No there isn't a specific batten holder as they can all be mounted on any surface surface providing it is earthed in accordance with AS3000.
Most have a rating between 150-200, the 2530 in white has a 250W rating.
Note this is a Bayonet Cap BC fitting not an Edison screw lamp holder
Yes, the fixed angle Batten Holder is a 531
. There is also an angled adaptor to suit 530 and 2530 series batten holders which is a 530AWP.
Some of the key features are:
- With built-in fastening Ppugs and screws
- Easily removable cover by 120 deg rotation and visual indicators
- Front access to terminal slots allowing easy adjustment of terminals, even after installation
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=batten%20holders&p=1
The part number A9F55320 replaces 25730.
No, the 31288 - INS630B TO 2500 FRONT STD ROTARY HANDLE does not come with a handle.
Spare handle is part code 31296 (indent)
It reads 2550 lux, if the Pot A at the fully clockwise position.
No. Unfortunately, part number is not available in Brown
The lumen output for these part are
CFT522 1440 Lumens
CFT532 2080 Lumens
CFT540 2560 Lumens
The 530 batten holder can be used in a pendant situation.
However the 530 is normally attached to a lamp shade (or equivalent) where the lamp shade takes the weight.
The 530 according to standards needs to withstand 5nm of force which equated to about 0.5kg
What is the VA rating of a 9001KM transformer light module?
9001 KM2 110-120 volt 25-30 hertz 2.2 VA
9001 KM1 110-120 volt 50-60 hertz 2.4 VA
9001 KM3 208-220 volt 50-60 hertz 2.5 VA
9001 KM4 220-240 volt 25-30 hertz 2.2 VA
9001 KM7 220-240 volt 50-60 hertz 2.0 VA
9001 KM8 277 volt 50-60 hertz 2.4 VA
9001 KM5 380-480 volt 50-60 hertz 2.8 VA
9001 KM6 550-600 volt 50-60 hertz 2.5 VA
Issue: Data retention on the XBTGT2930
Product Range: Magelis XBTGT2930 series
Resolution: The Magelis XBTGT2930 series contains a lithium-ion battery used for 512K SRAM backup. This will save all system settings such as clock, date, IP address. It is also used for application storgage for Alarms, Data Logging, Event logging, and Retentive Variables.
During the installation of SQL Server 2012 an error which states
"Access to the path 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\110\License Terms\SQLServerDenaliCTP_License_EVAL_1033.rtf' is denied." is displayed.
Microsoft SQL Server
SQL Server 2012
Access to the file identified within the error message is secured as a Read-Only file.
To rectify this error and continue with the installation, browse to the path "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\110\License Terms\" and change the property
of file "SQLServerDenaliCTP_License_EVAL_1033.rtf" to remove "Read-Only". Click on "Retry" button and the installation process will resume.
SEL 2030 devices are used to communicate with Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) relays. The relays only communicate with SEL proprietary protocol. The 2030 can convert this to Modbus for the use of PRODUCTS such as ION Enterprise 5.0.
We use the name SEL 2030 but this article also applies to other modules in this product family including the SEL 2020 and SEL 2032.
ION Enterprise 5.0 is configured to translate the Modbus data into the ION network. Within this network a Virtual ION Processor (VIP) can be used to perform logical actions based on the information obtained from the relay.
One common action is to detect a change in state of a Boolean value. A series of VIP Setpoint modules can be configured to monitor the state of each value. When the state changes the VIP Setpoint module records an event but can also be used to trigger an action.
The VIP Setpoint module shows repeated events without an actual change in the relay state. This may always appear as an OFF event.
The ION Enterprise Modbus master repeatedly asks the SEL 2030 for updates. If the SEL 2030 is providing the data directly from the port which the relay is attached to (as opposed to the port the master is attached to) then the SEL 2030 will randomly reply with Modbus exceptions. These happen when the incoming request happens at the same time as the relay is updating its information in the SEL 2030.
These Modbus exceptions may cause a VIP Setpoint module to incorrectly register an event.
There are two ways to work around this problem.
On newer SEL 2030 devices the master port can be configured to not send exceptions when it is busy. In the port set-up configure the "BUSY_DIS" setting to "Yes" from the default "No"
On all SEL 2030 devices you can use Memory Move commands to remap the individual relay's data into the memory used by the Modbus master.
Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL186793 V2.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 07/10/2007, Last Edited by DaMi on 10/28/2009
Related ranges: VIP, ION Enterprise V5.0, Modbus / JBus
Replacement interior for a 2510MBR2
Class 2510 Type M,T Manual Starters
North American Products
Replacement interior is 2510MBO2.
Powerhead for 2510MBW12?
2510 manual starters
Needs the replacement powerhead for 2510MBW12.
Part number is 3108586250
What is the replacement enclosure part number for a class 2510 type KW switch?
Class 2510 type K Manual motor starters
Replacement enclosure part number needed for 2510KW
The box only is 31056-080-51. The cover and gasket are 31057-529-52.
Confirm the series number A or series B. If the device is a (current) Series B, the box and cover can be replaced independently.
If the device is (older) Series A, both parts must be ordered. The B series has slightly different dimensions and the box or cover only will not fit the existing Series A product.
Padlocking option for 2510F and 2510K
Manual Starters and Switches
Accessories, Modifications, and Replacement Parts
2510FL1 is a handle guard kit with padlock provision for 2510F and 2510K. This can be padlocked in ON or OFF positions.
2510F/K auxiliary contact
Manual Starters and Switches
Class 2510 Type F, Type K
2510F and 2510K manual starters do not have an auxiliary contact available. The 2510M or GV2 devices are available with the option to add an auxiliary contact.
Relevant products :
The relevant products are XS inductive and XT capacitive sensors, and XU photoelectric detectors.
When connected in parallel, XS and XU products do not generate conducted or radiated electromagnetic phenomena likely to disturb their environment.
Their immunity to electromagnetic disturbance is also compliant with IEC standard 947-5-2.
5-wire sensors can be connected in parallel without any particular restrictions.
On these devices, the output and power supply circuits are separated.
The electrical isolation between the sensor and the relay contact is 1500 to 2500 V depending on the model.
The maximum voltage depending on the model is 250 V AC.
Details Returned from NetBotz Devices via Advanced Device Crawlers
NetBotz version 2 Advanced Device Crawlers.
The following information can be queried via Advanced Device Crawlers for NetBotz appliances assuming the NetBotz DDF (Device Definition File) is installed on the server appliance and the client appliance is SNMP enabled. Please note that not all information listed below is available on all NetBotz models.
- Audio Alarm
- Door Switch
- Camera Motion
How do we determine the maximum point of encoder ?
Fmax = 300 Khz
Maximum point of encoder = 5000
The formule is :
Encodeur point = 1/rpm x Fmax x 60, rpm is the speed of the motor.
Example : Motor 50Hz 2830 tr/mn using at 110Hz then 6226 tr/mn
The calcul done = 2891 it must take a 2048 point
Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL173103 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Altivar 71
If you trigger the "Execute" of the communication function blocks at the same time, there will be only one of them working, the others just come up with a fault code comm 2500 and error code 11. The point is you can not trigger multiple communication function blocks at the same time. Set up a timer and run the Read_Var or Write_Var at different period of time is the best way to do it. Check the attached sample program file for details.
What is the air filter part number for S-flex enclosures.
Fan with filter, 170 mm x 150 mm,
115 Vac, 208 V, 230 V, 460 V,
Type 1 and 12, Enclosures A and B
Fan with filter, 270 mm x 250 mm,
115 Vac, 208 V, 230 V,460 V,
Type 1 and 12, Enclosures C and D
Fan filter, 170 mm x 150 mm NSYCAF125
Fan filter, 270 mm x 250 mm
Enclosure grill filter, 270 mm x 250 mm NSYCAF223
Are the batteries in your UPS products considered to be hazardous materials?
All UPS products
All models, All Serial Numbers
No, sealed lead-acid batteries, such as the ones used in APC UPSs, are not considered hazardous shipping materials.
All the batteries APC ships meet the requirements of UN Number 2800 (""Batteries, wet, non-spillable""). The Packaging Instruction Number (PIN) is 806, but there are exceptions that apply (A48 and A67). Exception A67 reads as follows:
""Non-spillable batteries are not subject to these regulations if, at a temperature of 55 degrees C (130 degrees F), the electrolyte will not flow from a ruptured or cracked case and there is no free liquid to flow and if, when
packaged for transport, the terminals are protected from short circuit."" Since APC's batteries meet this exception, they are not subject to the dangerous goods regulations.
In the United States, the Department of Transportation has an additional requirement regarding batteries which complies with the above.
What is the battery type and technology used in APC UPS Systems?
All APC Single Phase UPS Battery systems.
All APC Single Phase UPS Battery systems.
Cause / Resolution:
APC UPS Systems use Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) batteries. VRLA batteries are designed to recombine hydrogen and oxygen and emit only extremely small amounts of hydrogen under normal operating conditions. Normal room ventilation is sufficient to remove any hydrogen, so special ventilation is not required. The electrolyte in a VRLA battery is not in liquid form but is immobilized. The most common technology, termed “Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) uses a highly porous, absorbent micro fiberglass mats that immobilize the electrolyte and prevents it from spilling. A crack or hole in the casing of a VRLA battery using AGM technology will not result in a measurable electrolyte spill. Spill containment with VRLA batteries is therefore not meaningful or appropriate.
