Clipsal - General Accessories, Mounting Brackets, Metal Adaptor Plate to Suit Junction Box

Clipsal - General Accessories, Mounting Brackets, Metal Adaptor Plate to Suit Junction Box

Clipsal - General Accessories, Mounting Brackets, Metal Adaptor Plate to Suit Junction Box

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What has been changed with the new Rotary LED dimmers for Iconic range (40 series) and standard range (30 series)?

The 32ELEDM-WE is now replaced with the 32ELEDM2-WE and the 42E350RLD2M-VW is replaced with the 42ELEDM2-VW.
Both dimmers have now been improved and introduce the following new features
- New Digital electronic 2-wire trailing edge design for optimum LED dimming performance
- Kick start for faster LED turn on at low settings
- Mechanically adjustable minimum brightness setting
- In-built short circuit, over current and over temperature protection
- Full range smooth LED dimming from 1 – 100% (load dependant)
- Cleaner look with no markings on the control knobs

Please note that the load ratings have changed for the new version. The new 32ELEDM2-WE and 42ELEDM2-VW are rated to 150W to enable enhanced LED optimised control and dimming performance.

What is the Inrush and Sealed current of the LX1FK control coils?

What is the Inrush and Sealed current of the LX1FK control coils?

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Based on average consumption @ 68 degrees F (20 deg. C) for 50 or 60 hertz applications.

Inrush   1050 . . . 1150 VA
Sealed  16 . . . 20 VA

How are the Micrologic modules addressed in the trip units?

Micrologic trip units used with Masterpact NT and NW, Powerpact P and R Frame , and Compact NS have multiple address associated with device.
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 Trip Unit Trip Function Type
 2.0 (IEC Only) LSO Standard (No comms)
 3.0 LI
 5.0 LSI
 2.0A (IEC Only) LSO Standard
 3.0A LI
 5.0A LSI
 6.0A LSIG
 3.0E (IEC Only) LI Energy
 5.0E (IEC Only) LSI
 5.0P LSI Power
 6.0P LSIG
 5.0H LSI Harmonics
 6.0H LSIG

Communication applications using Micrologic trip units and circuit breakers with frame sizes 630 A and greater.

Need the Modbus addresses associated with a Micrologic devices

There are 3 modules and 1 optional module associated with a Micrologic trip. Each module has its own Modbus address.
Breaker Communication Module (BCM)
The circuit breaker communication module is independent and is installed on the circuit breaker, behind the trip unit.  The unit receives and transmits information on the communication network through optical link between the Micrologic A, P, and H trip units.
The address for the BCM is the base address for the entire device which can be seen on the trip through the communication menu.  (Breaker Communication Module: @ Address xx)
Metering Module (MM)
The metering module prepares the electrical values. Every second, the metering module refreshes the “real-time” RMS measurements. Using this data, it then calculates the demand and energy values, and stores the minimum / maximum values recorded since the last reset. (Note Ammeter trip unit have limit data associated with Current)
The address is the base plus 200. (Metering Module: @ Address xx + 200)

Protection Module (PM)
The protection module ensures the critical circuit breaker functions. This control unit is completely independent and does not use the measurements generated by the metering module. The module calculates the protection-function inputs and outputs itself ensuring extremely fast reaction times.
The address is the base plus 100. (Protection Module: @ Address xx + 100)
Cradle Communication Module (CCM)
The cradle communication module is an independent device installed separately from the breaker. Used with drawout breakers that incorporates a cradle that houses the breaker.
The address is the base plus 50. (Cradle Communication Module: @ Address xx + 50)
See the below link for more information.
Modbus™ Communications System for Micrologic™ A, P, and H Trip Units 0613IB1201


  • Using an IFE or IFM module employing the ULP protocol, the address rules above does not apply.Micrologic Trip Unitssuperfluous line
Related ranges: Communication with Micrologic trip units

Can A9N61512 iC60H DC breaker be fed from top

No, the breaker is Polarized and can only be Fed from Bottom
It will be the same for all iC0H DC single pole breakers:
C60H-DC Rating (In) Reference C curve 1P
1A A9N61501
2A A9N61502
4A A9N61504
6A A9N61506
10A A9N61508  
16A A9N61511
20A A9N61512
25A A9N61513
32A A9N61515
40A A9N61517
50A A9N61518
63A A9N61519


How do I perform a mass firmware upgrade on APC network enabled products?

How can I upgrade firmware on multiple APC Network Management Cards at one time or in an automated fashion?

Product Line

  • Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) - AP9617, AP9618, AP9619
Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 1 include (but are not limited to): Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP78XX, AP79XX), Rack Automatic Transfer Switches (AP77XX, Environmental Monitoring Units (AP9320, AP9340, NetBotz 200)
  • Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) - AP9630/AP9630CH, AP9631/AP9631CH, AP9635/AP9635CH
Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 2 include (but are not limited to): 2G Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX), Certain Audio/Video Network Management Enabled products.
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  • All firmware versions, unless otherwise noted

A user may wish to automate the process of upgrading firmware on Network Management Cards or devices with an embedded card to save time, especially with large quantities of devices.


Users can upgrade the firmware on individual Network Management Cards via a couple of different methods, specifically
  • FTP
  • SCP
  • InfraStruXure Manager (discontinued product)
  • StruxureWare DCE/InfraStruXure Central
  • Firmware Upgrade Utility (the executable is included with the firmware when downloaded)
  • USB (if available)

In some cases, a user may have multiple devices that need to be upgraded. The user can upgrade each device individually. However, this may prove to be time consuming.

