Modena/Strato, Metal Wall Box, 1 Gang, Wide Type, Slide Nut

Modena/Strato, Metal Wall Box, 1 Gang, Wide Type, Slide Nut

Modena/Strato, Metal Wall Box, 1 Gang, Wide Type, Slide Nut

Item Number: 157



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Green Premium product


REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

REACh free of SVHC


EU RoHS Directive

Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)

Toxic heavy metal free


Mercury free


RoHS exemption information


China RoHS Regulation

 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)

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Package 1 Bare Product Quantity


Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Height

21 cm

Package 1 Width

34.8 cm

Package 1 Length

44.5 cm

Package 1 Weight

0.142 kg
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the technologies used in RCD?

Voltage Independent Technology
Residual current devices using Voltage Independent Technology can continue to operate in the event of a complete voltage loss or neutral break.

The residual current device consists of:
  • high magnetic performance core (ex: nanocrystalline)
  • a high-sensitivity relay
  • an electronic interface analyzing the signal.
  • The toroid provides information on the leakage current and the power required to trip the device.
  • The electronic circuit and the relay are not connected to the electrical network. Power is provided only by the leakage current.
  • Even if there is an accidental break of the neutral conductor or a voltage drop, the entire electromechanical system will continue to operate, allowing the residual current device to trip.

Voltage Dependent Technology (with and without FE)
A voltage source is required to operate this technology.
For Schneider Electric residual current devices, earth fault protection is provided in the event of a voltage drops down to 50 V.

In the case of VDT technology ("Voltage Dependent Technology"), the toroid only provides information about the leakage current.
The power required for tripping is supplied by the electrical network.

"Voltage Dependent Technology" RCDs supplied via the FE (Functional Earth)
In the event of loss of supply (required to address the fault and trip), there are two categories of behavior:
  • Category 1: the RCD does not open and continuity of service is optimum, because the load is powered on when the voltage is restored, but the RCD is unable to operate if the loss of power supply is the result of a neutral break. The presence of line voltage is a hazard because the RCD is no longer able to perform its protection function in the event of contact with the line potential
  • Category 2: the RCD opens if there is loss of power supply (including in the event of neutral break). After the voltage is restored, the RCD must be reclosed to power on the load again.
To improve the level of protection provided by category 1 RCD, in the event of neutral breaking, the product is supplied by redundancy via the FE (line to FE supply instead of line to neutral), allowing it to continue to perform its protection function.
This configuration allows the behavior of VDT RCDs to be compared with that of VIT RCDs.
  • conformity with the standards is confirmed by a national conformity mark on the product. The mark is assigned by a third-party organization independent of Schneider Electric. This involves regular sampling at the production site to ensure continued conformity with the standards in question.
According to the standard requirements, all electrical equipment protected by VD with FE RCDs must be earthed to ensure maximum earthing resistance as follows:
  • Ue = 110 V: 50 ohm,
  • Ue = 230/240 V: 100 ohm.

Reference document - CA908066E

Where to download the firmware (V 1.13.0) for SpaceLogic C-Bus Controllers NAC and AC?

The new firmware (version 1.13.0) for SpaceLogic C-Bus Controllers NAC and AC is available for download on se.com. and in Exchange Platforms

The new firmware version V1.13.0 is available for 5500NAC2, 5500AC2, 5500NAC, 5500SHAC, LSS5500NAC, LSS5500SHAC.

The main features of this new firmware release  (V1.13.0) are:

  • Scheduler Enhancement
  • Error reporting application improvements
  • Bug fixes

Related documents can be downloaded along with the firmware file:
  • Release Notes for V1.13.0
  • User Manual update for firmware V1.13.0
Links for www.se.com page and Exchange to download the firmware and the related documents:
SpaceLogic C-Bus Network Automation Controller
Se.com: Link   
Firmware download page link
Direct link to the firmware file
SpaceLogic C-Bus Application Controller
Se.com: Link 
Firmware download page link
Direct link to the firmware file
C-Bus Network Automation Controller
End of Commercial
Se.com:  Link   
Firmware download page link
Direct link to the firmware file
Wiser for C-Bus Automation Controller
End of Commercial
Se.com: Link
Firmware download page link
Direct link to the firmware file


Acti9 PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD) shows only the first 20 PowerTags connected to PowerTag Link HD (A9XMWD100). Is it normal?


Please see below details from the PowerTag Link User Guide (DOCA0157EN).

Please note that one PowerTag Link HD gateway can only be paired to ONLY ONE PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD).
Please see below details from the same user guide.


Therefore, there is no way to display all the PowerTags configured to PowerTag Link HD through PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD).
As a solution you can;

1.Have a separate PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD) configured to each gateway with 20 PowerTag sensors.


2. Have configured one FDM128 display to monitor up to 8 PowerTag Link or PowerTag Link HD gateways.
In case of PowerTag Link HD (A9XMWD100) is used as a gateway then max number of 40 PowerTag sensors can be viewed.

For example if a customer wants to view details of 100 PowerTags in FDM128 then architecture with 2 PowerTag Link HD (40 sensors per PowerTag Link HD) and 1 PowerTag Link-A9XMWD20 (20 sensors PowerTag Link) can be used.

Please see more details in the FDM128 User Guide (DOCA0037EN).



Is there a MSDS for 157FSM?

Yes, the material safety data sheet for the 157FSM Flexible Fire Resistant Sealant is available on request only.
To receive a copy, please call the Clipsal/Schneider Technical Department on 137328

For further product information see:
box wall fyre seal mastic

How does Multidrive link grouping works on ATV Process drives?

In case of drives ATV600 it is possible to use several Multidrive Link groups by configuring MDPC parameter for each group. It is also possible to add individual drives to the same network.

In case of ATV900 it is not possible to use more than one group in the same network. but individual drives can be used in the same network as the multidrive link group.
A simple switch can be used for this kind of application.

Is there a wall box to suit the Clipsal 3015/4 or PDL395H4 ICONIC quad outlet?

The 3157/4PRM is a 54mm deep plastic wall box to suit ICONIC quad outlets.

Clipsal Iconic - Moulded Plastic Wall Box to Suit Iconic Quad Socket with Sliding Recessed Nuts - Deep Type (54mm Depth)
See link :https://www.clipsal.com/products/detail?CatNo=3157/4PRM&backto=/search?q=3157/4PRM&tab-document-1=0&itemno=3157/4PRM

The other flush mounting accessory option is a Clipsal 3155H4 or PDL155H4 which is a metal stud mount bracket.
See link for more details:https://www.clipsal.com/products/detail?CatNo=3155H4&backto=/search?q=3155H4&tab-document-1=0&itemno=3155H4

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