General Accessories Panel Mount Outlet, 10A, 1-2MM Socket

Catalogue Number: 193-1
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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      What is the Acti-9 replacement for the Multi-9 19771?

      The Acti-9 replacement for the Multi-9 19771 is the A9D32606.

      Is it possible to connect Tm Remote Control 18311 with C120.

      The Tm Remote Control, reference-18311 is designed only to use with C60 MCB not with the C120 MCB. Tm remote control, reference- 18312 is for C120 (2Pole).

      It is not recommended to use the 18311 for C120 (2Pole) MCB as the inrush current for 18311(TmC60-4P) is lower than the 18312 (TmC120-2P).

      Is 240 volt replacement control coil available for LC1D11500?

      Identifying replacement coil part number

      Product Line:
      IEC contactors and starters

      Products sold and used in the United States

      Replacement control coil needed for older style Tesys Contactor

      Yes, order LX1D8U5 for 50 hertz, LX1D8U6 for 60 hertz or LX1D8U7 for 50/60 hertz. Average coil consumption is 300 VA inrush 22 VA sealed for 50 hertz, 300 VA inrush 22 VA sealed for 60 hertz and 280 to 350 VA inrush 2 to 18 VA sealed for 50/60 hertz.

      CTA-ID : 11321

      Upgrading a 32-bit version of PowerChute Network Shutdown to a 64-bit version on Windows

      Upgrading a 32-bit version of PowerChute Network Shutdown to a 64-bit version on Windows

      PowerChute Network Shutdown

      Windows 64 bit system

      Upgrade for 32 bit OS to 54 bit


      We do not support this. We recommend that you do a full installation after manually uninstalling the old version first. 

      PowerChute Network Shutdown Configuration Files Explained

      Prior to version 3.x of PowerChute Network Shutdown (PCNS), configuration data was stored in a proprietary binary file. Users found configurations difficult to implement and distribute with this method.
      From version 3.x, and above PCNS has a text-based INI configuration store for PowerChute.

      Product Line:
      PowerChute Network Shutdown versions 3.x, 4.x

      All supported OS


      Please review the attached config.ini file explained.pdf



      Video: Disabling BPDU (Bridge Protocol Data Unit) Packets on a PM8000/ION7400 Meter

      A PM8000 meter may disable an ethernet port on a network port upon connection due to a BPDU guard on a network. PM8000 meters send out BPDU packets while RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol) is enabled. 

      Product Line

      A BPDU guard being enabled on the network.

      Disable RSTP from the meters Ethernet Settings:
      On the Front display:
      1. Navigate to Setup Menu > Communications Setup
      2. Scroll to the Ethernet Setup Menu using the Up and Down arrows.
      3. Select the Enable RSTP option and set it to No.
      In ION Setup:
      1. Click on the  Device that you want to set up.
      2. Click on the View Setup Options Only tab from the tool bar.
      3. While holding on the Ctrl key, left click on your PM8000.
      4. Click on Comm Module.
      5. Double-click Ethernet module and click on the Setup Registers tab.
      6. Scroll until you see the Enable RSTP option, Edit it and set it to No, then Click the OK button.
      7. Click the Send button to apply the change to the meter.

      The video below shows how to use ION Setup to disabling BPDU (Bridge Protocol Data Unit) Packets on a PM8000/ION7400 Meter.

      This will disable BPDU packets from being sent out by the PM8000/ION7400 meter.

      NOTE: This does not impede the switch functionality of the PM8000s ethernet ports.

      For more information on the role of the RSTP function in the PM8000 meter, kindly refer to pages 45 and 48 of the user manual: PM8000 series user manual
      For a general understanding of RSTP, refer to the Cisco link: Understanding Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
      For a general understanding on how a BPDU guard works, refer to the Cisco link: Configuring Spanning Tree PortFast, BPDU Guard, BPDU Filter, UplinkFast, BackboneFast, and Loop Guard

      Data Center Expert | Remote repository data overwritten if two appliances are using the same share.

      Information is overwritten if two or more StruxureWare Data Center Expert servers use the same remote repository and share.

      Product Line:
      InfraStruXure Central (ISXC)
      StruxureWare Central (SWC)
      StruxureWare Data Center Expert (DCE)

      ISXC, SWC, & DCE (all versions)
      Remote Shares (Windows or NFS)

      If you add a remote repository that is already in use by another DCE server, the repository.id file is overwritten (which contains the MAC address of the server and mounted date). This may cause problems if multiple servers are using the same remote share.


      Each StruxureWare Data Center Expert system needs it's own unique repository/shared folder.  These can be located on the same system, but the mounted folder must be different between the systems.

      How much exhaust clearance is needed for a NetShelter CX cabinet?


      The NetShelter CX may overheat if there is not proper clearance for airflow.
      Product Line:
      NetShelter CX
      All models and serial ranges.
      Improper spacing can cause overheating.
      Resolution :
      See attached file.
      NetShelter CX Wall Clearance
      The exhaust fans of the NetShelter CX vent to the sides. The back of the cabinet can be placed against a wall if desired.
      If the cabinet is being installed in a corner please leave at least 6 inches of open space between the side of the NetShelter CX and the wall.
      It is not recommended to install a NetShelter S X where the back and both sides are against a wall.
      Please see attached file for a graphic depiction of the clearance.

      Configuring Virtual Machines to shut down when a Hyper-V host is commanded to shut down.

      How to configure the shutdown of virtual machines when a Hyper-V host is commanded to shut down on Windows Hyper-V

      PowerChute Network Shutdown
      PowerChute Business Edition

      Windows Hyper-V

      In order for virtual machines to shut down gracefully when the host is commanded to shutdown, you need to configure each Virtual Machine to shut down the guest operating system.

      To do this:
      1. In Hyper-V Manager, right click on the VM and select Settings.
      2. Under Management check if Integration Services option is shown – if it is proceed to step 4.
      3. If Integration Services is not already installed:
        • Right click on the VM and select Connect.
        • In the console window select the Action menu and choose “Insert Integration Services setup disk”.
        • Double-click the VM guest disk to continue with the installation.
      4. In Hyper-V Manager, choose the VM and then "Settings". Click on the Integration Services option and ensure “Operating System Shutdown” is enabled.
      5. Choose "Automatic Stop Action" option under Management.
      6. Choose "Shut down the guest operating system".
      For PowerChute Network Shutdown v3.1 and above, steps 5 and 6 are not required if you have enabled the VM shutdown option in PowerChute when Hyper-V Support has been enabled.
      If you wish to allow Hyper-V to handle VM shutdown instead then enable the Automatic Stop action as outlined in steps 5 and 6 above.

      What limit switch should I use to monitor the operating direction of a sliding gate?

      In order to monitor the operating direction of a sliding gate (detecting movement to the right or to the left) using a single detector, the best solution is to use a 2-step limit switch.

      There are many models of limit switch, but the standard low-cost model with IP66 degree of protection and an operating temperature between -25°C and + 70°C is available in the XCKJ range.

      Standard XCKJ

      The best solution consists therefore in combining:

      • A ZCKJ404 body/contact assembly
      • A ZCKYxx operating head
      • This ZCKJ404 body is made up of 4 contacts distributed as follows:
      • Two 13-14 and 11/12 contacts for activation on the right
      • Two 23-24 and 21-22 contacts for activation on the left
      Cable entry:

      As standard, cable entry for Pg13, part number ZCKJ404

      • ISO M20x1.5 tapped cable entry, part number ZCKJ404H29
      • 1/2 NPT tapped cable entry, part number ZCKJ404H7

      XCKJ for use at low and high temperatures

      For an operating temperature up to - 40°C, use body part number: ZCKJ4046 (add H29 or H7 according to the cable entry).

      For an operating temperature up to +120°C, use body part number: ZCKJ4045 (add H29 or H7 according to the cable entry).

      Caution: For these non-standard temperatures of - 40°C and + 120°C, the operating heads are different to those used between -25°C and + 70°C (see catalogue).


      Smart-UPS SRC 5k, 6k, 8k and 10 KVA FAQ


      SRC 5,6,8 and 10 KVA FAQ

      Product Line:



      All SRC models, All Serial Numbers


      Product Information


      Q: Do the SRC 5-10 KVA UXI Models turn on without battery when the Input Power is available?
      A: Yes

      Q: What is the use of Parallel Kit(SRCPK001 & SRCPK002)?
      A: The Parallel Kit allows you to connect the two UPSs' output supply to the load via a common AC bus bar. Both the UPSs share the load equally but if one  fails (either through developing a fault or being taken out of service for maintenance), the other UPS will take over powering the load. This only supports the SRC series of SmartUPS.

      Q: What are the advantages of the SRC 5-10 KVA LCD Display?
      A: The user can get the clear and correct information of the UPS operation condition such as the load, input/output voltage, input/output frequency, and battery voltage, etc.,The Output Voltage can be set through LCD: 220 / 230 / 240 Vac.

      Q: Can we get information about the charging facility for the SRC5/6/8/10KVAUXI Models?
      A: Boost charge & floating charge are available and there are 4 segments of charge current optional to be set: 1.4A/3A/6A/8A, in accordance with the actual condition to keep the battery at full state, thus extending the battery life.

      Q: When do I need to choose a Service Bypass Panel?
      A: In addition to the 1+1 Parallel redundancy system, the Customer can also look into a service bypass panel which will give you a wrap around bypass. This means that if the Customers needs to take a UPS out of operation for any reason, they can use the wrap around bypass to bypass the UPS without taking their load down.

      Q: What are the advantages of the APTF10KW01 Isolation Transformer?
      A: APTF10KW01 is used as filters, isolating the UPS and connected equipment from any outside utility line fluctuations or interference.  APTF10KW01 step-down transformers are used to convert a higher input voltage to a lower output voltage which might be more fitting for certain environments or system configurations.

      Q: What is the battery voltage that is required for SRC 5 and 6 KUXI Models?
      A: Requires a 192 Vdc battery system.

      Q: What is the battery voltage that is required for SRC 8 and 8 KUXI Models?
      A: Requires a 240 Vdc battery system.  

      Can a Micrologic trip unit communicate with 2 wire communications wiring?

      Product Line
      Masterpact (NT and NW) and larger frame size Powerpact (P and R Frame) and Compact NS Circuit Breakers

      Trip Unit Trip Function Type
      2.0A (IEC Only) LSO Standard
      3.0A LI
      5.0A LSI
      6.0A LSIG
      5.0P LSI Power
      6.0P LSIG
      5.0H LSI Harmonics
      6.0H LSIG

      Communication applications using Micrologic trip units in 2 wire configurations

      Older version of the breaker communication module (BCM) are not capable of 2 wire communication. The replacement, BCM ULP version, is capable of 2 wire communication
      The Micrologic trip unit must have a breaker communications module (BCM) with gray terminals. If the device has green terminals on the BCM, it is not capable of the 2 wire communications configuration, 4 wire only. Below the figures show the two units.

      There are three possible wiring configuration for a BCM ULP, 4 Wire, 2 Wire, and 2 Wire + ULP. See the figure below for the wiring diagram for each configuration. As you see from the diagrams, the 4 wire and 2 wire configurations have the same setting on the trip unit, 4 Wire. The BCM can auto detect the correct setting.  The 2 Wire + ULP setting provides two terminals for 2-wire Modbus communication and 2 terminals for ULP protocol. ULP is a protocol common to many Schneider devices including Micrologic trip units and FDM121 display is diagram.

      The 2 Wire + ULP is the default setting on the BCM ULP. The configuration can be set using a Micrologic RSU, see the link below. The Micrologic A trip unit must be set using this program.  P and H type trip units can be configured from the front panel using the procedure below. See the instruction bulletins for more information.

      1. Press the Wrench button
      2. Select the Com. Setup
      3. Select Communication Parameter
      4. Select 4 wire or 2W + ULP

      Powerpact P, R, and Masterpact NW, NT Micrologic™ 5.0P and 6.0P Trip Units, see 48049-137-05
      Powerpact P, R, and Masterpact NW, NT Micrologic™ 5.0H and 6.0H Trip Units, see 48049-330-03

      Link to Micrologic RSU program.


      • Powerpact H, J, and L and Compact NSX breaker use different communication hardware (IFM, NSX cord, and BSCM). The breakers use 2 wire configuration only.
      • If the BCM date code is 11351 to 12132, the user may see ComLoss errors in SMS. The user must either be running SMS 4.3 with the Micrologic patch or replace the BCM with date code 12132 or higher.
      • The Micrologic trip unit must be type P or H with date code 11351 or higher.
      • If a Cradle Communication Module (CCM) is use, it must have the new firmware to operate with 2 wire + ULP.  The CCM with the new firmware is Brand Schneider Electric and the CCM with the old firmware is brand Merlin Gerin.

      Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

      For support on APC and MGE products please visit:  https://www.apc.com/support/

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      Video: How to add a phase loss digital output for ION meters using ION Setup

      A user may want to add a digital output for phase loss to an ION meter

      Product Line
      ION Setup
      ION7300 series Meters
      ION7550/7650 Meters
      ION7400 and PM8000 series Meters
      ION8650 Meter
      ION8800 Meter

      Metering & Power Monitoring
      ION Setup Advanced Setup

      A user may want to use an ION meter to trigger digital output upon a phase loss


      NOTE: The functionality of the procedure requires that the nominal voltage monitored by the meter has been set in the meter.

      1. Open ION Setup and connect to an ION Meter (a PM8000 meter is used in this demonstration)
          As a reminder, the default User is "supervisor" and the Password is "0" for ION Setup

      2. Select "Single ION device configuration mode" and click "OK"

      3. Select "Ethernet", enter the IP Address of the meter, and click "OK"

      4. Click "Exit" to get out of the "Setup Assistant" Screen

      5. A box pops up that says: "Do you wish to connect to a different device?" - click "No"

      6. Click on "View" in the task bar at the top of the screen, and select "Setup Screens"

      7. Open Advanced Setup - Hold CTRL + left click on the "Ethernet Device" to open advanced setup

      8. Scroll down and click on Relative Setpoint Modules folder

      9. Double-click on "V1 Setpoint"

      10. The Meter Password box pops up. The default password (unless it has been changed) is the number zero "0". Type "0" (without parentheses) and click "OK"

      11. Select "Setup Registers" tab

      12. Double-click "RSP1 Enable" and select "Enabled", and then click "OK"

      13. Double-click "Eval Mode", select "Percentage", and click "OK"
          "Under Pickup" and "Under Dropout" should be set to values that make sense to the customer.

      Under Pickup
      This register, together with the Nominal input, defines the level that the Source input must fall below (for a time specified by SusUntlON) in order for the Status output to go ON (i.e. the setpoint becomes active). If Eval Mode is set to VALUE, the level required for the Status output to go ON is given by subtracting the Under Pickup value from the Nominal value (Nominal - Under Pickup). If Eval Mode is set to PERCENTAGE, the level required for the Status output to go ON is given by:
      Nominal x ( 1 - (Under Pickup/100))

      For example, if the Under Pickup value is set to 25, then the status will turn on when the voltage falls below 75% of the nominal value. If it is set to 75, then the status will turn on when the voltage falls below 25% of the nominal value.

      Likewise, looking at Under Dropout:
      Under Dropout
      This register, together with the Nominal input, defines the level that the Source input must exceed (for a time specified by SusUntlOFF) in order for the Status output to go OFF (i.e. the setpoint becomes inactive). If Eval Mode is set to VALUE, the level required for the Status output to go OFF is given by subtracting the Under Dropout value from the Nominal value (Nominal - Under Dropout). If Eval Mode is set to PERCENTAGE, the level required for the Status
      output to go OFF is given by:
      Nominal x ( 1 - (Under Dropout/100))

      For example, if the Under Dropout value is set to 25, then the status will turn off when the voltage rises again above 75% of the nominal value. If it is set to 75, then the status will turn on when the voltage rises again above 25% of the nominal value.

      14. Once the Under Pickup and Under Dropout values have been set, Click "Send" - this updates the module.

      15. Repeat steps 9-14 for "V2 Setpoint" and "V3 Setpoint"

      16. Click "AND/OR Modules" in the left-hand pane

      17. In the right-hand pane, right-click in the open area and select "Insert Module"

      18. Right-click on the new AND/OR Module and select rename the module to "Phase Loss" and click "Send"

      19. Double-click the new Phase Loss module and select the "Inputs" tab

      20. Double-click "Source n:" (Where n is however many relative setpoint outputs need to be linked starting with 1)

      21. Navigate to and left-click on "Relative Setpoint Modules"

      22. Select "V1 Setpoint", and then select "V1 Under", and click "OK"

      23. Repeat steps 19-12 for "Source 2:" and "Source 3:", selecting the corresponding "V2 Setpoint" and "V2 Under" and then "V3 Setpoint" and "V3 Under"

      24. Click on "Setup Registers" in the Phase Loss window

      25. Double-click on "Mode" and select "OR" this will make the output of the module turn on when any one of the under voltages is detected. Then click "Send"

      26. In the left-hand pane, click "Digital Out Modules"

      27. In the right-hand pane, double-click the port to link for the phase loss output. For this exercise, "Port D1" is selected

      28. Select the "Inputs" tab, and double-click "Source:"

      29. Select "AND/OR Modules" from the list to expand its sub-menu, and select the "Phase Loss" previously created 

      30. Select "AN Result" and click "OK".

      31. Select the "Setup Registers" tab, and double-click the "Port".

      32. Select the port to close contact upon phase loss (in this case, Port D1), and click "OK", and then click "Send".

      33.  Phase Loss digital output creation is complete

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

      Product Line:
      EasyPact CVS circuit breakers

      This breaker is popular overseas and there is interest in the US

      There are no plans for a general release of the EasyPact CVS circuit breaker line in North America.