plug top alum 32a 500v 5r pins

Metal Clad Plugs, Multi Phase, 500V, 32A, 5 Round Pin, With Plastic Screw Ring

Catalogue Number: P532
plug top alum 32a 500v 5r pins
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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  • Series P
  • Wilco
    • Product brand
      Clipsal
      [In] rated current
      32 A
      [Ue] rated operational voltage
      500 V 50/60 Hz conforming to EN 60309-2
      Voltage colour
      black
      Material
      aluminium
      Connections - terminals
      screw terminal
      Plug, socket, control station shape
      straight
      Pin arrangement
      S
      Duration
      7 h
      EU RoHS Directive
      Compliant

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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the metal plug which suits a WMC532?

      The P532 would be the correct plug to suit a WMC532, this is a 5 pin 32amp metal plug. 

       

      What is the Socket Interior for a WMB532 5 pin 32A outlet?

      The Socket Interior for a WMB532 5 pin 32A outlet is a SP-116481.

      How to Connect to a MB+ network with PW32 on a remote PC using a MBX Gateway?

      Connecting Using the MBX Gateway Driver

      Facts and Changes

      MBX Driver Suite v6.0

      Causes and Fixes

      Note: For information on how to setup the MBX Gateway Client and Server see the resolution entitled "How to connect remotely to a MB+ network via TCP/IP using the MBX Gateway driver".
      To Connect to a MB+ Network with PW32 from a remote PC via the MBX Gateway you must chose the Adapter/Device number of the MBX Gateway Client in the Communication Setup.
      First in the Project tree double click on Communications.



      Under the Modbus Plus tab type in the Adapter number of the MBX Gateway Client and the MB+ address of the PLC you wish to connect to. Hit OK and go Online to the PLC.


      What is the difference between ProWORX 32 offline/online Client and Online Only Client?

      ProWORX 32 Online Only Client (when not connected to a PLC) includes:
      Write to the PLC
      Read from the PLC
      PLC Status and Analyze Device
      Stop/Start PLC
      Change Comm. parameters.
      View documentation

      ProWORX 32 Online Only Client does not include the following unless connected to a PLC:
      Viewing and changing Traffic cop, ladder logic and register editor.
      Emulation mode is not available.
      Change/edit documentation.


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL179946 V1.0, Originally authored by DaSo on 10/04/2006, Last Edited by DaSo on 10/04/2006
      Related ranges: ProWORX

      In Proworx 32 when I select"Controller/Read" will the complete program be transferred from PLC to PC?

      Issue::   Uploading some or all of the project in the PLC.
      Product Line: Prowrox 32

      Answer: Yes the entire application program will be uploaded from the PLC to PC.  
                   You also have the option to perform a Partial Upload which would allow
                   specific portions of the application to be transferred.  (Read / Read Extended Memory)


      R-6-30-17
       

      NetBotz Central 2.x and InfraStruXure Central Support OpenLDAP and Active Directory

      Issue:

      NetBotz Central 2.x and InfraStruXure Central Support OpenLDAP and Active Directory

      Product Line:

      NetBotz Central 
      InfraStruxure Central
      StruxureWare Data Center Expert

      Environment:

      NetBotz Central version 2
      InfraStruxure Central all versions 
      StruxureWare Data Center Expert servers, all versions

      Cause:

      Alternative authentication options

      Resolution:

      NetBotz Central 2.x and InfraStruXure(ISX) Central support Active Directory or OpenLDAP integration for user profile management. The Active Directory and OpenLDAP integration allows NetBotz/ISX Central to utilize the power of centralized profile management and centralized user IDs and passwords. Users added using this manner do not inherit any rights from the LDAP or AD server, rights Within the ISXC or DCE server are assigned within the local server's user management section

      Cannot view fault on front display of MiCOM Px3x

      Issue   
      The alarm led is on but cannot read the fault/alarm by clicking the read button.

      Product Line   
      MiCOM P13x, P43x, P63x, P53x

      Environment  
      Front Face Panel

      Cause   
      The programming of the MiCOM Px3x did not have the fault/alarms setup to display by clicking the read button.

