2000 Series Flush Surround 1 Gang, Horizontal Mount, Curved Sided, Standard Pattern

2000 Series Flush Surround 1 Gang, Horizontal Mount, Curved Sided, Standard Pattern | WE

Item Number: 2000-WE

The Clipsal 2000 Series 2 pole Single Switched Outlet is a versatile and aesthetically pleasing socket. The outlet is rated 10A, 250V and the unique grid assembly and surround has a gloss finish and rounded edges, making it easy to keep clean.

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Barcode

Qty UoM EAN Colour
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Specifications

Design

Range of product

Series 2000

Product brand

Clipsal

Surface finish

brilliant

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Mounting position

horizontal

Device mounting

flush

Type of installation

indoor

Depth

13 mm

Length

116 mm

Width

76 mm

Reach regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

Eu rohs directive

Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)

Mercury free

Yes

Rohs exemption information

Yes

China rohs regulation

Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

Environmental disclosure

ENVPEP120506EN

Circularity profile

N/A

Material

Material

plastic

Others

Package 1 bare product quantity

1

Unit type of package 1

PCE

Number of units in package 1

1

Package 1 height

1.3 cm

Package 1 width

7.6 cm

Package 1 length

11.6 cm

Package 1 weight

20 g
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the difference between a Transformer's "temperature rise" and its "insulation class"?

Issue:
Explanation of the difference between temperature rise and insulation class specifications.

Product Line:
LV Transformers

Environment:
Applies to Low Voltage Transformers by SquareD/Schneider Electric

Cause:
Transformer Temperature Rise and Insulation Class are two different technical attributes

Resolution:

This question has come up because NEC 450-21(b) requires Transformers larger than 112.5 kVA to be installed in fire resistant construction unless the insulation class is 155 or higher.

The insulation system of a Transformer is rated in degrees Celsius at its maximum temperature rating (the Class number = the degree C of the insulation system; example, a Class 220 insulation system is rated for 220°C) Transformers have either a Class 220 (former designation "H") Class 180 (former designation "F",) Class 150 (former designation "B") or Class 105 (former designation "A") Some smaller manufacturers may also use a Class 200 (former designation "R").

The temperature rise of a Transformer is the average temperature rise that will occur in the coils during normal full load.

The insulation system <> standard temperature rise relationships are:
Class 220 <> 150 degree Celsius rise
Class 180 <> 115 degree Celsius rise
Class 150 <> 80 degree Celsius rise
Class 105 <> 50 degree Celsius rise

A Transformer with a Class 220 insulation system can be designed for a maximum temperature rise that is lower than the standard 150 degree Celsius. It can be designed for either 115 or 80 degree Celsius rise. As well, a Class 180 insulation system Transformer can be designed with 80 degree Celsius rise. Class 150 and 105 transformers are not typically designed for other than their standard temperature rise.

Since all Square D low voltage dry type Transformers larger than 112.5kVA are built with a 220 degree Celsius insulation system, exception #2 under NEC 450-21(b) applies.




 

Video: Firmware upgrade on a PM800, PM5XXX, PM200, PM700, CM4000/T, CM3000 and CM2000 series meters using DLF-3000

Issue
How to upgrade the firmware on a PM800, PM5XXX, PM200, PM700, PM600, CM4000/T, CM3000 and CM2000 series (Powerlogic) meter.

Product Line
PM600 series power meter
PM700 series power meter
PM800 series power meter
PM5000 series power meter
CM4000 series power meter
CM3000 series power meter
CM2000 series power meter

Environment
Firmware Upgrade

Resolution
*Warning: The firmware utilities listed here can cause permanent damage to your product if applied incorrectly. Before downloading any firmware updates, verify the firmware you are downloading is appropriate for the specific model number of your product. If you have any doubts, contact Technical Support for guidance.* 

*Warning: Devices should be disconnected from all monitoring software before performing a firmware upgrade*

Reference the embedded video and attached documents for detailed instructions when using DLF-3000 to upgrade CM4000, PM800, and PM5000 series meter firmware.

The attached procedure is specific to upgrading firmware on the PM800 and PM5000 meters, however the concept and guidelines will be similar for the following meter types in the Powerlogic family:
CM4000 Series
CM3000 Series
CM2000 Series
PM800 Series
PM600 Series 
PM5000 Series
  • To upgrade a CM4000/4250, load the firmware files in the following order using DLF-3000:
1- CM4_DL_XXXXX.fw
2- CM4_OS_XXXXX.fw
3- CM4_LL_XXXXX.fw

If it is a CM4000T, install CVMT_OS_XXXXX.fw after upgrading the CM4_LL_XXXX.fw file.
  • To upgrade CM3000 series, load the firmware files in the following order using DLF-3000:
1- CM3_DL_XXXXX.fw
2- CM3_OS_XXXXX.fw
3- CM3_LL_XXXXX.fw

Use the following link to download the DLF-3000 software:
DLF3000 Download

It is important to note that you need to right click and run DLF3000 as an administrator. 

