C120H circuit breaker, 1-pole, with screw cap

Multi 9 C120 Screw Shield Sealable and Divisible, for C120, Set 8

Catalogue Number: 18527
C120H circuit breaker, 1-pole, with screw cap
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Range of product
Product or component type
screw shield
Accessory / separate part category
insulation accessory
Quantity per set
set of 8
Range compatibility
  • Multi 9 C120
  • Multi 9 C120 C120NA-DC
    • Poles description
    • 4P
    • 3P
    • 1P
    • 2P
      • Compatibility code
        REACh free of SVHC
        EU RoHS Directive
        Toxic heavy metal free
        Mercury free
        RoHS exemption information
        China RoHS Regulation
         Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
        The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
        18 months

        Frequently Asked Questions

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        Are EasyPact MVS circuit breakers for sale in the USA or Canada?

        Where can I buy a EasyPact MVS breaker?

        Product Line:
        EasyPact MVS circuit breakers

        There are no plans for a general release of the EasyPact MVS circuit breaker line in the US.

        What is the replacement for a NC100H 3P 40A 

         The part code 18421

        NetBotz post-only mode fails when entering only hostname of Central server.

        NetBotz post-only mode fails when entering only hostname of Central server

        Product Line:
        StruxureWare Central/Data Center Expert

        StruxureWare Central / Data Center Expert any version
        NetBotz any version.

        Lack of DNS info or fully qualified name.

        When entering server information into the "InfraStruxure Central IP/Hostname" field of the Advanced View POST-only-mode configuration window, you must enter either an IP for the Central server or it's fully qualified domain name. Entering in only the host name without the domain information will cause the posts to fail. Additionally, if you do not add the proper DNS entries into the NetBotz configuration, posting will fail as well.

        What is alternative for Schneider part no 18426

        Alternative part no is A9N18426

        for more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=A9N18426

        What is the part code for a pulse relay 16Amp 2P 240V ac coil voltage

        Use a 15520

        What is the replacement part number for the 15270 time clock?

        The replacement part number for the 15270 is now the CCT15940
        for more information see the link....
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        Do you have an active link that takes 185mm cable?

        No, unfortunately we don't have an active link that takes 185mm cable.
        The largest we have is the L13/150R which accommodates 2 x 150sq mm.

        Some of the key features are:
        • 13 hole Front wiring
        • Red base and cover

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=L13/150R


        What is the difference between the Surge Arresters reference 15597 and 16447

        The difference between the Surge Arrester references 15597 and 16447 is as follows:

        1.) 15597 is a PF20 3Pole Fixed type Type 2 LV Surge Arrester.
        2.) 16447 is a PRD20 3Pole Withdrawable type Type 2 LV Surge Arrester. 

        Both are suitable to be used in low risk level and for use in TNC Earthing systems.

        The difference is that 15597 at its end of life needs to be replaced as it is Fixed type, while 16447 at its end of life can be reused by simply replacing the cartridge as it is Withdrawable type, and the other major advantage is that the wiring does not get disturbed.

        When configuring the 140DRC83000, which bits are used of the User Defined Timeout State field?

        For the User Defined Timeout State of the 140DRC83000, only the bits of the low byte or right most byte are used.
        For example a value of 00FF Hex, will set all outputs high on a timeout condition.

        What is the difference between 9001KA21 and 9001KA1 contact blocks?

        Difference between 9001KA21 and 9001KA1.

        Product Line:
        Harmony Pushbuttons

        All Products

        9001KA21 has binder head screws and is not finger-safe. 9001 KA1 has cable clamps and is finger safe.

        UPS Signalling Bundle for IBM AS/400 & IBMi (IBM Power Systems)


        UPS Signalling Bundle for IBM AS/400 & IBMi (IBM Power Systems) - General Information and Troubleshooting steps

        Product Line

        • UPS Device Management
          • AP98275 - UPS Signalling Bundle for IBM AS/400 & IBMi (IBM Power Systems)
          • Most APC branded UPS Models - Single or Three Phase

        • Users with IBM iSeries or AS/400 servers looking for graceful shutdown options
        • Troubleshooting scenario
        • All UPS firmware versions (unless otherwise noted)


        This article provides general information outlining the AP98275 and any steps required for the configurations to work between APC UPS models and IBM iSeries and AS/400 model IBM devices using the AP98275 cable bundle.


        Please refer to the following user's guide linked below outlining the AP98275 bundle and supported IBM server models. Please note we do not currently support any system beyond Power Series 7


        The AP98275 kit includes the following cables, as noted in the Inventory section of the user's guide:

        This document also reviews installation, supported APC UPS systems, system requirements, and set up.

        Important Configuration Information

        As noted in IBM Software Technical Document 467390013, most users may be using D/A/D in SST within the IBM OS to determine if a UPS is detected by the IBM server.

        What does the number indicate?
        • If the value is 0 - no UPS is detected.
        • If the value is 8 - UPS detected and everything is normal.
        • If the value is 9 - UPS detected and battery is low.
        • If the value is A - UPS detected and in bypass mode.
        • If the value is B - UPS detected, in bypass mode, and battery is low.
        • If the value is C - UPS detected and power has failed.
        • If the value is D - UPS detected, power has failed, and battery is low.

        Use of the 940-0274 Cable

        You will NOT receive a UPS-detected signal when using the 940-0274 cable. Instead, a “0” bit character is displayed when this 940-0274 cable is used in place of 940-0031 and IBM f/c 1827. The recommended configuration to replace the 940-0274 cable is to use the 940-0031 cable with an IBM f/c 1827 adapter. This configuration correctly reports that a UPS is detected, power has failed, etc.

        If this does not work, make sure to verify the following items:

        • The cable connector end labeled "UPS" is connected to the UPS (or the 940-3000 dongle if required).
        • Power is applied to the IBM server in the correct way to configure the server serial port for UPS use.

        Note: The 940-0274 cable returns incorrect values due to the IBM reporting. Per IBM Technical Document “467390013”, the highlighted value should be ‘C’ for a “UPS detected and power has failed” instance. Had the value originally been ‘8’, 8+4=C in hex. Therefore, the user cannot rely on a MISR value of ‘8’ to indicate whether the UPS is detected within the IBM tool.

        It is important to test that your system is operating correctly.

        To verify connectivity with the 940-0274 cable configuration specifically, perform the following steps:
        1. Attach the UPS to the system on the port specified by IBM, for example “T2” or “S2”.
        2. Ensure that the system is set to a restricted state, to minimize a possible outage if the UPS does not provide continuous power.
        3. Verify that “WRKSYSVAL QUPSDLYTIM” is not set to zero or a low value.
        4. To place the UPS into battery operation, remove AC power to the UPS by unplugging the power connection. 
          •   Do not turn off the UPS with the “off” button.
        5. If power is removed for longer then “QUPSDLYTIM,” the system will start to shut down.
        6. Restore AC utility power to the UPS.
        7. Check the “QSYSOPR” message queue for the Utility Power Failed and Utility Power Restored messages.


        What is the part number for a 4 channel timer?

        The part number for a 4 channel timer is 15270 which is now replaced by CCT15940

        For further information see:
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