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Single Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A

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Key Features & Specifications

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  • Standard size
Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Series 2000
Control type
ON/OFF button
Number of gangs
1 gang
Pin number
3
Number of power socket outlets
1
Actuator
  • switch
  • rocker
    • Mounting position
      horizontal
      Fixing mode
      by screws
      Local signalling
      without light indicator
      Material
      plastic
      Surface finish
      glossy
      [Ue] rated operational voltage
      250 V AC
      [In] rated current
      10 A
      Depth
      30 mm
      Length
      116 mm
      Width
      76 mm
      Fixing center
      84 mm
      Standards
    • AS/NZS 3100
    • AS/NZS 3112
    • AS/NZS 3133
      • Product certifications
        RCM
        REACh Regulation
        Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
        EU RoHS Directive
        Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
        Mercury free
        Yes
        RoHS exemption information
        Yes
        China RoHS Regulation
        Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
        Circularity Profile
        N/A

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        • Certificates (MSDS)

        Frequently Asked Questions

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        What is the part number of white 2015 switched single 2000 series outlet with red dolly/mechanism ?

        2015RDL-WE is the part number of the white 2015 switched single 2000 series outlet with red dolly/mechanism.
        For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=2015RDL

         

        Lock for old Prisma beige cabinet?

        Support and spare parts for Prisma beige ended December 2015

        What is the part no for a 2015 with mech style ID in Blue color?

        The part no will be the medilec version

        Ml2015I-DB (dark blue)

        This is the link to the page https://www.clipsal.com/trade/products/ProductDetail?CatNo=ML2015I

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        ClearSCADA: WebX upgrade in ClearSCADA 2015 R1, 2015 R2 and 2017

        ClearSCADA's new WebX server installs differently depending on the version of ClearSCADA that you have:

         Background

        Starting with ClearSCADA 2015 R1, a new WebX server has been included in the ClearSCADA software package along with the original WebX client.  This new WebX server utilizes the Internet Information Services Manager (IIS) in order to facilitate its connection.  ClearSCADA users may choose to view WebX by way of either the original WebX client or by way of a WebX client connection to the new WebX server.



        ClearSCADA 2015 R1 featured ClearSCADA Mobile and the new WebX bundled into a single feature. Bundling them together was found to be less flexible and reliable as opposed to having these features separated. 

        ClearSCADA 2015 R2 had both ClearSCADA Mobile and the new WebX separated, however the Mobile Companion still had to be tied to a Web server. Hence it was actually tied to the old Web server components and was installed along with it. This would be why it was not in the list as a separate feature in 2015 R2 (Control Panel | Programs and Features).

        Starting from ClearSCADA 2017 the total separation of the two components was completed and the new WebX started to appear as a separate feature (in Control Panel | Programs and Features).


        Installation

        Prior to ClearSCADA 2015 R1, WebX installed quietly as part of the standard ClearSCADA installation (full or standard installation).

        Starting with ClearSCADA 2015 R1, the installer runs through the installation of most of the ClearSCADA components first, then it runs through the installation of the new WebX component.  The user is prompted to install the new WebX upon completion of the installation of the other ClearSCADA components (CS server, data access components, ViewX, etc).

        A user simply needs to start the installation process by selecting the "Install ClearSCADA " option from the splash screen (valid for ClearSCADA 2015 R1, ClearSCADA 2015 R2 and ClearSCADA 2017).  These screens look as follows:





        Starting with ClearSCADA 2017 R2, the new WebX component installation has been moved to its own installer.  This is covered in a separate knowledge base article; FA366071 ClearSCADA: Configuring the new WebX in ClearSCADA 2017 R2.

        Can i get a 2015 with an ID label in red?

        To create this part you will need a 2015XUA-RD and a 30PID-RD. Please note you will need to assemble this unit yourself.
        Some of the key features are:
        • Removable extra switch with aperture
        • 2000 Sereis
        • 10A
        • 250V
        • Single Outlet
        • Various colours available
        For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=2015XUA

        Catalogue pages of the obsolete XUSLT type 4 safety light curtains

        Please find attached the catalogue pages of the obsolete XUSLT type 4 safety light curtains.

        User manual of the obsolete XUSLT type 4 safety light curtains

        Please find attached the user manual of the obsolete XUSLT type 4 safety light curtains.

        User manual of the obsolete XUSLA/C type 4 safety light curtains

        Please find attached the user manual of the obsolete XUSLA/C type 4 safety light curtains.

        User manual of the obsolete XUSLN type 2 safety light curtains

        Please find attached the user manual of the obsolete XUSLN type 2 safety light curtains

        User manual of the obsolete XUSLB/DM type 4 safety light curtains

        Please find attached the user manual of the obsolete XUSLB/DM type 4 safety light curtains, for finger and hand protection

        Can you put a 642MUSB USB mech into a double socket plate, eg 695X ?

        Yes as of December 2015 the 642MUSB mech can be installed into the extra mech position of the 692X or 695X
        This is also available as complete units:
        PDL695USBWH
        PDL692USBWH

        Osisense XS_Obsolete XS1M12PAW01D inductive sensor cross-reference

        The obsolete XS1M12PAW01D inductive sensor is replaced in 2015 by the XS912RWPAM12 one. Attached corresponding datasheet.

        How to upgrade ClearSCADA Mobile?

        ClearSCADA Mobile installs differently depending on the version of ClearSCADA that is being used:

        ClearSCADA 2015 R1 featured ClearSCADA Mobile and WebX bundled into a single feature.

        ClearSCADA 2015 R2 had both ClearSCADA Mobile and WebX separated, however, the Mobile Companion still had to be tied to a Web server.  Hence it was actually tied to the old We server components and was installed along with it.

        Starting from ClearSCADA 2017, the total separation of the two components (ClearSCADA Mobile and WebX) was completed.

        ClearSCADA Mobile needs to be upgraded after an upgrade of ClearSCADA takes place. To upgrade ClearSCADA Mobile, the following steps need to be followed:

        Upgrading from ClearSCADA Mobile 2015 R1 to ClearSCADA Mobile 2015 R2
        1. Make a backup of your existing Mobile configuration by making a copy of the "MobileConfig.sdf" file located in "C:\ProgramData\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA Mobile"
          • This file contains the license information and configuration of the systems and devices
          • Keep a copy of this file in a different location in case it is needed
        2. Uninstall the existing version ClearSCADA Mobile from Windows Control Panel -> Programs and Features
          • Please note that your Mobile configuration should stay untouched even after removing ClearSCADA Mobile as long as the MobileConfig.sdf file is present at the original location
        3. Launch Microsoft Internet Information Services Manager and make sure that "ClearScadaMobile" site is not present
          • If the site is still present after uninstalling ClearSCADA Mobile, remove it manually by right clicking on it and selecting "Remove"
          • Please note that if you are upgrading from ClearSCADA 2015 R1, the mobile site is a part of the "ClearSCADA" site
        4. Launch ClearSCADA installer and select "Install ClearSCADA Mobile" to install the new version of the software and follow the installation steps
        5. Once installed, launch ClearSCADA Mobile Configuration to make sure your original configuration is still present

        Upgrading from ClearSCADA Mobile 2015 R2 or newer

        The above steps do not need to be followed when upgrading ClearSCADA Mobile from version 2015 R2 or newer (i.e. 2017, 2017 R2).  Simply run the installer from the splash screen as shown in the screen shot below


        Osisense XM_XMPC06C2941S701 specifications and how to order in 2015

        1) The XMPC06C2941S701 power switch is the "standard" XMPC06C2941 (available under logistic ref. XMPC06C2941AB in 2015, requesting to provide the fluid entries A, B, C, D definition) supplied with S701 specification.

        2) S701 specifications meaning
        • 1/2 gas fluid connection drilling in A (see attached file for fluid entries designation)
        • 1/4 gas fluid connection drilling in C
        3) How to order the XMPC06C2941S701 reference in 2015 : it has to be ordered under the following logistic reference XMPC06C2941S701AB (internal Schneider rule). Logistic situation : available, in stock in IDC Evreux France.

        Can the Modbus port / ports on the Compact 984 be configured for RS485 mode?

        No, the Compact 984 Modbus port / ports cannot be configured for RS485 mode. If this type of communications is needed, you need to use a RS232/RS485 converter that is externally powered.


        Note: The Compact product line was obsoleted in 2015 and repalced by the M340.

        Can the new Twido T2M I/O modules only be configured in TwidoSuite 2.20 and above?

        No.In TwidoSoft, all versions will need to be configured to the old module from the pick list and the same goes for all versions of TwidoSuite less than 2.20.

        Note: Twido was obsoleted in Dec. 2015 and was replaced with the M221 and SoMachine Basic. The M221 will support the TM2 I/O modules in SoMachine Basic.

        What is the replacement part number for the Quantum 140CPU53414A?

        The replacement part number is the Quantum 140CPU53414B. As of 2015 the 140CPU53414B controllers are obsolete due to parts obsolescence and it is recommended to go to the Quantum Unity based hardware.

        NOTE: The Quantum Unity based processors will be end of life on 12/31/18 and replaced with the M580 that is currently now being sold.


        User manual of the obsolete XUSLP type 4 safety light curtains

        Please find attached the user manual of the obsolete XUSLP type 4 safety light curtains, for body protection

        Release Notes for CitectSCADA 2015 Service Pack 1

        Issue
        The CitectSCADA 2015 Service Pack 1 includes several product updates and enhancements, providing improvements in stability, performance and functionality.

        PowerSCADA (PSE) 8.1 Service Pack 1 (uses the same release notes) was created as a special case to fix a customer issue and thus was never officially released for general public use. It allows PSE to use Citect patches.  In general it is a “Power-Build” version of Citect 750 Service Pack 1 created by Citect to serve the PSE specific customer. 

        Product Line
        PowerSCADA Expert 8.1 (CitectSCADA 7.5)

        Environment
        Service Pack

        Cause
        Incorporating new or modified features.

        Resolution
        The attached Release Notes for Service Pack 1 discusses the following topics:
        • What’s New in CitectSCADA 2015 SP1
        • Service Pack Installation
        • Service Pack Uninstall
        • Files changed in this Service Pack
        • Known Issues
        • Issues resolved in this Service Pack

        Change default WebX ports in ClearSCADA

        This article explains how the default WebX ports can be changed for the redesigned WebX interface in ClearSCADA 2015 R1 and later versions. The default ports are set to 85 for HTTP (non-secure) and 453 for HTTPS (secure) connections. This configuration can be altered from Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.

        To change the default ports do the following:

        1. Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager on the machine hosting ClearSCADA Server.
        2. Locate the ClearSCADA site and click on Bindings.
        3. Select the connection you would like to edit and hit the Edit button.
        4. Type the desired port number and hit OK. Make sure the new port is vacant and can be accessed by the clients. Please do not set the same ports for WebX and the Original WebX. The appropriate SSL Certificate can also be selected for the secure port (HTTPS) at this stage.
        5. Restart the ClearSCADA site by clicking on Restart located in the Manage Website section.

        Keep in mind that the secure WebX port in ClearSCADA 2015 R1 is also being used by ClearSCADA Mobile if it is installed on the same machine. ClearSCADA Mobile uses port 443 by default in all ClearSCADA versions prior to 2015 R1 and in newer.

        Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 8.0 - Cumulative Update 1 (CU1)

        Issue

        Power Monitoring Expert 8.0 systems without Cumulative Update 1 (CU1) may experience the following issues:

        1. Potential for extremely slow on-board data log retrieval performance, risk of data loss if not managed before onboard data log is overwritten.  Only related to the following devices (CM3000, CM4000, PM800, Micrologic, Compact NSX) when multiple devices are attached with serial daisy chains (Direct or gateway).

