nipple cond pvc scr 25mm

NIPPLE COND PVC SCR 25MM

Catalogue Number: 243/25
nipple cond pvc scr 25mm
Colour: Grey
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Grey 1 PCE 1

Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Series 243
Material
PVC (polyvinyl chloride)
Connector type
thread connector
Product destination
diameter: 25-25 mm tube
Length
32-32 mm
Standards
AS/NZS 2053
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)

Frequently Asked Questions

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Is part number 260/25 available in Orange?

No. Unfortunately, the 260/25 is only available in Grey.

What would be a longer screw to suit Clipsals round j-boxes (Junction Boxes)?

The part number would be 248/20 which is a combination screw head 20MM 3/16 BSW.

Does the 1240/25 series come with gaskets?

No, they are light duty. Buy the 1240HL25 to obtain a heavy duty lid and gasket , or if gasket is required for retro fit then buy 1240GT
For more information on this product range please visit the Clipsal web site on the link provided
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=1240

Whati s pitch thread for part number 1245/25?

Pitch thread is 1.5mm

What is the part number for a plug to suit the 240/25?

The part number for a plug to suit the 240/25/3 is a 220/25.
 

Is there an extension ring to suit the 343?

Yes, there is the 93ER and also the 249/12 or 249/25.

What is the part number for 238A with 25mm spout?

The 238/25 has 1 x 25 mm spout & 2 x25 mm conduit entries.

Are the Clipsal Conduit Clips available in Electric Orange?

No, they are only available in grey.

This applies to the 280/16 (16mm), 280/20 (20mm), 280/25 (25mm), 280/32 (32mm), 280/40 (40mm) and 280/50 (50mm).

What is the standard pack size of the 262/25?

The standard pack size of the 262/25 is 50

Some of the key features are:
  • Rigid Tube
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=262/25
 

What is the part number for a surface mount enclosure to suit 319HP Pneumatic timer?

238/25 is a surface mount enclosure with 25mm end entries that will suit 319HP.

For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=238/25

What are the part numbers for the 25mm PVC saddles and spacers?

The part numbers are 261/25 for the saddles and 261S25 for the spacers. 

Some of the key features are:
  • 63mm Length x 20mm Width x 29mm Overall Height
  • 48mm Mounting Centre
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=261/25



 

Comment fonctionne les compteurs d'energie de l'ATS48.

Goals and Symptoms

Comment fonctionne les compteurs d'énergie de l'ATS48.

Causes and Fixes

Il existe 2 compteurs:

- le compteur en kW ( puissance active ) de 0 à 999 kW;
- le compteur en kW/h qui nécessite le fonctionnement du démarreur pendant au moins une heure ( pour la première ). Son échelle est de 0 à 65535, soit 7,4 années ( 7j/7 et 24h/24 ).

What are the part numbers of slip type expansion couplings?

Slip Type Expansion Couplings are available from 16mm through to 50mm.The part numbers of slip type expansion coupling are as follows:
16mm = 251/16
20mm = 251/20 *
25mm = 251/25 *
32mm = 251/32
40mm = 251/40 *
* = only available in Grey
Where long conduit runs are likely to be exposed to wide variations in temperature, it is recommended that expansion couplings be used at each join. It is not recommended that Slip Type Expansion Couplings be used where the conduit run is exposed to the weather. Standard colour is Grey (GY).
Dimension details are attached.
 

Can Power Supply ABL7RM 24025 be din rail mounted?

Yes, ABL7RM24025 can be din rail mounted, it also has 2 x 4mm panel mount holes.

 

What is the part number for the Relay and RPO connector for the Conext CL inverters?

One set of dry contact Relay and RPO connectors are provided along with the wiring box packaging.
The Relay and RPO connector is included in a plastic bag with other connectors, if it is lost, you will have to purchase another one.
The part number is 0J-0L2344 (Lit Kit IEC CL 20/25 kw Rohs package)

What are the pinouts for current inputs on the AMI0810 when using the FTW308 cable with pigtail leads ?

 

 

 
  : Here are the pin assignments for current inputs I0 - I7 when using the FTW308 cable and the BMXAMI0810 .
 
