RCCB 4P 25…125A B TYPE
RCCB ID type B 4P
RCCB 4P 25…125A B TYPE
RCCB ID type B 4P

Acti 9 Residual Current Circuit Breaker ID, 4 Poles, 63A, Class B 30 mA

Catalogue Number: 16756
RCCB 4P 25…125A B TYPE
RCCB ID type B 4P
RCCB 4P 25…125A B TYPE
RCCB ID type B 4P
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

Specifications

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Range of product
ID RCCB
Range
Acti 9
Product name
Acti 9 RCCB-ID
Product or component type
residual current circuit breaker (RCCB)
Device short name
RCCB-ID
Poles description
4P
Neutral position
left
[In] rated current
63 A
Network type
AC
Earth-leakage sensitivity
30 mA
Earth-leakage protection time delay
instantaneous
Earth-leakage protection class
type B
Rated breaking and making capacity
Im = 630 A conforming to IEC 61008
Rated conditional short-circuit current
Inc 10 kA 63 A
Device location in system
outgoer
Network frequency
50/60 Hz
[Ue] rated operational voltage
230/400 V
[Ui] rated insulation voltage
440 V AC 50 Hz conforming to IEC 61008-1
[Uimp] rated impulse withstand voltage
4 kV conforming to IEC 61008-1
Connection pitch
9 mm pitches
8
Height
86 mm
Width
72 mm
Depth
76 mm
Net weight
450 g
Mechanical durability
5000 cycles
Electrical durability
2000 cycles
Connections - terminals
  • tunnel type terminals2 cable(s) 1.5-16 mm² flexible
  • tunnel type terminals2 cable(s) 1.5-16 mm² rigid
  • tunnel type terminals1 cable(s) 1.5-50 mm² rigid
  • tunnel type terminals1 cable(s) 1.5-35 mm² flexible
  • tunnel type terminals1 cable(s) 1.5-35 mm² flexible with ferrule
  • tunnel type terminals2 cable(s) 1.5-16 mm² flexible with ferrule
    • Wire stripping length
      11 mm
      Tightening torque
      3-3 N.m
      Compatibility code
      ID_RCCB
      Market segment
      small commercial
      Standards
    • VDE 0664
    • EN 61008
    • IEC 61008
      • IP degree of protection
      • IP20 conforming to IEC 60529
      • IP40 (modular enclosure) conforming to IEC 60529
        • Tropicalisation
          2
          Relative humidity
          95-95 % at 55-55 °C
          Ambient air temperature for operation
          -25-40 °C
          Ambient air temperature for storage
          -40-85 °C
          REACh Regulation
          Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
          REACh free of SVHC
          Yes
          EU RoHS Directive
          Compliant
          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)
          Circularity Profile
          N/A
          WEEE
          The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
          Warranty
          18 months

          Documents & downloads

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          • Catalog Page

          • Technical Data Catalogues

          • Installation Instruction

          • Product Environmental

          • Specification for Tender

          • Declaration of Conformity

          • Certificates (MSDS)

          Frequently Asked Questions

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          What is the replacement for the Merlin Gerin Current Transformer 16456?

          The Part code is METSECT5CC020.
          https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=METSECT5CC020

          Communicate M241 with 1756 ControlLogix controllers via Ethernet/IP

          Issue:
          M241 to communicate with a 1756 ControlLogix controller via Ethernet/IP

          Product Line:
          M241

          Resolution:
          See attached pdf

          What RCCB is suitable for use in a VSD application?

          B type RCCB, 63 A 4 poles 30 mA sensitivity:  Part #16756

          Need letters for CT Contactor 15956

           No lettering available for CT Contactor

          Does the 16568 come with cartridge when ordered

           Yes it comes with a cartridge - complete unit

          What is the current transformers with accuracy class 0.5rated power: 3 VA?

           The part code is 16455

          What is the surge protection replacement for an old PDL 40kA surge protection

           You can use a 16561

          What is the part code for a Surge arrestor 3P neutral needed that indicates tripping

           The part code you need is a 16564

          What is the replacement for 16066 Timer?

          The replacement for 16066 Timer is A9E16066.

          A9E16066
          iRTB relay-delays de-energizing a load upon closing-1C/O - Uc 24-240 VAC/24VDC

          For more information see:
          https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=A9E16066

          STBNIC2212 Cannot be Used with a ControlLogix 1756-ENET/B

          Goals and Symptoms

          The purpose of this Resolution is to inform users of Advantys STB Ethernet/IP NIMs of a communications problem between the STBNIC2212 and an Allen-Bradley ControlLogix 1756-ENET/B bridge.

          Facts and Changes

          The latest A-B bridge, 1756-ENBT/A, will successfully communicate with the STBNIC2212.

          Although the 1756-ENBT/A bridge is a direct replacement for the older 1756-ENET/B bridge, the NIC2212 does NOT work with the older ENET/B bridge.

          Causes and Fixes

          There are no plans to correct the issue that occurs between the STBNIC2212 and the older ENET/B version. The Allen-Bradley 1756 - ENBT/A must be used.


          Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL198424 V1.0, Originally authored by DaDz on 05/05/2009, Last Edited by DaDz on 05/05/2009
          Related ranges: Advantys STB

          What is the part code for a CT contactor 16Amp 1N/O + 1 N/C

           The part code is 15956

          What is the din rail mounted timer - wanted to time for 30mins

           The part code is 16066

          What is the new version of the Merlin Gerin 16066?

          The part number is A9E16066.

          What is the alternative for the Merlin Gerin Surge Arrestor 16566?

          The Part number is A9L40100
          https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=A9L40100
           

          Why can't an Advantys STB AC input module be selected as a Reflex Action input ?

          The AC input modules (STBDAI5230, STBDAI5260 and STBDAI7220) do not have a module status bit used by the Reflex action to determine the health of the module as well as the health of the input signal.

          What is the part number for the replacment to 16451?

          The replacement to the 16451 is new part number - METSECT5CC005
          For further information please visit the link:
           https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=METSECT5CC005
           
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          What are the dimensions for a Colour CTouch Wallbox 5000CTCWB

          The dimensions for the Colour CTouch screen wallbox (5000CTCWB) are as follows:

          224mm x 167mm x 68mm 

           

          What are the dimensions for wall box to suit Mark 2 colour touch screen?

          The part number for wall box is 5000CTCWB and the Dimensions are 224mm x 167mm x 68mm.

          What is the replacement for the 16066?

          The replacement part number for the 16066 is A9E16066
          See data sheet for more information....https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=a9e16066
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          General Receptacle Wiring Practices

          This document describes which voltages can be derived at the electrical outlet receptacle from the existing wiring found in common electrical boxes for both residential and commercial applications. This information is applicable to the United States only, although Canadian applications will be similar.

          Residential Applications:

          Generally a 120 / 240 volt, three-wire system is used in residential applications.

          120 Volt Applications:

          For 120 volt applications, there should be three wires in the box. The expected color of the wires should be green (the green wire is ground, but it could also be a bare wire rather than green), white (neutral), and black (phase also known as hot). Voltage between the phase and neutral conductors will be 120 volts nominal. When connecting a receptacle (usually a NEMA X5-XX), the ground wire bonds to the green terminal, neutral bonds to the silver terminal, and hot bonds to the copper-colored terminal. A qualified person can change a 120 volt dedicated box to a 240 volt box by connecting the neutral wire to a suitable dual-pole circuit breaker on the opposite phase leg. This conductor shall be wrapped with black tape. A suitable 240 volt receptacle will be installed in the box.

          240 Volt Applications:

          If the box is being used for a 240 volt application, there should be three wires in the box. The expected colors of the wires should be green (the green wire is ground, but it could also be a bare wire rather than green) and two black wires (phase conductors). Voltage between the two phase conductors should be 240 Volts. When connecting a receptacle (usually a NEMA X6-XX), the green (or bare) wire bonds to the ground lug and the phase conductors bond to the X and Y lugs (either phase conductor can go to either lug). A qualified person can change a 240 volt box to a 120 volt box by taking one of the phase conductors and connecting it to the neutral bus in the circuit breaker panel. This conductor shall be wrapped with white tape. A suitable 120 volt receptacle will be installed in the box.

          Commercial Applications:

          Generally a 120 / 208 volt, five wire system derived from a transformer with a wye secondary is used in commercial applications. There are three hot phase conductors (colored red, blue, and yellow), a neutral conductor (colored white), and a ground wire (colored green). Some or all of these wires may show up in the box.

          120 Volt Applications:

          For 120 volt applications, any one of the hot phase conductors will be connected to the copper-colored terminal on a suitable NEMA X5-XX receptacle. The neutral conductor will be connected to the silver terminal. The ground wire shall connect to the green terminal.

          208 Volt Applications:

          For 208 volt applications, any two of the hot phase conductors will be connected to the X and Y terminals of a suitable NEMA X6-XX receptacle. The ground wire will be connected to the ground lug (colored green).

          Why is my M1E not IO scanning my Advantys STBNIP2212 island?

