connector - 25 mm² - insulated - for comb busbar Prodis 80 A

Acti 9 Connector, 25 mm², Insulated, for Comb Busbar, 80A, Set of 5

Catalogue Number: 21098
connector - 25 mm² - insulated - for comb busbar Prodis 80 A
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE


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Range of product
Acti 9
Product name
Linergy FH
Product or component type
Accessory / separate part category
connection accessory
Quantity per set
set of 4
Connections - terminals
cable connector25-25 mm²
Range compatibility
  • Acti 9 iC60 comb busbar
  • Multi 9 N40 N40N comb busbar
  • Multi 9 N40 Vigi N40 Vigi comb busbar
  • Multi 9 C60 comb busbar
  • Acti 9 iDPN comb busbar
  • Acti 9 iDPN Vigi comb busbar
  • Easy9 MCB comb busbar
  • Easy9 RCBO comb busbar
  • Easy9 RCCB comb busbar
    • Distribution type
    • N + 3 L
    • N + L1
    • 3 L
      • Product compatibility
        Market segment
        small commercial
        REACh Regulation
        Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
        REACh free of SVHC
        EU RoHS Directive
        Toxic heavy metal free
        Mercury free
        RoHS exemption information
        China RoHS Regulation
         Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
        The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
        18 months

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        What is the replacement for the mistral fan 6109?

        The replacement is the 7106A you will also need the wall plate 7100WP.

        What is the replacement for 25018 MCB?

        The replacement for 25018 MCB is A9F54450
        Acti9 iC60H 4P 50A C Miniature Circuit breaker
        For more information see:

        Can you get the Magelis XBTGT range with Conformal Coating?

        Yes, the product offering for Conformal Coating on the XBTGT line will be available in 6 Steps:

        Conformal Coating Service for XBTGT 5.7, Sell stage gate in 10th July 2009: XBTGT2110, XBTGT2120, XBTGT2130, XBTGT2220, XBTGT2330

        Conformal Coating Service for XBTGT 12.1, Sell stage gate in 1st August 2009: XBTGT6330, XBTGT6340

        Conformal Coating Service for XBTGT 10.4, Sell stage gate in 1st September 2009: XBTGT5230, XBTGT5330, XBTGT5340

        Conformal Coating Service for XBTGT 3.8, Sell stage gate in 1st October 2009: XBTGT1105, XBTGT1135, XBTGT1335

        Conformal Coating Service for XBTGT 15, Sell stage gate in 1st November 2009: XBTGT7340

        Conformal Coating Service for XBTGT 7.5, Sell stage gate in 1st December 2009: XBTGT4230, XBTGT4330, XBTGT4340

        What is the difference between an alarm contact and an auxiliary contact when used in a circuit breaker?

        Product Line:
        Circuit Breakers

        Electrical Distribution Equipment

        The auxiliary contact changes state when the circuit breaker contacts change state (breaker opens or closes). The alarm contact changes state only when the circuit breaker goes to the tripped position (or is reset).

        What is the part code 2 AMP MCB 6kA + fault auxiliary

         You will need a 25798 +26927

        What plugs are compatible with the PDL 56CV316/240 (56CV316240)?

        *Our product code in brackets
        Compatible with Bals 211 (PDLBALS211) and Bals 21238 (PDLBALS21238) plugs.

        RAE Systems Sensor Compatability with Version 3 NetBotz Appliances


        RAE Systems Sensor Compatability with Version 3 NetBotz Appliances

        Product Line:



        NetBotz version 3 appliances
        RAE systems sensors


        Compatibility with 3rd party sensors.


        As of the release of our Next Generation (v3) NetBotz appliances in April 2009, RAE Systems sensors are no longer supported for direct integration on NetBotz appliances with Botzware 3.x or higher

        What is the degree of protection of 27046, 27047 and 27048 rotary handles.

        The degree of protection of rotary handles references 27046, 27047 and 27048 is IP40.

        These rotary handles are designed for C60, C120 and NC100 circuit breakers and "I switches".

        Unfortunately IP54 degree of protection given in the catalogue is incorrect.

        Configuring native shutdown on Mac OS X

        How to configure native shutdown of Mac OS X

        Product Line/s:

        Mac OS X attached to UPS via USB cable

        Installation information


        Please review this PDF

        What is the Clipsal 5470

        This is a keyless entry system that Clipsal used to sell until approximately 2009. The key cards used for this are no longer available but work off of 134.2KHz frequency.

