Labelled Switch Plate, 20 Gang, Stainless Steel, 2 Rows of 10

Catalogue Number: 20/30L10
Colour: Black
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the part number for the wall box for the Multi gang metal switch plate , 20/30L10 ?

The part number for the wall box for the  20/30L10 is - 164/10

For further information regarding this part , go to link below:-

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Is part number 22/30/11 available?

The part number 22/30/11 is available as a special.


What is the replacement for a E03/30/10 RCD relay?

The replacement for a E03/30/10 RCD relay is a E03/10/10. The only difference is the E03/10/10 is 10mA instead of 30mA.
Some of the key features are:

  • With mounting bracket
  • Suitable for single to three phase applications
  • Amber load supply indicator
  • In-built test facility
  • -10 to +55 deg C Operating Temperature
  • 50-250 Ohms Load Range (shunt trip coil)
For further information plewase visit Clipsal - E03/10/10 - RCD Relay, 10mA, 10ms


What is the material of the cover for a 9013GHG2 made of?

Product Line:
Pumptrol pressure switches, Class 9013

Noryl SE-1X is used on 9013G devices for the cover, and on 9013F products with 3R rating.

CTA-ID : 2010510

Can a 9013FS ``water switch`` be used on an air compressor load ?

Yes long as the switch meets the pressure range requirements . The switches designed for water pressure, as a group, will have a lower range of pressures. Note that a pressure relief valve, which is often desired for compressor loads , is not available with 9013FS products

CTA-ID : 2023020

What does the OC2P fault mean on the ATV21 and ATV212 drives?

What does the OC2P fault mean on the ATV21 and ATV212 drives?

Product Line:
Altivar ATV21 and ATV212


Short circuit or grounding fault during deceleration

The fault means: Short circuit or grounding fault during deceleration
Drop the motor leads and Megger out the motor and cables with a 1KV Megger.
Run drive with no motor connected: Set 605 to 0 and measure voltage coming out of the drive at 20/40/60 hz intervals phase to phase voltage measurement.
Check for proper grounding at the motor and drive.

Input Circuit Breaker Requirements for Symmetra PX 20/40/80 kw

This document describes the required input over current protection (circuit breaker) required when installing a Symmetra PX

Product line:
Symmetra PX1 Products


All models/ all serial numbers

Input Circuit Breaker Requirements for Symmetra PX 20/40/80 kw

ISX 20K (All-in-One)
90A 208vac

Symmetra PX 40
175A 208vac
80A 480vac (PDU w/ Step Down Transformer required)
60A 600vac (PDU w/ Step Down Transformer required)

Symmetra PX 80
350A 208vac
150A 480vac (PDU w/ Step Down Transformer required)
125A 600vac (PDU w/ Step Down Transformer required)

For more information about this subject please refer to Application Notes 148, 149, and  150. (APC Symmetra PX Frame Installation Deviation and Selection of Input Circuit Breaker Ratings)

App note 150
App note 149
App note 148

Are the XAL type push button enclosures waterproof? What are their IP ratings?

The XAL type pushbutton enclosures are rated at IP65, and for those with booted pushbutton heads IP66. The first ``6`` indicates dust tight. The second ``5`` indicates protection against water jets. The second ``6`` indicates protection against heavy seas.

CTA-ID : 2053061

What is the component breakdown of a XB4BS8444?

Components of an XB4BS8444.

Product Line:
Harmony Push Buttons

Harmony 22mm

Product Features

It is a ZB4BS844 and a ZB4BZ104.

Does the ATV28 unit have MOVs on the line side?

Issue:Does the ATV28 unit have MOVs on the line side?
Product Line: ATV28
Environment: All
Cause: N/A
Resolution: No.


Where are the overload relays for use with LC2D reversing contactors?

Identifying the appropriate overload relay to use with a reversing pair of contactors

Product Line:
Digest 177 Section 18 : Contactors and Starters - IEC

North American Products

Overload relay needed for use in reversing application

Reversing contactors use the same overload relays as non-reversing contactors.


What is the function of the LUFDA10 Tesys U module?

Tesys U function modules

Product Line:
TeSys™ U Open Motor Starter

North American Products

It provides indication between an overload trip and a short circuit trip. It also provides for remote or automatic reset after a thermal fault.

What Is The Difference Between "Mixed" and "Separate" Contact Terminals?

What is the difference between a Zelio Plug-In relay socket with "mixed" vs. "separate" contact terminals ?

Product Line:
General Purpose Relays

Sockets and Accessories for Zelio™ Relays

Sockets with "mixed" terminals have input terminals mixed together on the same side with coil terminals and are one or 2 tier design . Sockets with "separate" terminals have inputs and outputs on the same side in 2 or 3 tiers while the coil terminals are on the opposite side.

Where can we find information on Berger-Lahr products?

Berger Lahr Motion Technology is a division of Schneider Electric.

Berger Lahr offers a complete Motion Control product range for machine automation. In addition, Berger Lahr develops and manufactures customized products and solutions, based on its standard products. In 2008, Berger Lahr changed the company name to Schneider Electric Motion Deutschland, and integrated its products and services into the offering of Schneider Electric. The motion products are a part of Schneider Electric's Lexium range.

Learn more these products and technologies here:

What is the difference between a Transformer's "temperature rise" and its "insulation class"?

Explanation of the difference between temperature rise and insulation class specifications.

Product Line:
LV Transformers

Applies to Low Voltage Transformers by SquareD/Schneider Electric

Transformer Temperature Rise and Insulation Class are two different technical attributes


This question has come up because NEC 450-21(b) requires Transformers larger than 112.5 kVA to be installed in fire resistant construction unless the insulation class is 155 or higher.

The insulation system of a Transformer is rated in degrees Celsius at its maximum temperature rating (the Class number = the degree C of the insulation system; example, a Class 220 insulation system is rated for 220°C) Transformers have either a Class 220 (former designation "H") Class 180 (former designation "F",) Class 150 (former designation "B") or Class 105 (former designation "A") Some smaller manufacturers may also use a Class 200 (former designation "R").

The temperature rise of a Transformer is the average temperature rise that will occur in the coils during normal full load.

The insulation system <> standard temperature rise relationships are:
Class 220 <> 150 degree Celsius rise
Class 180 <> 115 degree Celsius rise
Class 150 <> 80 degree Celsius rise
Class 105 <> 50 degree Celsius rise

A Transformer with a Class 220 insulation system can be designed for a maximum temperature rise that is lower than the standard 150 degree Celsius. It can be designed for either 115 or 80 degree Celsius rise. As well, a Class 180 insulation system Transformer can be designed with 80 degree Celsius rise. Class 150 and 105 transformers are not typically designed for other than their standard temperature rise.

Since all Square D low voltage dry type Transformers larger than 112.5kVA are built with a 220 degree Celsius insulation system, exception #2 under NEC 450-21(b) applies.

Are replacement parts available for the ATV58 drive?

Are replacement parts available for the ATV58 drive?

Product Line:

All serial numbers

Customer has DC bus capacitors leaking or drive is just no longer working properly

This drive is obsolete. There are no longer any replacement parts available for the ATV58. If the drive has stopped working properly, we recommend replacing the drive with a currently-offered drive product.
If the drive is enclosed (such as a FLEX58), then we recommend replacing the entire enclosure rather than just drive. 


Sepam Relay Series 20, 40 and 80 trip circuit supervision and alarms (ANSI)

What is the Sepam supervision and alarms caused by it.

Product Line      
Sepam Series 20
Sepam Series 40
Sepam Series 80


This document helps explain the trip circuit supervision function for the Sepam relay, talks about different types of alarms and also explains implementation and operation of this function.

Trip circuit supervision
  • Between Sepam Series 20/40/80 and the VR circuit breaker trip unit, the trip circuit can pass through wires, terminals and sockets. Sepam relay continuously supervises the circuit to ensure that there is no interruption, since trip circuit continuity is vital for correct circuit breaker operation.

    Trip circuit supervision consists of having a low current flow through the trip circuit. The current also goes into the inputs of Sepam relay, which continuously monitors its presence.

Fault indication
In the event of a break in the circuit, Sepam relay indicates the fault by:
  • the "trip circuit" message
  • a remote indication transmitted by the serial transmission port. If Sepam relay is connected to a monitoring and control system, this data may be used to indicate the fault and its location in the switchgear.
  • the closing of an output contact, which may be used to trigger a local visual or audible alarm. In order for an output contact to be used for this purpose, the function must be assigned to it in the Sepam relay programming matrix.

Implementation and operation.
In order for the trip circuit supervision function to be implemented, Sepam relay and the circuit breaker must be wired according to the wiring diagram in the "Control and monitoring functions" chapter of the Sepam relay technical manual.

This diagram provides the data necessary for the operation of the Sepam relay unit's internal logic, which performs the following two vital functions at the same time:
- trip circuit supervision
- detection of the circuit breaker position
It uses 2 Sepam inputs and two circuit breaker position/status (52a & 52b) contacts which, in normal operation, are in complementary positions.

Sepam relay's internal logic continuously checks that the data on the 2 contacts are, in fact, complementary.
If this is not the case, Sepam relay indicates it, signifying:
- a break in the trip circuit
- or erroneous data concerning the detection of the circuit breaker position.
The consequence may be a failure to trip or incorrect operation of a process that uses the circuit breaker position. It is therefore necessary to check the wiring.
  • So,what does the message - Circuit Trip - mean on a Sepam Relay Series 20/40/80?
The Circuit Trip is related to the CB control logic features. It indicates that the Input I11 or input I12 on Sepam is not receiving a signal. If you are not using a Circuit Breaker control logic the recommendation is not to use this function


What should be checked if an Altivar 61 or 71 display is showing NLP?