      Resolution   
      By default the MiCOM is not programmed to read the fault/alarms results by clicking the read button. There are two options to view the fault/alarms
      Option 1:
      By default the Measured fault/alarms are stored in the following locations on the front display:


      Option 2:
      The read function button can be setup to read fault/alarms.  In MiCOM S1 Studio (Easergy Studio) go to the LOC folder and click on Fct. read key.


      A pop up box will appear and this is used to setup fault/alarms that we display when clicking the read button.  
      The limitation of how many fault/alarms that can be displayed is 16. 
       

      Now if one wants to reset the fault/alarms this can be done in the same matter.  Open up MiCOM S1 Studio (Easergy Studio) and navigate to LOC and click Fct. reset key.


      Once the pop up appears select which fault/alarms one wants to reset.  Again the limitation is 16.

      Note: Be care full on which reset to select because it can clear out all of your settings.  For more information on the resets please download the Data Model Explorer for ones relay. 
       

      Setting up Peer Cop specific input and specific output in the M340 MB+ proxy TCSEGDB23F24FA.

       

      Setting up Peer Cop specific In/Out to transfer data to and from an M340 over MB+ via the TCSEGDB23F24FA.

       

      Unity Pro v4.0 thru v13 TCSEGDB23F24FA

       


      For the purposes of this resolution we will use the TCSEGDB23F24FA to have a M340 write a coil and read a register to/from a Proworx32 (PW32) programmed Quantum over MB+ using Peer Cop Specific Input and Specific Output. The M340 will write %M1 down to 00001 in the Quantum and also read 40001 from the Quantum and store it in %MW1 of the M340.

      To start in the PW32 Quantum program under config extension>Peer cop configure a specific input from the TCSEGDB23F24FA MB+ node address (in this case 53) to store the data sent from the M340 into coils 00001 - 00016. The data transferred is always packed into a word. That is why the length is 1 and 16 coils get allocated.



      Now under Specific Output configure a specific output to the TCSEGDB23F24FA MB+ node address (in this case 53) to send the data in register 40001 of the Quantum.



      Next log into the web pages TCSEGDB23F24FA with the default username/password USER/USER




      From the home page click on the setup button.







      Under Setup>M340 Interface click IP address.





      Enter the IP address of the M340 PLC or M340 NOE. Apply and save.




      Next choose Register Offsets.







      Here is where we can define the memory address in the M340 where the data will be taken from or sent to. Since the M340 does not distinguish between 0x and 1x (or 3x and 4x) notation we need away of mapping 1x and 3x registers. If you want to have the M340 read a 1x or 3x register then in this case you will need to choose a %M or %MW address 2049 or higher. So if you wanted to read register 30001 then map it to %MW2049 or above in the M340.

      Also by checking off Legacy Compatibility the registers will get shifted by 1. This is because the M340 starts address locations at 0 and the Quantum starts at 1.

      Finally you need to define an area in the M340 to hold the Peer Cop health information. Please note that this with take up 12 consecutive %MW locations (in this case %MW3073 - 3085). If the health status is not available then the TCSEGDB23F24FA will not transfer any Peer Cop data.

      Apply and save.




      Minimize the TCSEGDB23F24FA webpages and open the M340 configuration in Unity.





      Under the configuration tab confirm that you have enough memory address allocated to cover what you put into the TCSEGDB23F24FA webpages.






      Open the TCSEGDB23F24FA webpages and under setup chose Specific Output.





      Scroll down to the MB+ address of the Quantum PLC (in this case 49). Change the data type to %M. Leave the source Ref as 1 (%M1 in the M340) and set the length to 1. The Specific Output in the TCSEGDB23F24FA must match the Specific Input of the Quantum. This will map 00001 - 00016 of the Quantum to %M1 - %M16 of the M340. Apply and save.






      Next under setup click Specific Input.




      Scroll down to the MB+ address of the Quantum PLC (in this case 49). Leave the data type as %MW and the source Ref as 1 (%MW1 in the M340). Again set the length to 1. The Specific Input in the TCSEGDB23F24FA must match the Specific Output of the Quantum. This will map 40001 of the Quantum to %MW1 of the M340. Apply and save.



      Once the Quantum, M340, and TCSEGDB23F24FA are all connected and running if you toggle %M1 in the M340 you should see coil 00001 toggle in the Quantum. Also if you put a value into register 40001 in the Quantum you should see it show up in %MW1 of the M340.


      Netbotz and FTP Return Codes

      Issue:

      Netbotz and FTP Return Codes

      Product Line:

      NetBotz

      Environment:

      NetBotz ftp codes

      Cause:

      When configuring the FTP Alert Action on a Netbotz device, the FTP server may return error codes which may viewed in the Appliance Log. The return codes may be used to further troubleshoot the problem.

      Resolution:

      The return codes for FTP servers are:

      110 Restart marker reply. In this case, the text is exact and not left to the particular implementation; it must read: MARK yyyy = mmmm where yyyy is User-process data stream marker, and mmmm server's equivalent marker (note the spaces between markers and "=").

      120 Service ready in nnn minutes.

      125 Data connection already open; transfer starting.

      150 File status okay; about to open data connection.

      200 Command okay.

      202 Command not implemented, superfluous at this site.

      211 System status, or system help reply.

      212 Directory status.

      213 File status.

      214 Help message.On how to use the server or the meaning of a particular non-standard command. This reply is useful only to the human user.

      215 NAME system type. WhereNAME is an official system name from the list in the Assigned Numbers document.

      220 Service ready for new user.

      221 Service closing control connection.

      225 Data connection open; no transfer in progress.

      226 Closing data connection. Requested file action successful (for example, file transfer or file abort).

      227 Entering Passive Mode (h1,h2,h3,h4,p1,p2).

      230 User logged in, proceed. Logged out if appropriate.

      250 Requested file action okay, completed.

      257 ""PATHNAME"" created.

      331 User name okay, need password. 332 Need account for login.

      350 Requested file action pending further information

      421 Service not available, closing control connection. This may be a reply to any command if the service knows it must shut down.

      425 Can't open data connection.

      426 Connection closed; transfer aborted.

      450 Requested file action not taken.

      451 Requested action aborted. Local error in processing.

      452 Requested action not taken. Insufficient storage space in system.File unavailable (e.g., file busy)

      500 Syntax error, command unrecognized. This may include errors such as command line too long.
      501 Syntax error in parameters or arguments.

      502 Command not implemented.

      503 Bad sequence of commands.

      504 Command not implemented for that parameter.

      530 Not logged in.

      532 Need account for storing files.

      550 Requested action not taken. File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access). (550 a:: no such directory means no diskette in a: drive.)

      551 Requested action aborted. Page type unknown.

      552 Requested file action aborted. Exceeded storage allocation (for current directory or dataset). 553 Requested action not taken. File name not allowed.
       

      ACPA4000 Spare Parts List

      Issue:
      ACPA4000 Spare Parts List

      Product line:
      ACPA4000

      Environment:
      All Serial Numbers

      Cause: 
      Parts

      Resolution:
      Please contact Cooling Tech Support to confirm the part numbers before quoting as some may have changed. 888-695-6500 Option 2, Option 2, Option 2

       
      Description APC PN#
         
      ASSY PUMP CONDENSATE WITH FLOAT 0N-0228A
      CABLE POWERVIEW ACPA (cable from CAT-5e coupler to Display) 0W1621
      CAP MTL PPR 20UF 10% 370VAC -20C TO 70C (condenser) QTY 3 234-4206
      CAP MTL PPR 45UF 10% 370VAC (compressor) QTY 2 234-0456
      CASTER 50MM LOCKING (REAR) 870-3787
      CASTER FRONT BARROW (FRONT) 870-3520
      Ceiling Tile Adapter (for drop ceiling) 870-3641A
      CKT BRKR 20A 250VAC UL/VDE (Rear of the unit) 530-0850
      COIL COND 18 X 15 2ROW 14 FPI (condenser coil) 875-0428B
      COIL EVAP 14 X 13.50 2 ROW (evaporator coil) 875-0427A
      COMPLETE 872 PCB ASSY NPOLE (Barrow - Brain Board) W0P4576
      COMPLETE 873 PCB ASSY NPOLE (Powerboard - all 120v comes through here) W0P4577
      COMPLETE 878 PCB ASSY NPOLE (supply/return temperature sensor) 0P4582
      COMPRESSOR ROTARY 115/1/60 (PANASONIC style compressor) (CAT2P16S3R126B-1A) 875-3544
      Condensate Drain hose (PVC Tube .125IN ID .250IN OD) 875-0481
      Condensate Drain QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLER Sub Assembly (rear drain disconnect) 0M-2725
      Condensate Pump Door Assy (Includes Pump)[do not rma] 0M-6326A
      Condensate Pump EC-400 Little Giant (YK0501 below) (this pump only) 491-0464
      Condensate Pump Pacific Yellow PCF3000.4 (YK0501 above) (120V/230V - AutoSelect)
      (you need to ship this with the water sensor pn#W0H-0213 )
      W0N-7166
       
      Condensate Tray with Dual float (actual condensate tray) 870-3640
      Condenser Duct Tubing (Assy. Intake/Exhaust DUCT 10 FT X 8 IN) 0M-2411
      Condenser Exhaust Kit (includes hose connectors & ceiling tile) 0M-2470
      Condenser Fan (fan only) 490-1045
      Condenser Fan Box Sub Assy (fan housing assy) 0M-5034B (0M2483)
      CONN PLUG 12 POS 3.5MM (connects to Barrow Control Board) 715-0105
      DEFLECTOR ROOF ADAPTER ACPA (ceiling air deflector) 870-3662
      DISCHARGE BYPASS ADRI-1-1 _4- 0_ 75 (HGBP) W875-4198
      Duct Collars (connects ducts to the unit and ceiling) 870-3663
      Evaporator Fan Box Assy (fan only) 490-1046
      Evaporator Fan Box Sub Assy (fan w/ housing assy) 0M-5033A
      Filter 16 x 16 x 2 (air filter kit; ships w/3 filters) ACPA4000RF
      Filter 16 x 16 x 2 (individual) 875-2145
      Filter Drier (Liquid Line Filter Drier) (C-033-S) 875-2131
      Float Switch (dual floats) 540-0097
      FLOAT SWITCH, BULKHEAD MOUNT (single float) 540-0205
      HARNESS BOARD INTERCONNECT ACPA 0W1618C
      HARNESS For POWER VIEW (connects to powerview from board) 0W1623
      HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH (CO 350 PSI CI 250 PSI) 540-0087
      LABEL POWERVIEW NETWORKAIR 885-1577
      LEUR CHECK VALVE ASSEMBLY (condensate pump check valve assy) 0M-6332
      LUER CHECK VALVE ACPA (condensate pump check valve) 870-11676
      PowerView Display (a.k.a. thermostat, display, controller, interface, control pad) AP9231E
      Pwr Cord, 20A, 100-120V, C19 to 5-20 (OPTIONAL Power Cord w/out GFCI) AP9873
      Pwr Cord, 20A, 100-120V, C19 to L5-20 (OPTIONAL Power Cord) AP9874
      Pwr Cord, 20A, 100-120V, Spare Part (White w/ GFCI) 0W3401
      Pwr Cord, 3M IEC309-16A TO C19 V-LOCK (OPTIONAL Power Cord Black) 960-0121
      Quick connect for drain (condensate drain line on the rear of the unit) 0M-2726
      Quick Disconnect Body (condensate pump) 875-0854
      RELAY 120V/15A SPDT 120V COIL (Evaporator) (AZ2280-1C-120A) 450-0001
      Replacement Breaker (Unit Circuit Breaker) 530-1200
      SWITCH DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE 0-2 INWG P232 (air differential pressure switch) 540-0088
      Switch Thermal Overload Protector (for compressor pecker head) 540-0128
      TELECOUPLNG 8P8C RJ45 STRAIGHT (ethernet telecoupler) W750-0034
      Temperature & Humidity Sensor (Remote) AP9512THBLK
      TEV SPORLAN BBIVE-1-CP100-B20 (BBIVE-1-CP100-B20) 875-4199A
      TUBE TWIN INSERT 1/8" (O-ring) (condensate pump) 875-0853
      Water Carry-Over-Kit (Air Dam kit 870-0656) 0M-0844
      Water Sensor Kit For ACPA4000
      (you need to ship this with the condensate pump pn# W0N-7166)
      W0H-0213
      WIRE HARNESS 10" SMART-SLOT (connects NMC to the brain board) 0W0436
         
         
      Services Description: Price:
      1 Year Extended Warranty for NetworkAir ACPA4000 (WEXTWAR1YR-AX-12) $369.99
      LABEL HOLD FOR FAILURE ANALYSIS 885-3997