|FA171968||Does the XACA871 have a stop button|
Yes it does
The button configuration is up/down, right/left, forward/back, start/stop.
|FA221977||What does the Ns stand for in the description of number of poles in an iC60H RCBO?|
It means the Neutral is solid and NOT switched .
|FA221976||What are the dimensions of the INS400 single handle transfer switch 31150?|
205mm x 395mm x 155mm (H x W x D) excluding the handle.
Overall depth with standard handle is 213mm.
|FA22583||What is the full name of the abbreviation 'STR' trip unit.|
The abbreviation 'STR' has a very old origin. The first generations of trip units were called Statimax and 'STR' refers to "Statimax Trip Release".
|FA230777||Which accessories/environmental sensors are compatible with my Network Management Card (or devices with embedded Network Management Cards)?|
Which accessories or environmental sensors are compatible with my Network Management Card (or devices with embedded Network Management Cards)?
|FA228791||When my Network Management Card loses power, which log file(s) will be saved?|
When my Network Management Card (or device with an embedded Network Management Card) loses power, which log file(s) will be saved? Which log...
|FA22997||What are the recommended characteristics for a Modbus Jbus RS485 / Com / ABT network cable?|
The recommended characteristics of the RS485/Modbus cable are: twisted pair with tinned copper braid shielding. Minimum overlap: 65%. Gauge: AWG 24....
|FA23772||What is the function of the "Alarm" pilot light on the STR22SE, STR23SE and STR53UE electronic trip units.|
The Alarm pilot light is an overload indicator light.
Lit with a steady light if the load current is greater than 90% of the adjustment threshold...
|FA23740||How do you calculate the size of the enclosure required for the ATS48’s to dissipate the heat generated |
To calculate the size of the enclosure required for an ATS48 soft start you would use the follow equations
|FA22985||How can I find a lost code on Sepam 2000?|
To find the lost code on a Sepam 2000 prior to 96/49:
go to the control logic in which the code (password) is given
To find the lost code of a...