        This was a product which Clipsal rebadged from Axeze. Please see the below links for datasheets

        What is the alternative for a Main switch (surface) 3 phase T300-BK?

        The original T300-BK was unfortunately discontinued. As an alternative the T300FA is very similar. The Majority of its components are the same but some specifications may vary.
        Some of the key features are:
        • Panel mount
        • 300 Amp rated
        • Triple pole
        • Front wiring cover
        • Has dimensions of 210mm (L) x 158mm (W) x 112mm (D)
        For Further information please visit

        Or see PDF attached below.

        PowerChute Personal Edition V3.0 balloon notification not launching properly.

        PowerChute Personal Edition V3.0 balloon notification not launching properly.

        PowerChute Personal Edition Version 3.0

        All support OS

        We have found an issue where after clicking on balloon notification in the System tray to launch the cost configuration window the expected result would be the PCPE GUI should launch and cost configuration window should appear. The actual result is PCPE GUI fails to launch upon clicking on "Energy Cost" balloon notification.

        Upgrade to version 3.0.2 

        What does Warning 2107 means in Vijeo Designer?


         What does Warning 2107 means in Vijeo Designer



        Product Line

         Vijeo Designer





        Warning 2107: Target Security is enabled, and Web Gate security is disabled. You cannot write to variables from Web Gate.

        This message displays when you have set Target Security to Use Security, and Web Gate Security is disabled. You need to enable Web Gate security so you can properly log in and  write to variables from Web Gate.


        To resolve the warning message:

        In the security properties for the target, enable the Web Gate/Web Server Security property by setting it to Use Security.


        List of Device Definition Files (DDF) for Version 2 Netbotz Advanced Device Crawlers


        List of Device Definition Files (DDF) for Version 2 Netbotz Advanced Device Crawlers

        Product Line:



        NetBotz version 2


        Supported configurations


        The following is the list of available device definition files (DDF) as of March 2009. Available DDF files:

        Best Power
        Cisco Systems
        Extreme Networks
        Foundry Networks
        Juniper Networks
        Server Technology
        Sun Microsystems

        Power Over Ethernet configuration supported by NetBotz products.


        Power Over Ethernet configuration supported by NetBotz products

        Product Line:



        NetBotz version 3 Rack appliances and POE


        POE options that work with supported NetBotz version 3 rack appliances.


        IEEE compliance offers 2 alternatives for Power Over Ethernet (POE). Alternative 'A' allows for power to be passed through wires 1, 2, 3, and 6 on a Cat-5 switch are the transmit and receive wires. Alternative 'B' allows for power to be passed using the unused pairs 4, 5, 7, and 8 on a Cat-5 cable.

        Alternative 'A' is usually output by a switch or endspan device. Alternative 'B' is more often used by a midspan device such as a POE injector. APC's POE injector (NBAC0303) inserts power on the Cat-5 cable using alternative 'B'

        NetBotz POE compatible appliances work with either alternative and should power on with alternative 'A' or 'B'.

        Why does 'address out of range' error come in Vijeo Citect.

        Actually Vijeo Citect reads digital addresses in blocks of 16 bits. So if there is a digital tag at C1000, Citect will read from C993 to C1008 in a single request. If the address C993 does not exist then 'address out of range' error comes. Because of this optimization of digital read requests make sure that there are valid addresses in the PLC. In some PLCs the valid ranges of all memory addresses can be set and make sure that the setup in the PLC is what Citect is going to read. If the range cannot be adjusted then do not use any digital tags within the first and last 16 digitals.

        Vijeo Citect also tries to block reads together and may try to read across invalid addresses. So if C1000 and C1100 are configured, Citect will try to read from C993 to C1105. If any address is invalid between these tags then also 'address out of range' error comes. This is quite unlikely as almost all PLC contain continuous memory with no holes.

        Can I reset the ATV600 or ATV900 Process Drive without cycling power to it?

        Customer would like to restart (reboot) the drive without having to cycle power.

        Product Line:

        All Models, All serial numbers

        Restart to clear errors or load new communication parameter settings usually requires a power cycle.

        If connected via a network; you can write a value of 21072 to address 1500 it will reboot the drive as if it had been power cycled.

        If connected to the drive via SoMove you can go to the Device menu and select Restart Device.
        You can also use the HMI to do this by going to Complete Settings - Error/Warning Handling - and change the Product Restart (rP) to YES and press and hold the OK button for 2 seconds.
        Also, a digital input can be assigned to perform this by setting the Prod Restart Assign (rPA) to one of the DI's in the same menu as above.

        NOTE:  The Product Restart and Prod Restart Assign parameters are only available if the Access Level has been set to Expert.

        171CCC9x0x0 M1E Processor 984LL Exec. Upgrade to v.1.30 - Enhancement: Manual TCP/IP retransmission timer for MSTR

        Goals and Symptoms

        The purpose of this resolution is to inform Momentum M1E users that the 984LL Exec. has been upgraded (Aug. 2009) to version 1.30.

        Facts and Changes

        984LL Exec version 1.30 contains the following enhancement:
        1) A configurable TCP/IP retransmission timer for the MSTR function block.

        • The following units affected by this firmware are:
          • 171CCC96020 Processor
            171CCC98020 Processor
            171CCC96030 Processor
            171CCC98030 Processor
        • This enhancement is not supported in the Concept MSTR DX Zoom screens at this time.
        • Resource file MSTR.URF for ProWORX NxT and resource file MSTR.UCS for ProWORX32 are included.

        Causes and Fixes

        A description of the new MSTR function is explained in the attachment Resolution document.

        The attached zip file contains the following files:
        m1ev130.bin M1E firmware
        m1 v130 Resolution.doc Resolution
        MSTR.ucs ProWORX32 resource file
        MSTR urf ProWORX NxT resource file


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        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL199568 V1.0, Originally authored by DaDz on 08/07/2009, Last Edited by DaDz on 08/07/2009
        Related ranges: Modicon Momentum

        What is one way to tell if a drive is still under warranty?

        Warranty verification
        Product Line:
        Altivar variable frequency drives

        Open style
        The date of purchase indicated on the distributors invoice or receipt can be used to determine if the drive is in warranty.   The standard warranty is 18 months (see FAQ FA117023) .  If no receipt or invoice is available the date code of the drive can be used to determine if the drive is in warranty.  This date code is imbedded into the number that is located on the right side label of the drive below the bar code.  The first 2 digits indicate the manufacturing plant.  The next two digits indicate the last two numbers of the year it was manufactured and the next two digits indicate the week of that year.  The following numbers indicate the sequence of drive. 
         example:  8B 092124041 (8B = manufacturing location, 09 = year 2009, 21 = week).  The warranty ends November of 2010 (18 months from May 2009).

        My AP9631 Network Management Card 2 Relay I/O Dongle Output contact is not opening and closing. What's wrong?


        My AP9631 or AP9631CH Network Management Card 2 Relay I/O Dongle (AP9810) output relay contact does not respond correctly to user commands or control policy commands. The Network Management Card interface indicates that the relay has been opened or closed, correct events are logged in the event log, but the relay does not actually open or close.

        Product Line

        • UPS Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) - AP9631/AP9631CH
          • Relay I/O Accessory Dongle - AP9810
        • All serial numbers
        • NMC2 firmware AOS v5.1.3, sumx, sy3p or sy applications v5.1.3

        A firmware issue exists in the aforementioned versions and applications listed.


        This Network Management Card 2 firmware issue has been addressed in a new release (AOS v5.1.5 or higher, sumx, or sy application v5.1.5 or higher). If you require output relay functionality, it is recommended to upgrade to AOS v5.1.5 and sumx or sy APP v5.1.5 or higher. If you are using a Symmetra 3 phase unit, upgrade to AOS 5.1.6/sy3p 5.1.4 or higher.

        If your AP9810 is still not working properly, and you've ruled out this issue, please visit knowledge base article FA156183 and follow the configuration steps listed there.

        PM850/870 Device Reboots For No Apparent Reason in ION Enterprise \SPM \ PME

        An ION Enterprise 5.6 SP1 or 6.0, StruxureWare Power Monitoring (SPM), Power Monitoring Expert (PME) system which includes a PM850 or PM870 device,
        the device reboots periodically for no apparent reason.

