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Key Features & Specifications

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  • Standard
  • Sliding nut
  • 1 gang
  • 84 mm mounting centre
  • Suits universal wall construction
  • For poured concrete
  • Knockouts: 3 x 20 Back, 1 x 20 Top, 1 x 20 Bottom, 2 x 20 LH Side, 2 x 20 RH Side
Product brand
Clipsal
Shape
rectangular
Number of gangs
1 gang
Cable entry number
9
Material
steel
Surface treatment
electro-galvanized
Length
97 mm
Width
50 mm
Depth
39 mm
Location of connection
rear
Sustainable offer status
Green Premium product
REACh Regulation
Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
REACh free of SVHC
Yes
EU RoHS Directive
Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
Toxic heavy metal free
Yes
Mercury free
Yes
RoHS exemption information
Yes
China RoHS Regulation
 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
Environmental Disclosure
ENVPEP110719EN
Circularity Profile
N/A

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Frequently Asked Questions

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How can you convert LV429550 to 160 amps?

What is the part number for a Schneider, 60 pole, indoor DB with 160 amp main switch?

The part number for a Schneider, 60 pole, indoor DB with 160 amp main switch is an MB260E31.

What is the part number for the 48 Poles IP42 Metal Distribution Board with 160 Amps Main Switch?

The part number for the 48 Poles IP42 Metal Distribution Board with 160 Amps Main Switch is "MB248D31"


 

What is the part number for the 4 Pole NSX160H Breaker with 160 Amps Micrologic 2.2 Trip Unit?

The part number for the 4 Pole NSX160H Breaker with 160 Amps Micrologic 2.2 Trip Unit is "LV430800"

https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/LV430800

 

What is the part code for INS switch with an escutcheon for the INS100

No there is no escutcheon for the INS40 - 160 range

What are the Parts required to make up an NSX250F Breaker with Micrologic 2.2 Trip Unit 160 Amps?

We can make it up with following two items:

Part number LV431403 - NSX250F Basic Frame
Part number LV430470 - Micrologic 2.2 Trip Unit 160 Amps

 

What is the part number for Switchboard with 160 amp main switch and 36 pole?

What is the part number for a 50kA NSX400 C/B with micrologic 2.3 unit with trip range - 160 - 400amps?

The part number for a 50kA NSX400 C/B with micrologic 2.3 unit with trip range - 160 - 400amps is - LV432693

For further information , visit link below:-
https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/LV432693
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Is there available a 160A 3p mcb the same depth as a C120

 No - for 160 , will need to use NSX160, depth = 126mm
MCB maximum size 125A

Which networks are supported on the Modicon Momentum by Communication adapters

The following networks are supported by Modicon Momentum Communication adapters

Communication adapters for Ethernet TCP/IP
170 ENT 110 02 Transparent Ready Class A10
170 ENT 110 01 Transparent Ready Class B20
 
INTERBUS SUPI 3
170 INT 110 03 Twisted Pair
170 INT 120 00 Fibre optic
 
INTERBUS I/O bus SUPI 2
170 INT 110 00 Twisted Pair
 
Profi bus DP
170 DNT 110 00
DeviceNet
170 LNT 710 00
 
Modbus Plus
170 PNT 110 20
170 PNT 160 20
170 NEF 110 21
170 NEF 160 21
 
Fipio
170 FNT 110 00
170 FNT 110 01

Are there system words in the M340 that indicate IO health?

System words 160 through 167 (%SW160 - %SW167) provide health status of M340 racks 0 through 7. 0 indicates an IO fault. 1 indicates correct operation of the IO module.


What is the temperature rating of a 501ES lampholder?

The lampholders easily pass the 160 deg C temperature requirements of AS3117.
Tests have found they are suitable for continuous use at 180 deg C and over and for intermittent use at 200deg C and over.
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade

What is the part number for 160A, 25KA, electronic trip MCCB?

Maximum Size of SMS Message / Alert

Issue:

Maximum Size of SMS Message / Alert

Product Line:

NetBotz

Environment:

NetBotz SMS messaging via GSM modem

Cause:

Message size limitation..

Resolution:

The maximum size of an SMS text message sent via GSM is 160 single byte characters. Different carriers could potentially put lower limits.

What is the maximum number of point APS_SENSORS that a VAMP 321 or VAMP 221 can monitor?

Issue
User needs to know the maximum number of APS_SENSORS that a VAMP 321 or VAMP 221 can monitor

Product Line
VAMP 321
VAMP 221

Environment
I/O units

Resolution
The VAMP 321 and VAMP 221 can monitor a maximum of 16 modules.
With a VAM 10L or VAM 12L module you can monitor a total of 160 APS_SENSORS.

AOS v6.3.2/sy3p APP v6.3.2 UPS Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) AP9630/AP9631 UPS Compatibility


Issue

This knowledge base will specify the compatibility of UPS Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) AP9630/31 sy3p APP v6.3.2 compatibility.


Product Line
  • UPS Network Management Card 2 - AP9630/30CH, AP9631/31CH
 
  • Data Center and Facility 3 Phase UPS - Symmetra PX 


Cause

As compatibility for AP9630/31 sy3p APP v6.3.2 is different than previous sy3p NMC2 firmware APP versions, this article intends to clarify and outline compatibility for users.


Resolution

Within the global Data Center and Facility 3 Phase UPS product catalog, exists different varities of Symmetra PX including 20, 40, 48, 80, 96, 100, and 160 kVA models.

Please review general Network Management Card compatibility Symmetra PX (if needed) -> Knowledge base article ID FA237786

This temporary NMC2 firmware release AOS v6.3.2/sy3p v6.3.2 will provide support for Symmetra PX 20, 40, 80 kVA models only (especially to help address knowledge base article ID FA238115 and HTTPS access issues). This firmware APP has historically supported Symmetra PX 20, 40, and 80kVA models with SmartSlot cards (AP9630/31) as well as Symmetra PX 48, 96, 100, and 160 kVA models with an embedded Network Management Interface and that also offer an optional AP9630/31 SmartSlot card, which users can add to their system to monitor their UPS only.

Symmetra PX 48, 96, 100, and 160 kVA users should avoid this update for their optional SmartSlot AP9630/31 cards as it will not work or communicate with their UPS. sy3p v5.1.6 or v5.1.8 should be used for PX 48, 96, 100, and 160kVA models for the time being.

A second v6.3.3 update, available as of July 2015, provides support for Symmetra PX 48, 96, 100, and 160 kVA models while maintaining support for Symmetra PX 20/40/80. See below for a compatibility chart.

 
Firmware APP name & version Supported UPS model(s)
v6.3.2 sy3p
  • Symmetra PX - (20/40/80kVA) supported with AP9630/31
v5.1.6 sy3p
v5.1.8 sy3p
v6.3.3 sy3p
  • Symmetra PX - (20/40/80 kVA) supported with AP9630/31
  • Symmetra PX - (48/96/100/160kVA) supported for optional AP9630/31 SmartSlot Card
 

Does the MB distribution board without a Main switch has a provision for the 100 Amp Main Switch?

No! the distribution Board without Main Switch does not come with the cutouts for the Main Switch.

However customer can purchase the Distribution Board with 160 Amp Main Switch which will work the same as the 100 Amp Main Switch.

 

Are spacers available for the leveling feet of NetShelter cabinets?

Issue:
It may be difficult to level a row of cabinets using the leveling feet only due to height differences in the concrete pad.  

Product Line:
NetShelter SX, SV

Environment:
All versions and serial ranges.

Cause:
Cabinet rows need to be leveled. 

Resolution:

Please use AR7605 spacer kit. Each kit includes 160 pieces: (120 x 8mm) and (40 x 2.25mm) 

Can I use the Camera pod 160 with Netbotz Version 2 appliances (Netbotz 500 and Netbotz 420 models)

Issue:

Will the NBPD0160 camera pod work with the older version 2 NetBotz appliances?

Product Line:

NetBotz

Environment:

Netbotz version 2

Cause:

NetBotz camera pod NBPD0121 is no longer manufactured.

Resolution:

No, a NBPD0160 NetBotz camera pod must be used with a version 3 NetBotz appliance. However, an version 2 NetBotz camera pod (NBPD0121) can be used with a version 3 NetBotz appliance.
 

"Slave Device Failure" message polling NetBotz device.

