Sundry Items, Circuit Identification Products, Removable Plug

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Sundry Items, Circuit Identification Products, Removable Plug

Item Number: 30P-WE

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Specifications

Design

Range of product

Standard Series

Product brand

Clipsal

Device application

circuit identification

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Depth

10 mm

Length

21 mm

Width

21 mm

REACh Regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

EU RoHS Directive

Compliant

Mercury free

Yes

RoHS exemption information

Yes

China RoHS Regulation

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

Environmental Disclosure

ENVPEP120506EN

Others

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Weight

4 g

Package 1 Height

2.2 cm

Package 1 width

0.9 cm

Package 1 Length

2.1 cm
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Common issues found in ClearSCADA Mobile

This article goes over some common issues that one might encounter when configuring ClearSCADA Mobile and provides some basic steps to troubleshoot these issues. In addition, please familiarize yourself with ClearSCADA Mobile system requirements to make sure your ClearSCADA Mobile runs in the  supported environment.
 

Connection to ClearSCADA Mobile times out or an internal error reported:


This may be caused by the following issues:

1. The mobile device is not on the same network or routing is not implemented/configured correctly. One could check the Internet Information Server (IIS) log files which are usually located in "C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles". The IIS logs should record connection attempts similar to below with timestamp in UTC if the mobile device is able to reach Mobile Server. Due to the way the IIS logs operate, new entries might be delayed for up to a few minutes.

2015-10-29 15:09:40 192.168.159.149 GET /mobile/service.svc/v1/..................

To resolve this issue, make sure that mobile devices are connected to the same network as ClearSCADA Mobile if no routing is implemented. If there is routing in place, check the configuration of the router(s).

2. Incorrect connection information is provided. Make sure the connection information the mobile device is configured to follow the general format below. Depending on the situation, one either needs to specify the IP address/Name and the port of the server running ClearSCADA Mobile or the IP address/Name and the port of the router.

  • <server IP or server name or URL>:port 

3. Communication ports get blocked by a firewall. Make sure the ClearSCADA Mobile port and the listening port between ClearSCADA Mobile and ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server are both configured to allow communication. To find out what ports ClearSCADA Mobile uses check the following:

  • Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager on the machine hosting ClearSCADA Mobile, select ClearScadaMobile site (ClearSCADA if using ClearSCADA 2015 R1) and click on Bindings. The HTTPS port displayed in Bindings is being used for communication between mobile devices and ClearSCADA Mobile. The default port is 443 in all versions of ClearSCADA except for ClearSCADA 2015 R1. It is port 453 in ClearSCADA 2015 R1.
  • Right click on the ClearSCADA Server Icon found on the machine hosting ClearSCADA Server itself, navigate to Configuration -> System Configuration -> Mobile and locate Port. This port is being used for communication between ClearSCADA Mobile and ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server. The default port is 8008.

4. The ClearScadaMobile web-site is not running on the server. Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager and make sure the ClearScadaMobile site is running as shown below.

5. Check whether the "ClearSCADA Mobile Settings Service"  (named "ClearSCADA Mobile Server" in ClearSCADA 2014 and 2013, and "ClearSCADA Web and Mobile Settings Service" in ClearSCADA 2015 R1) service is running on the machine hosting ClearSCADA Mobile. In addition, make sure the "ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server" service is running on the machine hosting ClearSCADA Server. If ClearSCADA Mobile and ClearSCADA Server run on the same machine, both services should be present on it.

6. HTTP Activation is not installed as a part of WCF Services as per below. 



ClearSCADA Mobile Connection Port used by another application:


An issue will arise when ClearSCADA Mobile is configured to use the same port that is already in use by another application. The default connection port for ClearScadaMobile is 443 in all versions of ClearSCADA except for ClearSCADA 2015 R1. It is port 453 in ClearSCADA 2015 R1. To check what port ClearSCADA Mobile is configured to, launch the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager, select ClearScadaMobile site (it is called ClearSCADA in ClearSCADA 2015 R1), click Bindings and see what port is specified for HTTPS connections. If the port configured for the HTTPS connection is being used by another application, change the HTTPS port for ClearSCADA Mobile to a vacant port. Once the change to the port is made, the ClearScadaMobile site needs to be restarted. There might also be a need to reconfigure the SSL certificate for the newly assigned HTTPS port.



Mobile User not created in the ClearSCADA database:


Make sure that users configured in ClearSCADA Mobile have also been configured in the ClearSCADA database - the user names are case sensitive and must be match. Otherwise, users will not be able to access the ClearSCADA database when logging in through ClearSCADA Mobile.

Mismatch in System Name:


Make sure that the same System is specified in ClearSCADA Mobile Configurator and in "Server Configuration -> System Configuration -> Mobile".



Mobile Companion Server not installed (does not apply to ClearSCADA 2015 R1):


ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server must be installed separately from ClearSCADA Mobile except for ClearSCADA 2015 R1. ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server must be installed on the machine hosting the ClearSCADA database which might or might not be the same machine hosting ClearSCADA Mobile. To install ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server, run ClearSCADA Installer and select "Install ClearSCADA" as opposed to "Install ClearSCADA Mobile". Select "Modify" and locate "Mobile Companion" under "Server" group. Continue with the installation process. Once the installation is completed, check to see if the ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server service is running.



Configuration Mismatch in Listening Ports (applies to ClearSCADA 2013 and 2014 only):


It is possible that ClearSCADA Mobile and ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server are configured to different listening ports which results in no communication between the two. The listening port of Mobile Companion can be checked from "ClearSCADA Configuration -> System Configuration -> Mobile -> Port".

The listening port configured in ClearSCADA Mobile can be checked as well. Go to ClearSCADA Mobile installation folder - the default directory is "C:\Program Files\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA Mobile", go into "Server" and open up ClearScadaMobileServer.exe (with Notepad for example):

What is the difference between Variable Torque and Constant Torque for AC Drive ratings?

Issue:
Variable Torque vs Constant Torque on AC drives. 

Product Line:
All Altivar ATV drives

Cause:
Application notes about VT and CT loads

Resolution:

VARIABLE TORQUE LOADS:
Variable Torque Loads
Many types of loads require reduced torque when driven at speeds less than the base speed of the load. Conversely, such loads may require increased torque when driven at speeds greater than the base speed of the load. These are classified as variable torque loads. Many variable torque loads decrease with the square of the speed. This is characteristic of centrifugal pumps, and certain types of fans and blowers. Typically, as the speed decreases, the torque decreases with the square of the speed and the horsepower decreases with the cube of the speed.

CONSTANT TORQUE LOADS

With constant torque loads, the torque loading is not a function of speed. Typical applications are: Traction drives, Compressors, Conveyors, Positive displacement pumps, Mixers and Hoists. As the speed changes, the load torque remains constant and the horsepower changes linearly with speed. Constant torque loads cause motors to draw relatively high current at low speeds when compared to variable torque applications. This is why the same size drive may have a lower HP rating for Constant Torque applications.

What are the input circuit requirements for an EV Charging Station?

Issue:
What are the feeder circuit requirements for an EV Charging station?

Product Line:
PTEVC - ELECTRICAL VEHICLE

Resolution:
The EVlink series of Level 2 charging station require a 40A, non-GFI type breaker for each charging outlet.  #8 wire is required (L1, L2, and GND).  For dual outlet charging stations, two 40A non-GFI breakers will be required (one for each charging outlet).  A neutral connection is not required for EVlink stations.
A 40A circuit breaker is required as the continuous output current from the charging station can be as high as 30A. 
The wiring dagram for a single outlet charging station is shown in the figure below.
EVlink Basic Wiring Diagram
Click the link for more information on EVlink Electric Vehicle Products

Is there a phase rotation parameter on the ATV312?

Issue:
Phase rotation parameter on the ATV312 

Product Line:
ATV312

Environment:
All serial numbers, all model numbers.

Cause:
Run forward command results in motor running in reverse rotation.

Resolution:
No, the ATV312 does not have a phase rotation parameter.  Typically, correction of rotation is accomplished by swapping 2 motor leads at the VFD output, T1/T2/T3.
In the CtL menu, there is a Rotating Direction parameter (rot) that applies to the the remote keypad FWD/REV button only when the command channel is LCC and speed reference channel is AIU1 or LCC.


Information about the rot parameter can be found in the ATV312 Programming Manual:
https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/BBV46385/
 

Are Schneider Electric EV Charging Stations UL or cUL Listed?

Issue:
Customer is looking for UL or cUL file information.

Product Line:
PTEVC - Electric Vehicle Systems

Environment:
Production EVlink Chargers

Cause:
Information request.

Resolution: 
For our Level 2 208Y/240V stations the UL/cUL File Number is E338176.
For our Level 3 DC Fast Charger the UL/cUL File Numbers is E474462.

 

Where can I find programming assistance to set up an ATV61/ATV71 drive with an VW3A3316 Ethernet IP card using assemblies 20 and 70?

Issue:
Set up an ATV61/ATV71 drive with an VW3A3316 Ethernet IP card using assemblies 20 and 70?

Product Line:
Altivar ATV61 and ATV71 with Ethernet VW3A3316 option card.

Environment:
All

Cause:
Needs to set up an ATV61 drive with Ethernet IP card to use Assemblies 20 and 70.

Resolution:
PLC's Ethernet scanner module needs to be configured as follows
Assembly 20  2 words or 4 bytes (output table)
Assembly 70  2 words or 4 bypes (input table)
Configuration size 6
Single INT

Drives programming needs to be excactly like this there are no exceptions
Menu 1.6
Command menu
Reference 1 channel = Com card or NET
Profile= Seperate control
Command swtiching= C312
Command channel 1= Com card or NET
Command channel 2= terminal control
Reference 2 swtiching= C313
Reference 2 channel= AI2 or AI1 ( you choose)

Menu 1.7
Ref 1b switching = channel 1 active (applies only to the ATV61)

See the tables below for the assembly mapping for the Command word and for reading the ETA status.


Addtional important information about setting the speed referece from the network.


 
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