          Title

           

          Issue

           

          Product Line

           

          Environment

           

          Cause

           

          Resolution

          Ensure that the ethernet network, IP addresses and subnet masks are configured properly and all devices can be pinged.  Now verify that in the M1E IO scanner setup that the 'Read Ref Slave' memory location is set for 45392 and not 40001 as would be the case if scanning a Momentum IO base with an ENT communication adapter.  This is a common error with Advantys STB.

          What are the dimensions of the wall box to suit the B12/30/6 Multi-Gang Switch?

          The wall box to suit the 12/30/6 Multi-Gang Switch is a 164/6.

          The dimensions of the wall box is a 164/6 are 278mm(W) X 97mm(H) X 58mm(D).

          Some of the key features are:

          • 30 series rocker type
          • B-Style
          • Switch arrangement 6 horizontal and 2 vertical
          • Fascia size: 303 mm Width x 120 mm Height
          • 12 number of switch apertures


          For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=B12/30/6

          Where can I find the CAD drawing for 140XCP40100?

          Issue:
          Where can I find the CAD drawing for 140XCP40100?

          Product Line:
          Quantum, 140CPU

          Resolution:
          There are currently no CAD drawings available for the 140XCP40100.

          However, all classic "1 slot" quantum modules share the same dimensions once the terminal block is inserted.


           

          ION_Data Maintenance Job Fails

          Goals and Symptoms


          Summary

          The scheduled maintenance job for the ION_Data database fails due to insufficient space on the C drive.

          Symptoms

          The following information appears in the Task History of the Maintenance job for the ION_Data database:

            • Step 1

              Executed as user: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM. Insufficient space is available on C: drive to execute the requested task. The system database tempdb must be able to grow to 1085.60 MB to complete the requested task.

               

              Job Outcome

              The job failed.    The Job was invoked by Schedule 11 (Schedule for [ION_Data] - MAINTENANCE - Job).    The last step to run was step 4 (Step 4 - Email On Task Failure).

          Facts and Changes

          KeywordsION_Data

          Maintenance

          Database Manager

          Causes and Fixes

          Cause

          There is insufficient disk space on the C drive.  If the available space is less than 1.1GB, the Maintenance schedule will not work.

          Resolution

          Free up space on the C drive to let the system database (tempdb) to grow to 1.1 GB.

          Alternatively, move tempdb to a location where there is sufficient space.  See KB article 10156 for instructions on how to do this.

           

          Original article#10873


          Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL182947 V1.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 03/20/2007, Last Edited by DaMi on 03/20/2007
          Related ranges: ION Enterprise

          Comment peut-on reinitialiser une carte VW3A59310 dont la configuration prealable utilisait le FDR ?

          Goals and Symptoms

          Comment peut-on réïnitialiser une carte VW3A59310 dont la configuration préalable utilisait le FDR ?

          Facts and Changes

          La VW3A58310 était utilisée avec la fonction FDR.
          On souhaite ensuite l'utiliser sans FDR (conf adresse IP par pocket et ScanI/O pour la commande). On a alors le symptôme suivant :
          Affichage : nSt
          ETA = 16#0040
          Aucune commande n'est prise en compte : après l'envoi de CMD = 16#06 l'ETA est inchangé à 16#0040
          Aucune

          Causes and Fixes

          Lorsqu'une carte Ethernet à été configurée au préalalble avec la fonctionnalité FDR et si elle se trouve reliée à un serveur qui ne possède pas cette fonction, le problème est le suivant :

          La carte ( client ) envoit en permanence des requêtes FDR au serveur et reste en attente sans tomber en défaut. Tant qu'il n'y a pas de retour du serveur la carte refuse toute communication.

          La solution consiste à dévalider la fonction FDR de la carte via le keypad et de rentrer les paramètres suivants ( menu 8 ) :

          P01 : 0
          P02 : 1
          P03 : 0
          P04 : x
          P05 : 15

          Faire un power off / power on ( un mars et ça repart ).

          What HID cards supported by NetBotz rack access AP9361, NBPD0170 pod, and NetBotz 250.


          Issue:

          HID cards supported by NetBotz rack access AP9361 and NBPD0170 pod

          Product Line:

          NetBotz

          Environment:

          NetBotz rack access AP9361 units
          NBPD0170 pods,
          NetBotz 250 with rack access

          Cause:

          The current hardware and firmware supports specific HID cards

          Resolution:

          Please note that this information is in the manuals for these devices as well and the card listings may be updated without notice in this k-base.

