INS630 3P 630 A - SWITCH DISCONNECTOR
Compact INS630 3P; Switch Disconnector
Interpact INS630 standard switch. 3 poles
Switch disconnector Interpact INV630 - 3P
Switch disconnector Interpact INS630 - 4P
INS630 Interpact standard switch with extended han
INS630 3P 630 A - SWITCH DISCONNECTOR
Compact INS630 3P; Switch Disconnector
Interpact INS630 standard switch. 3 poles
Switch disconnector Interpact INV630 - 3P
Switch disconnector Interpact INS630 - 4P
INS630 Interpact standard switch with extended han

Compact Interpact Switch Disconnector INS400, 630A, 3 Poles

Catalogue Number: 31114
INS630 3P 630 A - SWITCH DISCONNECTOR
Compact INS630 3P; Switch Disconnector
Interpact INS630 standard switch. 3 poles
Switch disconnector Interpact INV630 - 3P
Switch disconnector Interpact INS630 - 4P
INS630 Interpact standard switch with extended han
INS630 3P 630 A - SWITCH DISCONNECTOR
Compact INS630 3P; Switch Disconnector
Interpact INS630 standard switch. 3 poles
Switch disconnector Interpact INV630 - 3P
Switch disconnector Interpact INS630 - 4P
INS630 Interpact standard switch with extended han
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

Specifications

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Range
Compact
Range of product
INS320...630
Product or component type
switch disconnector
Product name
Compact INS
Device short name
Interpact INS630
Switch-disconnector name
Interpact INS630
Poles description
3P
Network type
  • AC
  • DC
    • Network frequency
      50/60 Hz
      [Ie] rated operational current
    • AC-22A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 220/240 V
    • AC-23A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 480 V NEMA
    • AC-23A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 500/525 V
    • AC-23A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 660/690 V
    • DC-22A: 550 A DC 125 V 2 poles in series
    • DC-23A: 550 A DC 125 V 2 poles in series
    • DC-23B: 630 A DC 125 V 2 poles in series
    • AC-22A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 380/415 V
    • AC-22A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 440/480 V
    • AC-22A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 480 V NEMA
    • AC-22A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 500/525 V
    • AC-22A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 660/690 V
    • AC-23A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 220/240 V
    • AC-23A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 380/415 V
    • AC-23A: 630 A AC 50/60 Hz 440/480 V
      • [Ui] rated insulation voltage
        750 V AC 50/60 Hz
        [Uimp] rated impulse withstand voltage
      • 8 kV
      • 8 kV conforming to IEC 60947-3
        • [Ith] conventional free air thermal current
          630 A at 60 °C
          [Icm] rated short-circuit making capacity
        • 330 kA with upstream protection circuit breaker 690 V AC at 50/60 Hz
        • 50 kA switch-disconnector alone 690 V AC at 50/60 Hz
          • [Ue] rated operational voltage
          • 125 V DC
          • 690 V AC 50/60 Hz
            • Suitability for isolation
              yes
              Contact position indicator
              yes
              Visible break
              no
              Pollution degree
              3
              Control type
              direct front rotary handle
              Handle colour
              black
              Mounting mode
              fixed
              Mounting support
            • rail
            • plate
              • Upside connection
                front
                Downside connection
                front
                Maximum power
              • AC-23: 200 kW at 220/240 V AC 50/60 Hz
              • AC-23: 200 kW at 230 V AC 50/60 Hz (NEMA)
              • AC-23: 315 kW at 380/415 V AC 50/60 Hz
              • AC-23: 375 kW at 480 V AC 50/60 Hz (NEMA)
              • AC-23: 400 kW at 440 V AC 50/60 Hz
              • AC-23: 400 kW at 500/525 V AC 50/60 Hz
              • AC-23: 560 kW at 660/690 V AC 50/60 Hz
                • Rated duty
                  uninterrupted
                  [Icw] rated short-time withstand current
                • 11.5 kA during 3 s conforming to IEC 60947-3
                • 20 kA during 1 s conforming to IEC 60947-3
                • 4 kA during 30 s conforming to IEC 60947-3
                • 4.9 kA during 20 s conforming to IEC 60947-3
                  • Mechanical durability
                    10000 cycles
                    Electrical durability
                  • AC-22A: 1500 cycles 440 V AC 50/60 Hz
                  • AC-22A: 1500 cycles 500 V AC 50/60 Hz
                  • AC-22A: 1500 cycles 690 V AC 50/60 Hz
                  • AC-23A: 1500 cycles 440 V AC 50/60 Hz
                  • AC-23A: 1500 cycles 500 V AC 50/60 Hz
                  • AC-23A: 1500 cycles 690 V AC 50/60 Hz
                  • DC-23A: 1000 cycles 125 V DC
                  • DC-23B: 200 cycles 125 V DC
                    • Connection pitch
                      45 mm
                      Height
                      205 mm
                      Width
                      185 mm
                      Depth
                      130 mm
                      Net weight
                      4.6 kg
                      Compatibility code
                      INS630
                      Standards
                    • IEC 60947-3
                    • IEC 60947-1
                      • Product certifications
                      • CCC
                      • KEMA-KEUR
                        • IP degree of protection
                          IP40 conforming to IEC 60529
                          IK degree of protection
                          IK07 conforming to EN 50102
                          Ambient air temperature for operation
                          -25-70 °C
                          Ambient air temperature for storage
                          -50-85 °C
                          Sustainable offer status
                          Green Premium product
                          REACh Regulation
                          Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
                          EU RoHS Directive
                          Compliant
                          Mercury free
                          Yes
                          RoHS exemption information
                          Yes
                          China RoHS Regulation
                          Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
                          Environmental Disclosure
                          ENVPEP1304026
                          Circularity Profile
                          ENVEOLI1304026
                          WEEE
                          The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
                          California proposition 65
                          WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including: DINP and DIDP which is known to the State of California to cause Carcinogen and Reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov
                          Warranty
                          18 months