        Product Line

        ION Enterprise 5.6 SP1, StruxureWare Power Monitoring (SPM), Power Monitoring Expert (PME)

        There is a problem with firmware versions for PM8 devices prior to v10.8 which can cause the device to reboot if it is polled frequently.

        Upgrade the meter firmware to version 10.8 or greater. Upgrading the meter firmware will also allow the device to provide information required for a CBEMA plot.

        Access to firmware upgrade instructions, including a how-to video and a link to the latest firmware can be found at:  Firmware Upgrade - Instructions and Downloads
        If only the firmware is required, it can be downloaded directly from:

        Or Alternatively,

        1) Using a internet browser navigate to
        2) select Support, then Download Center from the Green menu bar
        3) type "PM800 Series V12.500 Firmware" into the search bar and click on the Search button
        4) click on the "PM800 Series V12.500 Firmware" link presented in the search results
        5) click on the Download button to start the download and save the file

        Note: Also by entering only PM800 and/or keyword search criteria into the search bar, you be find wide variety of PM800 related documents.

        What ethernet ports are used by System Manager Software (SMS)?


        The user must be an Administrator or PowerUser on the server (for installation the user has to be an Administrator)

        > Port 80 has to be open for HTTP access via IIS (access by remote browser)

        > Port 8888 has to be open for PowerLogic Network Server (local server only)

        > Port 8889 has to be open for Alarm Event Server access (local server only)

        > Port 1433 has to be open for the SMS database (local server only)

        > Port 1240 has to be open for the Browser Connection Manager (local PC only)

        >Port 20978 has to be open for the Alarm Web Service

        >Port 502 has to be open for Modbus TCP

        >Port 21 has to be open for FTP

        >Port 102 has to be open if using TCP/MMS (EGW drivers) 

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        Internal PMO/PMC
        © Schneider Electric 2005

        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL184565 V2.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 06/16/2007, Last Edited by MaTh on 02/26/2010
        Related ranges: System Manager 3.3, System Manager 4.0

        Why doesn't my Battery Management System AP9921X-AP9922 record Ohmic Values?


        My Battery Management System AP9921X-AP9922 is not recording Ohmic Values.

        Product Line

        Battery Management
        AP9921X-AP9922 only


        All firmware versions
        All serial numbers


        Ohmic Values may not be recording for a number of possible, by design reasons. Please review the items listed below to try and correct the issue.


        Here are some guidelines that need to be met in order for the APC by Schneider Electric Battery Management System (AP9921X) to record Ohmic Values:
        • A selected set of voltage values obtained during discharge operation shall be used to derive the ohmic value of each individual battery. The time delay before gathering this data shall be programmable for times between 10 seconds and 300 seconds.
        • The ohmic value calculation shall not be performed unless the batteries were fully charged prior to the discharge event.
        • The individual battery ohmic values shall be saved in non-volatile memory and displayed graphically.
        • The most recent set of ohmic values shall be indicated in the “Ohmic Values” page, along with date/time, discharge current and the pilot temperature associated with that event. 
        • Any Ohmic calculation which results in a value expressed in a  Negative Number will be displayed as a 0 (Zero). This will indicate that the individual circuit needs to be calibrated to provide an accurate Ohmic Value.
        • If the discharge current was at least 20% of the battery capacity when the selected set of voltages were obtained, the ohmic values shall be calculated.
        • If you are not seeing any of these values being recorded or have any questions, please obtain the event.txt, data.txt and config.ini from the network management card inside of the Battery Management System and contact APC by Schneider Electric support. Please review APC knowledge base article FA156131 for instructions on how to obtain the requested files.


        KVM0216A KVM Series Bus Communication Behavior


        KVM0216A KVM Series Bus Communication Behavior

        Product Line
        • KVM Switches
          • KVM0216A Enterprise Analog

        • All installations


        The next generation enterprise analog KVM boasts (2) local console users, and (16) ports. It also supports (1) or (2) bus cascading. When a local connection is simultaneously being used with a cascade connection, some pieces of information should be taken under advisement for expected (2) user operation.


        On the KVM0216A, the front DB-15 connection port is for use with an optional AP5717/AP5719 Rack LCD Console with the KVM-LCDMOUNT kit. This front port, the top cascade port (Cascade 2) and local console #2 are both using bus 2, while the bottom Cascade port (Cascade 1) and local console #1 are using bus 1.