What should be checked if an Altivar 61 or 71 display is showing NLP?

Product Line:
ATV61/71 drives


Drive displays 'NLP'

NLP indicates that no line power is present on the L1, L2 & L3 input terminals of the drive controller.

Check voltage at the L1, L2 & L3 terminals.
Check for open circuits on line contactors, circuit breakers, disconnect switches, or fuses.

If NLP state does not change with correct voltage present on L1, L2, & L3, remove the control board and check for loose connections of ribbon cables inside the drive.
WARNING: This step should be performed while the drive is powered down, and proper personal protective equipment should be worn. 

For example: In an ATV71HC25N4 a customer found a loose X3 connector from the control board to the board behind and above the control board. This connector was on a ribbon cable that was about 1 inch by 1 inch. Drive ran OK after this was reseated.

UPDATED MARCH-2016: Unable to access my APC Network Management Card (NMC) enabled device via HTTPS (SSL/TLS)


The user is unable to access their APC Network Management Card (NMC) products via HTTPS (SSL/TLS) secured web access.

There are two parts to this issue, both of which occur when the user has their Network Management Card product configured for SSL (HTTPS).
  1.  Companies such as Microsoft, Mozilla, and Google are disabling SSLv3.0 in their browser products due to numerous security vulnerabilities that exist. One such vulnerability is POODLE (  TLSv1.0, at a minimum, is the advised protocol.
  1. TLS does not work on the current NMC products.  Therefore, the NMC will fall back to SSLv3.0 and as such, be vulnerable to POODLE.

An example of this problem, shown via Firefox, is below. A NetBotz Rack Monitor 200 (SKU# NBRK0201) is configured for HTTPS. The user has Firefox v34.0 installed. The user opens their web browser and types the IP address into address bar.  The user is presented with the following error message:

Another example of this problem, via Internet Explorer, is below. A NetBotz Rack Monitor 200 (SKU# NBRK0201) is configured for HTTPS.  The user has Internet Explorer v11.0 installed. The user opens their web browser and types the IP address into address bar.  The user is presented with the following error message:

Another example of this problem, via Chrome, is below. An AP9631 Network Management Card is configured for HTTPS. The user has Chrome v39 installed. The user opens their web browser and types the IP address into the address bar. The user is presented with the following error message:

Browser error messages may include: ERR_SSL_FALLBACK_BEYOND_MINIMUM_VERSION, ssl_error_no_cypher_overlap

Note: If you've received mozilla_pkix_error_inadequate_key_size, sec_error_invalid_key, or anything referring to invalid key size/length, please consider reviewing knowledge base article ID FA162031 as this may be due to a separate issue entirely or an additional issue.

Product Line
  • Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) - AP9617, AP9618, AP9619
    Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 1 include (but are not limited to): Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP78XX, AP79XX), Rack Automatic Transfer Switches (AP77XX), Environmental Monitoring Units (AP9320, AP9340, NBRK0201), AP9921X Battery Management System, ACFXXX Rack Air Removal Unit, PDPMXXX Modular Power Distribution, AP9361 Rack Access PX-HID, and ACRCXXX, ACRPXXX, ACRDXXX, ACSCXXX, RACSCXXX Cooling Units (except ACDA901, ACRC301H, ACRC301S).
  • Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) - AP9630/30CH, AP9631/31CH, AP9635/35CH
    Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 2 include (but are not limited to): 2G Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP84XX, AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX), G50 AV Units, Smart-UPS Online (SRT), and ACDA901, ACRC301H, ACRC301S Cooling Units, 


Any customer who uses any one of the products mentioned previously and:
  • Configures their product for SSL (HTTPS).
  • Uses a web browser version that does not allow for web access via SSLv3.0.
Note: HTTP users are not affected. Meaning, if you have not enabled HTTPS (SSL), web browsing will work normally.


Companies such as Microsoft, Mozilla, and Google are disabling SSLv3.0 in their browser products due to numerous security vulnerabilities that exist. One such example is POODLE ( TLSv1.0, at a minimum, is the advised protocol.

Current NMC products have an inability to properly utilize TLS extensions recently released in several modern browsers. With this inability, the NMC device is unable to connect to the browser via TLS. While future versions of the NMC1 devices will not update the underlying cryptology engine, NMC2 devices will be updated to work with current TLS specification and and operate properly with modern browsers.


