of the following conditions;
  • Low Voltage / Sag
  • Black-out
  • High Voltage / Over-Voltage
  • Frequency is out of range
  • Total Harmonic Distortion

Resolution:

The following video details the process for manually adjusting the Back-UPS RS & XS or Back-UPS CS system's AC Input Sensitivity.
 

Video: How to set up a Back-UPS ES G Series UPS

Issue:
The following video details the process for the initial setup of the Back-UPS ES "G " including battery installation and connecting devices.

Product Line:
Back-UPS ES "G"

Environment:
Models BE350G, BE450G, BE550G, BE650G1, BE750G

Cause / Resolution:

What are the hole sizes for the BP165/7

2 x 9.5mm - 50mm cable
1 x 8.0mm - 35mm cable
2 x 7.1mm - 25mm cable
2 x 5.5mm - 16mm cable

Video: Back-UPS BE750G Manual Adjustment for Master Control thresholds.

The following video details the process for manually adjusting the Master Control thresholds for the Back-UPS ES G series UPS.

Back-UPS CS: Runtime does not exceed 45 minutes

Issue:

Why won't my Back-UPS CS run longer than 45mins with a low load connected?

Product Line:

Back-UPS CS

Environment:

BK350, BK500, BK500BLK BK350EI and BK500EI

Cause:

Safety Runtime Limiter

Resolution:

The 120v and 230V International Back-UPS CS models BK350EI and BK500EI, that were made before January 1st 2004, have a max runtime limiting cap of 45 minutes. Anything made after that date will not have a runtime cap. Instead with out the shutdown software they will run until then have exhausted their battery.
 

Why might the Overload LED be lit on my APC Back-UPS?

Issue:

The Overload indicator is lit whenever equipment connected to the battery back-up outlets is drawing more power than the UPS can provide. This symptom is also
accompanied by a shrill constant tone. If the overload is strong enough, the UPS may shut down turning off its output in order to protect its circuitry from damage.


Product Line:

All APC Back-UPS Product Families.


Environment:

All APC Back-UPS Product Families.


Cause:

Each model of Back-UPS is capable of handling up to a certain amount of equipment. For example, the BP350U is rated for 350 Volt Amps (or 220 Watts) and the BP500U
is rated for 500 Volt Amps (or 315 Watts). Verify that your equipment plugged into the Battery Backup outlets does not exceed the VA rating (denoted by the number in the
model number of your UPS) by using APC's UPS Sizing Tool.


Resolution:

Try moving one or more pieces of equipment to the Surge Protection outlets. If the Overload Led remains lit at this point, try turning the unit off and
back on again. If you have verified that your connected equipment does not exceed the ratings of the unit, please contact APC's Technical Support.
Please be near the unit to further troubleshoot the problem over live chat.

Note: It is normal for the Overload Led to briefly illuminate when turning the UPS on with the equipment connected. When using the UPS as a "master on/off"
switch, the Overload Led will illuminate briefly when the connected equipment powers up at the same time that the UPS does.

If the Overload Led is flashing CONTINUOUSLY, this may indicate an internal fault with the UPS. If this is the case, please contact APC's Technical Support.

Why might the LEDs on my Back-UPS or Smart-UPS SC be flashing?

Issue:
Flashing LED lights on Back-UPS Pro, Back-UPS Pro USB, Back-UPS LS, and Smart-UPS SC: causes and definitions

Product Line:
Back-UPS Pro, Back-UPS USB, Back-UPS LS, Back-UPS CS, Back-UPS NS/XS/RS, Smart-UPS SC 620VA and under

Environment:
BP280X, BP420X, BP650X, BP1000, BP1100, BP1400, BK350, BK500,
BR/BX SKUs, SC420, SC620, SC250RM1U, SC450RM1U

Cause / Resolution:

Green On Line LED: flashing Yellow On Battery LED: on solid

This indicates that the UPS is performing a Self-Test of the battery. If the Self-Test passes, the green On-Line LED will go on solid while the yellow On Battery LED will go off. If it fails the test, the red Replace Battery LED will illuminate. This LED will remain illuminated until the unit passes a Self-Test.

Green On Line and Red Overload LEDs: ALTERNATELY flashing
This indicates that the UPS has entered ""sleep mode"" where the UPS will turn off its output power in an effort to conserve battery power. The UPS is put into ""sleep mode"" by the optional PowerChute shutdown software included with your Back-UPS Pro after it has performed a graceful shutdown of your operating system. Depending on how the PowerChute software is configured (see PowerChute User's Guide) your ups may ""wake up"" when normal power is restored, wake up after a user-defined delay, or may not wake up at all. Once AC power is present, to manually ""wake up"" your UPS, press the On/Test button.

