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FA28127Can the cables used with XY2CH and XY2CE emergency stop trip wire switches be turned through angles or must they be straight?
The cables used to operate  XY2CHxxx and XY2CExxx emergency stop cable pull switches may be installed turning through angles by using the specified...
FA22682How can I quickly test and set up the ATV21 variable speed drives?
How to set up Schneider ATV21 drives for simple applications. How to quickly test a drive This test can serve as the first stage in a more complex...
FA28026What can I use as a smaller alternative to the CA3KN or CA2KN range?
Products with part numbers CA3KN or CA2KN are control relays form the TeSys K range with 4 contacts. Schneider Electric also offers the smaller CA2SK...
FA24881Are there freewheel diodes for LC1D115 and LC1D150?
There are no freewheel diodes for LC1D115 and LC1D150 contactors with DC coils. However, it is possible to use freewheel diodes from the LC1F range....
FA23868What is the part number of a 30mm diameter pushbutton blanking plug (closing plate)?
For the Harmony 9 (9001K series) 30mm range, there are 2 blanking plugs (also known as 'closing plates') available; 9001K51 - Grey finish ...
FA28030What is the minimum bending radius of the connector cables and extension cables for sensors?
XZC** connector cables and extension cables for the following Schneider Electric detectors should be installed such that minimum bending radius quoted...
FA23134How can I simulate an application on XBTH, XBTP or XBTE with XBTL1000 without PLC?
To simulate an XBTH, XBTP or XBTE application in XBTL1000, without being connected to a PLC, you need to: Deselect the "use the dialogue table" box...
FA22749What is the difference between a selective ferrous/non-ferrous sensor and (factor 1) ferrous/non-ferrous sensors?
Ferrous (Fe) and non-ferrous (Nfe) terminology relates to inductive proximity sensors. Inductive proximity sensors work by inducing a current in a...
FA28190What do the suffixes A, B, C, D, G, T or K indicate when applied to certain XS1 inductive proximity sensors?
The suffixes A, B, C, D, G, T or K are used to indicate the connection method of the sensor, it does not affect the product specifications, for instance...
FA22943How do I connect a potentiometer on time delay relays part numbers: RE7TM, TP, MA, RA, RM, PP, PM,ML or MY?
When using RE7 TM, TP, MA, RA, RM, PP, PM,ML or MY relays with time delay adjustment potentiometers, these potentiometers must be connected in the...

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