If more detailed battery information is required, including the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) click here
XBTGT: How to connect XBTGT COM1 or COM2 to PC COM1 using Hyperterminal and ScriptDriver
It is possible to successfully set up communication between HyperTerminal and the XBTGT 2130 on both of the target's COM ports.
Using COM1 is much simpler since no signal conversion is required and you can use standard Schneider cables.
COM2 is possible, but it requires creating two custom cables and using a converter to change the signal from RS-485 to RS-232.
Details for both setups can be found in the attached Word document and sample project.
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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL192565 V1.0, Originally authored by DaBr on 08/25/2008, Last Edited by DaBr on 08/25/2008
Related ranges: Magelis XBT GT
If the data is collected on a 15 minute interval, there is no difference between rolling demand and present demand. Data that is collected on a 5 minute interval is the average of the current interval and the previous two. For example, if the data is measure at 2:00, 2:05, 2:10, 2:15, 2:20, 2:25, and 2:30, the rolling demand for 2:20 would be the average of the readings taken at 2:10, 2:15, and 2:20.
With 15 minute interval data, the 30 minute rolling demand is calculated by averaging the previous demand interval with the current one. For example, data is taken at 2:00, 2:15, 2:30, 2:45, and 3:00. The 30 minute rolling demand for 2:45 is the average of the demand readings at 2:30 and 2:45.
With 15 minute interval data, the 60 minute rolling demand is calculated by averating the current demand interval with the previous three. For example, data is taken at 2:00, 2:15, 2:30, 2:45, 3:00, 3:15, 3:30, and 3:45. The 60 minute rolling demand for 3:15 is the average of the demand readings at 2:30, 2:45, 3:00, and 3:15.
Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL198518 V1.0, Originally authored by AnVa on 05/16/2009, Last Edited by AnVa on 05/16/2009
Related ranges: Tenant Metering Software
Unable to view the System databases and other system objects in SQL Server Management Studio.
Microsoft SQL Server
SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2012, SQL Server 2014
The system objects may have been hidden. By default, SQL Server system objects are listed in Object Explorer in Management Studio.
These system objects include system database, system tables/views/procedures and so on. SQL Server Management Studio provides
an option to hide these objects from Object Explorer to prevent *accidental* use.
What is hidden by this setting:
The system objects in Object Explorer can been hidden or unhidden by following the steps below.
1. System databases (This is not hidden for SQL Server 2012)
2. System Stored Procedures
3. System Tables
4. System Views
- Open SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS)
- Click "Tools" and Choose "Options"
3. Expand "Environment" and click on "General"
In SQL Server 2012 click on Startup...
4. Select the Check or uncheck the "Hide System objects in Object Explorer" box and then Click "OK"
5. For the changes to take effect, you have to restart the SQL Server Management Studio
6. Close and reopen the SQL Server Management Studio.
Once SQL Server Management Studio reopens and connects to SQL Server Instance the System Objects will now either be visible or not visible
dependent on whether the Hide System Object box has been checked or unchecked.
M340 Unity with LxM32A via CANOPEN
M340 2030 V2, LxM32A with Node-ID2, Baudrate 125KB, Unity 4.0
Brief description of the application:
Program example with one drive. Control with the integrated visulization.
Currently it is not possible to activate several PDO which contain the same objects. E.g. it´s not
possible to activate PDO2 (Control word + Set position) and PDO3 (Control word + Set speed)
at the same time.
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The withstand insulation test voltage for optical isolation for the meters are:
6200: 4330 Vrms
73xx: 4330 Vrms
75xx/76xx: 3750 Vrms
7700: 2500 Vrms
8500/8400/8300: 5303 Vrms
8600: 3750 Vrms
8800: 3750 Vrms
Last Revised: September 21, 2007
All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric
Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL188303 V1.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 10/04/2007, Last Edited by KBAdPM on 10/04/2007
Related ranges: ION8800, ION8600, ION7550/ION7650, ION7300, ION6200, ION8500, ION8400, ION8300, ION7700, ION7500/ION7600
The purpose of this Resolution is to inform users that a problem exists when viewing STBNIP2212 web page applets using Internet Explorer 7 browsers as shown in the example below. The browser will display an X in the corner of a blank box where the applet would be.
To resolve the web page applet issue using IE7, upgrade the STNIP2212 Ethernet NIM Exec to a version 2.30 or greater.
Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL191012 V1.0, Originally authored by DaDz on 02/07/2008, Last Edited by DaDz on 02/07/2008
Related ranges: Advantys STB
The PM5500 is not reporting accurate logged demand values
The demand logging functionality was added to the PM5500 series meter with firmware version 2.30 and later
Upgrade the PM5500 series firmware in order for the demand to be logged as expected.
The latest firmware for the PM5500 is available at this link.
Options are NSY3X6625 - 600 x 600 x 250 or NSY3X7525 - 700 x 500 x 250
Looking for the watts loss on a ATS48 soft start, for calculating heat loss, for enclosure sizing.
Altistart ATS48 soft starters
Needs to know the dissipated heat loss in watts the ATS48 soft starter will produce when running at full load.
See the table below and choose the ATS48's watt loss based on if a shorting contactor is being used or not.
What are the steps for placing the BR/BX Back-UPS "LCD" unit into full time display mode?
BR/BX Back-UPS "LCD"
BR/BX Back-UPS "LCD"
1. Ensure the unit is connected to utility input power, and the power on/off switch
is turned OFF (no power is supplied to the output connectors).
2. Press the DISPLAY/HOLD TO MUTE pushbutton, and hold it in for 10
seconds. All five blocks in the Battery Capacity bar will flash OFF and ON, which
indicates the unit is in pushbutton programming mode.
Note: A rotating selection method is used that allows you to step through the
display modes using the DISPLAY/HOLD TO MUTE button until you
select the display mode you want. For example, in Power Save mode
none of the blocks are lit. If all five of the blocks are lit, it indicates
the LCD is in full time mode, and will remain on full time.
3. When you rotate through the selections and reach the display mode you want,
press and release the DISPLAY/HOLD TO MUTE button to select the display
Note: If no buttons are pushed, and no operations occur for five seconds, the
unit automatically exits pushbutton programming mode.
4. Once you have selected the desired display mode, continue with normal
Voltage 230 / 240V a.c. 50Hz
Maximum Load - 450W
Minimum Load - 20W
Voltage - 230 / 240V a.c. 50Hz
Maximum Load - 1000W
Minimum Load - 150W
The Ratings are:
Voltage - 230 / 240V a.c. 50Hz
Current - 15A Resistive, 1000W tungsten
The part number for a 96 Pole Metal Distribution Board with 18 mm poles pitch and 250 Amp Main Switch is "MB296F32"
NEMA 7/9 rated enclosure for GV manual motor starters
Tesys GV Motor Starters and Protectors
TeSys™ GV Manual Starters and Protectors
No hazardous duty enclosures are available for the GV product line.
For explosion proof applications consider the Class 2510 Type M or Type T offering.
What is the replacement enclosure for a 2510KW2C?
2510 type K manual switches
Products sold and used in the United States
There are two series of the 2510KW2C. Series A and Series B. Series A was obsoleted in January 2002.
Series B consists of a redesigned enclosure (box) and cover assembly. The physical size of the new Series B is almost identical to the Series A except for the overall width of the enclosure (box) is slightly wider - wider by only .15` (5/32`). The mounting holes for the Series B device are identical to the old Series A device.
Series B, the current offering are not interchangeable with the Series A boxes. If you have a Series A box and need parts, order a new cover and box in Series B.
The Cover is 31057-529-57. This includes the gasket.
The Box (back portion of enclosure) is 31056-080-50.
A replacement gasket only is 31056-081-01.
Description of the Network Port lights (Link/Status) on NetBotz 250
NetBotz Rack Monitor 250 (NBRK0250)
NetBotz Rack Monitor 250 (all versions)
Link (10/100) LED
The LED on the right of any network port indicates the network status.
||One or more of the following situations exist:
- The Rack Monitor 250 is not receiving input power.
- The cable that connects the Rack Monitor 250 to the network is disconnected or not functioning properly.
- The Rack Monitor 250 is turned off or not operating correctly. It may need to be repaired or replaced. Contact Customer Support at www.apc.com/support.
||The Rack Monitor 250 is connected to a network operating at 10 Megabits per second (Mbps).
||The Rack Monitor 250 is connected to a network operating at 100 Mbps.
||The Rack Monitor 250 is receiving or transmitting data packets at 10 Mbps.
||The Rack Monitor 250 is receicing or transmitting data packets at 100 Mbps.
The LED on the left side of any network port indicates the status of the appliance.
||One of the following situations exists:
- The Rack Monitor 250 is not receiving input power.
- The Rack Monitor 250 is not operating properly. It may need to be repaired or replaced. Contact Customer Support at www.apc.com/support.
||The Rack Monitor 250 has valid TCP/IP settings.
||The Rack Monitor 250 does not have valid TCP/IP settings.1
||The Rack Monitor 250 is making BOOTP requests.
|Rapidly Flashing Green
||A user initated a LED blink test from the user interface.
|Alternately flashing green and orange
||If the LED is flashing slowly, the Rack Monitor 250 is making DHCP requests.1
If the LED is flashing rapidly, the Rack Monitor 250 is starting up.
If you do not use BOOTP or DHCP server, the network settings will need to be configured manually. Instructions for manually configuring TCP/IP settings can be found in knowledge base FA381239
[Ie] rated operational current:
8 A AC 250 V
8 A DC 250 V
0.01 A DC 5 V