        2. Report Subscriptions relative date ranges may not get processed correctly.

        3. Inability to use the VIP to log 3300 ACM data

        Product Line
        StruxureWare Power Monitoring Expert 8.0 - Base Edition, Data Center Edition, Healthcare Edition and Buildings Edition


        Resolution
        **Note: All DVDs shipped from the factory after January 4th, 2016 will include this CU1 - December 2015 on the DVD.  Any DVD's shipped prior will require this CU1 - December 2015 download.

        It is recommended to install PME8 CU1 for the following offers:
        • Power Monitoring Expert 8.0
        • Power Monitoring Expert 8.0 - Data Center Edition
        • Power Monitoring Expert 8.0 - Healthcare Edition
        • Power Monitoring Expert 8.0 - Buildings Edition

        It should be installed against the following install types:
        • Standalone Primary
        • Primary with Distributed Database Server (Does not need to be installed against Database Server itself)
        • Secondard Server
        • Engineering Client

        Install the attached update by following the procedure below:

        1. Extract the attached file 'PME_8.0_Cumulative_Update_1_Dec_2015.exe.zip'.
        2. Run the installation package.
        3. Follow the on-screen setup procedures and ensure that the verification of the system is successful.
        4. Once the configuration is complete, you may close setup window. The CU1 update is now installed.
         

        What Modbus parameters are available for port 1 on a Twido for programming?

        The Twido only supports one Modbus port parameter for programming.
         

        Baud Rate
        19,200
        Parity
        None
        Data Bits
        8
        Stop Bits
        1

        Note: The Twido line was obsoleted Dec. 2015 and replaced wit the M221 line. For more information on this contact local distributor or technical support.

        What does the +, -, and not equal mean when on-line with TwidoSuite?

        This shows the hardware and if it is configured, not configured or hardware not detected.



        Note: The Twido line has been obsolete since 2015 and replaced with the M221 product family, you can import your Twido project into SoMachine Basic and use the same I/O as long as it is the TM2 modules. For more questions contact your local distributor os Schneider sales office.

        Locate Log Files for ClearSCADA Mobile

        This article briefly explains where necessary information can be obtained from to help troubleshoot issues related to ClearSCADA Mobile. Please go over the following article for initial troubleshooting of such issues.

        The following log files can become useful:

        1. Server Log Files - click here to read more about this type of log files and how they can be obtained.

        2. Snapshot Log Files - click here to read more about this type of log files and how they can be obtained.

        3. WebServer Log files - these files can be found in:

        • "C:\ProgramData\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA Mobile\Logs"
        • "C:\ProgramData\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA\Logs" for ClearSCADA 2015 R1
        • This log does not exist in newer versions of ClearSCADA

        4. MobileServer Log files - these files can be found in:

        • "C:\ProgramData\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA Mobile\Logs"
        • "C:\ProgramData\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA\Logs" for ClearSCADA 2015 R1 and newer

        5. MobileCompanion Log files  - these files can be found in:

        • "C:\ProgramData\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA\Logs"

        6. Internet Information Server (IIS) Log files - these log files can be found in:

        • "C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles"

        eXL Hoist Change - 20154

        Issue:
        Is there any difference between the older generation and newer generation of the eXL Hoist controllers?

        Product Line:
        Wireless Joysticks - GIC Product

        Environment:
        US Product

        Cause:
        Product Characteristics

        Resolution:
        The eXL Hoist system was changed in late 2015 to incorporate a better battery than the older design.  Besides this change, there is no functional difference between the units.

        ClearSCADA: Multiple Containers in ClearSCADA 2017 R2

        The StartupConfiguration.xml file used to configure multiple ViewX containers has changed in ClearSCADA 2017 R2.  The StartupConfiguration file format that was used for ClearSCADA 2015 R1, ClearSCADA 2015 R2 and ClearSCADA 2017 must be changed in order to run multiple containers in ClearSCADA 2017 R2.  Below are the details:

        Information Regarding Multi-Monitor Setup in the ViewX Help:  May be found in:

        System Administration | Client Administration | Launch a ViewX Client on a Multi-Monitor Setup | Configure a Multi-Monitor Setup | Startup Configuration File


        Note shown on the ViewX Help opening page in ClearSCADA 2017 R2:



        StartupConfiguration.xml example 1:

        The following StartupConfiguration.xml file is an example of a 2 monitor configuration with the homepage and alarm banner shown on both monitors.


        <Startup>
         
        <WindowContainers>
         
        <PrimaryWindowContainer Monitor="1"  DisplayMode="FullScreen"
        AlarmBannerPersistSettings="true" AlarmBannerDisplayState="DockedBottom" />
         
        <SecondaryWindowContainer Name="Right" Monitor="2"  DisplayMode="Restored"
        AlarmBannerDisplayState="DockedBottom" />
         
        </WindowContainers>
         
        <InitialDocuments>
         
        <Document Window="Primary" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor1_homepage</Document>
         
        <Document Window="Right" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor2_homepage</Document>
         
        </InitialDocuments>
         
        </Startup>


        StartupConfiguration.xml example 2:

        The following StartupConfiguration.xml file is an example of a 2 monitor configuration with the homepage shown on both monitors only (i.e. no alarm banner).


        <Startup>
         
        <WindowContainers>
         
        <PrimaryWindowContainer Monitor="1"  DisplayMode="FullScreen"/>
         
        <SecondaryWindowContainer Name="Right" Monitor="2"  DisplayMode="Restored" />
         
        </WindowContainers>
         
        <InitialDocuments>
         
        <Document Window="Primary" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor1_homepage</Document>
         
        <Document Window="Right" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor2_homepage</Document>
         
        </InitialDocuments>
         
        </Startup>



        (Older StartupConfiguration.xml example)

        The following StartupConfiguration.xml file is an example of the file used in ClearSCADA 2015 R1, ClearSCADA 2015 R2 and ClearSCADA 2017 (Initial Release).  Notice the differences between this file and the files above which include:
        • removal of the 'InterfaceMode' clause
        • a change to the 'AlarmBanner' syntax
        (The affected lines of code have been highlighted below.  This is the equivalent file to Example 1 above.)


        <Startup>
         
        <WindowContainers AlarmBannerWindow="Right">
         
        <PrimaryWindowContainer Monitor="1" InterfaceMode="SingleDocument" DisplayMode="FullScreen"/>
         
        <SecondaryWindowContainer Name="Right" Monitor="2" InterfaceMode="SingleDocument" DisplayMode="Restored" />
         
        </WindowContainers>
         
        <InitialDocuments>
         
        <Document Window="Primary" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor1_homepage</Document>
         
        <Document Window="Right" Type="Object" System="MAIN">Monitor2_homepage</Document>
         
        </InitialDocuments>
         
        </Startup>
         

        Which trip unit and BCM date code are configured for a 2 wire modbus system?

        Issue:
        Which trip unit and BCM date code are configured for a 2 wire modbus system?

        Product Line:
        Circuit breakers

        Environment:
        Proxima (Powerpact P, R, Masterpact)

        Resolution:
        Micrologic P and H firmware needs to be 2010-AK or later in order to set the BCM ULP to 2w+ULP mode.  
        Also, the BCM ULP needs to have the gray connector which will have a firmware higher than 3.x.x.  

        On a BCM configured for 4w Modbus, if jumpers are placed between E3 and E5, and between E4 and E6, and the mode is set to 4w on the trip unit, it will work as 2w without ULP.

        Breakers shipped November 2015 and after have BCM's configured for 2w + ULP.  Date code approx. 15441 and later.
         

        WebX does not display Mimics, Alarms or Lists in Internet Explorer

        The following errors might get displayed in WebX starting from ClearSCADA 2015 R1 when Internet Explorer is being used:

        • "Error downloading <MIMIC NAME> - 500 Internal Server error" - when displaying Mimics
        • "Error : GetAlarmInfo Failed : not well-formed (invalid token)" - when displaying the Alarm List
        • "Error : prepare query Failed : not well-formed (invalid token)" - when displaying Event/Query Lists


        A common cause of these errors is the Original WebX being configured to use custom secure or non-secure ports. To resolve this issue, please do the following:
         

        • Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager and click on the ClearSCADA site (Note: In ClearSCADA 2015 R1, the ClearSCADA site needs to be expanded further and the WebX component needs to be clicked on instead). 
        • Click on the Application Settings as seen below.
        • In the Application Settings section, locate the ScadaHostURL and change its value to point to the correct port that the Original WebX uses for either its secure or non-secure connection. In the example below, the Original WebX had its non-secure port configured to 81.
        • Restart ClearSCADA site from the Manage Website section in Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
        • Restart the Internet browser.


        Common issues found in ClearSCADA Mobile

        This article goes over some common issues that one might encounter when configuring ClearSCADA Mobile and provides some basic steps to troubleshoot these issues. In addition, please familiarize yourself with ClearSCADA Mobile system requirements to make sure your ClearSCADA Mobile runs in the  supported environment.
         

        Connection to ClearSCADA Mobile times out or an internal error reported:


        This may be caused by the following issues:

        1. The mobile device is not on the same network or routing is not implemented/configured correctly. One could check the Internet Information Server (IIS) log files which are usually located in "C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles". The IIS logs should record connection attempts similar to below with timestamp in UTC if the mobile device is able to reach Mobile Server. Due to the way the IIS logs operate, new entries might be delayed for up to a few minutes.

        2015-10-29 15:09:40 192.168.159.149 GET /mobile/service.svc/v1/..................

        To resolve this issue, make sure that mobile devices are connected to the same network as ClearSCADA Mobile if no routing is implemented. If there is routing in place, check the configuration of the router(s).

        2. Incorrect connection information is provided. Make sure the connection information the mobile device is configured to follow the general format below. Depending on the situation, one either needs to specify the IP address/Name and the port of the server running ClearSCADA Mobile or the IP address/Name and the port of the router.

        • <server IP or server name or URL>:port 

        3. Communication ports get blocked by a firewall. Make sure the ClearSCADA Mobile port and the listening port between ClearSCADA Mobile and ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server are both configured to allow communication. To find out what ports ClearSCADA Mobile uses check the following:

        • Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager on the machine hosting ClearSCADA Mobile, select ClearScadaMobile site (ClearSCADA if using ClearSCADA 2015 R1) and click on Bindings. The HTTPS port displayed in Bindings is being used for communication between mobile devices and ClearSCADA Mobile. The default port is 443 in all versions of ClearSCADA except for ClearSCADA 2015 R1. It is port 453 in ClearSCADA 2015 R1.
        • Right click on the ClearSCADA Server Icon found on the machine hosting ClearSCADA Server itself, navigate to Configuration -> System Configuration -> Mobile and locate Port. This port is being used for communication between ClearSCADA Mobile and ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server. The default port is 8008.

        4. The ClearScadaMobile web-site is not running on the server. Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager and make sure the ClearScadaMobile site is running as shown below.

        5. Check whether the "ClearSCADA Mobile Settings Service"  (named "ClearSCADA Mobile Server" in ClearSCADA 2014 and 2013, and "ClearSCADA Web and Mobile Settings Service" in ClearSCADA 2015 R1) service is running on the machine hosting ClearSCADA Mobile. In addition, make sure the "ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server" service is running on the machine hosting ClearSCADA Server. If ClearSCADA Mobile and ClearSCADA Server run on the same machine, both services should be present on it.

        6. HTTP Activation is not installed as a part of WCF Services as per below. 



        ClearSCADA Mobile Connection Port used by another application:


        An issue will arise when ClearSCADA Mobile is configured to use the same port that is already in use by another application. The default connection port for ClearScadaMobile is 443 in all versions of ClearSCADA except for ClearSCADA 2015 R1. It is port 453 in ClearSCADA 2015 R1. To check what port ClearSCADA Mobile is configured to, launch the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager, select ClearScadaMobile site (it is called ClearSCADA in ClearSCADA 2015 R1), click Bindings and see what port is specified for HTTPS connections. If the port configured for the HTTPS connection is being used by another application, change the HTTPS port for ClearSCADA Mobile to a vacant port. Once the change to the port is made, the ClearScadaMobile site needs to be restarted. There might also be a need to reconfigure the SSL certificate for the newly assigned HTTPS port.



        Mobile User not created in the ClearSCADA database:


        Make sure that users configured in ClearSCADA Mobile have also been configured in the ClearSCADA database - the user names are case sensitive and must be match. Otherwise, users will not be able to access the ClearSCADA database when logging in through ClearSCADA Mobile.

        Mismatch in System Name:


        Make sure that the same System is specified in ClearSCADA Mobile Configurator and in "Server Configuration -> System Configuration -> Mobile".



        Mobile Companion Server not installed (does not apply to ClearSCADA 2015 R1):


        ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server must be installed separately from ClearSCADA Mobile except for ClearSCADA 2015 R1. ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server must be installed on the machine hosting the ClearSCADA database which might or might not be the same machine hosting ClearSCADA Mobile. To install ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server, run ClearSCADA Installer and select "Install ClearSCADA" as opposed to "Install ClearSCADA Mobile". Select "Modify" and locate "Mobile Companion" under "Server" group. Continue with the installation process. Once the installation is completed, check to see if the ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server service is running.



        Configuration Mismatch in Listening Ports (applies to ClearSCADA 2013 and 2014 only):


        It is possible that ClearSCADA Mobile and ClearSCADA Mobile Companion Server are configured to different listening ports which results in no communication between the two. The listening port of Mobile Companion can be checked from "ClearSCADA Configuration -> System Configuration -> Mobile -> Port".

        The listening port configured in ClearSCADA Mobile can be checked as well. Go to ClearSCADA Mobile installation folder - the default directory is "C:\Program Files\Schneider Electric\ClearSCADA Mobile", go into "Server" and open up ClearScadaMobileServer.exe (with Notepad for example):

        ProWORX 32 returns a Runtime Error 2015 when it is installed and started on a PC that has Delta V software.

        Goals and Symptoms

        ProWORX 32 returns a Runtime Error 2015 when it is installed and started on a PC that has 'Delta V' software.
        ('Delta V' is a third party software from Emerson.)

        Facts and Changes

        The 'ProWORX 32' and 'Delta V' both use a third party software component called 'Ina'. Unfortunately, the Delta V
        software is using an older version of the shared 'Ina' Active-X controls. This older version is causing the Runtime
        Error 2015 to occur when ProWORX 32 is started.

        Causes and Fixes

        The following procedure can be used to resolve the problem:

        • Log into the Delta V system.
        • Switch to the Windows desktop.
        • Locate the four (4) 'Ina' Active-X Control files in the 'C:\EmersonCommon' folder.
        (Note: The filenames are 'InaCheck.ocx', 'InaCombo.ocx', 'InaEdit.ocx' and 'InaGrid.ocx'.)


        • Click on Start\Run and type in the command (regsvr32 -u 'filename' ) to unregister the 'Ina' ocx file.

        i.e., regsvr32 -u c:EmersonCommon\InaCheck.ocx

        • Repeat this step for all of the 'Ina' ocx files that are in the 'C:\EmersonCommon' folder.
        • Open the 'Windows\System 32' folder and locate the 'Ina' Active-X Control files.

          (Note: The filenames are 'InaCheck.ocx', 'InaCombo.ocx', 'InaEdit.ocx' and 'InaGrid.ocx'.)
          • Click on Start\Run and type in the command to register the 'Ina' ocx files.
          i.e., regsvr32 'C:\Windows\System 32\InaCheck.ocx
          • Repeat this step for all of the 'Ina' ocx files in the 'C:\Windows\System 32' folder..




          5.) Start ProWORX 32.


           

        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL170042 V2.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
        Related ranges: ProWORX

        How does the Sy/Max CPU write to the uv-prom chips?

        When the program is complete, the last rung is the 'write to uv-prom instruction' which is mandatory for the CPU to go into RUN, The 'write to uv-prom instruction' is a straight line from the rail to a coil addressed 8176-16 (see below). When the program is loaded it will be saved and write protected. To make any alterations to the program, the uv-prom chips would have to be erased.


        Note: The Sy/Max PLC line and software have been obsolete since 2015 and have been replaced with the M580. For more information and upgrade options contact your local Schneider sales office or distributor.

        What does the letter R at the end of a Sy/Max part number mean?

        The letter R indicates that the part has been repaired or refurbished at the factory and is not a new part.


        Note: The Symax product line was made obsolete is 2015 and has limited support. It is recommended to upgrade to the M580 product line and you are able to keep the Symax I/O or can replace with the x80 I/O with the QWA adapters for more information contact your local Schneider Electric sales office. 

        Why can't I authorize TwidoSuite once the 30 day trial period has expired?

        This problem can happen when the systems TEMP directory has the hidden file attributes.
        In this case, you can try the following process :
        Enter in DOS prompt the command "attrib %TEMP%" to check if the hidden attribute (H) is set. You can remove it with command "attrib %TEMP% -H".
        You should then be able to register TwidoSuite.

        Note: TwidoSuite and the Twido product line was obsoleted in Dec. 2015 and has been replaced by SoMachine Basic and the M221 line. The software is free and the Twido program can be imported into the SoMachine Basic software.

        Can you connect to a TWDLCAA16DRF over Ethernet using TwidoSuite?

        The TWDLCAA16DRF does not have an Ethernet port, only a serial port. You can add a 499TWD01100
        Modbus to Ethernet bridge to it and the IP address is stored in the PLC and not the bridge. Recommend purchasing
        the programming cable TSXCUSB485 and the TSXCRJMD25 for serial communication to talk to
        the PLC to get the program.


        Note: The Twido line was made obsolete in 2015 and the direct replacement for this is the M221 product line. The M221 every controller you can get with or without Ethernet and the SoMachine Basic software is free and the Twido program can be imported into it. For more information on this contact your local distributor or Schneider sales office.

        ETSNZ - Why is my functional level of my M221 Somachine application not compatible with the firmware?

        If you get a warning whilst creating a program in Somachine for your M221 controller:
        "The Functional levels of the application and of the firmware are not compatible"

        You can fix this by upgrading the firmware or by lowering the functional level of the application.
        Version 1.3.2.1 was released end of march 2015 and is present on your computer if you have installed  v1.3 SP1 for SoMachineBasic software.
        The file directory is:  C:\Program Files (x86)\Schneider Electric\SoMachine Basic\Firmwares & PostConfiguration\M221\V1.3.2.1

        To Sumarise:
        Upgrade your firmware first to v1.3.2.1
        Set the application level to the level requierd.


         

        Osisense XC_XCMN211AL1 switch datasheet

        XCMN211AL1 basic limit switch is not a standard one (not shown into Osisense XC catalogue). It is an adapted switch requested by an Italian OEM.
        It is in fact an XCMN2110L1 switch (snap action contacts) assembled with the end plunger with silicone protective boot "ZCE1A" not sold separately and 1m cable length.
        The closest standard complete switch is the XCMN2110L1. Attached its datasheet. It cannot replace the XCMN211AL1 switch because the plunger head with protective boot is longer.
        Logistic situation in 2015 : it is not reserved to the italian OEM only. Sales are open for all customers. So you can pass an order to our international distribution centre Evreux France through your country logistic.

        How to write a script that creates a form with radio buttons

        DISCLAIMER

        The example below is intended to demonstrate one or more features or methods and is presented as a configuration example only. Schneider Electric assumes no liability for the use or application of this example or any portion thereof.


        Attached there is an example script showing how to create a customized form with radio buttons.
        You can import the SDE file to ClearSCADA 2015 R1 or newer. It will create a folder called "Radio button script". The script itself is in the "Default" mimic inside that folder and is triggered by the "Test" button:





        Please read the script comments for more details.

        How do I synchronize my Twido Real Time Clock TWDXCRPTC using Twidosoft?

        To synchronize your Real Time Clock option adapter of the Twido controller you will first have to open your application program,

        Step
        Action
        1
        Under Controller there is an option for Operate Controller, select it.
        2
        Once there, you will get a Controllers Operations screen.
        3
        Now click on the Configure RTC, you will get a Controllers Operation -- RTC Configuration screen.
        4
        On your Twido Controller locate the TWDXCPRTC Calendar Option Cartridge and record the corrections factor number (this number will be between 1 and 127).
        5
        In the Controllers Operation -- RTC Configuration screen enter the recorded RTC correction factor number and then OK.
        6
        This completes the Twido RTC synchronization.

        Note: As of Dec. 31st 2015 the Twido line has been obsoleted and replaced with the TM221 product line and has free software SoMachine Basic and can import you TwidoSoft program into the M221. For more information contact your local distributor or technical support.

        How do you set up and route through SY/MAX NIM modules to a SY/MAX PLC using 8010 SFW572 WINMATE Software?

        Goals and Symptoms

        The first 3-digit number represents the source. The source is the connection point between the personal computer

                      • and the Network. The last 3-digit number represents the destination. The destination is the connection point between
                        the SY/MAX processor and the Network. The first digit of the 3-digit number indicates the port on the NIM
                        (Network Interface Module) to which the computer or processor is connected. The first digit can be a 1 or 0, indicating
                        one of two ports on the NIM.

        Causes and Fixes

        Shown below is a simple routing path from a PC through 2 NIM modules



        Note: The Symax product line was made obsolete it 2015 and it is recommended to upgrade to the M580 and the x80 I/O.

        Can I use a larger power supply to power up my Schneider Electric Low Voltage Occupancy sensors?

        Issue:
        Customer does not want to have multiple SLSPP1277 power pack installed and would prefer to have a single power supply mounted in a panel.

        Note: As of March 1, 2015 all US Lighting Control products (EXCEPT Powerlink and MVP panels) will enter their obsolescence phase and will no longer be purchasable for new orders. Management of the Prosumer Business has made a strategic decision to stop the Lighting Control initiative and concentrate our effort in new businesses with higher growth potential – Connected Home, Building Control in small buildings, and Electric Vehicle solutions.
        Product Line:
        Schneider Electric Occupancy Sensor Lighting Control products

        Environment:
        Schneider Electric Low Voltage Occupancy Sensors

        Cause:
        SLSPP1277 power packs source 24 Vdc at 100mA. Application is multiple ceiling mount low voltage sensors controlling input on a Powerlink panel.

        Resolution:
        Use a larger panel mount power supply to power up multiple sensors (see drawing)


        https://static.schneider-electric.us/docs/Power%20Management/Lighting%20Control/Square%20D%20Occupancy%20Sensor%20Products/CAD%20DRAWINGS/WIRING%20DIAGRAMS%20Low%20Voltage/63249-600-41.pdf

        Can I get a drawing that shows the use of a larger power supply to power up my Schneider Electric Low Voltage Occupancy sensors?

        Issue:
        Customer does not want to have multiple SLSPP1277 power pack installed and would prefer to have a single power supply mounted in a panel.

        Note: As of March 1, 2015 all US Lighting Control products (EXCEPT Powerlink and MVP panels) will enter their obsolescence phase and will no longer be purchasable for new orders. Management of the Prosumer Business has made a strategic decision to stop the Lighting Control initiative and concentrate our effort in new businesses with higher growth potential – Connected Home, Building Control in small buildings, and Electric Vehicle solutions.

        Product Line:
        Schneider Electric Occupancy Sensor Lighting Control products

        Environment:
        Schneider Electric Low Voltage Occupancy Sensors

        Cause:
        SLSPP1277 power packs source 24 Vdc at 100mA. Application is multiple ceiling mount low voltage sensors controlling Aux Relay SLSSP24.

        Resolution:
        Use a larger panel mount power supply to power up multiple sensors (see drawing)


        https://static.schneider-electric.us/docs/Power%20Management/Lighting%20Control/Square%20D%20Occupancy%20Sensor%20Products/CAD%20DRAWINGS/WIRING%20DIAGRAMS%20Low%20Voltage/63249-600-47.pdf

        Why are NetBotz traps showing variables out of order?

        Issue:

        Incorrect OID and order for varbind in SNMP trap

        Product Line:

        NetBotz

        Environment:

        Botzware 4.4.0, 4.4.1

        Cause:

        Due to a change in the SNMP code, an unexpected issue has occurred where variable bindings for certain traps may be out of order.
        This should read:
        VarBinding 4: 1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.4 = nbAlinkEnc_0_3_SPLK
        VarBinding 7: 1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.5 = Spot leak (Test)
        VarBinding 5: 1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.6 = nbAlinkEnc_0
        VarBinding 6: 1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.7 = Sensor Pod
        VarBinding 8: 1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.8 =

        Instead, as is the case with the spot leak sensor tested here, the varbinds are returned as follows:
        VarBinding 4: 1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.4 = nbAlinkEnc_0_3_SPLK
        VarBinding 5: 1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.6 = nbAlinkEnc_0
        VarBinding 6: 1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.7 = Sensor Pod
        VarBinding 7: 1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.7 = Spot leak (Test)
        VarBinding 8: 1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.8 =

        Note that there is no varbind 5 which should be:
        netBotzTrapParms.netBotzTrapSensorLabel
        .1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.5

        Instead, the trap puts them out of order as shown in the example above as well as sending them with an invalid OID as .100.11.7 is sent twice with different variables.

        Resolution:

        Botzware 4.5 has addressed this issue and is due out in the May-June 2015 timeframe. Please note that Botzware release dates are subject to change.
         

        PM700 Series Replacement and End of Commercialization

        Issue
        PM700 End of Commercialization

        Product Line
        PM700, PM700CA, PM700MG, PM700MGCA,PM700P, PM700PCA, PM700PMG, PM700PMGCA, PM710, PM710CA, PM710MG, PM710MGCA, PM750, PM750MG

        Resolution
        All PowerLogic PM700 series meters (PM700, PM700P, PM710 and PM750) were withdrawn from the market place in 2015 following the dates below:

        Asia / Pacific countries: April 30th 2015
        European / Americas / Middle East and Africa countries: August 30th 2015

        All PM700 references will be substituted by the new improved PM5000 references. Suggested substitution below:
         
        Old Product New Product
        PM700, PM700P and PM710 PM51xx
        PM750 PM53xx

        Note:
        • The PM8000 series is also a valid potential replacement, including: PM8240, PM8243, PM8244.
        • Please see links below to knowledge based  articles about the replacement meters types.

        Server Error in WebX Application

        The following error might get encountered in WebX starting from ClearSCADA 2015 R1.


        Within Internet Information Server (IIS), the ClearSCADA site is likely configured for an older version of ASP.Net. The ClearSCADA website requires v4.0 of the ASP.Net to run.


        To fix the issue, do the following:

        • Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager on the machine running ClearSCADA Server  that WebX clients connect to and click on Application Pools.
        • Locate the ClearSCADAMobileAppPool application pools and double-click on it.
        • Select v4.0 from the .NET CLR version dropdown menu and click OK. If v4.0 is not an available option, contact your administrator to have it installed.
        • Select ClearSCADA site and click Restart under the Manage Website section.
        • The Internet browser will need to be restarted as well.



        WebX reports Invalid Credentials in ClearSCADA 2015 R1

        The common causes of this error are:
         

        1. Incorrect user credentials being entered. In this case, please double check the user name and password. Both the user name and password are case sensitive.
         

        2. WebX is configured to connect to an invalid server. Please check whether the "System" shown on the "System Log On" page once WebX loads matches the system configured in "Configure Connections". If the systems are not the same, the correct system needs to be configured in WebX. To do that, please follow these steps:

        • Launch "ClearSCADA WebX & Mobile Configuration", right-click on "WebX Service Settings" and select "Update Settings".
        • Change "Server Name" to match "System Name" from "Configure Connections". Note that "Server Name" is case sensitive.
        • Once the "Server Name" is changed to the correct system, navigate to the Services list and restart "ClearSCADA Web and Mobile Settings Service".
        • Restart your Internet browser and make sure the correct system is shown on the "System Log On" page.




        How to fix HTTP Error 405 Method Not Allowed in ClearSCADA Mobile?

        A common cause of this error is the WebDAV Publishing feature being installed as a part of Internet Information Services. This feature may block certain HTTP verbs needed for ClearSCADA Mobile to function correctly. Please follow the steps below for resolution:
         

        1. Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager and locate the ClearScadaMobile website.
        2. Click on the ClearScadaMobile website and open Handler Mappings by locating this feature in the IIS section, right clicking on it and selecting Open Feature.
        3. In Handler Mappings, locate the WebDAV handler and double click on it to view its properties.
        4. In the Edit Module Mappings window, click on Request Restrictions.
        5. Once the Request Restrictions window is shown, click on the Verbs tab, select All Verbs and click OK to apply the change.
        6. Select the ClearScadaMobile website again and restart the website by clicking on Restart in the Manage Website section.
        7. Restart the mobile application in the mobile device and try to connect again.

        The mobile website is named ClearSCADA in ClearSCADA 2015 R1.
        It is named ClearScadaMobile in other versions of ClearSCADA.





         

        Unable to select an "End date" for the database archive when "Beginning of the database" is selected using Database Manager

        Issue
        The "End date" is greyed out in the Database Manager when "Beginning of the database" is selected during an archive database configuration 

        Product
        Power Monitoring Expert 8.1 (PME 8.1)

        Environment
        Database Archiving

        Cause
        This behavior became apparent with the release of Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 8.1.

        Note: The behavior was changed and subsequent releases (PME 8.2 and PME 9.0) do not require the workaround explained below.

        Resolution
        Use the following workaround:
        1. Instead of selecting beginning of the database, select a date range
        2. The start day can be any day before the beginning of the database. For example, if it is known that the system was commission in June of 2015, The start date can be set to May of 2015 or any earlier date
        3. Once, the date is selected make sure that the "Remove Archive data from the live database" is marked accordingly. If the data needs to be removed from the database make sure this is checked.



         

        ClearSCADA: Create a new WebX self-signed Certificate

        It is possible to create a new WebX self-signed certificate using the following procedure:
        (Note: this procedure is valid for ClearSCADA 2015 R2 an onwards)


        1)Launch IIS, go into the 'ClearSCADA' branch and check to see which SSL certificate is being used by the https port





        2) Now, click on the top level branch in IIS and select 'Server Certificates'






        3) Click on the 'Create Self-Signed Certificate' link on the right side of the screen









        4) Now, go back to the 'Edit Site Binding' dialog (see 1st screen above), click on the drop down arrow and select the new certificate






        5) Restart the ClearSCADA IIS component (see screen shot below), close IIS, close Internet Explorer (if open), restart the ClearSCADA server and launch WebX again



        How to locate Schneider Electric CBus SLCLE5504TAMP 4 Channel 0-10V dimmer documentation?

        Issue:
        When searching for Schneider Electric CBus SLCLE5504TAMP 4 Channel 0-10V dimmer product documentation for a new or existing installation, assistance is available using online tools and local authorized distributors.

        Note: As of March 1, 2015 all US Lighting Control products (EXCEPT Powerlink and MVP panels) will enter their obsolescence phase and will no longer be purchasable for new orders. Management of the Prosumer Business has made a strategic decision to stop the Lighting Control initiative and concentrate our effort in new businesses with higher growth potential – Connected Home, Building Control in small buildings, and Electric Vehicle solutions.

        Product Line:
        Schneider Electric CBus SLCLE5504TAMP 4 Channel 0-10V dimmer

        Environment:
        Schneider Electric CBus 0-10V dimmer  product sold in the United States

        Cause:
        Selecting the correct CBus SLCLE5504TAMP 4 Channel 0-10V dimmer documentation for a new and existing installation involves many factors. Both online and phone assistance are available to help you.

        Resolution:
        For help when searching for CBus SLCLE5504TAMP 4 Channel 0-10V dimmer  documentation, use the following links:


        (1) Our Product web site, at this link.
        https://products.schneider-electric.us/technical-library/?event=detail&oid=0900892680243507&cat=0b008926805ea765

        (2) Our Online Digest, at this link, shows specific catalog numbers of many of our products.
        www.schneider-electric.us/sites/us/en/support/product-support-resources/online-catalog.page

        (2a) Our Lighting Control section of the Online Digest, at this link, shows specific catalog number of our Lighting Control products.
        https://editiondigital.net/publication/?i=150046

        (3) Further assistance is available from a local authorized Schneider Electric Distributor, using our Distributor Locator at the below link:
        www.schneider-electric.us/sites/us/en/support/distributor-locator/power-industry-locator.page

        All the above tools may be found by visiting our US Home Page.
        www.schneider-electric.com/site/home/index.cfm/us/

        How to locate Schneider Electric SLC5050CTC Color Touch Screen CBus documentation?

        Issue:
        When searching for Schneider Electric SLC5050CTC Color Touch Screen CBus product documentation for a new or existing installation, assistance is available using online tools and local authorized distributors.

        Note: As of March 1, 2015 all US Lighting Control products (EXCEPT Powerlink and MVP panels) will enter their obsolescence phase and will no longer be purchasable for new orders. Management of the Prosumer Business has made a strategic decision to stop the Lighting Control initiative and concentrate our effort in new businesses with higher growth potential – Connected Home, Building Control in small buildings, and Electric Vehicle solutions.

        Product Line:
        Schneider Electric CBus SLC5050CTC Color Touch Screen

        Environment:
        Schneider Electric CBus SLC5050CTC Color Touch Screen product sold in the United States

        Cause:
        Selecting the correct CBus SLC5050CTC Color Touch Screen documentation for a new and existing installation involves many factors. Both online and phone assistance are available to help you.

        Resolution:
        For help when searching for CBus SLC5050CTC Color Touch Screen documentation, use the following links:


        (1) Our Product web site, at this link.
        https://editiondigital.net/publication/?i=150046

        (2) Our Online Digest, at this link, shows specific catalog numbers of many of our products.
        www.schneider-electric.us/sites/us/en/support/product-support-resources/online-catalog.page

        (2a) Our Lighting Control section of the Online Digest, at this link, shows specific catalog number of our Lighting Control products.
        https://editiondigital.net/publication/?i=150046

        (3) Further assistance is available from a local authorized Schneider Electric Distributor, using our Distributor Locator at the below link:
        www.schneider-electric.us/sites/us/en/support/distributor-locator/power-industry-locator.page

        All the above tools may be found by visiting our US Home Page.
        www.schneider-electric.com/site/home/index.cfm/us/