        Item Description
        1 Power LED
        2 Server Port Status LED Indicators
        3 Rack LCD Console Connection
        4 Pinhole Reset Button
        5 USB Ports for Virtual Media/Firmware Upgrade





        Item Description

        Input Power #1


        Input Power #2


        PDU Ports #1 and #2


        Local Console #1


        Local Console #2


        Cascade Ports - Cascade 2 (top), Cascade 1 (bottom)


        Server Ports

        • Bus 1 priority: Cascade Port 1 (bottom port) > Local Console #1
        • Bus 2 priority: Rack LCD Console (Front port) > Cascade Port 2 (Top Port) > Local Console #2
        • Bus 1 & Bus 2 are independent from each other

        If the priorities are not taken into account, a user may see the following message upon trying to use a local console connection:


        STB Module Logic Bus Current Requirements

        Goals and Symptoms

        The purpose of this resolution is to provide information sources for STB module logic bus current consumption values used by Advantys Configuration Software v4.0.

        Facts and Changes

        This information can be found:
        1. On line in v4.0 configuration software under Hardware Help in the Advantys STB Planning and Installation folder section highlighted below.

        2. On line in v4.0 configuration software under Hardware Help. The four folders shown have logic bus current consumption values in individual modules Specification sections.

        3. On Pl@net in the Advantys STB Technical publications listing.

        The Advantys STB System Planning and Installation Guide, p/n 31002947 has information in the same location as the online version, ie: under STB Module Operating Temperature Ranges.

        4. On Pl@net in the Advantys STB Technical publications listing. STB module manuals have logic bus current consumption values in the individual modules Specification sections.

        Pl@net manuals are:

        Analog I/O Modules Reference Guide 31007715
        Digital I/O Modules 31007720
        Special Modules Reference Guide 31007730
        Counter Modules 31007725

        There are errors in the System Planning and Installation Guides, Special Modules Reference Guides and Analog Module Reference Guides.

        Online and Pl@net versions of the System Planning and Installation Guide incorrectly lists:
        - STBXBE2100 current as 1mA (should be 100mA).

        Online and Pl@net versions of the Special Modules Reference Guide:
        - do not have bus current listed for the STBXBE1100 (25mA).

        Online and Pl@net versions of the Analog Module Reference Guide incorrectly lists
        - STBACO0120 current as 210mA (should be 155mA)

        Attached is a quick reference listing of STB module logic bus current requirements.

        Causes and Fixes

        See Facts and Changes

        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL192962 V3.0, Originally authored by WeDa on 10/11/2008, Last Edited by WeDa on 11/25/2008
        Related ranges: Advantys STB

        How to configure a FDR function in BMXNOC0401 to communicate with a TesysT?

        Applicable to Product Range(s): Web Designer

        Goals and Symptoms
        How to configure a FDR function in BMXNOC0401 to communicate with a TesysT?

        Facts and Change
        BMXNOC0401 firmware version 2.09, BMXP342020 firmware version 2.8, TesysT LTMR27EFM firmware version 2.7

        Causes and Fixes
        The BMX NOC0401 module can be a DHCP and FDR (Faulty Device Replacement) server.

        HTTP, FTP and TFTP are disabled by default in DTM instances created using BMX NOC0401 module firmware version 2.04 or later and Unity Pro 8.1 or later, so the first step is enable these in DTM Browser (Tools -> DTM Browser -> Open -> Security).
        The second step is add the TesysT to DTM  Browser and configure the DHCP and FDR Server (see pictures below).

        Finally, you need to configure the FDR client to receive the data from the server,  in this case the client is a TesysT.

        How FDR works:
        Once the new replacement device is assigned its Role_Name and installed in the network, it issues a DHCP request to obtain its IP address. If its Role_Name is configured in the DHCP server, it will receive an answer with the same IP address as the failed device along with the sub-net mask, the gateway address and the parameter file location. The parameter file location specifies where the device parameter file is stored, the IP address of the FTP server, the directory path in this server and the FTP password.
        When the new device - the FDR client - receives this information bundle from the FDR server, it issues a command to obtain the configuration parameters from the FDR server. Once proper configuration is verified, the FDR server sends the file requested by the replacement device which then takes the file and configures itself to start running on the network.


        Can leakage voltage affect 7550/7650 digital inputs?

        Goals and Symptoms

        In certain cases a device that is connected and triggering the digital inputs on an ION7650 or ION7550 can have a leakage voltage. A leakage voltage is occurs when a device produces a certain amount of voltage across its terminal when it is open (ideally the value should be 0 volts).
        In the case of a device triggering a digital input: when the device closes the circuit the digital input registers a trigger, and when the same device opens the circuit the digital input should not be registering a trigger.

        But in the case of a voltage leakage (when the triggering device is open) some testing is required to determine the results.

        Facts and Changes

        input doesn't open
        leakage voltage
        digital input
        change state

        Causes and Fixes

        The internal resistance between the Scom and S8 or S7 in the diagram below is 230K, while on the old 7550/7650 (before September 2009) meters it was 40K.

        The minimum amount of current required for the meter at the digital inputs to register a pulse is 50 micro A.

        Hence with this information, figure out if a leakage voltage across the digital input connection is enough to produce a 50 micro ampere current. If the leakage produces a 50 micro ampere current or more work out the circuit to reduce the current.


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        Date Created: August 10, 2009
        Last Revised: August 21, 2009
        Original Author: SN
        All content © 1992-2009 Schneider Electric

        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL199691 V1.0, Originally authored by MiNe on 08/22/2009, Last Edited by MiNe on 08/22/2009
        Related ranges: ION7550/ION7650

        Power Consumption of APC Rack Power Distribution Unit (PDU) / Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) Products


        Rack Power Distribution Unit (PDU) Type

        Total Power Consumption (no outlets "ON")

         Wattage Draw Per "ON" Outlet

         Total Power Consumption (all outlets "ON" - assuming up to 24 outlets)

        Metered (AP71XX, AP78XX)



        approx. 5 watts

        Metering By Outlet (MBO) (AP84XX)

        N/A N/A approx. 11.5 watts

        Metered (AP88XX)



        5 watts

        Switched (AP79XX)

        approx. 5 watts

        approx. 1 watt

        approx. 29 watts

        Switched (AP89XX)

        5 watts

        .5 watts

        17 watts

        Switched with Metering By Outlet (MBO) (AP86XX)

        18 watts

        .25 watts

        24 watts

        Rack Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) Type

        Total Power Consumption (no outlets "ON")  Wattage Draw Per "ON" Outlet  Total Power Consumption (all outlets "ON")

        All models (AP77XX)



        approx. 20 watts

        All models (AP44XX N/A N/A < 20 watts


        Note: These measurements don't include resistive losses due to current flow through the Rack PDU or Rack ATS meaning, they are only the fixed losses of the PDU or ATS associated with communications, measurements, and relay control.


        Why is HP Systems Insight Manager not receiving SNMP traps?

        Why is HP Systems Insight Manager not receiving SNMP traps?
        Product Line
        • Network Management Card 1 - 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, Netbotz 200)
        • Network Management Card 2 - AP9630/AP9630CH, AP9631/AP9631CH, AP9635/35CH
        Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 2 include (but are not limited to): 2G Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX), Certain Audio/Video Network Management Enabled products.

        • All SNMP enabled UPSs, by way of Network Management Card
        • HP Systems Insight Manager users


        HP Systems Insight Manager (HP SIM) is an infrastructure management platform designed for monitoring hardware and optimizing power consumption of HP systems. HP SIM also has the ability to monitor non-HP devices, including APC SNMP enabled UPSs.
        With proper Event Handling configuration and Management Information Base (MIB) registration, HP SIM is able to receive and display SNMP traps sent from APC Network Management Cards (NMC) for real-time detection and monitoring.

        The PowerNet MIB specific to APC UPSs comes pre-compiled with HP SIM and can be found in the “mibs” folder, in .mib and .cfg file formats. The configuration file must be registered on the HP SIM database by running mxmib –a powernet.cfg via command prompt from $\Systems Insight Manager\mibs. If a different MIB is desired, or a specific version of PowerNet is required, the .mib file must first be placed in “mibs” folder and configured using mcompile (syntax: mcompile ). When registered correctly, powernet.mib will appear in the HP SIM web interface (Options > Events > SNMP Trap Settings).