          The Rack Access PX-HID and NetBotz NBPD0170 pod supports four access card formats. The available formats are:
          • H10301—Standard 26 bit: An access card with a 26-bit card ID number and a facility code.
          • H10302—37 bit w/o facility code: An access card with a 37-bit card ID number and no facility code.
          • H10304—37 bit w/ facility code: An access card with a 37-bit card ID number and a facility code.
          • Corporate 1000: An access card with a 35-bit card ID number and a unique company ID code.

          The Rack Monitor 250 with the NetBotz 125 kHz Handle Kit (NBHN0125) supports the following 125kHz
          proximity cards:
          • H10301 26-bit
          • H10302 - 37 bit
          • H10304 - 37bit with facility code
          • CORP-1000

          The Rack Monitor 250 with the NetBotz 13.56 MHz Handle Kit (NBHN1356) supports the following
          13.56MHz proximity cards:
          • MIFARE Classic 4-byte UID
          • MIFARE Classic 7-byte UID
          • MIFARE DESFIRE
          • MIFARE PLUS 

           

          Where can a Certificate or Declaration of Compliance, Conformance or Conformity be obtained? Is there a Certificate of Compliance available for NetShelter SX or SV?

          Issue:
          Documentation needs to be supplied.

          Product Line:
          NetShelter SX, NetShelter SV
           
          Environment:
          All versions and serial ranges. 
           
          Cause: 
          The end user is requesting documentation.
           
          Resolution:
          There are different kinds of compliance and conformance documents. For CE Declaration of Conformity (CE DoC) please see Knowledge Base document FA214226.

          •Self Declaration of Conformity (“Self DoC” or “sDOC”)
          This is a document issued by SEIT declaring that a specific product is in compliance with a specific requirement.  It’s the equivalent of the CE DoC except that this is kind of document is associated with products not subject to CE marking.  For example, for products that are not subject to the RoHS directive, compliance with RoHS would be made via a Declaration of Compliance. These documents are available from the individual product pages of the APC website. Knowledge Base document FA226241 describes in detail where to find agency approvals and documents.
          •Certificate of Compliance (CoC, C of C, Certificate of Conformance, Certificate of Conformity)
          This is a document produced by Logistics which certifies that products that are part of a shipment conform to all applicable requirements. It's typically requested on the purchase order at time of order.
          If a Certificate of Compliance is required after the product has shipped please contact the company who last shipped the product. If that company is APC then SEIT must determine the sales order number, determine the distribution center, and contact that DC to provide the document.
          aka: Certificate of Conformance, Certificate of Conformity.

          Attached below please find the NetShelter SX and SV Certificate of Compliance documents for RoHS and REACH.

          PME 9. Billing Module / Rate editor does not work with Finish Localization

          Problem overview:
          The Web Rate Editor does not work correctly if Finish settings are selected.  The first time allows you to edit the file but if you include decimal values (that uses “,”) the second time you open the file it shows empty rows.
           
          I deployed test with Localization
          English (Finland) and Suomi(Suomi)-customer needs this-
          And I could reproduce the same behaviour. 
          For more details, please refer to the attached file or to BFO case ​
          51894408

          Resolution
          1. Go to \Schneider Electric\Power Monitoring Expert\applications\RateEditor\_lib\ and move the "rateeditor.js" to another location  (don't just rename) in case you have to revert.
          2. Download the "rateeditor.js" attached below and move it to Schneider Electric\Power Monitoring Expert\applications\RateEditor\_lib\
          3. Restart the services or the server if possible and try again.  (Not mandatory but recommended)

          I tried the steps above on my test system where I reproduced the issue and works well.

          INTERNAL ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FROM L4

          They have discovered a couple of other problems if Finnish settings are used:
          1. You can't choose a custom date range in Diagrams.
          2. In the new 9.0 Alarms app, when clicking an Alarm or Incident link for "Open Representative Waveform" the call will fail to open the waveform viewer with a message stating that no waveforms can be found. NOTE:  This does not affect the ability to view waveforms via the Analysis Timeline or "Waveform Tab" of Alarms or Incidents

           

          Power Monitoring Expert 8.2 installation/upgrade fails at Create Database and Verify Database if SQL Server Management Studio v17.x is installed

          Issue
          The installation of PME 8.2 or upgrade to PME 8.2 fails at the 'Create Database' and 'Verify Database' steps. None of the databases get created. This will occur if SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) v17.x has been installed. This problem is independent of the SQL Server version being used. The problem occurs because version 17 of SSMS installs sqlpackage.exe in the \140\DAC\bin folder, and this is not where the PME installer expects it to be. This new version of SSMS is compatible with older versions of SQL Server, so this problem is not confined to those using SQL Server 2016.