      
    Current input 0  +                   pins 1/3 blue/white & white/blue are jumped together
    Current input 0  common        pin 2 white/orange
 
    Current input 1  +                   pins 4/6  green/ white & white/green are jumped together
    Current input 1  common        pin 5 orange/white
 
    Current input 2  +                   pins 7/9 white/brown  & brown/white are jumped together
    Current input 2  common        pin 8   white/gray 
 
    Current input 3  +                   pins 10/12 blue/red & red/blue are jumped together
    Current input 3  common        pin 11 gray/white
 
    Current input 4  +                   pins 15 /17 red/ orange & orange/ red are jumped together
    Current input 4  common        pin 16 red/green
 
    Current input 5  +                   pins 18/20 brown/red & red/brown are jumped together
    Current input 5  common        pin 19 green/red  
 
   Current input 6  +                 pins 21/23 red/gray & gray/ red are jumped together
   Current input 6  common        pin 22 black/blue
 
   Current input 7  +                   pins 24/26 black/orange & orange/ black are jumped together
   Current input 7  common        pin 25 blue/black 


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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL211859 V1.0, Originally authored by DaSo on 06/21/2013, Last Edited by DaSo on 06/21/2013
Related ranges: Modicon M340

Accutech values from ModBUS are close but do not match what is on the display

Problem:

The Accutech field unit display is showing one value but the local HMI is seeing a slightly different value. The value is close but not quite the same and it doesn't seem to fluctuate or show typical noise you might see from a regular analog signal.
 

Solution 1:

One possibility is that the process value is changing faster than the modbus variables are updating. As a battery powered, wireless RF field device, certain communication delays are inherent.
  • The field unit updates it's readings based on the configured Sample Rate (SR).
  • The field unit transmits its values back to the base radio based on the configured Transmit Rate (TR).
  • The PLC or HMI will poll the base radio for data periodically based on it's polling rate (PR).
  • Any RF weakness or interference can also cause retries and resynchronizations to add additional delay.
Note: Sample Rate and Transmit Rate will affect the expected battery life for the Accutech field unit.

These delays can mean that it will take some time for a change in values to make it's way through to an HMI or PLC.
For example, assume SR = 5 seconds, TR = 20 seconds , PR = 60 seconds. The worst case scenario, would involve the process value changing at t = 0. The field unit polls the new value at t = 5 seconds, it then gets transmitted to the base radio twenty seconds alter at t = 25 seconds and the PLC polls it a minute later at t = 85 seconds. The PLC now sees the value from nearly a minute and a half ago.
 

Solution 2:

A second possibility can be caused by a mismatch in the floating-point word-order in combination with a modbus table offset.

The base radio stores its field unit process values as 32-bit floating-point numbers. By default, the base radio stores the FP low word in the low register and the high word in the higher register number (MODBUR ORDER = 3412 by default). SCADAPack RTUs store 32-bit floating point numbers with the word order swapped. That is the FP low word is in the higher register number and the FP high word is in the lower register number. This corresponds to a base radio with MODBUS ORDER = 1234.

In addition to word order, different devices use different conventions for numbering their registers.
In a Base Radio or SCADAPack RTU, the very first holding register in the table (a register offset of 0) is identified as register 40001.
For some other devices, the very first holding register in the table (a register offset of 0) could be identified as register 40000.
This discrepancy can cause the expected register addressing to be off by 1.

These two factors combined can result in seeing a process value that is close but not quite. For example:



The base radio is storing it's temperature value in registers 40015 and 40016 of the base radio and it shows the correct value of 23.33 degrees C.

In the second case with the word order swapped and looking at the register index off by 1, you could come across the value of 23.375 degrees C which is close to the expected value but not quite.

To ensure this isn't the case with a system setup, it is important to poll for all of the field unit registers and examine all of the results.

In the second case, the least significant word will always be FFFF so you won't see tiny fluctuations in the process value that you might expect for an analog value. In fct, you might not see a change until the temperature reaches 23.25 (41B9FFFF)  or 23.5 degrees (41BBFFFF).