        Once the MIB is registered, HP SIM needs to be configured to detect the SNMP traps. When creating a new discovery event, enter the NMC IP being tested. Under “Configure/Repair” all SNMP configurations must be enabled, with community string set to “public.” Selecting the newly created discovery event and clicking “Run Now” will ping the IPs entered and analyze if HP SIM can detect them as SNMP capable. When viewing task results, all NMC IPs should be void of critical failures.

        Finally, HP SIM must be configured to accept SNMP traps from discovered systems. Under “Event Filter Settings,” make sure all IP ranges desired are being accepted ( * indicates acceptance from any IP). SNMP traps defined in the PowerNet MIB should now be detected. To detect SNMP traps sent from the NMC that are not pre-defined (such as SNMP trap tests), make sure “Accept Unregistered Events” is enabled.

        If HP SIM is not detecting the SNMP traps, it is because SIM has not been added to the NMC trap receiver list. Enter the IP on which HP SIM is running, with trap generation and authentication enabled, and community name set to “public.” Trap tests will show up as “Generic Unregistered” events."


        How To: Configure Dell OpenManage IT Assistant 8.0 to receive and translate APC SNMP traps


        How To: Configure Dell OpenManage IT Assistant 8.0 to receive and translate APC SNMP traps

        Product Line

        • APC SNMP capable products including but not limited to:
          • PowerChute Business Edition Agent using Windows SNMP Agent
          • Network Management Cards
          • Rack Power Distribution


        • Dell OpenManage IT Assistant Installations
        • APC SNMP enabled products


        Dell OpenManage IT Assistant
        is a centralized tool to manage Dell equipment. Once installed, a network scan will find all equipment on the network, however, only Dell network equipment and Dell machines with the OpenManage Server Administrator installed will be fully recognized.

        At this point, Dell OpenManage can receive traps from APC SNMP enabled software and hardware but will not translate them.


        Administrators cannot import MIBs directly into the OpenManage database-they must first create a text file from the MIB information. Then, the SNMP Event Source Import utility which is packaged with Dell OpenManage IT Assistant 8.0 allows administrators to add the text file to the Openmanage database.

        The text file must be in the following format:


        These strings are case insensitive; each entry should be in a single line. Severity strings are limited to Unknown, Information, OK, Warning, and Critical.

        Below are a few lines showing how the APC Powernet MIB looks when it is converted to this format:

        UPS IcommunicationLostICriticalICommunication lost between the agent and the UPS.I.

        UPS IupsOverloadICriticalIThe UPS has sensed a load greater than 100 percent of its rated capacity.I.

        UPS IupsDiagnosticsFailedICriticalIThe UPS has failed its internal self-test.I.

        The full APC PowerNet MIB can be downloaded from Put a copy of this text file in
        $\ITAssistant\bin. Open a command line, go to that same location and run the command.

        ImportEventSources.exe textfilename.txt
        (substitute textfilename.txt for your file name)

        The Dell Openmanage IT Assistant will now translate APC SNMP traps.

        Please see the attached document for APC's text file.

        Manual Removal of PowerChute Personal Edition on Windows Systems

        Uninstallation of PowerChute Personal Edition fails or is incomplete.

        PowerChute Personal Edition (PCPE)

        Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

        Incomplete or failed uninstallation


        NOTE: Editing the system registry improperly can cause system damage. Schneider Electric is not responsible for any consequence caused by editing of the system registry.

        Please review the corresponding Microsoft Kbase concerning the system registry before proceeding

        You will want to kill the PowerChute.exe, apcsystray.exe, mainserve.exe, and dataserv.exe processes if running before you do the following steps

        1. From the installation directory in Explorer

        (e.g. 32 Bit - C:\Program Files\APC\APC PowerChute Personal Edition

        64 Bit - C:\Program Files (x86)\APC\APC PowerChute Personal Edition) remove the entire contents from the first 'APC' down, that is assuming you used the default path and you do not have any other APC products installed.


        2.a In the Registry (open by going to Start->Run->type 'regedit') a. go to the

        32 bit - 'My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\APC' key.

        64 bit - 'My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE|\Wow6432Node\APC.

        If you do not have any other APC products installed delete the entire APC key, otherwise just delete the APC PowerChute Personal Edition key.

        2.b Go to the registry

        32 Bit - 'My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall'

        64 Bit - 'My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall