|FA135913||What is the start-up voltage drop limit considered by My Ecodial L.|
The acceptable limit for the startup voltage drop for the motor feeder is 15% as per the UTE standard (Installation standard - France)
the same is...
|FA12081||What is the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for the Multi9 product range. |
For Multi9 product ranges, Mean Time To Failure (MTTF) values is used for assessment of the product life cycle.
MTTF is the estimated reliability...
|FA12038||What is the naming convention for Vijeo Designer application.|
The following characters are valid characters that can be used for naming parts, devices, object, variables and passwords in Vijeo-Designer. a) Alphabet...
|FA12141||What is the heat dissipation of the Altivar 61 Drive when it is in Ready state. |
The heat dissipation value of the Altivar 61 Drives when in Ready State (RDY - Drive is powered up but motor is not running) depends on the size of...
|FA12119||What is the minimum recommended Ground to Input Phase insulation resistance for Altivar 71 Drive.|
The Insulation resistance value between Ground to Input Phase should be greater than 1 Mega Ohms which is the Megger value at 500 V for 1 minute.
|FA12188||What is the Short Circuit rating of LU2B starters in TeSys U as per UL508 TypeE specification.|
The Short Circuit rating of LU2B starters in TeSys U as per UL508 TypeE specification is as follows: Voltage (V AC) ...
|FA11798||What is the MTTF of Altivar 61 and Altivar 71.|
Refer the attachment for the data of Mean Time To Fail (MTTF) for Altivar 61 and Altivar71 Drives.
|FA22640||What is the difference between the SF6 technology and the Vacuum technology used in Schneider Make MV Circuit Breaker.|
SF6 and Vacuum are the two modern breaking techniques in the field of Medium Voltage. Refer the below table for the comparison of these two technologies:
|FA22632||Does Prisma Plus Switchboard confirm the Electrical continuity of moving parts.|
The Prisma Plus confirms the electrical continuity of moving parts as per IEC/EN 60439.1
Find attached the Declaration of Conformity for the same.
|FA12123||What are the MTTF (Mean Time to Fail, in hours) values for Altivar 61/71 Drives.|
Refer the attachment for the Mean Time To Fail (MTTF) values for Altivar 61/71 Drives. Note: MTBF = Mean Time Between 2 Failures = MTTF + MTTRMTTR...