|FA132683||How is the ICMP Ping utility setup in ConneXview? |
The ICMP ping control inside of ConneXview has 2 components, one component for discovery of network nodes and another that monitors the node.
|FA133023||Does LT3 thermistor relay need to reset after a power failure?|
After a power failure the LT3SM does not need reset ( unless the thermistor conditions have taken the unit to a fault condition )
|FA133108||My Phaseo ABL1 Power supply is not giving 24V what can I do? |
The Phaseo ABL1 range of power supplies have a voltage adjustment potentiometer screw.
The adjustment potentiometer is located by the terminal strip.
|FA133263||Can I remote reset an LR97D electronic overload?|
Yes, if the power supply to the unit is briefly interrupted for a period greater than 0.1 second the unit will reset.
Below is an illustration from...
|FA133181||How do I use an LR97D Electronic Over current relay with a single phase motor or load?|
To use the LR97D Electronic Over current relay with a single phase motor or load the LR97D unit must be set in single phase operation.
|FA133966||Can I remotely reset the LT47 electronic overload relay |
The LT47 Electronic Overload is available in two formats
LT47***S - With Manual or Electric Reset
LT47***A - with Automatic Reset
|FA133967||How can I test an LT47 is functioning|
To test if an LT47 is functioning at No Load follow the procedure below
When LT47 is powered,
keep Test button pushed for
D-Time plus O-Time...
|FA133266||How can I adjust the scale of an LT47 over current relay|
Because the LT47 over current relay uses Current Transformers (CT's) it is possible to adjust the range of the unit by passing the cable through the...
|FA133954||How do I chose an Encoder from the OsiSense range|
There are 7 major things that need to be decided as detailed below:
Incremental encoder - Provides counting indication.
|FA27972||How can I count the number of switchings memorised on IHP time switches.|
IHP time switches can be used to program two types of switching: ON or OFF:
One switching takes up one memory space.
One range (ON/OFF)...