A customer can avoid this problem either by utilizing other access methods on the Network Management Card or they can modify their web browser to allow SSLv3.0 usage (at their own discretion). Other access methods for the Network Management Card are as follows:
  • Local console
  • Web (HTTP)
  • Telnet/SSH
  • SNMPv1/v3

Modifying a web browser to allow SSLv3.0 usage should be addressed by the user’s network security team or facility manager. Schneider Electric will not provide users with instructions on modifying web browser settings. Some users may be prohibited from enabling SSLv3.0 through their web browser.

Any of the following NMC1 products do not currently have any firm future firmware update plans to address this or any future vulnerabilities:
  • AP9921X Battery Management System
  • AP7750, AP7722, AP7701 Rack Automatic Transfer Switches
  • AP9340, AP9320 Environmental Monitoring Units
  • S20BLK A/V Power Conditioner & Battery Backup
  • PDPMXXX Modular Power Distribution
  • FM35XX Network Air, ACDA901, Stulz C7000

Details regarding firmware availability for Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) based products, providing TLS 1.0, are shown in the table below:

NMC1 (AP9617/18/19/mini-NMC1) Application Name Product(s) Firmware Application is used with AOS Version with TLS Fix Available Now?
px2 Symmetra PX 48/96/100/160 kVA embedded UPS brain AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes
rpdu AP7XXX series Rack PDU (ex. AP7941) AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes
acrc ACRCXXXX InRow Chilled Water (except ACRC3XXX) AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes (via your local APC Cooling Support team)
g2ats AP7XXX Rack Automatic Transfer Switch models except AP7701, AP7722, AP7750 AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes
acrp ACRC5XX, ACRP1XX, ACRP5XX, ACRD5XX InRow RC, RP, RD AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes (via your local APC Cooling Support team)
acsc ACSC1XX InRow SC AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes (via your local APC Cooling Support team)
raru ACFXXX Rack Air Removal Unit AOS v3.9.0 and higher No
acrptk ACRD1XX, ACRD2XX InRow RD AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes (via your local APC Cooling Support team)
nb200 NetBotz 200 Rack Monitor (NBRK0201) AOS v3.9.0 and higher .Yes
pxhid AP9361 Rack Access PX-HID AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes

Note: Certain browsers may also require setting changes to allow TLS 1.0 or TLS 1.0 fallback too, such as Firefox v37+. Schneider Electric will not provide step by step instructions for modfying web browser settings for liability reasons but if you're comfortable modifying settings at your own risk, security.tls.version.fallback-limit within Firefox will likely need to be changed from a default value of 3 (forcing TLS 1.2) to a value of 1 to allow fallback to TLS 1.0. This setting also sometimes resets itself between Firefox browser upgrades. Newer Chrome versions may require --ssl-version-fallback-min=tls1 to be appended to the program shortcut.

A fix to address this problem in the Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) and NMC2 enabled devices has been implemented. The release date will be determined on a product by product basis. See below for available updates for NMC2 firmware applications. These updates provide TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 functionality. 
NMC2 (AP9630/31/35/mini-NMC2) Application Name Product(s) Firmware Application is used with AOS Version with TLS Fix Available Now?
sumx 1ph/3ph Smart-UPS, MGE Galaxy 3500, Matrix AOS v6.4 and higher Yes
sy 1ph Symmetra Power Array, Symmetra RM, Symmetra LX AOS v6.4 and higher Yes
rpdu2g AP8XXX series Rack PDU 2G (ex. AP8941) AOS v6.4 higher Yes
sypx Symmetra PX 250/500 kVA (w/AP9635 only) AOS v6.3.2 and higher Yes (via your local 3-phase technical support team)
sy3p Symmetra PX 20/40/80 kVA
Note: See knowledge base ID FA245145 for more compatibility details
AOS v6.3.2 and higher Yes
acrc2g ACRC3XXX AOS v6.3.2 and higher No, pending release tentatively for end of Q3 2015.
unflrle HDCV45XXX, HDCV50XXX, T(D/U)(A/D/E/T/W)VXXX Uniflair LE TBD No, pending release tentatively for Q2 2016.
g300 Galaxy 300 AOS 6.4 and higher Yes

 Can this problem be confused with other error messages generated by the Network Management Card?

Yes, a user may receive different error messages relating to SSL/TLS when configuring or accessing their Network Management Card device.  It is imperative that Schneider Electric and the user identify the exact error message that the user is receiving and confirm that it relates to this specific issue, related to SSLv3.0.

For example, similar symptoms could be experienced by the issue in knowledge base article ID FA162031 - Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) Information Bulletin: Effects of Microsoft Internet Explorer and other web browsers blocking key lengths less than 1024 bits​(blocking key lengths less than 1024 bits)

Note: If there are any questions, problems, or concerns related to the content of this article, please contact your local technical support team for further assistance.


Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

For support on APC and MGE products please visit:

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