The following links is to the latest firmware for a CM4000 Series meter (v16.010) and CM4 CVMT OS_11.210:
CM4 DL 13.000
CM4 OS 16.010
CM4 LL 14.170
CM4 CVMT OS 11.210

The following links is to the latest firmware for a CM3000 Series meter (v15.030):
CM3 DL 12.200
CM3 OS 15.030
CM3 LL 14.170

The following link is to the latest firmware for a CM2000 Series meter (v17.011):
PowerLogic CM2000 (CM2) Firmware version 17.011 for use with DLF3000 and DLF101 (fix for rapid energy accumulation on previous versions of firmware)

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM210 Series meter (v3.150):
PM210 firmware

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM710 Series meter:
PM710 firmware (V3.150)
PM750 firmware (V3.160)

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM800 Series meter (v12.700):
PM800 firmware

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM600 Series meter:
PM600 series firmware 
**NOTE: PM600 series firmware has two options in the above link. Please confirm the correct one is used on your device with the instructions in the link.

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM5100 Series meter (v2.1.1 and v2.2.1):
PM5100 firmware

Firmware version 2.xx is not compatible with firmware version 1.xx. The following link is to the latest V1.xx firmware for a PM5100 Series meter (v1.5.4 and v1.6.4):
PM5100 V1 firmware

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM5300 Series meter (v2.1.1 and v2.2.1):
PM5300 firmware

Firmware version 2.xx is not compatible with firmware version 1.xx.The following link is to the latest V1.xx firmware for a PM5300 Series meter (v1.5.4 and v1.6.4):
PM5300 V1 firmware

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM5560 Series meter that used DLF-3000 for the upgrade (v1.01.0):
PM5560 firmware

All future upgrades past v1.01.0 use the FTP server for the upgrade. See the PM5500 User Guide Page 139 or follow FA299853.

​More Information: 
OS-Operating system;
RS-Reset system;
DL-Download system;
LL-Language Library

 

Can I combine a number of photo cells on a light sensitive switch of the IC100, IC200, IC2000, IC2000P or IC2000P+ type.

No, only one photo cell can be combined with each light-sensitive switch (IC100, IC200, IC2000, IC2000P or IC2000P+).

Can a third party photo cell be used with the light sensitive switches?

No, the light sensitive switches, such as the IC100, IC2000, IC2000P+ and IC100k, are designed to be used with the photo cells supplied with them.

Video: Basic setup of a CM2000 series meter from the front panel

Issue
Setting up the CM2000 (Front Panel)

Product Line
CM2000 meters

Environment
Front panel setup

Resolution
The following procedure describes how to setup the CM2000 series meter from the front panel.

Procedure
The following video depicts the process of accessing the meter setup mode and modifying the CT/PT ratios and communications settings.
 



Below is a description of the procedure to enter the meter setup mode and make configuration changes.
  1. Press the Mode button to change the Mode to Setup.

  2. When Config appears on the display, press the PHASE [Enter] button.

  3. When P ---- appears, enter the password by pressing the blue arrows.
    By default, the password is 0000.

  4. Press PHASE [Enter] button.
    The meter is now in setup mode, and the red LED next to AMMETER (A) [CT Primary] will blink.

  5. Press the PHASE [Enter] button to select a configuration item. The red LED next to the selected configuration item will blink.

  6. Press the SELECT METER [Value] buttons to increase or decrease the displayed value until the desired value is displayed.

  7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until all desired configuration changes have been made.

  8. When all desired changes have been made, press the MODE button once.
    The red LED next to K-FACTOR [Accept] will blink. The circuit monitor display will read NO, and the red LEDs next to the changed items will be lit.

  9. Accept or reject the changes.
    To reject the changes, press the PHASE [Enter] button once.
    To accept the changes, press the SELECT METER [Value] button to change from NO to YES, then press the PHASE [Enter] button. The circuit monitor will go through its restart procedure, indicating that the changes were made.

For more information on the configuration items, see Chapter 5 of the CM2000 Installation and Operation Manual.

Note: The circuit monitor requires that the current transformers (CT) have a 5 amp secondary and the
voltage transformers (PT) have a 120 volt secondary. The primary current and voltage transformer
ratings are entered into the circuit monitor from the front panel to ensure that the correct meter
readings are provided. If the neutral current is also being metered, the primary rating of the current
transformer (CT) used for the neutral current would also be entered into the circuit monitor from the
front panel.

The ratings for the current and voltage transformers can be found on the one-line diagrams of the
switchgear in which the circuit monitors were installed. If the circuit monitor installation was a retrofit,
then the current and voltage transformer ratings will be included with the documentation used to order
this EQUIPMENT.
Example:


*Note: the external sync pulse input via IOM module input S1 can be enabled by setting demand
interval to zero minutes