The 492 is designed to suit 2 core 1mm2 ordinary duty flex while the 492Y is designed to suit 0.75mm2 figure 8 flex.
For more information regarding this and similar products please follow the link provided to the Clipsal website.
The 438/2 does suit the 492.
The female version is 438/2
Socket to suit is 402 series
No. Unfortunately, the part number 49M is only available in Vivid White.
Diameter for part number 412 is 47mm.
The diameter for part number 412 is 47mm.
What does the 412 suffix mean on the ATV312 drives?
Cannot find source in the USA
Suffix 412 indicates a special ATV312 for solar photovoltaic applications.
It is not marketed in the USA. Please contact your OEM for suggested replacements.
A 452 error indicates the meter had an abnormal power cycle. It does not indicate why the meter had the abnormal power cycle.
For most meters with a single abnormal power cycle (ie. an associated 452 error), it is suggested the customer should continue to monitor it. The customer may choose to upgrade the meter to latest firmware, which has improved diagnostics ability for future investigation.
For further issues with the 452 Error please contact your local Tech Support.
Dimensions = PAN16 - showing total width as 232 - Height = 432
The part number for leads to suit 493 is a 493L.
No, They are not available in Ivory colour.
No, but you can get the lead kit by itself
To upgrade the copro firmware of the 140CPU67160 (using OSLoader), you need to use the fibre optic MTRJ port and switch which as fibre optic and electrical RJ45 ports (such as the 490 NOC 000 05 cable and 499 NOS 171 00 switch).
There are no other method available at this moment.
Other related information
To upgrade the firmware of UNITY Quantum CPUs (using OSLoader), you can either use one of the following way:
- Modbus (with address 1 only)
- Modbus plus (with address 1 only)
To upgrade the copro firmware of HE 140CPU65150 and 140CPU65160 (using OSLoader, you need to use the ethernet coneection via FTP.
Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL168369 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Modicon Quantum
Issue: Does the Altivar ATV18 unit have a keypad capable of allowing remote control?
Product Line: ATV18
Resolution: The keypad part number INV162 which is offered by third part Prizm at 724-941-3200 does allow for remote keypad control.
My Network Management Card (NMC) is losing SNMPv3 connectivity after a certain amount of time but other communication protocols (web, FTP, SSH, Telnet, SNMPv1, etc) continue to work properly.
- Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) - AP9617, AP9618, AP9619
Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 1 include (but are not limited to): Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP78XX, AP79XX), Rack Automatic Transfer Switches (AP77XX, Environmental Monitoring Units (AP9320, AP9340, NetBotz 200)
- Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) - AP9630/AP9630CH, AP9631/AP9631CH, AP9635/AP9635CH
Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 2 include (but are not limited to): 2G Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX), Certain Audio/Video Network Management Enabled products.
- All serial numbers
- Any device listed above utilizing SNMPv3
- NMC1 AOS v3.7.0 and below; NMC2 AOS v5.0.X and below
- NMC1 AOS v3.7.3 and higher
An issue has been identified with the SNMPv3 task on Network Management Card 1 and 2 based devices. SNMPv3 communication will be lost after approximately 49 days and 17 hours. The NMC will continue to run normally, with the exception of the SNMP process, which will not run.
Update (July, 2016): Specific to NMC1 products, this issue had previously been fixed for AOS 3.7.3 and higher. The maximum SNMPv3 uptime allowed was modfied from 49.7 days to 497 days. At the 497 uptime day mark, assuming the management uptime had reached this point, the Network Management Card interface would have had to be rebooted though the web, CLI, or SNMPv1 interfaces in order to regain SNMPv3 communication. NMC2 AOS v5.1.X also contained a fix to avoid an SNMPv3 communication loss completely.
With NMC1 AOS v3.9.2 and higher, this issue has been fully resolved and the 497 uptime limitation has been lifted and SNMPv3 communication through StruxureWare Data Center Expert or any third party SNMPv3 NMS will not be affected after 497 days of uptime. This AOS (or newer) will be released for different firmware applications in the coming months which are available at https://www.apc.com/tt/en/tools/download/. Certain applications are available immediately, such as Rack PDU.
Yes. Calibration service is offered via Customer Care phone 0800 652 999. Similar method to RMA's.
Nothing - you will need to order the leads (493L) and shoulder bag/pouch (493SB) as separate products.
APC by Schneider Electric used to have several optional PDUs for use with the Matrix-UPS to provide greater flexibility of electrical connections. All PDU options for the Matrix have been discontinued now for over a decade.
The part numbers for SoMachine 4.2 software are:
- SOMNACCZXSPAZZ - SoMachine V4 License Single - Single (1) License with Mandatory registration
- SOMNACCZXTPAZZ - SoMachine V4 License Team - Team (10) License with Mandatory registration
- SOMNACCZXEPAZZ - SoMachine V4 License Entity - Entity (100) License with Mandatory registration
Note: the part numbers for SoMachine 4.3 are the same, the customer will have to specify that he wants version 4.2
This was designed to sense a 3-phase source, however it tripped on split-phase power too. This nuisance warning would
not prevent the CSW from operating properly. The latest firmware version 3.01 should address this anomaly.
The Conext Combox (865-1058) has the ability to upgrade firmware. If the CSW is still within warranty, we can set
the customer up with a CnxtCfgTool loaner to upgrade the firmware.
To create a SoMachine archive in SoMachine v4.1 or 4.2 you will have to navigate to SoMachine Central / top-left green button / Save Project as... / Save Archive...
How to perform database maintenance in SMSPE 4.2 and 4.3
System Manager Software(SMSPE) 4.2 & 4.3
System Manager Software Database Maintenance
Refer to the attached document and tools for information on database maintenace for SMSPE 4.2 and 4.3.
The Spark-e-mate is not required to be routinely calibrated, but if calibration is required (as per ECANZ) please consult Design 2000 Pty Ltd Melbourne, Victoria. There will be a charge involved.
Spark-e-mate instructions attached.
The item can be upgraded by returning to the manufacturer - Design2000.
The below link has details for the RMA process with Design2000 where the customer could get the unit updated.
All callibration and services regarding the 493 Sparke mate range is done via a third party manufacturer Design2000.
Phone: +613 97585933
9-11 Rose St PO Box 7020
Upper Ferntree Gully, Melbourne, Victoria, 3156
In SoMachine 4.1, 4.2 or 4.3 the Device Memory Info can be found by going to the Logic Builder window and then Devices tree window. In any of these windows right-click on My Controller (your controller part number) and select Device Memory Info...
In SoMachine 4.1 or 4.2 you can use the command located under the Logic Builder / Project / Compare to compare the actual project with another one (reference project). The reference project and the compare options are specified in the Project Compare dialog box, which opens, when the command is executed.
Starting with SoMachine 4.1 SP2, Ethernet/IP adapter assembly sizes are extended to 120 words for TM258 / LMC058 and TM241 / TM251 controllers
This information is also true for SoMachine 4.2
The equivalent is a Clipsal 7107A - though the cut out hole size is a lot smaller so will not retrofit without replacing the glass.
Specifications - 6111-0
Airflow = 490 cubic metres per hour
Hole size = 282.5mm
Fan diameter = 250mm
Motor = 66w
Sound level at 1m = 53dB
Specifications - 7107A
Airflow = 600 cubic metres per hour
Hole size = 230mm
Fan diameter = 188mm
Motor = 35w
Sound level at 1m = 49dB
Power loss of our RFI filter VW3A58407 and VW3A58408.
This information is not available for the moment.
401 = 5 w
402 = 11 w
403 = 11 w
No information for 407 and 408.
Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL156483 V3.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Altivar 58
A Sliding Window is a variable receive buffer capacity that is advertised in the 16 bit Window packet section of the TCP Header. This is how a transmitting device advertises the current receive buffer capacity to the sender. The 174CEV30010 and 174CEV30020 Modbus to Ethernet bridges support a sliding window. For example, if the CEV buffer starts out at 512 bytes capacity and there is an outstanding Modbus message size of 14 bytes, the advertised window will be 498 bytes in the response. Note that most PLC services support a fixed receive buffer window size.
Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL173844 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Modicon Quantum
What is meant by base mount contacts like the XENL1111 used in a XALB control station?
They are base mounted contacts for use in the XALB control stations. They mount in the back of the enclosure instead of to the back of the operator. This make wiring easier.
The XENL1111 is a normally open contact and the XENL1121 is a normally closed.
ION9000 Part Numbers and Accessories
ION9000 series meter
Where to find part numbers for the ION9000 series meter and its accessories
ION9000 Basic Models and Display Accessories:
ION9000 Accessories - I/O Modules, Adapters, Demo Kit:
||ION9000 meter, DIN mount, no display, HW kit
Meter Hardware Kit: plugs, terminal guards, spare grounding screw, DIN clips, terminal sealing covers and
Current input Hardware Kit: terminal covers, CT input screws, terminal sealing cover
||ION9000 meter, DIN mount, 192 mm display, B2B adapter, HW kit
All the above + Display Hardware Kit: mounting nut, DIN 96 adapter, 3 meter cable, centering pin, mounting template
||Remote display, color LCD, 96 x 96 mm
||Remote display, color touchscreen, 192 x 192 mm
ION9000 Accessories - Hardware Kits:
||I/O module, 2 relay outputs, 6 digital inputs
||I/O module, 2 analog outputs, 4 analog inputs
||ION9000 B2B adapter
||ION9000 Demo Kit
||ION7x50 Mounting Adapter kit
||ION9000 meter hardware kit
- plugs, terminal guards, spare grounding screw, DIN clips, terminal sealing covers
||RD192 remote display hardware kit
- mounting nut, DIN 96 adapter, 3 meter cable, centering pin, mounting template
||ION9000 USB cover hardware kit
- replacement door for the USB ports
||ION9000 current input hardware kit
- terminal covers, CT input screws, terminal sealing cover
||Battery replacement kit for ION7400, ION9000, PM8000
- Battery for real-time clock; typically only needed if required by customer policy
The CAN J1939 Protocol provided by CODESYS and its Online Help documentation is delivered in a separated Add on that can be installed on top of SoMachine V4.1 SP2, 4.2 or 4.3. This protocol is supported on M241/M251 controllers only. This add on is free of charge. It will neither be shared on SESU nor www.schneider-electric.com, only through ADEs, SAEs and customer support.
Upgraded PowerChute Network Shutdown Appliance from version 4.1 to 4.2 and the system web page is still displaying version number 4.1
PowerChute Network Shutdown
PowerChute Network Shutdown Appliance on VMware ESXi
Display name is not updated in /opt/vmware/var/lib/vami/update/data/info/manifest-installed.xml
After following the instruction in Schneider Electric FAQ FA276378
to upgrade the PowerChute virtual appliance from version 4.1 to 4.2 when the upgrade has been completed using a text editor edit
changing display name from 4.1 to 4.2
Examples of corrected view-deploy.xml
<property name="name" value="PowerChute Network Shutdown 4.2 for VMware"/>
Example of corrected manifest-installed.xml
PowerChute Network Shutdown 4.2 for VMware
To install the ISO you will need software like MagicDisc or DVDFab to create a virtual DVD player. Mount the ISO and install from the Newly assigned Drive.
No, unfortunately there is no base avaliable for this product as it was designed to mount directly to a ceiling. However there is an adaptor plate avaliable which acts as a base, the part number is 150
. Some of its key features are:
- Suits round junction boxes, surface mounting accessories, 342 Ceiling Switches, 412 Series Surface Sockets and surface mounting products with 46 mm and 38 mm dual mounting centres
- Mounting Centre: 38mm & 46mm
- 77 mm Diameter x 3 mm Depth
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/342&adaptplaes/
What drive product line replaces the obsolete ATV452?
Need to replace an old ATV452 drive
When replacing an ATV452, we would recommend considering the new ATV6xx and ATV9xx Process Drive product lines. See the attached Installation Manuals and our current Catalog for details. We recommend consulting with your local Product Application Engineer (contacted by a distributor) for application-specific assistance with implementation.
No, unfortunately this tester is no longer available. Therefore spare parts have also been discontinued.
This tester has been replaced with the all in one 493 Spark-E-Mate.
Some of the key features are:
- Earth continuity
- Insulation resistance
- Circuit connections
- fault loop impedance
- RCD Trip
- digital LCD dispay
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=493
Customers require Visio stencils of APC products.
All versions and serial ranges.
Visio files are being requested.
All Visio stencils are released to the public for free and available on the APC website: https://www.apc.com/prod_docs/results.cfm?DocType=Stencils
If you don't find a Visio of the product you're looking for you can contact Technical Support to ask if there is one, but all available Visio files should be posted to the link provided above.
We do not have Visio files for Smart-UPS or Back-UPS products.
Other file types are available on the individual product pages of the APC website.
Example: go to the APC website and search AR3100, then go to that product page. Next, click on the Documentation tab. All available drawing files are listed under the Documentation tab.
The NetBotz version 4.2 Web Client does not run on Internet Explorer 8 or Internet Explorer 9 when displayed in Compatibility View.
Microsoft Internet Explorer version 8.0
Microsoft Internet Explorer version 9.0
NetBotz version 4.2 Web Client
It is a known issue that the NetBotz v4.2 Web Client does not function with the browser set to display websites in Compatibility View.
Change the Compatibility View Settings in the browser.
For more information about Compatibility View, see the following Microsoft article: https://blogs.msdn.com/b/askie/archive/2009/03/23/understanding-compatibility-modes-in-internet-explorer-8.aspx
This issue should be resolved with the release of 4.3
uninstall script for PowerChute Network Shutdown 4.2 does not properly clean up firewalld on RHEL 7.3 and CentOS 7.3
PowerChute Network Shutdown version 4.2
RHEL 7.3 and CentOS 7.3
From RHEL 7.3 release notes, firewalld packages have been upgraded to provide some enhancements over its previous version. Which includes changes in the firewall-cmd, firewall-offline-cmd, firewall-config, and firewall-applet.
After running the PowerChute uninstall script run the command
firewall-cmd --remove-service=pcns --permanent