                          Documents & downloads

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                          • Product Environmental

                          • End of Life Manual

                          • Operating Manuals

                          • Specification for Tender

                          • Declaration of Conformity

                          Frequently Asked Questions

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                          Interpact load break switch needed, 160Amp 3P

                           Use a 31104

                          What is the extended rotary handle for a 31104

                          The part code is 31050

                          What is the code for an extended rotary handle for 31052 (INS400) ?

                          Code = 31052 Suits INS320 to INS 630 - Black

                          Why a limit of 9672 Registers with CPU31110 since Unity V3.0?

                          In the CPU overview there was already a limit of 9672 registers,but Unity didn't have any no limitation for this limit. Since Unity Pro V3.0 a control was added to check this limitation.
                          That's why we could configure 9672 registers or more with CPU 31110 using Unity Pro v2.3,  but since Unity v3.0 we cannot exceed 9672.
                           

                          What is the extended rotary handle for a 31146

                          The part code is 31055

                          What are the dimensions for 31147?

                          Dimensions for the 31147 are - H136mm x W285mm x D131mm

                          For further details regarding 31147 go to link below:-
                          https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/31147

                          Is there a spare standard handle available for the INS630 (31114) load break switch?

                          Standard spare handle for INS630 (31114) - Part code is the 31084
                          Please use link for data sheet:
                          https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=31084
                           

                          What is the part code for a CHANGE OVER SWITCH manual 250Amp

                          Use a 31146 - MANUAL SOURCE CHAN E OVER SWITCH 

                          What is the bolt hole size of the 31100 INS250-100?

                          The bolt hole size is M10 for the INS250-100....INS250-250

                          see attachment

                          What is the part code for a Escutcheon plate for a 31106 - INS250 load break switch

                          Use a 31079 escutcheon plate

                          What is the NZ Equivalent for a 43850 IN250

                           The part code is 31106 which is an INS250

                          What is the part number for a floor box which is 310 x 310?

                          The INS62044 has the dimensions of  311mm x 311mm x 105mm complete with a square plastic recessed lid. This part has provisions for 4 power and 4 data (suits 4 x 2000 or C2000 Series outlets). 
                          The base is metal which is used primarily in a concrete floor.

                          For further information please visit the following link: www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=INS62044
                           

                          Does the 31106 come with a handle?

                           It comes complete with a direct handle. Extended rotary handles are available as an extra.

                          Which cable should be used when making Interbus-S cables longer than 100cm?

                          There are two Belden cables that can be used.
                          1. Belden 3120A for signal only.
                          2. Belden 3119A for signal and power.


                          Can a data or AV outlet be added on the plate with 800 series integrally switched sockets

                          No. The joint Australia/New Zealand Wiring Rules (AS/NZS 3000) require that all faceplates comply with AS/NZS 3112, clause 3.2 of which prohibits mixing of these voltage levels on the same faceplate

                          How to I monitor NetBotz alarms using Modbus?

                          Issue:
                          Monitoring alarms on NetBotz using Modbus.
                           
                          Product Line:
                          NetBotz
                           
                          Environment:
                          NetBotz 550
                          NetBotz 570
                          NetBotz 450 (with Advanced Software Pack)
                          NetBotz 455 (with Advanced Software Pack)
                           
                           
                          Cause:
                          This is just a guide showing how to monitor NetBotz events using Modbus. Modbus output is not available on the 4xx units by default.
                           
                          Resolution:
                           
                          In this example, I have configured a NetBots 570 with a rack access pod NBPD0171. I want to see when there is a forced entry into a rack door being monitored by this NetBotz configuration. Any supported firmware should work but in this case, I have used version 4.5.2.
                          There is no way using Modbus to know the exact error message. Based on the return values and the register maps, you can tell what sensor is in an error state and you can tell what level of event is occurring. Let me first state that this mimics the DCE modbus output and you can use the following document (at least the beginning of it) to figure out the level of alarm:
                          https://www.apcmedia.com/salestools/JRUK-7R4L9N/JRUK-7R4L9N_R3_EN.pdf?sdirect=true
                          This is app note 156 and the link may change over time.
                           
                          First, Enable the Modbus output on the “Modbus Slave Communications” applet in NetBotz Advanced View (AV). On a 4xx unit, you must first install the advanced software pack. On a 5xx unit, this is enabled by default. 3xx units and older version 2 units does not support this feature.

                          This example is using Modbus over TCP but there is a serial option. Please see the user manual for your unit as to how to use the serial connections.
                           