Issue:

"Slave Device Failure" message polling NetBotz device.

Product Line:

NetBotz

Environment:

Modbus
Botzware 3.3 and higher

Cause:

This is a known issue with NetBotz 3.3 or higher Botzware or NetBotz firmware. This error will occur when polling the register assigned to the door switch on a camera pod 160 if the door switch is not connected. It will happen when you poll this register or a block of registers that contain this register.

Resolution:

In order to stop getting this error, you will need to stop polling the register from your BMS. The easiest thing to do is to omit this sensor when initially creating the register map or recreating the register map without this sensor.

Is there a limitation of number of characters for messages displayed in the alarm banner?

Goals and Symptoms

Is there a limitation of number of characters for messages displayed in the alarm banner?

Causes and Fixes

For alarm messages, it's not documented anywhere, but the maximum length of an alarm message is 160 chars. The editor does not stop you as you add them, but it will give an error when you hit "OK" after exceeding this limit.
 


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL192263 V1.0, Originally authored by DaBr on 07/04/2008, Last Edited by DaBr on 07/04/2008
Related ranges: Vijeo Designer

Newly attached camera pod on a version 3 Netbotz appliance does not show time stamp.

Issue:

Newly attached camera pod on a version 3 Netbotz appliance does not show time stamp.

Product Line:

NetBotz version 3 devices

Environment:

NetBotz "botzware" earlier than 3.3

Cause:

Not a default configuration.

Resolution:

The time stamp does not automatically appear on the image on a version 3 Netbotz appliance if a camera pod is added while the appliance is running. The time stamp will appear if the camera pod is attached when the bot is rebooted or if the pod is attached prior to booting the appliance. This happens to both the newer camera pod 160 as well as the older version 2 camera pod 120. This is addressed in Botzware version 3.3

Unable to load audio stream error on NetBotz appliance.

Issue:

Unable to load audio stream error on NetBotz appliance.

Product Line:

NetBotz

Environment:

NetBotz version 3 appliances.
Camera Pod 160

Cause:

After listening to live audio on a CP160 (w/ attached microphone) for a few seconds, an error message may pop up and the audio may stop. The error message will look similar to this:

Unable to load "Camera Pod xxxxxxx" audio stream: Cannot connect

This has only been see on fully loaded version 3 NetBotz appliances and only on very rare occasions. This error occurs because the processor is too busy to play the full audio clip as it is required to process other functions on the system such as storing data or creating new alerts.

Resolution:

To resolve this issue, it may be necessary to reduce your system load by removing sensors or sensor pods.

What is the maximum length of an inter-Sepam 1000+ RS485 communication bus?

The length depends on the number of Sepam units connected and the supply voltage of the ACE949-2 or ACE959 connection interfaces:
Maximum length of RS485 bus with 12 V distributed power supply:
320 m with 5 Sepam units connected
180 m with 10 Sepam units connected
160 m with 20 Sepam units connected
125 m with 25 Sepam units connected

Maximum length of RS485 bus with 24 V distributed power supply:
1000 m with 5 Sepam units connected
750 m with 10 Sepam units connected
450 m with 20 Sepam units connected
375 m with 25 Sepam units connected

N.B.: But these length can be X3 with a special FILECA cable and at Maximum to 1300m

AEDL3


Re-published to revised security level: 23 June 2008

Applies To: Bus length in Sepam 1000+ RS485 network

Original Author: FK

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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL192195 V1.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 06/24/2008, Last Edited by DaMi on 06/24/2008
Related ranges: Sepam series 20, Sepam series 40

Where can you find Quantum I/O module health in Unity?

Unity provides Quantum I/O module health status in %SW180 - %SW339. Unity allocates 5 words per drop x 32 drops for a total of 160 words.
Drop 1 uses %SW180 - 184
Drop 2 uses %SW185 - 189
Drop 3 uses %SW190 - 194
.........................................
Drop 32 uses %SW335 - 339

Each of the 5, 16 bit words are intended to represent the 16 module slots of the 140XBP016 00 backplane. The MSB of the word is equivalent to the left most slot of the backplane or slot 1. The LSB of the word is equivalent to the right most slot of the backplane or slot 16. Any bit within the word which has a value of "1" would indicate that the module or power supply I/O mapped to that slot position is healthy. Any bit position within the word which has a value of "0" would indicate that the module or power supply I/O mapped to that slot is unhealthy or the slot is not configured for use.

A Quantum drop will never use more than the first two of the 5 words provided. This is because a Quantum drop can not have more than two backplanes.
Unity provides 5 words because you could be using 800 series I/O. An 800 series drop could consist of as many as 5, 19" racks or 4, 27" racks making words 3-5 valid where I/O health is concerned.
 

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL199320 V1.0, Originally authored by TVe on 07/09/2009, Last Edited by TVe on 07/09/2009
Related ranges: Unity Pro

Can Event Notification Module (ENM) or Active Pager Module (APM) be used to send text messages to cell phones?

Issue
User would like to receive text messages via APM or ENM

Product line
Active Page Module (APM) 5.x, 6.x
Event Notification Module (ENM) 7.x, 8.x

Environment
SMS Text Message option

Resolution
Active Pager Module (APM) or Event Notification Module (ENM) allows SMS text messaging functionality. All major US and Canada cellular carriers will accept emails addressed to cell phone numbers, convert the email to an SMS text message, and forward it to the specific wireless number. SMS text messaging is limited to 160 characters. 

Use the EMAIL option in the Delivery Relays and follow the specific format of 10DigitNumber@cell.carrier_domain.com to send the pages to a cell phone. The following chart lists the domains for each of the major carriers.

Alltel: @message.alltel.com 
Cingular/AT&T: @txt.att.net 
Nextel: @messaging.nextel.com 
Sprint: @messaging.sprintpcs.com 
SunCom: @tms.suncom.com 
T-mobile: @tmomail.net 
VoiceStream: @voicestream.net 
Verizon: @vtext.com
U.S. Cellular: @email.uscc.net

Bell: @txt.bell.ca
Eastlink: @txt.eastlink.ca
Fido: @fido.ca
Koodo Mobile: @msg.koodomobile.com
MTS: @text.mtsmobility.com
PC Mobile: @mobiletxt.ca
Public Mobile: @msg.telus.com
Rogers: @pcs.rogers.com
Sasktel: @sms.sasktel.com
Solo Mobile: @txt.bell.ca
TBayTel: @pcs.rogers.com
TELUS: @msg.telus.com
Virgin Mobile: @vmobile.ca
WIND Mobile: @txt.windmobile.ca

For example, if your cell number is 555.666.4455 and you have sprint service, you would choose Email as the Delivery Relay and enter the following in the "To" Section:
5556664455@messaging.sprintpcs.com 

Note: The user would still use their existing SMTP server information for sending email messages as text messages.

How to set self test day and time on Symmetra UPS products

Issue:
How to set self test day and time on Symmetra UPS products
 
Product line:
Symmetra PX, Symmetra PX2, Symmetra LX, Symmetra RM
 
Environment:
All Product models 160KVA and below, all serial numbers
 
Cause:
The self test interval can be set by the user, but the day/time of the test cannot be programmed.
 
Resolution:
Two actions will reset the counter for the self test interval.
1) A UPS load on command.
2) An adjustment to the self test interval setting.
 
*note that running a manual self test will NOT affect or set the automatic self test timer.
 
Example:
You would like your self test to run every two weeks on Tuesday morning around10 AM – a time you are likely in the office.
 
Suggested method example:
On Tuesday, at 10am, change the self test setting
(esc) to main UPS menu
Setup (enter)
Other (enter)
Self test (enter)
(up/down) change to never (enter)
(enter again) change to 14 days (enter)
 
Your UPS self test should now run 14 days from this day and time.
 
*in the Symmetra PX 48, 100, 160 kVA the menu path is:
UPS -> UPS Configuration -> Other -> Self test
*the self test schedule (interval) can also be adjusted through the network interface.
 
 
Remember that anytime the UPS is commanded on, this timer will also reset.  If an extended power outage causes your UPS to fully drain batteries and shutdown, the self test day/time will be reset to when the UPS is turned back on. Also, if your UPS was turned off while in maintenance bypass for a repair, upon restart the self test counter would also be reset.  For either of these scenarios, you will need to reset the counter as described above at your chosen day and time.