          Product Line
          Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 8.2

          Environment
          Installation

          Resolution

          New Installs
          CASE 1: You have tried to install PME 8.2 and the installer has failed at the Create Database and Verify Database steps
          .
          1. Shut down the installer
          2. Go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features and uninstall 'Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework (x86)' - see attached screen cap
          3. Browse the PME 8.2 DVD to the Setup\Setup[Support\Database directory and double-click on DACFramework.msi
          4. Start the PME Installer and choose 'Reconfigure'.
          5. The Reconfigure will create the databases and do all the necessary configuration steps
          6. Once the Reconfigure is complete, close the installer, go to Programs and Features, right click on Power Monitoring Expert -> Change - > Reset Accounts
          7. You only have to reset the supervisor account.
          Once this is complete, PME has been successfully installed.

          CASE 2: You have not yet run the PME 8.2 installer
          Before running the PME 8.2 installer
          1. Go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features and uninstall 'Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework (x86)'
          2. Browse the PME 8.2 DVD to the Setup\Setup[Support\Database directory and double-click on DACFramework.msi
          Once this is done, PME will install successfully, and Database Manager will work correctly.
           

          Upgrades
          CASE 1: You have tried to upgrade to PME 8.2 and the installer has failed at the Create Database and Verify Database steps

          1. Go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features and uninstall 'Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework (x86)'
          2. Browse the PME 8.2 DVD to the Setup\Setup[Support\Database directory and double-click on DACFramework.msi
          3. If the Installer window is still active, choose 'Try Again', if not restart the installer and choose 'Resume'

          Once this is done, PME will upgrade successfully.

          CASE 2: You have not yet run the PME 8.2 installer
          Before running the PME 8.2 installer

          1. Go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features and uninstall 'Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework (x86)'
          2. Browse the PME 8.2 DVD to the Setup\Setup[Support\Database directory and double-click on DACFramework.msi

          Once this is done, PME will upgrade successfully.


          Additional Information

          The issue is not with the SQL Server database engine, but rather with the recent version of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS).  SQL Server Management Studio is a tool that is compatible with multiple versions of SQL Server and includes a number of tools, including the DAC components.  The DAC components are invoked from SSMS in the import and export of DacPac files, which is what PME uses to create and upgrade databases. Recently, Microsoft released a new version of SQL Server Management Studio, moving from version 16.53 to 17.x.  Version 17 uses SQL Server 2017 (not yet released) SQL compatibility 140 instead of 130. Because the PME installer sees SQL Server 2016, it expects SQL Compatibility 130 and therefore it looks for sqlpackage.exe in the \130\DAC directory. Since it is not there, the database creation and thus the PME install fails.

          A new SQL Server 2016 SP1 install will direct you to install v17.x of SSMS. If you have an older version of SQL Server, if is possible to upgrade SSMS to v17.x. It is a free download. However if SSMS v17.x is installed, both new PME 8.2 installs, and upgrades to PME 8.2 will fail. PME uses sqlpackage.exe to create and upgrade databases. 

          PME 8.2 installer is looking to use and access Sqlpackage.exe from the following folder
          C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\130\DAC\bin\
          however the latest version of SQL server 2016 SP1, the Management Tools installer places this new version of Sqlpackage.exe in
          C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\140\DAC\bin\
          Since  Sqlpackage.exe is where the installer expected, none of the databases will be created. You will see an error like:
           
          " RunExcutable encountered a problem running process for command C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\130\DAC\bin\sqlpackage.exe /Action:Script
          System.ComponentModel.Win32Exception (0x800040005): The system cannot find the file specified "

          It is possible to edit one of the installer broker files - 'database.core.broker' xml -  file to have the correct path. Once that broker file is updated, you can re-run the installer and it will complete that step successfully. However, even though PME 8.2 installs, Database Manager will not function correctly, since it also uses sqlpackage.exe. This is not the recommended workaround.

          Related Issues
          If Power Monitoring Expert 8.2 is installed on a server using SQL Server 2016, and SQL Server Management Studio is subsequently upgraded to v17.x, Database Manager will no longer function normally.

          If SQL Server Management Studio is upgraded to v17.x on any PME system with any SQL Server version, the 'Reconfigure' function of the PME installer will fail on any of the steps requiring database interaction.

          To correct both of the above issues:

          1. Go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features and uninstall 'Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework (x86)'
          1. Browse the PME 8.2 DVD to the Setup\Setup[Support\Database directory and double-click on DACFramework.msi