Therefore, the user has two options to perform a mass upgrade of firmware.
  • The first, InfraStruXure Manager, is a discontinued item that monitors APC network-enabled devices. A feature of the InfraStruXure Manager is the ability to perform mass firmware upgrades. Please reference the User Guide for the InfraStruXure Manager to perform the mass firmware upgrade. InfraStruXure Central/StruxureWare Central/StruxureWare DCE is InfraStruXture Manager's replacement and offers this feature as well. 
  • The second, the Firmware Upgrade Utility which is included with all currently downloaded firmware for Network Management Card 1, 2 and 3
  •  devices as well as those that embed one of these model cards. You can obtain the latest firmware via the Software / Firmware Download site.

    Download the firmware to your local computer. An example of the firmware that you download will appear as “apc_hw02_aos374_rpdu374.exe”

    Once downloaded, you can run this file and it will automatically launch one of two executables, depending on which firmware you have downloaded.

    exclamation markNOTE: Certain applications have requirements for a firmware update can be applied. Please refer to the particular application's documentation to ensure a mass upgrade can be performed on the device with no other requirements. For instance, the g2ats application has important requirements outlined in Knowledge Base article FA156178  that must be followed before a standalone or mass upgrade can be done.

Network Management Card 1 devices

Once you execute the firmware file .exe, you'll be prompted to extract the files to a chosen location or directory.

Once extracted, the executable will attempt to run the upgrade. Simply close the command prompt windows that open. Locate the directory that the extracted files were saved to. In this directory, you should see a file named “iplist.txt”. Open this file in a text editor. The contents on the iplist.txt should appear similar to:
;SystemIP= (the IP address of the device you wish to upgrade)
;SystemUserName=username (the username of the device you with to upgrade)
;SystemPassword=password (the password of the device you with to upgrade)
In order to upgrade multiple devices, you must edit this text file. You will have to create login parameters for each device you wish to upgrade. (APC recommends no more than 10 devices at one time).

exclamation markNOTE: Any lines in the iplist.txt file starting with a semicolon will be ignored. 
An example of this file with multiple devices is below. (Actual device parameters may appear differently based on user preferences):


Once you have entered the login parameters for each device, make sure to save and exit the file.
Next, locate the “upgrd_util.exe” file, also located in the same directory that you extracted the firmware files to. Double-click on the “upgrd_util.exe” file and the mass upgrade will begin.

exclamation markNOTE: In NMC1 Upgrade Utility v1.2 or higher, a username or password longer than 11 characters will be truncated. Thus, you will need to change the password to 11 characters or less to use upgrd_util.exe. This could be modified using a mass configuration first, outlined in Knowledge Base article FA156117.

A menu should appear with the following options:
1. Use parameters in configuration file.
2. Enter parameters for single upgrade.
3. Exit firmware upgrade tool.

Choose option 1.

The firmware upgrade will now begin. The executable will attempt to upgrade all devices listed in your IP list. If any errors are found, the upgrade will continue on to the next device.

Network Management Card 2 and 3 devices

Locate the directory that the extracted firmware files were saved to and in this directory, open the file named devices.txt manually in a text editor. The contents on the devices.txt should appear similar to:

; Firmware Update Device File for Network Management Card X Devices
; Auto-generated on: 1/31/2022 11:41:07 AM


Remove the ";" symbols from the [Device] line and below, then enter the appropriate configuration for each device that will be upgraded. For example, if two devices will be upgraded with the IP address and, it should look like:



Once the configuration is complete, make sure to save and exit the file. (APC recommends no more than 10 devices at one time). After launching the NMC upgrade utility, the tool will automatically detect the presence of a devices.txt file, select "Start Update" to proceed:

NMC update utility with a valid devices file.

Once the upgrade is complete, you will be required to close the executable/command prompt window.

If you have any questions on this process or experience trouble, please contact APC Technical Support. Before calling, please have the following information available:
  • Firmware that you downloaded.
  • Which method are you using?
  • Device model and serial number that you are attempting to upgrade
  • What type of error do you receive when attempting to upgrade?
  • How many devices are you attempting to upgrade?

Automatically restarting alarm redirection in ClearSCADA

Sometimes there is a need to restart alarm redirection sequence if a particular alarm does not get acknowledged or cleared in specified time. Consider an example where a redirection action is configured to send an e-mail once a point goes into alarm. If the alarm does not get cleared within 30 minutes, another e-mail needs to be sent out. The e-mails should be sent out repeatedly every 30 minutes until the alarm is cleared.

This can be achieved by using the RestartRedirections() method. Below is a quick run through on how this method could be used.

1. Consider an analog point named Pressure with an alarm redirection action configured to send an e-mail whenever the point is in alarm.

2. Locate this E-Mail Action in Database Explorer and assign this action to a particular redirection group for which alarm redirection needs to be restarted. If no redirection groups have been configured yet, type in an arbitrary name to create a redirection group.

Email actions

3.Create new Method Action and specify Method Object. In this case, Method Object is going to be the object for which alarm redirection needs to be restarted. Select Restart Redirections as Method. Enter the redirection group's name in single quotes ('Redirection Group Name') as the value for the Redirection Group argument.New method actions

Method action definition

4. Add the newly created method action to the list of redirection actions in point's properties. Make sure to specify a delay to restart alarm redirection.

Pressure table updated

Only redirection actions configured under the same redirection group (PressureGroup in this case) will be restarted. Do not assign other redirection actions to the same redirection group if they do not need to be triggered repeatedly. Make sure the method action is also assigning the same redirection group (PressureGroup in this case) to be triggered again.

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