|FA22893||What are the differences between the various tripping classes of thermal overload?|
There are four classes of thermal overload relay:
These class numbers indicate the trip characteristics from cold state, and should be...
|FA22740||Is there an additional light diffuser available for XVB and XVD illuminated Tower Beacons|
Yes, the light diffuser, part number XVBZ18 (consisting of two half-cylinders) can be placed in the illuminated lens unit so as to create a new light...
|FA23032||What is an EVERLINK connection and what are its advantages?|
TESYS Everlink contactor
TeSys Everlink is an enhancement to Schneider Electric's motor starter solutions, offering combinations of 2 or 3 products...
|FA22954||What power supplies should I use to supply light curtains?|
Schneider Electric guarantees the correct operation of its light curtains if they are powered with the following modules:
|FA22755||How can I perform the "start test" function on an XUSLA light curtain monitored by an XPSMP configurable module?|
Test mode function: This function is neither mandatory nor critical since the XUSLx light curtain has a continuous self-test function (type 4 safety).
|FA23663||What are the part numbers of the replacement contact sets for LC1F power contactors?|
Spare parts required for each pole of LC1Fxx contactors are as follows:
2 fixed contacts
1 moving contact
|FA23920||What is the operation of the GV2AD fault signalling contacts of the GV2 circuit-breakers?|
GV2ME, GV2P, GV2L, GV2LE, GV3P and GV3L circuit-breakers can be fitted with the following optional fault indicating contact blocks:
|FA23278||In what type of control station can I install control and signaling units from the Harmony style 5 range?|
Harmony style 5 range (XB5) buttons can be used on the front panel of the following control stations:
XALK, XALD: plastic control stations,
|FA23212||Is "remote reset" function available for GV2 / GV3 / GV7 circuit breakers?|
No remote reset is available for GV2/GV3/GV7 circuit breakers. Remote tripping, using shunt trips, is available but no reset.
Remote resets are...
|FA23735||Where should I connect the SZ1RV1202 potentiometer (pot) to the ATV variable speed drives?|
The potentiometer part number: SZ1RV1202 must be connected to one of the 0...10 V analog inputs on ATVxxxx range variable speed drives: