|FA146621||Why are torque screwdrivers required?|
The 17th Edition Wiring Regulations state that you must adhere to manufacturers specification (Reg 134.1.1) including their torque settings.
|FA146622||Who would use a TorqueVario screwdriver?|
Some specialist users, but mainly any installer/electrical contractor who wishes to comply with manufacturers guidelines.
|FA146623||How often do I need to have my TorqueVario screwdriver calibrated?|
Your TorqueVario screwdriver should be checked and calibrated annually. The main body has a real-world life of approximately 50,000 applications,...
|FA27924||What is the diagram of the BMXFCCxx3 cable?|
The internal diagram of the BMXFCCxx3 cable is the following:
|FA27988||Can I replace a broken toggle on an NS / NSX circuit-breaker or switch.|
No, the toggle on the breaker frame cannot be replaced as the toggle is integral to the breaker frame.
The breaker frame needs to be replaced.
|FA24980||How can I solve an OBF fault on ATV58?|
If the drive indicates the OBF fault it is caused by over braking.
This is caused when the drive's DC bus voltage exceeds the permitted voltage...
|FA33584||Is top cable entry available on Ringmaster|
Yes top entry is available on Ringmaster C and Ringmaster Range.
More details on Ringmaster C or Ringmaster range.
|FA27982||Can I fit a CT module and a residual current module (vigi) onto the Compact NSX MCCB range.|
No, a CT module cannot be fitted onto a residual current module (vigi) from the Compact NSX MCCB range.
|FA24973||What is the ohmic tripping value of a PTC probe on an ATV58?|
The motor temperature is detected by PTC probes connected to the ATV58 drive via specific inputs (+10, AI3A, AI3B and COM) on extension card VW3A58201.
|FA27970||What is the meaning of the terms 2P2d, 3P3d, 4P3d, 4P4d, 4P3d+N/2 and 4P3d+OSN on the Compact NSX circuit-breaker trip units.|
The first number corresponds to the number of poles.
The second number corresponds to the number of protected poles.
The first letter stands for Pole.