draftstoppa for ceiling exhst

Airflow Draftstoppa for Ceiling Exhaust

Catalogue Number: CEDS1
draftstoppa for ceiling exhst
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Airflow
Product or component type
ceiling exhaust draftstoppa
Sustainable offer status
Green Premium product
REACh free of SVHC
Yes
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant
Toxic heavy metal free
Yes
Mercury free
Yes
RoHS exemption information
Yes
China RoHS Regulation
 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
Environmental Disclosure
ENVPEP121018EN
Circularity Profile
N/A

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Do you have a draftstoppa for a CE200?

Yes the part number is CEDS1

What is the part name for a draft stopper to put above ceiling exhaust fans?

The following part number will suit CEDS1. 
It will fit over fans of up to 300MM diameter

What height is the draftstoppa CEDS1?

The Dimensions are 165mm (H) X 345mm (W).

What is the spare enclosure for star-delta LE1D12

 The spare enclosure is DE1DS1

What is the part codse for a Domae 63Amp 2P switch dis-connector

 Use a DCK12461

What is the replacement base for a LE1D12N7

The base is not available on it's own but a replacement enclosure including base is a DE1DS1

What is the part number of Modena and Strato mech LEDs?

The part number is as follows: 80L240MBL

What is the mA consumption of the ZB5AVJ LEDs? ZB5AVJ1 ZB5AVJ3 ZB5AVJ4 ZB5AVJ5 ZB5AVJ6 ?

18 mA consumption

Does the PDL880TPB1 have internal LEDs?

Yes - blue

How many Ethernet protocols can be supported simultaneously by VAMP IEDs?

VAMP IEDs can support up to two Ethernet communication protocols simultaenously in all devices that have either one or two Ethernet ports.

Is Iconic 4 gang switch with LEDs?

You can use the 3044VA and fit the 40MLEDW to each switch.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/iconic

Is it possible to use password protection with remote controls based on LEDs?

It's possible, you will be able to find your answer in the user manual section 6.3 ZART8L

Is it possible to use password protection with remote controls based on LEDs?

It's possible, you will be able to find your answer in the user manual section 6.3 ZART8L

Will the Iconic Universal dimmer dim the LEDs?

Yes,the  42E350RUD2M will dim LED lamps.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=42E350RUD2M

What is a S895WH comprised of?

The S895WH is a fully assembled double horizontal which comes with; white double socket module including blue LEDs, horizontal grid, and horizontal plastic surround.

Is the PDL610ML24 an LED or a Neon?

The 12 and 24V illuminated modules in the PDL610 range are now LEDs, the 250V option remains a Neon

How do i wire the push button mechs with 2-WAY wiring so the LED works correctly?

Please see below for the different methods of wiring the push button switches with LEDs.

Video: Installation guide for installing the MMHB horn bypass kit

Issue:
How to install MMHB horn bypass kit

Product Line:
MMHB Horn Bypass Kit

Environment:
Ringless Style Meter Sockets with No Bypass

Resolution:
See attached installation bulletin or video below for help on how to install the MMHB Horn Bypass Kit:

 

Do you need a neutral for LEDs in Iconic Range?

This depends on whether it is being used as a locator to show where the switch is (no neutral required), or being used to indicate that the switch is on (neutral required) in Iconic Range.

What is the highest rated dimmer available for leds?

The part number for highest rated dimmer available for leds is 31E4RUD
For more information please visit the following link:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=31E4RUD

Video: What will cause the ATV312 drive to be stuck in local mode showing the three scrolling LEDs?

Issue:
What will cause the ATV312 drive to be stuck in local mode showing the three scrolling LEDs?

Product Line:
Altivar ATV312

Environment:
All 

Cause:
After putting the ATV312 drive in local mode its appears to be stuck and it will not go back to remote mode. 

Resolution:
First check the serial number and firmware. All new drives built in 2016 or later or drives which have firmware 5.1 IE56 or greater can no longer go back and forth between Local and Remote modes. For these newer drives, you will have to reset the drive to a factory default state to return it back to remote mode. 

Older drives allowed mode change via the Mode button on the face of the drive.

Does the PDLS895 Come with an Amber Neon?

They come complete with Blue LEDs, amber Neons can be purchased separately and used to replace the blue ones.
 The part number is :PDL800N240

Do we have CAD drawings for the ATV312 drives?

Issue:
Do we have CAD drawings for the ATV312 drives?

Product Line:
Altivar ATV312 and ATV31

Environment:
All

Cause:
Cad drawings

Resolution:
Use the following link to the CAD Drawings Catalog.

https://www.schneider-electric.us/sites/us/en/support/product-support-resources/3d-cad.page


CTA-ID : 2061638

On peut avoir les Fichiers de description .eds?

Goals and Symptoms

On peut avoir les Fichiers de description .eds?

Facts and Changes

ATV58 VW3A58308 CANopen

Causes and Fixes

These files are Attached

Does iconic switches come with LEDs?

One and two gang switches come with LEDs fitted.
Three gang and above you need to purchase the LEDs seperately.
The part number is 40MLEDW.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=40MLEDW



 

What are the Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) codes for Schneider Electric (US only)?

The CAGE codes for Schneider Electric/SQUARE D are listed below:
CAGE Code Company Address
04429 SQUARE D CO LEEDS MFG PLANT 940 MOORE ST NE LEEDS, AL 35094
05684 SQUARE D CO MIDDLETOWN MFG PLANT 1500 S UNIVERSITY BLVD MIDDLETOWN, OH 45044
07442 SQUARE D CO DALLAS ASSEMBLY PLANT 1111 REGAL ROW DALLAS, TX 7524
12670 SQUARE D COELECTROMAGNETIC INDUSTRIES DIV 1410 DONALDSON PIKE B-5 NASHVILLE, TN 37217
14280 SQUARE D CO LEXINGTON MFG PLANT 1601 MERCER RD LEXINGTON, KY 40511
14799 SQUARE D CO CHICAGO ASSEMBLY PLANT 9522 W WINONA SCHILLER PARK, IL 60176
19804 SQUARE D CO GRAND BAY OF BRECKSVILLE 6995 S EDGERTON RD SUITE 100 BRECKSVILLE, OH 44141
2E203 SQUARE D CO 810 GLEN EAGLE CT SUITE 100 BALTIMORE, MD 21286
4T466 SQUARE D CO 1010 AIRPARK CENTER DR NASHVILLE, TN 37217
51917 SQUARE D CO ASHEVILLE MFG PLANT 128 BINGHAM RD ASHEVILLE, NC 28806
51918 SQUARE D CO AUTOMATION AND CONTROL BUSINESS RALEIGH, NC 27611
51920 SQUARE D CO COLUMBIA MFG PLANT SUMTER HWY 76 AND 378 COLUMBIA, SC 29209
55947 SQUARE D CO SORGEL MFG PLANT 4065 N RICHARDS ST MILWAUKEE, WI 53212
56158 SQUARE D CO OSHKOSH MFG PLANT 3300 MEDALIST DR OSHKOSH, WI 54901
56302 SQUARE D CO CEDAR RAPIDS MFG PLANT 3700 6TH ST SW CEDAR RAPIDS, IA 52406
56303 SQUARE D CO 1717 CENTER PARK RD LINCOLN, NE 68512
56304 SQUARE D CO OXFORD MFG PLANT 5735 COLLEGE CORNER RD OXFORD, OH 45056
56365 SQUARE D CO CORPORATE OFFICES 1415 S ROSELLE RD PALATINE, IL 60067
63637 SQUARE D CO MISSOURI MFG PLANT 4800 PARIS RD COLUMBIA, MO 65202
63831 SQUARE D CO HUNTINGTON PLANT 6 COMMERCIAL RD HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
70745 SQUARE D CO SENECA PLANT 1990 SANDIFER BLVD SENECA, SC 29678
88434 SQUARE D CO 13191 CROSSROADS PKY N SUITE 205 LA PUENTE, CA 91746
88753 SQUARE D CO 3516 CONCORD RD YORK, PA 17402


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL206488 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 10/26/2011, Last Edited by MaTh on 10/26/2011
Related ranges: Standards Applied to Power Management PRODUCTS

How to clear F79 fault on MPPT80-600

Issue:
How to clear F79 fault on MPPT80-600

Product Line:
MPPT80-600 charge controller

Environment:
MPPT80 charge controller with fan over current fault

Cause:
Customer may try to clear faults with the clear faults option in the SCP.

Resolution:
F79 More than two Fan Errors have occurred within 30 seconds. The fan will cease operating, but the charge controller will continue operating though it will probably experience power derating. The fault will clear itself when the operator toggles power to the charge controller.

What does GOOSE stand for and what does it do?

GOOSE stands for Generic object oriented system-wide events.
GOOSE aims to replace the conventional hard-wired logic necessary for intra-relay coordination with station-bus communications. Upon detecting an event, the IED (s) use a multi-cast transmission to notify those devices that have registered to receive the data. The performance requirements are stringent, no more than 4 ms is allowed to elapse from the time an event occurs to the time of message transmission.
The number of IEDs, the network topology and the type of event will all contribute to the amount of data that will be generated after an event. Collisions are quite possible in an Ethernet network in this scenario, so the GOOSE messages are re-transmitted multiple times by each IED. Three LAN configurations are able to deliver 100 messages within 4 ms, they are 10 Mb switched hub, 100 Mb shared hub, and a 100 Mb switched hub.

Configuring GOOSE in MiCOM S1 Studio

Goals and Symptoms

The objective of this tutorial is to illustrate the configuration of basic GOOSE messaging on two Px4x series IEDs. Once the configuration is complete pressing Function Key 1 on one IED will send a GOOSE signal to the second relay and illuminate LED #1 on that relay. Also, pressing Function Key 1 on the second IED will send a GOOSE signal to the first IED and illuminate LED #1 on that IED. In other words, we will setup IED_1 to publish a GOOSE message which is linked to the state of itsFunction Key 1. Also, we will setup IED_1 to subscribe to the GOOSE message that is published by IED_2 and have that message turn on or off IED_1’s LED #1.

Causes and Fixes

Follow the instructions provided in the attached tutorial document: S1 Studio 61850 tutorial.pdf

ATV71 circuit breaker references from ATV71HC25N4 to ATV71HC31N4

Goals and Symptoms

Sur une affaire délicate, le client a placé en protection amont sur ATV71HC25N4 un NS630.STR43MEF conformément aux préconisations du catalogue "ALTIVAR 71 février 2005" page 130 Le produit déclenche sans cesse sur thermique, et équilibre de phase. Les services Merlin Gerin ont diagnostiqué une incompatibilité. Sur le catalogue page 152 "ALTIVAR 71 mars 2006" la protection préconisée pour le même produit est un NS630.MA500. Ce produit ne se fait plus depuis longtemps me disent les services Merlin Gerin. Comment puis-je expliquer au client ces disparités entre les catalogues ? Quelles sont aujourd'hui les vrais préconisations en terme de protection ALTIVAR 71 et seront-elles intégrées dans une future version de catalogue?

Causes and Fixes

Indeed there are some mistakes in the catalogue concerning motor starters:
From ATV 71HC25N4 to ATV 71HC31N4 the reference of the circuit breaker MA500 must be replaced by MAE500.
ex: For ATV 71HC25N4 the reference of the circuit breaker is NS630.MAE500

What Catalog Numbers for the 200 amp combination service entrance devices have Field Installable CT provisions for use with Photovoltaic system applications?

Issue:
Current product design

Product Line:
Combination Service Entrance Devices

Environment:
CT provisions for use with PV applications

Cause:
Application

Resolution:
There are many of the current design Square D CSEDs that have CT provisions for Photovoltaic system applications. SEE THE CURRENT ON-LINE DIGEST PAGES
1) Page 1-25, table 1.59 for the SC2636M200_225FPV
2) Page 1-30, table 1.66 all the devices in this current table have provisions for Field Installed CTs.
3) Page 1-31, table 1.68, all the devices in this current table have provisions for Field Installed CTs.

NOTE: PLEASE Note that digest page numbers and tables can and will change, SO ALWAYS make sure to check the information for EACH catalog number in the digest BEFORE obtaining the devices.




 

Intermittent comms with EGX100 or EGX300, dual power supply PoE and 24V dc

Issue
Intermittent comms or power with EGX100 or EGX300 or intermittent power and flickering LEDs
 
Product line
EGX 100 and EGX 300
 
Environment
Powering up the EGX 100 or EGX 300 gateway with PoE and 24V DC power supply.
 
Cause
If the EGX100 is connected to a PoE switch and the 24VDC, the EGX100 loses communication with the Modbus devices. In addition, the EGX will stop replying to ping commands after several seconds. This is caused by multiple power sources. 

When the 24VDC is disconnected the relays switches to use PoE. This did not seem to have any effect with a single device connected to the EGX, however with multiple devices on the daisy chain the ride-through is not enough to support them and the EGX momentarily resets, and then resumes communication.
 
Resolution
Remove either 24VDC or PoE and keep only one power supply source in order to have proper functionality of EGX 100 or 300 gateways.

According to the Installation guide, it is not stated that both the 24VDC and PoE can be used at the same time. The intended use is for either the external 24VDC supply or the PoE to be used for control power. 

NOTE: Modscan does seem to time-out and lose connection when the 24V dc power supply is disconnected. The connection through Modscan must be re-established manually.

Troubleshooting Netbotz Version 1 Appliance LED Messages

Issue:

Troubleshooting Netbotz Version 1 Appliance LED Messages

Product Line:

NetBotz

Environment:

NetBotz version 1 appliances.

Cause:

After you power up the NetBotz appliance, the appliance performs several self-checks. If the appliance is functioning normally, the LEDs are then used to indicate alert conditions for specific sensors. For example, if the appliance is functioning correctly and the Temp LED is illuminated it indicates that the appliance is currently reporting a Temperature alert state. However, if during the power on test cycle the appliance detects an error with any components, it indicates the problem by lighting up one or more LEDs on the appliance. The following LEDs are present on the front of the NetBotz appliance:Green LEDs: * On * Lk * Tx * Rx * 10/100 Yellow LEDs: * Temp * Humidity * Airflow * Contact * Sound * Crawlers * External (WallBotz 310, WallBotz 400, and RackBotz 400 only) Note which LEDs are illuminated on your appliance and then refer to the following table to determine potential causes and solutions.

Resolution:

Illuminated LEDs Problem Solution
ON & LK If the On and LK LEDs are lit, your appliance is functioning normally. These light should remain lit up while the appliance is plugged in. Not Applicable
Temp only The appliance boot loader has failed. Specifically the checksum for the boot ROM is faulty. Return the appliance to NetBotz; contact NetBotz support for instructions.
Humidity Only The firmware failed its checksum. Return the appliance to NetBotz; contact NetBotz support for instructions.
Airflow only The onboard RAM is faulty Return the appliance to NetBotz; contact NetBotz support for instructions.
Contact only The real-time clock failed. Return the appliance to NetBotz; contact NetBotz support for instructions.
Temp, Humidity, & Contact The appliance detected a problem while testing the sensors. Specifically, the analog-to-digital converter is out of calibration. Cycle the appliance power, which may cause the appliance to reset itself. If this does not work, contact NetBotz support for instructions on return or possible recalibration.
Temp, Humidity, Airflow, & Contact The camera failed to initialize. Cycle the appliance power, which may cause the appliance to reset itself. If this does not work, contact NetBotz support for instructions.
Contact & Temp The Ethernet MAC hardware failed its loopback test. Cycle the appliance power, which may cause the appliance to reset itself. If this does not work, contact NetBotz support for instructions.
Contact & Humidity The Ethernet PHY hardared failed its loopback test. Cycle the appliance power, which may cause the appliance to reset itself. If this does not work, contact NetBotz support for instructions.

What are the part numbers for the red and green LEDs used on the S-Flex enclosed drives?

Issue:
Part numbers for the red and green LEDs used on the S-Flex enclosed drives.

Product Line:
S-Flex 212 and 21

Environment:
All

Cause:
Replacement green and red leds.

Resolution:
Spare Light part numbers:
80462-110-01 Red Led
80462-109-01 Green Led

See table on page 101 of the attached S-Flex Manual.

Is there a dimmer for LED Lighting avaliable?

Yes they are avaliable in the normal 30 mechanism and/ or 40 mechanisms.
The part numbers are 32ELEDM and 4062ELEDM.
The 32ELEDM is designed for the standard range plates wherefore the 4062ELEDM are designed for the Saturn/ Zen range.
These LED Dimmers have been designed to do one thing, and do it well. Using advanced trailing edge dimming technology, they provide full control of dimmable LEDs, incandescent lighting and electronic transformer based low voltage lighting.
The LED Dimmer has an optimised dimming range and offers smooth control of dimmable LEDs.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/LEDdimmer#.VmjZseL29Gk
 

Where can I get a copy of the CanOpen manual for the Altivar Process Drives?

Issue:
Needs a copy of the CanOpen manual for the Altivar Process Drives 

Product Line:
Altivar Process Drives 
(ATV630, ATV930, ATV650, ATV950, ATV660, ATV960, ATV680, ATV980)

Environment:
All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drives 

Cause:
Need to get more detailed information on
  • Programming
  • Hardware Setup
  • Software Setup
  • Basic Settings
  • Assemblies
  • Profile
  • Pin Layout
  • Fieldbus Status LEDs
  • Diagnostic and Troubleshooting

Resolution:
Altivar 600
https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/EVA64333/

Altivar 900

https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/NHA80945/

How can I troubleshoot the LEDs for the Altivar Process Drive when I am trying to communicate to it over CanOpen network?

Issue:
How can I troubleshoot the LEDs for the Altivar Process Drive when I am trying to communicate to it over CanOpen network?

Product Line:
Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930, ATV650, ATV950, ATV660, ATV960, ATV680, ATV980)

Environment:
All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive

Cause:
N/A

Resolution:

What are the potential results of using a Smart-UPS with X-10 equipment?


Issue:

What are the potential results of using a Smart-UPS with X-10 equipment?

Product Line:

Smart-UPS

Environment:

All models, All Serial Numbers

Cause:

Product Information and Application

Resolution:
What is X-10 technology? It is a home control system that sends high frequency

electrical signals that ""piggy-back"" the AC line to control common household

items such as lights and appliances.



The use of such technology does not adversely affect APC UPSs. However, a UPS

or surge suppressor may absorb or filter out X-10 signals as UPSs and

suppressors treat these signals as noise. The result, then, is that some X-10

equipment may cease to receive signals.



A possible solution is to install an X-10 isolator which prevents a UPS from

filtering out these signals. One commercial solution is currently available

from WWW.Smarthome.com. It is called a ""noisy device filter""




 

Using a UPS with X-10 Equipment

Issue:

X-10 technology is a home control system that sends high frequency electrical signals that ""piggy-back"" the AC line to control common household items such as lights and appliances.

Product Line:

SurgeArrest, Back-UPS and Back-UPS PRO

Environment:

N/A

Cause:

APC devices are designed to filter out EMI (Electro Magnetic Interference) and RFI ( Radio Frequency Interference), which the X-10 technology appears to be when applied to the device.

Resolution:

The use of such technology does not adversely affect APC UPSs. However, a UPS or surge suppressor may absorb or filter out X-10 signals as UPSs and suppressors treat these signals as noise. The result, then, is that some X-10 equipment may cease to receive signals.

A possible solution is to install an X-10 isolator which prevents a UPS from filtering out these signals. One commercial solution is currently available from www.SmartHome.com. It is called a "noisy device filter".
 

What is ATV71 fan control board part number and troubleshooting LEDs.

Issue:
ATV71 Fan control board part number and troubleshooting LEDs.

Product Line:
Alitvar ATV71 High HP

Environment:
All

Cause:
There are two troubleshooting LEDs on the fan control board.

Resolution:
See the attached file to see the LED troubleshooting codes.

Please note that the following drives have the fan control board.

Frame size 10 is ATV71HC11N4 and ATV71HD75M3X
Frame size 11 and 12 are ATV71HC13 thru HC16N4
Frame size 13 and 14 are ATV71HC20N4 thru HC40N4
Frame size 15 is ATV71HC50N4

 
Frame size 10,11 and 12
1 Fan control board (VX5A1400)
1 Heat sink fan (VZ3V1212)

Fame size 13
1 Fan control board (VX5A1400)
2 Heat sink fans (VZ3V1212)

Frame size 14
2 Fan control boards (VX5A1400)
3 Heat sink fans (VZ3V1212)

Frame size 15
2 Fan control boards (VX5A1400)
4 Heat sink fans (VZ3V1212)

Will MPPT80 generate ground fault with floating array?

Will MPPT80 generate ground fault with floating array?



 
Issue:

Installation may require floating array

Environment:

HV solar controller

Resolution:
 


On pg.2-8 of the installation guide, it states the MPPT80 can detect a ground fault when using ungrounded array :

 


For ungrounded arrays, the unit detects the resistance between the

 


array and ground, and it indicates a fault if the resistance is too low. The unit is

 


configured at the factory for an ungrounded PV array connection. For both types

 


of ground fault protection, if the unit determines that a ground fault has occurred,

 


it will cease operating and will indicate a fault on the unit's display and over the

 


Xantrex Xanbus? network (if used).

 



Cause:

Ground fault detection circuitry is active when using ungrounded array. Both polarities must be fused externally, a single disconnect (SquareD H361) may be utilized (see attached)

How to control the Com3 (HMI) power on Scadapack3xx?

Use the Default registers of the Scadapack 350 in Telepace Studio and the Controller LED power settings registers.

The Controller LED Power Settings module provides control of the power settings for the controller LEDs. The state of the assigned coil register is the default state for the LED power. The time to return to the Default State is contained within the assigned holding register.

The registers are initialized with the current value of the module parameters on power-up, and when the Register Assignment is downloaded to the controller. Thereafter the module parameters are updated continuously with data read from the assigned registers.

Time in minutes to return to the default state. Default value is 5 minutes.
Using the Sample attached Telepace Studio program.
In a minute the LED power will turn OFF. To control the COM3 HMI power in the Scadapack 350 Defaul register is digital output register 11 and to monitor is address digital input 10013.

ENM 7.0 Hot Standby WebUI DB exception when Importing Settings onto Secondary Machine

Goals and Symptoms

Symptoms:
After Importing ENM Hot Standby Settings onto Secondary Machine, and pressing "Apply Changes" in the Hot Standby tool, WebUI DB exceptions continue to appear in ENM Diagnostic Log

Exception:
HandlingInstanceID: 441ca05d-6192-4280-b50b-af5ad96c248b An exception of type 'System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException' occurred and was caught. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
09/09/2013 11:45:56 Type : System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException, System.Data, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089

Message: The INSERT statement conflicted with the FOREIGN KEY constraint "FK_UI_WEB_USER_PREFERENCES_UI_WEB_USERS". The conflict occurred in database "PLES_AEHistory", table "dbo.UI_WEB_USERS", column 'User_ID'. The statement has been terminated.

Source: .Net SqlClient Data Provider Help link : Errors : System.Data.SqlClient.SqlErrorCollection Class : 16 LineNumber : 22 Number : 547 Procedure : usp_UI_Web_Set_User_Preferences Server : ENMSUS6SEC State : 0 ErrorCode : -2146232060 Data : System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal TargetSite : Void OnError(System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException, Boolean) Stack Trace : at System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnection.OnError(SqlException exception, Boolean breakConnection) at System.Data.SqlClient.SqlInternalConnection.OnError(SqlException exception, Boolean breakConnection) at System.Data.SqlClient.TdsParser.ThrowExceptionAndWarning() at System.Data.SqlClient.TdsParser.Run(RunBehavior runBehavior, SqlCommand cmdHandler, SqlDataReader dataStream, BulkCopySimpleResultSet bulkCopyHandler, TdsParserStateObject stateObj) at System.Data.SqlClient.SqlC

Causes and Fixes

Cause:
This issue is caused by the ENM UI being open while changes are made to the database by the Hot Standby Tool.

Fix:
If exceptions are already occurring, exit out of Internet Browser (close all windows) and reopen. Exceptions will cease to be generated. If the Import task must be performed again, close all open Internet browser windows before applying changes in Hot Standby.

Note: The attachment shows a screen shot of the error.

Attachments

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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL212537 V1.0, Originally authored by MiZe on 09/19/2013, Last Edited by MiZe on 09/19/2013
Related ranges: Paging Module

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 do the 7300, 7330, and 7350 LEDs mean?

All LEDs are found on the back plate of the meter, except the two Ethernet LEDs, which are found on the left side (if you are facing front of meter).
LED Color Function

  • L1 Red: pulses once for every 1.8 Wh of energy measured
    L2 Red: links slowly to indicate CPU operation. It blinks rapidly to indicate communications through one of its serial ports
    Ethernet LINK Yellow: remains on while an Ethernet carrier is present; if this LED is off, the Ethernet connection cannot be established
    Ethernet ACTIVITY Yellow: blinks to indicate Ethernet traffic
    DE Yellow: indicates communications between the Master and the meter have been established (Profibus model only)
    PWR Red: shows that the meter is powered (Profibus model only)




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Last Revised: October 30, 2007
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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL189022 V1.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 11/09/2007, Last Edited by KBAdPM on 11/09/2007
Related ranges: ION7300

What is the part number for the new led dimmer mechanism?

There are two new dimmer mechanisms. The 4062ELEDM is for the Saturn Series, an the 32ELEDM is for the Standard range (i.e. 2000, C2000).
Features and benefits are:
  • Optimised dimming range with smooth LED control
  • Short circuit and thermal overload protection
  • Suitable for 1-way or 2-way switching
  • Soft start for smooth turn on and prolonged lamp life
  • Available in standard ranges (30 mech platform) and Saturn series (with additional knob kit for Saturn Zen)
  • Visit clipsal.com/loads for recommended loads

Clipsal LED Dimmers have been designed to do one thing, and do it well. Using advanced trailing edge dimming technology, they provide full control of dimmable LEDs, incandescent lighting and electronic transformer based low voltage lighting.
The LED Dimmer has an optimised dimming range and offers smooth control of dimmable LEDs.


For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/LEDdimmer#.VmZkT-L29Gk
 

Why is there a voltage present at the terminals of the open contact of an IHP digital time clock.?

The new generation programmable time switches (CCT15720, CCT15721, CCT15722, CTT15723, CCT15850, CCT15851,CCT15852, CCT15853, CCT16650 and CCT15652) integrate the O-crossing technique. This is an electronic procedure enabling the circuit to be opened at zero current, which enables the electromechanical contact to be operated off-load.

This is used to avoid the inrush currents of certain loads, particularly lighting.

This solution involves a low leakage current traveling through the electronics which generates residual voltage at the contact terminals, even when open. This can cause problems when very low loads (small relays, LEDs, etc.) are operated, as the receiver may be "held on" by this spurious voltage. 

Note:
For this type of application (low load), a conventional electromechanical programmable time switch should be used.

Samsung Lithium Ion Battery; alarm status-LED indication


Issue:
Samsung Lithium Ion Battery; alarm status-LED indication
 
Product line:
Samsung Lithium Ion Battery
 
Environment:
All models, all serial numbers
 
 
Cause:
When the operating limits of the LIB system are exceeded, the system will protect itself from failure. System has been programmed with conditions and setpoints (e.g., over voltage, over temp) that create an Alarm or Fault state.
System provides indications and information about its health and operational status via LEDs on the BMS.
 
Resolution:
See chart below of alarm LEDs:
 
 
 
Resetting the System:
Reset system after release conditions are met by pressing and holding RESET button for 3-to-5 seconds on the SMPS assigned as System BMS.
 
 If you cannot reset the alarm condition or require further support please call Schneider Electric Technical Support 877-537-0607 

 

Video: Automatic Transfer Switch (AP44XX) front panel LEDs explained

Issue:
This FAQ document explains the behavior of the LEDs located on the front panel of the fourth generation rack automatic transfer switches (ATS).


Product Line:
4th Generation Rack Automatic Transfer Switch models: AP4421, AP4422, AP4423, AP4424, AP4430, AP4431, AP4432, AP4433, AP4434, AP4450, AP4452, AP4452J, AP4453.


Environment
  • All firmware revisions
  • All serial numbers

Cause:
Request to explain the behavior of the LEDs and functionality of the Preference button located on the front side of the ATS.


Resolution:
Refer to Picture 1 and Table 1 for a detailed description on the LEDs and Preference button located on the front panel of the ATS unit.
 
Picture 1
 
Item Function
(1)   Preference A/B Button Press to set a preferred source: the first press sets source A, the second press sets source B, and the third press sets no preference.
(2) Source A and B LEDs Indicate preferred source. If no source is preferred, both LEDs are illuminated. You can also see the preferred source on the LCD Display.
(3) Input Connector LEDs Provide information about input voltage from each source. If the RMS input voltage and measured frequency are within the selected tolerance range, the corresponding indicator will be illuminated. In a normal operating condition (full source redundancy) both sets of LEDs are illuminated.
(4) Output Connector LEDs Indicate which source is being used for the output (only one path will be illuminated at any time). Together, the Source Preference LEDs, the Connector LEDs, and the Output LED show the power flow through the ATS.
(5) Output LED Shows that voltage is available at the output for the ATS.
Table 1

The video embedded below shows the front panel LED behavior as explained above and demonstrates the switching between the input sources by using the Preference A/B Button (in the first half of the video), ATS switching functionality in case of a failed input source (01:04) and preferred source switching functionality (01:17).
For more information about the ATS switching functionality please see FAQ FA327612.

   

Does the SEPAM MES 114/120 I/O module have analog input availability?

The Sepam MES114/120 I/O module does not have an input that can monitor the value of an analog signal generated from an external power source. The Sepam I/O modules are designed to detect status changes of a circuit breaker, contactor, plc, etc....., and will output a "0" or "1", depending on the condition of the input signal. The MES114 I/O module (compatible w/ Series 20/40) has up to 10 input connections and the MES120 (compatible w/ Series 80) has up to 14 input connections.
The Accessory MES114 and MES 120 can be used only in Logical Status

The MES114 module, on the other hand, will accept analog input signals, but the input APS_SENSORS will only detect whether the status of the analog signal is high "1" or low "0" depending on a certain threshold. These thresholds can be located in the characteristics section of the MES114 install sheet:


For a 110 V AC analog signal, a signal greater than 88V will force a "1" state and a signal less than 22V will force a "0" state.
For a 220 V AC analog signal, a signal greater than 176V will force a "1" state and a signal less than 48V will force a "0" state.

These input status changes can then be used by the Sepam relay to influence control logic, display alarm messages & LEDs, trigger waveforms or open & close relay outputs.

Nevertheless sepam can use the Accessory MSA 141 to manage an Analogic Output

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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL203471 V1.0, Originally authored by MiZe on 09/21/2010, Last Edited by MiZe on 09/21/2010
Related ranges: Sepam accessories
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