socket clock 4pin

SOCKET CLOCK 4PIN

Catalogue Number: 408/4
socket clock 4pin
Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • White Electric 1 PCE 1

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Product brand
Clipsal
Quantity per set
set of 1
Cover type
full cover plate
Marking
without marking
Local signalling
without light indicator
Device mounting
flush
Fixing mode
by screws
[In] rated current
5 A
[Ue] rated operational voltage
250 V AC
Depth
30 mm
Length
106 mm
Width
59 mm
Fixing center
84 mm
Standards
  • AS/NZS 3112
  • AS 3100
  • AS 3109
  • AS/NZS 3122:approval number S/1
    • EU RoHS Directive
      Compliant
      Environmental Disclosure
      ENVPEP130201EN
      Circularity Profile
      N/A

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      Need a socket for a 409/4 - Electric Clock Connection Accessories, Clock Point Plug 250V 5A

       Use a 408/4 - Unswitched Socket, Electric Clock Connection Accessories, Clock Point Recessed Socket 250V 5A - 4 pin.

      What is the part number of fire rated wall box to suit clock point socket 408/3 and 408/4?

      157/1F fire rated wall box will suit clock point socket  408/3 and 408/4.
      For further information, please visit: https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=157/1F

      What is the plug to suit the 408/3?

      The plug to suit the 408/3 is a 409/3.

       

      What is the code for a flush box to suit the 408/3?

      408/3 has 84mm mounting centres so can be mounted on standard clipsal flush box like the 157/1 for example.

      What is the part code for a 3 pin Clock Socket in the Clipsal range

       The part code is 408/3 - WE

      Does the Clipsal 438/2 suit the 492

      The 438/2 does suit the 492. 

      What is the SOCKET to suit 439/4?

      The socket to suit 439/4 is 410.
      For more information, Please visit:
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=410

      What is the plug to fit a 410-WE

       Part code for the Plug is 439/4

      What is the Clipsal socket to suit the 439/4 plug

      Clipsal Socket part number - 410

      What are the sockets suitable for 492-WE?

      The suitable sockets for 492-WE are :
      438/2 - extension socket
      402-WE - surface socket

      Video: How to I replace the modules in my Smart-UPS Modular UPS?

      Issue:
      Replacing modules in Smart-UPS Modular units.

      Product Line:
      Smart-UPS

      Environment:
      All "SUM" models, All Serial Numbers

      Cause:
      Smart-UPS Modular models feature user replaceable Power and Battery modules.

      Resolution:
      The following video details the installation and removal of modules in a Smart-UPS Modular UPS:

      Can I poll 6 Digit Modbus registers with Telepace Studio?

      The MSTR and MSIP use a block of registers to store their configurations.

      If the MSTR block uses register 41001 in the SCADAPack as it's configuration start register, then :

      41001 = Comm port number

      41002 = function code

      41003 = slave controller address

      41004 = slave register address

      41005 = master register address

      41006 = length

      41007 = time out in 0.1s increments

      Trying to configure the MSTR block in Telepace prevents you from putting in a slave register address greater than 49999.

      Using a PUTU block, you can put an unsigned integer in the range 40001-65535 into register 41004 to indicate the slave register address. It appears as though the program will take the value in register 40004 and subtract 40001 to determine the holding register offset that gets sent in the actual modbus message.

      For example, using PUTU to put a value of 50010 into register 40004 would then cause the MSTR block to poll for a holding register with an offset of 10009 in the message which would correspond with a 6 digit address of register 410010.

      The largest unsigned integer you could put into register 40004 would be 65535, which would correspond with a 6-digit modbus holding register of 425535.



       

      InfraStruXure Central 6.0 shows un-localized text in Server Administration Settings Time Zone drop down box when using Brazilian Portuguese or Russian.

      Issue:

      InfraStruXure Central 6.0 shows un-localized text in Server Administration Settings Time Zone drop down box when using Brazilian Portuguese or Russian.

      Product Line:

      InfraStruXure Central

      Environment:

      InfraStruXure Central 6.0 and higher

      Cause:

      Due to a bug in Java, the Time Zone drop down box in ISXC 6 console will not show as Brazilian Portuguese or Russian. This defaults to English.

      https://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=6638110

      Resolution:

      There is no resolution at this time.

      What is the part number for the lever and spring on right side of the Masterpact NT breaker?

      Issue:
      Need a spare part.  What is the part number for the lever and spring on right side of the Masterpact NT breaker?

      Product Line:
      Masterpact NT, ANSI kit

      Environment:
      Drawout breaker only.
      The part can only be ordered by Schneider Services organization.

      Cause:
      Lever and spring has come off the breaker, or has been damaged.

      Resolution:
      The part is called the "ANSI kit" and is part number 48804.  The part can only be purchased and installed by Schneider Services.


      What are the differences between M221 PLC book and M221 PLC Controller?

      Regarding your inquiry about the differences between M221 PLC book and Controller, please check the following points:
      • M221 book requires minimal installation space;
      • M221 supports both 100-240VAC and 24VDC power supply while M221 book only support 24VDC;
      • As you have mentioned, M221 supports up to 40I/O while M221 book support up to 32 I/O;
      • M221 provides removable screw terminal block, M221 book provides removable screw terminal block or spring terminal block (Reference ending in letter G);
      • One obvious difference between M221 and M221 book is M221 supports cartridge slots which makes M221 capable to adopt the cartridge modules such as analog IO and serial communication, etc. 

       

      PowerChute Business Edition: Security Alert when “Launching programs and files in an IFRAME” in IE is disabled.

      Issue:
      Security Alert when “Launching programs and files in an IFRAME” in Internet Explore has been disabled.

      Product:
      PowerChute Business Edition

      Environment:
      Windows Internet Explore

      Cause:
      “Launching programs and files in an IFRAME”  has been disabled

      Solution:

      If “Launching programs and files in an IFRAME” is disabled in Internet Explorer, a Security Alert is displayed when you try to log on to PowerChute Business Edition Agent.
      If “Launching programs and files in an IFRAME” is disabled, enable it. For Internet Explorer 9.0, you enable it as follows:
      1)     Select Internet Options on the Tools menu in Internet Explorer.
      2)     On the Security tab, open the list of custom level settings.
      3)     Under Miscellaneous, enable “launching programs and files in an IFRAME.

      Does the 554C4 have new 4 single screw connectors instead of the original two screw connectors?

      Over the coming months, the terminal connectors supplied with a number of Electrical Accessories will be changing. These changes are:
       
      1. The screw type in the connector will suit either a No. 2 Philips Drive or a No 1 Square Drive screwdriver.
       
      1. Terminal connectors will now be square wrapper design, ensuring reliable connection.
       
      1. All connectors will now be supplied with single screw. This is fully compliant with AS/NZS3000:2007 as per clause (d) below from sub-section 2.9.4. for active, neutral and earth connections.
      (d) a neutral conductor used as a combined protective earthing and neutral (PEN) conductor for protective earthing of any portion of an electrical installation, the terminal shall be of a type having—
      1. two screws; or
      2. one screw with an outside diameter not less than 80% of the tunnel diameter.
       
      The terminal connectors being supplied have a screw diameter in excess of 80% of the tunnel diameter which means the single screw connectors can be used for active, neutral and earth connections.
       
      The products supplied with new connectors are:
      • 504/4
      • 554/3
      • 554/4
      • 554J4
      • 554C4
      • 554J4B100
      • HD554J4

      Starting Register number in Modbus Read functions

      Goals and Symptoms

      When performing Modbus read commands, it is important to apply the right starting register address in the read function. Otherwise, the wrong register will be accessed from the meter, giving unexpected data for the meter parameter being read.


      • Meter is functioning as expected. The front panel values for voltages and currents are within expected ranges for the system being monitored. However, modbus read functions from a master station (e.g. a PLC) give values that do not correspond to the front panel values.

      Facts and Changes

      Modbus, modbus rtu, function read, modbus map, holding register, staring register, function 03, modbus read packet

      Causes and Fixes

      Cause
      One probable cause would be that, the modbus function read command is not pointing to the right registers. The modbus protocol requires an offset to be introduced in the starting register address when reading the slaves register.

      Resolution

      When reading the meter parameters, the Master must send the device a Read Holding Registers packet. This packet must specify a start register and the number of registers to read. When the function read is received, the slave responds with a packet containing the registers in the range defined in the read request.

      However, consider the 3710 Modbus map, which states that according to the MODBUS protocol, in response to a request for address 4xxxx, the master reads register xxxx-1 from the slave (3710). For example, a request for register 40011 returns register 10 from the slave.

      What does the above statement mean? Why is an offset required?

      Holding registers, by default, are defined the 4xxxx range, the first holding register staring at 40001. The starting register in the read packet is, on the other hand, numbered from zero. Hence, the start register zero automatically points to holding register 40001, starting register one points to holding register 40002, etc. The fact that the first holding register is 40001 and not 40000 explains the offset that needs to be introduced in the starting register number.

      Hence, considering the 3710 Modbus Map statement, if the Master needs to read register 40011, then the corresponding starting register that needs to be put in the read function would be 10 (0A hex) since register 40011 is the register 10 from the first holding register, 40001:
      40001 > Start register 0
      40002 > Start register 1
      40003 > Start register 2
      40004 > Start register 3
      40005 > Start register 4
      40006 > Start register 5
      40007 > Start register 6
      40008 > Start register 7
      40009 > Start register 8
      40010 > Start register 9
      40011 > Start register 10

      The Modbus Read Request Packet for a master reading 3 registers from a slave with unit ID 100 (64 Hex) and for starting register of 40011 should be:
       

      Slave ID
      Function
      Start Register (40011)
      # of Registers
      CRC Checksum
      64
      03
      00
      0A
      00032C3C


      To summarize, when looking at a modbus map, the starting register number to be used in the read function:

      Start Register = Modbus Register 40001.

       

      Original article#12774

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      All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL188799 V1.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 11/03/2007, Last Edited by KBAdPM on 11/03/2007
      Related ranges: Modbus / JBus

      Are EasyPact MVS circuit breakers for sale in the USA or Canada?

      Issue:
      Where can I buy a EasyPact MVS breaker?

      Product Line:
      EasyPact MVS circuit breakers

      Resolution:
      There are no plans for a general release of the EasyPact MVS circuit breaker line in the US.
       

      Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

      For support on APC and MGE products please visit:  https://www.apc.com/support/

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      What is the plug base to suit 439/4?

      The plug base to suit 439/4 is a 410-we.



      For more information please refer to the link below
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=410

      Accutech Modbus Register Mapping

      Modbus RTU protocol is supported on the BR10 and BR20 Base Radios. Transmission rates of 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 are supported with even, odd or no parity, 8 data bits and 1 or 2 stop bits. The Modbus settings are configured by using the push buttons on the base radio only. The BR10 contains 1 RS-485 port for Modbus communications. The BR20 contains 1 RJ45 connection called the "Short Haul Data" port. This port can be configured for 2-wire RS-485 or 3-wire RS-232 by a dipswich next to the serial port.

      The following menu items are used to configure Modbus in the base radio via the push buttons. For a complete menu map of all Accutech Instruments, please reference the Accutech Wireless User Manual that is installed along with Accutech Manager Software an your PC.

      BAUD RT - Baud Rate
      DEV ID - Modbus Device ID
      PARITY - Parity
      STOPB - Stob bit selection
      MODMAP - Register mapping options (see below)
      MODADR - Modbus address of base radio
      ORDER - Floating point word order

      There are two user options to determine Modbus mapping in the base radio/field units. The MODMAP configuration determines if the mapping will be DEV mode (Device ID) or REG mode (Register)

      Device ID Mode

      • Poll for individual devices (Base Radio and Field Units)
      • Modbus Station ID = Base Radio Modbus Station Address + Field Unit RF ID
      • Modbus starting register = 40001

      Register Mode

      • Poll single Modbus station ID for complete Accutech network
      • Modbus Station ID = Base Radio Modbus Station Address
      • Field unit Modbus address are multiples of their RF ID
      • Modbus starting register = (Field Unit RF ID * 10) + 40001

      Base Radio Registers

      Base Radio Holding Register (Device and Register Mapping Modes)

      Device ID: 1 To 247 Max.

      Address

      Description

      Register Type

      40001

      Base Radio Device Type

      16-Bit Unsigned Integer

      40002

      Base Radio Device Status

      16-Bit Unsigned Integer

      40003

      Number of Field Units Expected on the wireless network.

      16-Bit Unsigned Integer

      40004

      Number of Field Units actually online in the wireless network.

      16-Bit Unsigned Integer

      40005

      Online/Offline Status Of Field Units with RFIDs 1-16

      16-Bit Unsigned Integer

      40006

      Online/Offline Status Of Field Units with RFIDs 17-32

      16-Bit Unsigned Integer

      40007

      Online/Offline Status Of Field Units with RFIDs 33-48

      16-Bit Unsigned Integer

      40008

      Online/Offline Status Of Field Units with RFIDs 49-50

      16-Bit Unsigned Integer

      40009

      Diagnostic Counter (increments each second)

      16-Bit Unsigned Integer

      40010

      Reserved For Future Use

      16-Bit Unsigned Integer

       

      Field Unit Holding Registers

      Field Unit operational data is stored in a sequential block of 10 Modbus registers in the Base Radio. The Modbus Station address and the actual register addresses will vary depending on the Modbus Mapping mode set in the base radio. The Modbus Station address and register locations are described below for each Mapping mode.

      Device ID Mapping Mode

      When DEVMODE is selected, the base radio stores the field unit and base radio operation data (10 Modbus holding registers) in separate Modbus Station addresses. In this mode, the SCADA Host (Modbus Master) needs to send an individual poll request for each field units data and the base radio data. Station addresses are determined using Base Radio Device ID parameter and the Field Units RFID parameter. This mode is suitable for systems using a template for each field unit.

      Field Unit Modbus Station Address = Base Radio Device ID + Field Unit RFID

      Field Unit Holding Register Addresses

      Field Unit Register Description

      Register Type

      40001 and 40002

      Device Type

      Two Modbus registers formatted as a 32-Bit IEEE Floating Point1

      40003 and 40004

      Device Status

      Two Modbus registers formatted as a 32-Bit IEEE Floating Point1

      40005 and 40006

      Primary Sensor Value2

      Two Modbus registers formatted as a 32-Bit IEEE Floating Point1

      40007 and 40008

      Secondary Sensor Value2

      Two Modbus registers formatted as a 32-Bit IEEE Floating Point1

      40009 and 40010

      Tertiary Sensor Value2

      Two Modbus registers formatted as a 32-Bit IEEE Floating Point1

      1The default floating point format for Modbus database registers is Low Word, High Word. For example if a floating point value is in registers 40001 and 40002 then 40001 is the low word and 40002 is the high word. For SCADAPack controllers 40001 is the high word and 40002 is the low word. The floating point word order is decided by Modbus Floating Point Order of base radio Modbus Communication Configuration.

      2Any field unit that is currently offline will return NaN (Not a Number) when queried for its primary, secondary or tertiary measurement value. If a field unit is online, NaN will also be returned for measurement values that do not exist in the device. For example, a field unit providing one measurement will return NaN for its secondary and tertiary values.

      Register Mapping Mode

       When REGMODE is selected, the base radio stores the field unit and base radio operation data (10 Modbus holding registers) in sequential blocks of registers located at a single Modbus Station address. The base radio uses register addresses 1 through 10 with subsequent groups of 10 registers used by each field unit. Station address is determined by the base radio Device ID and the Register addresses for each field unit are offset from the base radio registers by a factor of 10 times the field unit RFID parameter. This mode is suitable for a system that wants to poll for multiple field unit devices at once.

      Field Unit Modbus Station Address = Base Radio Device ID

      Field Unit Holding Register Addresses

      Field Unit Register Description

      Register Type

      40001 + (RFID * 10) and 40002 + (RFID * 10)

      Device Type (see list below)

      Two Modbus registers formatted as a 32-Bit IEEE Floating Point1

      40003 + (RFID * 10) and 40004 + (RFID * 10)

      Device Status (see list below)

      Two Modbus registers formatted as a 32-Bit IEEE Floating Point1

      40005 + (RFID * 10) and 40006 + (RFID * 10)

      Primary Sensor Value2

      Two Modbus registers formatted as a 32-Bit IEEE Floating Point1

      40007 + (RFID * 10) and 40008 + (RFID * 10)

      Secondary Sensor Value2

      Two Modbus registers formatted as a 32-Bit IEEE Floating Point1

      40009 + (RFID * 10) and 40010 + (RFID * 10)

      Tertiary Sensor Value2

      Two Modbus registers formatted as a 32-Bit IEEE Floating Point1

       

      1The default floating point format for Modbus database registers is Low Word, High Word. For example if a floating point value is in registers 40001 and 40002 then 40001 is the low word and 40002 is the high word. For SCADAPack controllers 40001 is the high word and 40002 is the low word. The floating point word order is decided by Modbus Floating Point Order of base radio Modbus Communication Configuration.

      2Any field unit that is currently offline will return NaN (Not a Number) when queried for its primary, secondary or tertiary measurement value. If a field unit is online, NaN will also be returned for measurement values that do not exist in the device. For example, a field unit providing one measurement will return NaN for its secondary and tertiary values.