Green On Line LED: on solid
This indicates that the UPS is operating normally on utility power from your wall socket. The battery is not being used at this time.

Yellow On Battery LED: on solid
This indicates that your UPS is operating on battery power. The UPS can only provide power from the battery for a limited time before needing to be recharged. If your UPS is operating on battery power, you should save all open files and shutdown your PC and wait until normal power has been restored. Keep in mind that the UPS will run on battery whenever UPS deems the power is unsafe for your computer equipment.

Red Overload LED: on solid
This indicator is lit whenever equipment connected to the Battery Backup outlets is drawing more power than the UPS can provide. This symptom is also accompanied by a shrill constant tone. If the overload is strong enough, the UPS may shut down and turn off its output power in order to protect its internal circuitry from damage. Each model of Back-UPS Pro is capable of handling a predetermined amount of power draw. For example, the BP350U is rated for 350 Volt Amps (or 220 Watts) and the BP500UC is rated for 500 Volt Amps (or 315 Watts). Verify that the wattage draw from your equipment plugged into the ""battery backed up outlets"" does not exceed the Watt rating (listed in the specification section of the user manual) by using the APC UPS Selector tool. Try moving one or more pieces of equipment to the ""Surge Protection Only"" outlets.

If the Overload LED remains lit at this point, try turning the unit off then on again. If you have verified that the power draw of your connected equipment does not exceed the watt ratings of the unit, please contact APC's Technical Support. Note: It is normal for the Overload LED to briefly illuminate when turning the UPS on with the equipment connected. When using the UPS as a ""master on/off"" switch, the Overload LED may illuminate briefly when the connected equipment powers up at the same time that the UPS does. This is usually caused by a quick power draw at start up called ""inrush current"".

Red Replace Battery LED: On solid
This indicator is lit whenever the automatic diagnostic test has determined the battery is near the end of its useful life. It is a warning that the battery needs to be replaced within 4 weeks. It does not necessarily mean that the battery is dead. The typical life span of the battery is 2-4 years depending on use and environment (temperature). Before replacing the battery, however, you should let the UPS charge overnight (leave it plugged in, turned on, and with no load attached). Then, perform a self-test manually by pressing and holding the On/Test button until you hear two ""chirps"". You may now release the button.
After pressing the button, you will observe the following events:
1. The green On Line indicator will flash.
2. The yellow On Battery indicator will light while the battery test is performed.
If the UPS passes the Self-Test, the green On Line indicator will be lit and solid. If it fails the test, the red Replace Battery indicator will be lit as well as the green On Line LED. If the UPS fails the test and the unit is still in warranty (3 years from date of purchase), contact APC's Technical Support for further troubleshooting. If the unit is out of warranty, a replacement battery should be ordered from local retailers, APC, or the APC website (www.apcc.com).

ALL LEDs: flashing simultaneously
This signifies an internal fault in the UPS please contact APC's Technical Support and have your model number and serial number ready.

On Line and On Battery LEDs: flashing simultaneously
This signifies that there may be an internal fault in the UPS, please contact APC's Technical Support and have your model and serial number ready.

Overload and Replace Battery: flash simultaneously.
This signifies an internal fault in the UPS, please contact APC's Technical Support and have your model and serial number ready.
Contacting APC Technical Support: Please refer to the APC Support Contact page to identify the nearest support location.

What are the hole sizes in the BP165/7?

The hole sizes in the BP165/7 are as follows:
Dimensions: 100 x 43 x 40mm.
Terminal bar: 16 x 16 x 76mm.

2 tunnels: 9.5mm diameter accommodate 50mm2 cables.
1 tunnel: 8.0mm diameter accommodates 35mm2 cable.
2 tunnels: 7.1mm diameter accommodate 25mm2 cables.
2 tunnels: 5.5mm diameter accommodate 16mm2 cables.

Mounting centres: 71 x 29mm.

Video: Back-UPS ES - Procedure for Battery Replacement

Issue:
Demonstration of the internal  battery installation for the BACK-UPS ES family.

Product Line:
BACK-UPS ES

Environment:
Models BE350G, BE450G, BE550G, BE650G, BE650G1, BE750G

Cause:
The internal batteries contained in APC UPS are shipped disconnected per US DOT requirements.

Resolution: 
The following videos detail the process for accessing and removing the internal battery of a Back-UPS ES G Series UPS.



 

Video: Back-UPS ES "G" Manual Adjustment for Sensitivity

Issue:
 

The following video details the process for manually adjusting the Back-UPS ES, BE "G ".


Product Line:

Back-UPS ES "G"

Environment:

All models

Cause / Resolution:





 
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