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

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

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

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Video: How to retrieve a fault recording (OPG) in SFT2841 from the Sepam Series 20, 40,60 and 80 Relay?

How to retrieve a disturbance recording from a Sepam relay using SFT2841.

Product Line
Sepam Series 80
Sepam Series 60
Sepam Series 40
Sepam Series 20

Steps to retrieve fault recording in SFT2841: (Note: Screen Caps may appear differently depending on Sepam series)

1. Verify communication between PC and Sepam. This indicator is located on the bottom left-hand side of SFT2841 window.

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2. Click on "fault recording" located on the Menu bar.

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3. Select the desired waveform based on the date/time and then click on the "retrieve" button.

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4. Select the save location and click "save"

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5. SFT2841 will take some time to download the OPG (fault recording). After the download is complete, you can use WAVEWIN Data Management and Analysis System software or some other equivalent software to view the waveform capture.  Note that SFT2826 is obsolete and no longer available so use Wavewin instead.  

Please see the following video for walk through instructions.


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.
Product Line

 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

What was a unitized EZ Stack meter center?

Product Features

Product Line:
Unitized EZ Metering Equipment

The unitized EZ Stack devices were self-contained meter centers, available with up to six disconnecting means. The 100 A devices accepted field installed QO or Q1 tenant breakers. The 125 and 150 A devices were supplied with factory installed Q2 tenant breakers. This product line is obsolete. The current offering for this application would be MP METER-PAK.

Can I purchase the cover only for the L13/150?

No, the cover for the L13/150 is not sold separately.

Can an adjustable trip circuit breaker be used to protect conductors rated at less than the maximum setting of the circuit breaker?

Using an adjustable-trip breaker at less than its maximum setting

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

Powerpact and Masterpact Circuit Breakers with Micrologic Trip Units

A  circuit breaker can be applied at less than its maximum rating if the amp rating is adjusted to a level needed to protect the wire, and if access to the adjusting means is appropriately restricted. 
NEC240.6(C) states " ``A circuit breaker that has restricted access to the adjusting means shall be permitted to have an ampere rating(s) that is equal to the adjusted current setting (long-time pickup setting). Restricted access shall be defined as:
(1) Located behind removable and sealable covers over the adjusting means
(2) Located behind bolted equipment enclosure doors
(3) Located behind locked doors accessible only to qualified personnel
(4) Password protected, with password accessible only to qualified personnel
For Micrologic Trip Units, restricted access may be accomplished by installing the MICROTUSEAL Trip Unit Seal onto the cover over the adjusting dials.

Seal illustration


Will the LAD** time delay auxiliary contact module fit the D2 series pre-Tesys contactors?

Can new accessories be used on older style contactors

Product Line:
IEC contactors and starters

Pre-Tesys Contactors

Identifying product compatibility

Yes, all front mount D2 and Tesys series auxiliary modules are backward forward compatible.
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