Mounting Metal Bracket, Vertical / Horizontal Mount

Mounting Metal Bracket, Vertical / Horizontal Mount

Mounting Metal Bracket, Vertical / Horizontal Mount

Item Number: 155VH

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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Product or component type

bracket

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Fixing center

84 mm

Depth

38 mm

Length

158 mm

Width

92 mm

REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

REACh free of SVHC

Yes

EU RoHS Directive

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

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

ENVPEP110719EN

Material

Material

metal

Others

Accessory / separate part category

mounting accessory

Shape

rectangular

Package 1 Weight

0.091 kg

Package 1 Height

38 mm

Package 1 width

92 mm

Package 1 Length

158 mm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the acti 9 equivelant of the 15512

The part code is A9C30211

What is the code for a spare white cover plate for the PDL650VHWH?

650VH uses the same cover as a 6 gang switch plate.

Code will be PDL686CWH.

What is the difference between the Surge Arresters reference 15597 and 16447

The difference between the Surge Arrester references 15597 and 16447 is as follows:

1.) 15597 is a PF20 3Pole Fixed type Type 2 LV Surge Arrester.
2.) 16447 is a PRD20 3Pole Withdrawable type Type 2 LV Surge Arrester. 

Both are suitable to be used in low risk level and for use in TNC Earthing systems.

The difference is that 15597 at its end of life needs to be replaced as it is Fixed type, while 16447 at its end of life can be reused by simply replacing the cartridge as it is Withdrawable type, and the other major advantage is that the wiring does not get disturbed.

Battery Discharge During Storage


Issue:

The shelf life of a UPS battery under storage conditions depends on battery ratings and ambient temperature.

Product Line:

All UPS products

Environment:

All models, All Serial Numbers

Cause:

Normal behavior.  

Resolution:

The shelf life of a UPS battery under storage conditions depends on battery ratings and ambient temperature. For each APC UPS family the expected battery discharge rate is presented for various storage conditions.

Temperature Effects:

The type of battery used in all UPS products has a "self-discharge" characteristic. This is the amount of charge the battery will naturally lose even if it is disconnected. At 20° Celsius, a battery will lose 3% of its capacity per month. However, at 40° Celsius, a battery will lose 10% of its capacity per month.


For Back-UPS, Back-UPS Office, Back-UPS AVR, Back-UPS Pro, Smart-UPS v/s:

When any of these APC UPS models has been powered "off", the battery discharge is equal to the self-discharge rate.


With Smart-UPS:
There are two ways to turn off a Smart-UPS. When applicable, if the UPS is switched off by using the rear switch, then the battery discharge is equal to the self-discharge rate. However, if the UPS is switched off with the front panel button, then the self discharge rate at 20° Celsius will increase from the natural 3% to 5% per month. The lost power goes into a small micropower circuit which is needed in order for the UPS to "remember" if it is supposed to restart automatically when the AC power is restored.


With SmartUPS RT (1kva to 10kva):

Any time a SmartUPS RT (1kva to 10kva) will be turned off without input power present, or allowed to operate in bypass for over 24 hours, the battery modules should be disconnected to prevent unnecessary discharge. Depending on the health of the batteries, they can discharge below start-up voltage (approximately 85vDC) within 72 hours if the UPS is not operating normally.


With SmartUPS RT (15kva to 20kva):

Any time a SmartUPS RT (15kva to 20kva) will be turned off without input power present, the battery modules should be disconnected to prevent unnecessary discharge. However, unlike the smaller RT units, the 15kva and 20kva SmartUPS RT's are able to charge batteries while in bypass mode.


With Matrix-UPS:

There are two ways to turn off a Matrix-UPS. If the UPS is switched off using the rear switch, then the battery discharge rate is slightly higher than the natural self-discharge rate, which is 5% at 20° Celsius. The extra power goes into "bleeder" circuits which are required to discharge the large capacitors inside the unit in order to protect service personnel.

However, if the UPS is switched off with the front touch switch, then the self discharge rate at 20° Celsius will increase from the natural 5% to 7% per month. The additional lost power goes into a small micropower circuit which is needed for the UPS to "remember" if it is supposed to restart automatically when the AC power is restored.

If a Matrix-UPS is to be stored in this condition (i.e. off) for a long period of time, it is recommended that the batteries be detached from the Matrix-UPS Electronics Unit, as this will reduce the self-discharge rate to 3% per month.


With Symmetra, Symmetra RM and Symmetra LX:

Any time a Symmetra will be turned off or allowed to operate in bypass for over 24 hours, the battery modules should be disconnected/disabled to prevent unnecessary discharge. Depending on the Symmetra model in use, batteries can discharge below start-up voltage (approximately 90vDC) within 72 hours if the UPS is not operating normally.


Bottom Line:

APC Batteries should be charged to 100% within 6 months of purchase by the end user. If the batteries are to be stored for an extended period of time after that, the following procedures are strongly recommended in order to keep the batteries from discharging beyond the safe limit:
 

  • If the ambient temperature during storage is - 15°C to + 30°C (+ 5°F to + 86°F), perform a full recharge cycle at least every six months.
  • In environments where the ambient temperature is + 30°C to + 45°C (+ 86°F to + 113°F), perform a full recharge cycle at least every three months.