|FA24892||How can I distinguish thermal from magnetic faults when using GV2ME, GV2P, GV2L and GV2LE?|
Using a GVAM11 combined with a GVAD10xx, it is possible to distinguish between thermal and and magnetic faults.
If there is no fault:
|FA23919||What are the values of the 1P breaking capacities of GV2P circuit-breakers in IT earthing system?|
The values below are the breaking capacities of GV2P circuit-breakers operating on an IT earthing system at 400 V 50 Hz, as demonstrated by pole-by-pole...
|FA23169||How can I automatically address a slave on an ASI bus without a pocket programmer? |
It is possible to modify an ASI configuration to add a new slave without having an XZMC11 or ASITERV2 pocket programmer.
The ASI module automatic...
|FA22881||Can I control a motor with a rating lower than that of the variable speed drive?|
Yes it is possible to use a motor with a lower rating than that of the drive.
For instance If you are trying to test a system with either a very...
|FA23859||How can I know whether an AS-i product has standard or extended addressing?|
To find out whether the addressing of an AS-i product is:
Simply check the value of the AS-Interface profile's second...
|FA22753||How do I set up an ATS01?|
There are 3 potentiometers graded from A to E, but not graded in either seconds or Volts, which can be confusing to customers.
|FA23736||What is the heat loss of the GV2 P / ME /RT thermal magnetic circuit-breakers?|
The heat dissipation of GV2P/ME/RT circuit breakers is 2.5 W per pole, i.e. 7.5 W in total.
|FA28027||Which combination block is used for circuit-breaker and contactor on the LAD311 mounting plates?|
Between the following two products both mounted on the LAD311 plate:
TeSys D range contactors: LC1D09-LC1D38,
|FA86455||How do I set the target value on an electromechanical Preset Counter?|
There is a button under each digit and reset button to the left of the display. Press the reset button and the button under the digit...
|FA86416||The NSX MCCB trips as soon as it's switched on and the display indicates ENCT or STOP|
If a 3 pole NSX MCCB is fitted with a Micrologic 5 or 6 trip unit the neutral conductor can be protected with an external CT.
If the neutral protection...