                          Next, using the ”Modbus Slave System” applet in AV, find the appropriate pod. In this case, I am using Rack Access Pod 170 (03)

                           
                          Click “Modify Pod Settings” and you will be able to give the pod a slave address and create a register map for all it’s sensors:


                          After this configuration, you can view and subsequently export the register map back on the “Modbus Slave System” page.
                          You will see the alarms configured this way (and more):
                          all   30992(0x7910)  Alarm #03                                                         002     UINT16       RO      Alarm - Alarm Code + Corresponding Sensor
                           all   30994(0x7912)  Alarm #02                                                         002     UINT16       RO      Alarm - Alarm Code + Corresponding Sensor
                           all   30996(0x7914)  Alarm #01                                                         002     UINT16       RO      Alarm - Alarm Code + Corresponding Sensor

                          You will also see each pod as it’s own slave. Here you can see the main unit as slave 1 and the NetBotz 170 pod as slave 2:
                           
                          001   31000(0x7918)  NetBotz Rack Monitor 570:Ethernet Link Status                     002     INT16        RO      Value - 0(Down), 1(Up)
                           001   31002(0x791a)  NetBotz Rack Monitor 570:A-Link Bus Power                         002     INT16        RO      Value - 0(OK), 1(Overloaded)
                           
                           002   31000(0x7918)  Rack Access Pod 170 (03):Handle  (2)                              002     INT16        RO      Value - 0(Up), 1(Down)
                           002   31002(0x791a)  Rack Access Pod 170 (03):Handle  (1)                              002     INT16        RO      Value - 0(Up), 1(Down)
                           002   31004(0x791c)  Rack Access Pod 170 (03):Lock  (1)                                002     INT16        RO      Value - 0(Unlocked), 1(Locked)
                           002   31006(0x791e)  Rack Access Pod 170 (03):Reader  (2)                              002     INT16        RO      Value - 0(Disabled), 1(Enabled)
                           002   31008(0x7920)  Rack Access Pod 170 (03):Reader  (1)                              002     INT16        RO      Value - 0(Disabled), 1(Enabled)
                           002   31010(0x7922)  Rack Access Pod 170 (03):Door  (1)                                002     INT16        RO      Value - 0(Open), 1(Closed)
                           002   31012(0x7924)  Rack Access Pod 170 (03):Lock  (2)                                002     INT16        RO      Value - 0(Unlocked), 1(Locked)
                           
                          Please note that each register is actually listed as 2 numbers higher than the last. This is because each sensor is configured as 2 registers. If you're looking for data on a specific register say 31000, you actually have to pull 31000 and 31001. Note the register in bold is 31010. To get the data for this sensor, you need to pull 31010 and 31011. It also shows this is the door sensor and the value should be 0 for open and 1 for closed. Knowledge base FA214410 can assist if you’re unsure how to use dual registers but it should not be necessary in this specific instance.
                           
                          Next, when you poll for alarms, you poll register 30999. This  shows how many alarms there are. Register 30998 shows the highest severity of the alarms if there are multiple. For each alarm, you should read 2 registers back. In this case there is 1 alarm so reading 2 registers before the 30998 is 30997 and 30996.
                           
                          In this image from AV, you can see the door is open and in an error state:

                           
                          Upon polling the device’s IP and slave address 2, you can see that 31010 and 31011 (31011 is the important one) is reading 0. This means from the register map that the door is open. Value - 0(Open), 1(Closed)
                           

                          Here is what that same register looks like if I close the door:

                           
                           
                          Putting the door back in alarm, you can see that 30999 is 1 meaning there is 1 error and 30998 is 2 which means it is level 2 (error)....the latter is defined in the DCE app note 156 linked above.

                           
                          The register 30997 above reports the sensor. The return is 31010. This matches the register on that door sensor as shown in the register map. The register 30996 reports the actual error. This is also defined in the DCE app note. It's in HEX in the app note so you have to show the return in hex as I am doing here:

                           
                          Note that 30996  is reporting 000E. If you check the device alarm codes here (again from app note 156), you'll see that 000E relates to "General Device Alarm":

                           
                          So with this information, I opened a door with a locked handle and the information I pulled via Modbus shows that sensor (register) 31010  is in an alarm state of general device alarm and it is an error level. Looking at the register map I can tell that 31010 (remember, it's 2 registers on a sensor) is a door sensor and since it's return is 0, the door is open. You can also check the other sensors such as handle to see if it is down or check the lock to ensure it is locked etc.
                           

                          What is the part number for the Auxiliary to suit the INS Load break swiich, 31106?

                          The part number for the Auxiliary to suit the INS Load break swiich, 31106 is part number 29450.
                          See data sheet for more information:
                          https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=29450
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                          What is the part number for an INS250 isolator and rotary handle?

                          the part number for an INS250 isolator and rotary handle is - 31106 & LV431050

                          For further information , visit links below:-
                          https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/LV431050
                          https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/31106
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                          User-added image
                           

                          Is there a double switch socket with USB ports (not charger)?

                          USB-USB sockets are not allowed as all power outlets must comply with AS/NZS 3112, clause 3.2 which prohibits mixing of these voltages on the same faceplate.

                          We do have a USB charger mech which is available and is allowed to be installed on the same plate as power outlets. Unfortunately this currently does not fit in any double socket plates, and is only available with a single socket. (A unit to fit doubles is in development)

                          Incorrect default browser setting in NetBotz Advanced View on Red Hat 4.

                          Issue:

                          Incorrect default browser setting in NetBotz Advanced View on Red Hat 4

                          Product Line:

                          NetBotz

                          Environment:

                          NetBotz Advenced View
                          RedHat Linux 4

                          Cause:

                          Advanced View is set to launch Firefox in Linux by default. This does not take into account that Red Hat 4's default browser was Konqueror.

                          Resolution:

                          To correct this, change the Browser Location in NetBotz Advanced View under Edit / Preferences / General

                          User Account Control requires permission before APCSYSTRAY.exe will start upon login after installing PowerChute Personal Edition 3.0

                          Issue:
                          User Account Control requires permission before APCSYSTRAY.exe will start upon login after installing PowerChute Personal Edition 3.0

                          Product:
                          PowerChute Personal Edition version 3.0 and 3.0.1

                          Environment:
                          All supported Windows OS

                          Cause:
                          System request

                          Solution:

                          APC by Schneider Electric has released PowerChute Personal Edition (PCPE) version 3.0.2  that addresses this issue. If you are experiencing this issue please download and upgrade to PCPE 3.0.0.1 from the attached link.

                          https://www.apc.com/products/resource/include/techspec_index.cfm?base_sku=SFPCPE302

                          What is the meaning of the error 0X4BE in the error log of the 174CEV20040?

                          Goals and Symptoms

                          What is the meaning of the error 0X4BE in the error log?

                          Causes and Fixes

                          Error 0x4BE (1214 in decimal, or ERROR_INVALID_NETNAME), when returned from the MB+ driver, it indicates that you are trying to talk to a
                          nonexistent MB+ node. The Ethernet driver and the bridge software do not generate this error code. Check the routing to see if there is a node called out that is not actually on the network.


                          Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL200296 V1.0, Originally authored by PeZa on 10/21/2009, Last Edited by PeZa on 10/21/2009
                          Related ranges: ConneXium - Ethernet

                          Video: How do you set stop type to freewheel stop on an ATV21/212 drive?

                          Issue:
                          How do you set stop type to freewheel stop on an ATV21/212 drive?

                          Product Line:
                          Altivar 21
                          Altivar 212

                          Resolution:
                          From 0.0 
                          Press Mode and arrow down to F- - -
                          Press enter
                          F110 set to 0
                          F111 set to 56 (freewheel stop input and run combo)
                          or
                          if you need to have a separate input to allow freewheel stop you can setup the drive like this.
                          F----- enter
                          F110=0
                          F111= 2
                          F112= 1 (This will be your freewheel stop input assigned to R)
                           

                          Can you have a diffrent key other than the original 455 Key for the harmony key switches?

                          Yes, for an example you can order a 458 key and add the suffix 10
                          See table:
                          Key Number Suffix to be added
                          458A 10
                          421E 12
                          520E 14
                          3131A 20

                          For further information please see https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/all-products

                          https://www.tlauk.net/shop/image/cache/data/pushbuttons-switches-bodies/Schneider_ZB4BG_key_switch-500x500.jpg
                           

                          Are the ZB4 / ZB5 keyed selector switches all keyed alike?

                          Issue:
                          What is the standard key number of the ZB4 / ZB5 selector switches?

                          Product Line:
                          Harmony Pushbuttons

                          Environment:
                          All Products

                          Resolution:
                          Standard operators will be keyed alike with a Ronis 455 key. Other keys changes can be obtained by adding the proper suffix to the part number.
                          Example: ZB4BG3 12 will give a ZB4BG3 with a 421E key. Here are some standard key changes. Other key changes are available. Suggest checking the Q2C profiles for other key changes.
                          Add suffix 12 for 421E key.
                          Add suffix 10 for 458A key.
                          Add suffix 14 for 520E key.
                          Add suffix 20 for 3131A key.

                           

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

                          Product Line:
                          EasyPact CVS circuit breakers

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

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

                          Which are the compatible printers that can be configured with Magelis XBT GT terminals.

                          The list of compatible printers with Magelis XBT GT terminals are as follows:

                          Target Connection with - USB, LPR, IPP
                          a) HP PCL3 (HP PhotoSmart, HP DeskJet series printers)
                          b) HP PCL5 (HP LaserJet series printers)

                          Target Connection with - COM1, USB-PIO, LPR, IPP
                           
                          a) Epson ESC/P command compatible
                          b) Text (ASCII) supported printer
                           
                          Note that XBT GT terminal does not support all Epson and HP printers. Rather it supports only those printers that support PCL3 and PCL5 printer protocols.

                          Note:

                          1. XBTGT 2110, 2120, and 2220 only support USB and USB-PIO for HP PCL3 and HP PCL5.
                          2. On XBTGT targets, it is not possible to use COM1 port for both the script driver and the target printer. If you do have both set to COM1, both will fail to print in runtime.
                          3. Use commercially available printer cables. 

                          Java has discovered application components that could indicate a security concern error when the NetBotz web page link to launch Advanced view is used.

                          Issue:
                          Java has discovered application components that could indicate a security concern error when the NetBotz web page link to launch Advanced view is used.

                          Product Line:
                          NetBotz

                          Environment:
                          Botzware version 3.3 and higher

                          Cause:
                          The JRE release 1.6.0_19 update includes checks for programs containing both signed and unsigned components and you see warning popup messages whenever mixed code is encountered in the application. If you have installed this version of Java and try to use the Launch Advanced View link, you will receive this error. This simply means that not all components are signed.

                          Resolution:
                          For more information about Mixed Signed and Unsigned Code, go to: https://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/technotes/guides/jweb/mixed_code.html

                          To go past this error and launch Advanced View, click "No" when asked to block these components. Clicking "Yes" will cause Advanced View not to launch. If you are concerned with the component to launch Advanced View, simply use the shortcut in your Windows Start menu.
                           

                          PTZ or motion detection functions on an existing Pelco camera no longer work through NetBotz appliance after upgrade to 3.3

                          Issue:

                          PTZ or motion detection functions on an existing Pelco camera no longer work through NetBotz appliance after upgrade to 3.3

                          Product Line:

                          NetBotz

                          Environment:

                          NetBotz 3.3. upgrade

                          Cause / Resolution:

                          If after upgrading from 3.2.x to 3.3.x, the PTZ or motion detection functions on an existing Pelco camera no longer work the camera has to be removed and re-added and shared. Possible cause is that the user upgraded to 3.3.x Advanced View but did not upgrade to 3.3.x on the appliance and then added the camera. The user should upgrade both Advanced View and the appliance before adding the Pelco camera. An existing camera added with matching software and firmware will not have this issue.

                          Do not add Sensor Pods to a Netbotz Version 3 appliance while a firmware upgrade is in process.

                          Issue:

                          Do not add Sensor Pods to a Netbotz Version 3 appliance while a firmware upgrade is in process.

                          Product Line:

                          NetBotz

                          Environment:

                          NetBotz version 3 firmware upgrades.

                          Cause:

                          During the upgrade of a version 3 NetBotz appliance, the appliance will also attempt to update the firmware on any connected NBPD0155 or NBPD0155 sensor pod. If another pod is added while the firmware upgrade is in progress, the process of upgrading the sensor pods could stall resulting in the pods not receiving the appropriate upgrade..

                          Resolution:

                          APC suggests not adding any pods during an upgrade of the device. If this has been done and a sensor pod does not get upgraded, a reboot of the appliance will allow the appliance to restart the procedure of upgrading the sensor pods.

                          Note that a similar issue could happen if an extra power supply is being used to power the sensor pods and it is removed during upgrade. Pods removed during upgrade will also not be updated.

                          Migration from ISX Manager to ISX Central hangs on Private Network Check.

                          Issue:

                          Migration from ISX Manager to ISX Central hangs on Private Network Check.

                          Product Line:

                          InfraStruxure Central / StruxureWare Data Center Expert

                          Environment:

                          Potentially all versions

                          Cause:

                          IP scheme mis-configuration

                          Resolution:

                          If you set up the private side IPs of ISX manager and ISX Central similar to the following, you will see the aforementioned issue:

                          Manager's private network configuration: IP: 192.168.0.1 Subnet: 255.255.252.0 (therefore the network range was 192.168.0.0-192.168.3.254

                          Central's private network configuration:IP: 192.168.3.254 Subnet: 255.255.254.0 (network range 192.168.2.0 to 192.168.3.254) DHCP turned off.

                          To resolve the issue, change the IP scheme so that they match.

                          How to loosen the leveling feet of a NetShelter SX cabinet.

                          Issue:
                          The leveling feet of a NetShelter cabinet are stuck.

                          Product Line:
                          NetShelter SX
                           
                          Environment:
                          All versions and serial ranges. 
                           
                          Cause:

                          Unable to get the leveling foot screw to budge. It is stuck.
                           
                          Resolution:
                          Solutions for NetShelter Stuck Feet:

                          A Phillips/T30 Torx L-tool is included with each NetShelter cabinet.
                          The top of each NetShelter foot has a Phillips screwdriver slot which is used to lower the foot. If the foot is too tight to loosen with the included tool please try using a larger Philips screwdriver. If that doesn't work please try using a wrench:
                          The bottom of each foot, just above the pad, has a 13 mm hex head that can also be used to lower the foot. This requires the use of a 13 mm flat open end wrench.
                          If you do not have a 13 mm wrench that fits the nut on the foot please contact APC and we can RMA p/n 803-5013B. This is a low profile 13 mm wrench.
                          Note: you will need to provide the model number and serial number of the NetShelter cabinet in order to process an RMA. Please have this information ready when you contact APC Customer Support.

                          Video: How can you program the ATV212 drive to follow 0-10vdc speed signal on VIA and start/stop via terminal control?

                          Issue:
                          How can you program the ATV212 drive to follow 0-10vdc speed signal on VIA and start/stop via terminal control?

                          Product Line:
                          Altivar ATV21 and ATV212

                          Environment:
                          All

                          Cause:
                          Wants to use VIA for 0-10vdc speed control and start stop via 2 wire control thru the terminal inputs.

                          Resolution:
                          SW100 switch setting:  Set the switch on the main circuit board to U for an 0-10vdc input signal for VIA (set upper switch to the left position)

                          Wiring
                          0-10vdc signal to VIA and CC   
                          Two wire start dry contact or relay is wired between P24 and F

                          Programming:
                          FNOD= 1 VIA
                          CNOD= 0 (terminal control)
                          F111= 2  for 2 wire control
                          uLu= motor voltage
                          F415= normal motor current
                          F417= normal motor RPMs
                          thr = normal motor current



                           

                          Which firewall ports are required to be open in order to establish a KVM over IP connection with the AP561X series of KVM switches?


                           
                          Issue

                          Which firewall ports are required to be open in order to establish a KVM over IP connection with the AP561X series of KVM switches?


                          Product Line
                          • Rack Accessories - KVM Switches
                            • AP5610
                            • AP5615
                            • AP5616
                               

                          Environment

                          • All firmware versions
                          • All serial numbers


                          Cause

                          Firewall ports must be open in order for the KVM viewer to function properly.


                          Resolution


                          The Video Session Viewer on the AP56XX line of APC's KVM switches communicates with the KVM over TCP ports 8192 and 2068. Digitized video data is sent over port 8192. Encrypted keyboard and mouse data is sent over port 2068. The Management Panel (MP) communicates with the KVM switch over TCP/UDP port 3211. All data on ports 2068 and 3211 is encrypted using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol. The KVM switch retains the database of user accounts and permissions. The Viewer performs user authentication over encrypted port 2068. The MP performs user authentication over encrypted port 3211.



                           





                           

                          How do I reset the password on my AP5201/AP5202, AP5808/AP5816, or KVM0108A/KVM0116A Analog KVM product?


                          Issue

                          How do I reset the password on my AP5201/AP5202, AP5808/AP5816, or KVM0108A/KVM0116A Analog KVM product?


                          Product Line

                          • Rack Accessories - KVM Switches
                            • AP5201
                            • AP5202
                            • AP5808
                            • AP5816
                            • KVM0108A
                            • KVM0116A

                          Environment
                          • All serial numbers
                          • All firmware versions (unless otherwise specified)
                          • Small philips head screwdriver available

                          Cause

                          Lost or forgotten password


                          Resolution


                          1. Turn off the power to the Analog KVM Switch or Rack LCD with integrated KVM Switch.Open the top cover of Analog KVM Switch, and short the jumper marked "Restore Default Password". On the AP5808/AP5816, you need to open the rear section of the unit's cover and look for the jumper labeled J17. (The "rear section of the unit" refers to the portion of the AP5808 or AP5816 unit that houses the KVM Switch port connections and remains stationary in the rack when the Rack LCD portion of the unit slides in and out of the rack.)
                          1. With the jumper shorted, turn on power to the Analog KVM Switch or Integrated KVM unit, and wait until the LEDs stop blinking, then turn off the power.
                          1. Return the jumper to the open position, and replace the cover.
                          1. Turn the power back on for the device. The assigned usernames and passwords will all be cleared. Start the OSD with the default user name and password, which is blank for both username and password on AP5201/AP5202 and apc/apc for AP5808/AP5816 and KVM0108A/KVM0116A.

                          Changing SNMP hostname field of NMC through InfraStruxure Central may cause a communications issue.

                          Issue:

                          Changing SNMP hostname field of NMC through InfraStruxure Central may cause a communications issue.

                          Product Line:

                          InfraStruxure Central
                          StruxureWare Central
                          StruxureWare Data Center Expert
                          APC Network Management cards

                          Environment:

                          All versions

                          Cause:

                          Changed configurations.

                          Resolution:

                          With InfraStruXure Central/StruxureWare Data Center Expert, you can use the device menu to access "APC SNMP device configuration" where settings on APC network enabled devices can be changed or templates to change devices can be created. If you use this feature to change the NMS hostname field associated with SNMPv1 settings and Authentication, certain settings may cause InfraStruXure Central to change the device communications settings for the devices you're trying to configure. If you try using normally considered non-routable addresses such as listed below, ISX Central will see this as invalid and set the read and write community strings associated with that device back to the default of public and private. The same thing will happen if the user attempts to use a '0' or '*' as a wildcard.

                          Currently: Anything entered into NMS hostname Field with the IP ranges: of 10.*.*.* 172.16.*.* 192.168.*.* or anything with a 0 in IP other then 0.0.0.0 would be considered invalid and reset the SNMP scan settings in ISXC but (not on the NMC).

                          This feature will be fixed in ISX Central 6.2 due out early 2011. Any of the following patterns can be entered into the NMS Hostname Field and be accepted by both ISXC and the NMC x.255.255.255 x.x.255.255 x.x.x.255 255.255.255.255 A Hostname

                          SNMP OIDs Required for Rack PDU 2G Products (AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX)

                          Issue:

                          SNMP OIDs required for Rack PDU 2G products - which are correct?

                          Product Line:
                          • Rack Power Distribution 2G products
                            • AP88XX Metered Rack PDU 2G
                            • AP89XX Switched Rack PDU 2G
                            • AP86XX Switched Rack PDU with Metering By Outlet
                            • AP84XX Metered by Outlet Rack PDU

                          Environment:
                          • All serial numbers
                          • All firmware versions
                          • Users utilizing SNMP for polling

                          Cause:

                          APC's Next Generation Rack PDUs (AP84XX, AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX) utilize a separate MIB subtree for querying values via SNMP. These devices are able to report voltage, amps, volts, kW, and kWh, rather than just amps like their predecessors.


                          Resolution:

                          In order to query any Rack PDU 2G units via SNMP, the subtree is located at that the following OID:
                          • .iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.apc.products.hardware.rPDU2
                          .1.3.6.1.4.1.318.1.1.26.8.3
                           
                          The Rack PDU 2G may respond to certain Rack PDU 1G (AP78XX, AP79XX) OIDs, but that is not officially supported or recommended.

                          In the Rack PDU subtree, you will find some helpful load reporting OIDs such as:
                           
                          • rPDU2BankStatusCurrent - Current draw, in tenths of Amps, of the load on the Rack PDU bank being queried
                          .1.3.6.1.4.1.318.1.1.26.8.3.1.5
                          • rPDU2BankStatusLoadState - lowLoad, normal, nearOverload, overload
                          .1.3.6.1.4.1.318.1.1.26.8.3.1.4
                          • rPDU2DeviceStatusLoadState - Indicates the present load status of the Rack PDU
                          .1.3.6.1.4.1.318.1.1.26.4.3.1.4
                          • rPDU2DeviceStatusPower - The power consumption of the Rack PDU load in hundredths of kilowatts
                          .1.3.6.1.4.1.318.1.1.26.4.3.1.5
                          • rPDU2DeviceStatusEnergy - A user resettable energy meter measuring Rack PDU load energy consumption in tenths of kilowatt-hours
                          .1.3.6.1.4.1.318.1.1.26.4.3.1.9
                           
                          The APC Powernet SNMP MIB is can be downloaded from the Software & Firmware Download section of apc.com under Firmware Upgrades - MIB.
                           

                          How to Terminate All Sessions Prior to Restoring a Database

                          Issue
                          Cannot restore a database.  Restore Database operation fails reporting that exclusive access could not be obtained because the database is in use.

                          Product
                          Microsoft SQL Server

                          Environment
                          SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2012, SQL Server 2014

                          Cause
                          Before an existing database can be restored, there should be no connections using the database. If the database is currently in use the RESTORE command fails with below error:
                          Msg 3101, Level 16, State 1, Line 2
                          Exclusive access could not be obtained because the database is in use.
                          Msg 3013, Level 16, State 1, Line 2
                          RESTORE DATABASE is terminating abnormally.

                          Resolution
                          To avoid this, we need to terminate all sessions which using the database. All sessions using the database can be obtained
                          by executing the system stored procedure sp_who2
                          or by querying the sys.dm_exec_sessions table as:
                           
                          SELECT   session_id
                          FROM     sys.dm_exec_sessions
                          WHERE    DB_NAME(database_id) = 'RestoringDatabaseName'

                          You need to terminate each of the sessions returned individually by using KILL command.

                          If there are large number of sessions to terminate, or you need to do this on a routinely,this can be a lengthy and tedious process.
                          You can *automate* this using below script, which takes database name as input, and terminates all sessions connecting to it.

                          USE [master]
                          GO
                           
                          DECLARE @dbName SYSNAME
                          DECLARE @sqlCmd VARCHAR(MAX)
                           
                          SET @sqlCmd = ''
                          SET @dbName = 'RestoringDatabaseName' -- Change database name here
                           
                          SELECT   @sqlCmd = @sqlCmd + 'KILL ' + CAST(session_id AS VARCHAR) +
                                   CHAR(13)
                          FROM     sys.dm_exec_sessions
                          WHERE    DB_NAME(database_id) = @dbName
                           
                          PRINT @sqlCmd
                           
                          --Uncomment below line to kill
                          --EXEC (@sqlCmd)

                          ** see attachment containing the SQL script text

                          Why is the Environment Tab missing from the web interface on my AP9631 NMC2 v5.X.X firmware?

                          Issue

                          Why is the Environment Tab missing from the web interface on my AP9631 NMC2 v5.X.X firmware?

                          Product Line
                          • UPS Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) - AP9631/31CH



                          Environment
                          • All serial numbers
                          • v5.X.X

                          Cause 

                          Historically, on AP9618/19, the "Environment Tab" in the web interface has shown regardless if a probe was attached or not and regardless of NMC->Device communication. This behavior was modified in earlier revisions of AP9631 firmware and did not align with user expectations.

                          Resolution

                          For sumx and sy, versions 5.1.7 the Environmental Tab behavior has changed. Whether or not the conditions below are true, your Environmental Tab in the web user interface (UI) and Environmental configuration section in other interfaces should always be present whether or not: 
                          1. you have the correct NMC firmware application loaded, or
                          2. you have an environmental accessory attached.


                          As long as the AOS is loaded properly and you have an AP9631 or AP9631 embedded product with v5.1.7 sumx or sy APPs, the information will be visible and and indicate whether or not it detects a sensor connected. If a sensor is physically connected but indicates that no sensor is detected, please proceed with the steps below to verify a few items.

                          The Environment Tab/options can disappear from Web UI or Command Line Interface of your AP9631 or AP9631 based product for one or more of the following reasons:
                           

                          1. The firmware application is incorrect for the product that the AP9631 is installed in. Please ensure that you are using the most up to date application for your device.
                            • Smart UPS and Matrix UPS - sumx APP
                            • Symmetra 3 phase - sy3p APP
                            • Symmetra single phase - sy APP
                            • Rack PDU 2G - rpdu2g APP
                               
                          2. Your firmware is correct and up to date but you do not have any environmental accessories connected to the AP9631 or AP9631 based device.
                            • Ensure that at least (1) but up to (2) of your environmental accessories are connected to the AP9631 so that the Envioronment options will appear (both in the web UI or Command Line Interface)
                            • Compatible environmental accessories include but are not limited to:
                              • AP9335T Temperature Probe
                              • AP9335TH Temperature and Humidity Probe
                              • AP9810 Dry Contacts I/O Accessory Dongle
                          1. You have verified you do have an AP9631 or AP9631 embedded device then referenced #1 and #2 mentioned above and still do not see an environmental tab. Some additional steps include:
                            • Try to reboot the NMC by issuing a Reboot Management Interface command via the web UI or via the command line interface.
                            • Try to reseat the NMC in its smartslot. Note: Reference your UPS or other device's user guide on the proper procedure for doing this.
                            • If the issue persists, please download the event, data, and config files from the NMC via FTP or SCP and contact APC support.
                               
                           

                          Note: If you plug in any environmental accessory and later disconnect it, the environment tab/options will be available until the next reboot. The interface will indicate a lost communication state with the device you removed until the aforementioned reboot.


                          This behavior is different from the earlier NMC1 based devices like AP9618 or AP9619.
                           

                          Video: How do I perform basic programming on an ATV212?

                          Issue:
                          Programming Altivar 212 Drive for First Time Operation

                          Product line:
                          ATV212 or S-Flex 

                          Environment:
                          All models, all serial numbers 

                          Cause:
                          Basic Programming for the ATV212 drive.    

                          Resolution:



                          First set TYP to 2 for 60 hz motors  (doing this first will pre-set many of the other parameters).

                          Program the following drive parameters:
                          CNOD - START/STOP
                              0 = Terminals (most common)
                              1 = HMI (keypad Run/Stop buttons)
                              2 = Communications (Serial Communication)
                          FNOD - Frequency reference
                              1 - Ref Source VIA (4-20mA or 0-10VDC)
                              2 - Ref Source VIB (0-10VDC)
                              3 - HMI reference (keypad)
                              4 - Serial Com Ref
                              5 - +/- Speed
                          AU1 - Auto Ramp Adapt (default is 1, ALWAYS change to 0 unless you understand what it does)
                          ACC - Acceleration in seconds
                          DEC - Deceleration in seconds
                          FH - Max Frequency
                          UL - Upper Limit Frequency (High Speed)
                          LL - Lower limit Frequency (Low Speed)
                          uL - Rated motor frequency
                          uLu - Rated motor Voltage
                          tHr - Motor thermal protection ( Full load amps of the motor, for overload protection)
                          F111 - Terminal F logic input assignment (Programmable input, default = 2; run forward)
                          F112 - Terminal R logic input assignment (Programmable input, default = 6; preset speed)
                          F113 - Terminal RES logic input assignment (Programmable input, default = 10; fault reset)
                          F415 - Rated motor current (Full Load amps of the motor)
                          F417 - Rated motor speed (Motor rpms)
                          F601 - Current Limit ( Full load amps of the motor multiplied by the service factor of the motor)
                          F201 thru F204 scaling the analog input for VIA (sets scale of analog input VIA)
                          F210 thru F213 scaling the analog input for VIB  (sets scale of analog input VIB)
                          F201=VIA speed ref level 1 (%)                  If using 4-20mA, set to 20%. If using 0-10V, set to 0%
                          F202=VIA output frequency level 1 (Hz)     For 4-20mA set to 0, For 0-10V set to 0
                          F203= VIA speed ref level 2 (%)                Set to 100% unless you're using less than 10V or 20mA
                          F204= VIA output frequency level 2 (Hz)   Set according to max speed (60Hz in the US)

                          F210=VIB speed ref level 1 (%)                  For 0-10V set this to 0%
                          F211=VIB output frequency level 1 (Hz)     For 0-10V set this to 0
                          F212= VIB speed ref level 2 (%)                 For 0-10V set this to100%. If using 0-5V, set this to 50%
                          F213= VIB output frequency level 2 (Hz)    Set according to max speed (60Hz in the US)

                          There are many other settings and functions available.  
                          Note that S-Flex enclosed drives may have different default values than listed here since the programming is often modified to match the wiring in the enclosure.

                          Refer to the ATV212 Programming manual S1A53838   https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/S1A53838/



                                                       

                          Understanding common network and internet terminology.

                          Goals and Symptoms

                          Internet users may require to know the current TCP/IP network configuration values for setting up their Ethernet devices for TCP/IP connection or sending/receiving Email. In the example below, the ION meter is required to have its own IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway, DNS and SMTP server etc. Some of this information may be found on the network, or a network administrator may have to provide details. This is a document shows how to find common information and also explains the terminology.

                          Causes and Fixes

                          Displaying the current TCP/IP network configuration values:
                          Go to Start > Run > and type cmd and click ok. In the command line type ipconfig/all



                          Ipconfig is a command line tool used to control the network connections on Windows NT/2000/XP machines. There are three main commands: "all", "release", and "renew". Ipconfig displays all current TCP/IP network configuration values and refreshes Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and Domain Name System (DNS) settings. Used without parameters, ipconfig displays the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway for all adapters.

                           

                           

                          Understand internet terminology:

                          DNS server

                          Short for Domain Name System (or Service or Server), an Internet service that translates domain names into IP addresses. Because domain names are alphabetic, they're easier to remember. The Internet however, is really based on IP addresses. Every time a domain name is used, a DNS service must translate the name into the corresponding IP address. For example, the domain name www.example.com might translate to 198.105.232.4.

                          The DNS system is, in fact, its own network. If one DNS server doesn't know how to translate a particular domain name, it asks another one, and so on, until the correct IP address is returned.

                           

                          DHCP server

                          Short for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, a protocol for assigning dynamic IP addresses to devices on a network. With dynamic addressing, a device can have a different IP address every time it connects to the network. In some systems, the device's IP address can even change while it is still connected. DHCP also supports a mix of static and dynamic IP addresses.

                          Dynamic addressing simplifies network administration because the software keeps track of IP addresses rather than requiring an administrator to manage the task. This means that a new computer can be added to a network without the hassle of manually assigning it a unique IP address. Many ISPs use dynamic IP addressing for dial-up users.

                           

                          WINS server

                          Short for Windows Internet Naming Service, a system that determines the IP address associated with a particular network computer. This is called name resolution. WINS supports network client and server computers running Windows and can provide name resolution for other computers with special arrangements. Determining the IP address for a computer is a complex process when DHCP servers assign IP addresses dynamically. For example, it is possible for DHCP to assign a different IP address to a client each time the machine logs onto the network.

                          WINS uses a distributed database that is automatically updated with the names of computers currently available and the IP address assigned to each one.

                          DNS is an alternative system for name resolution suitable for network computers with fixed IP addresses.

                           

                           

                          IP Address

                          An identifier for a computer or device on a TCP/IPnetwork. Networks using the TCP/IP protocol route messages based on the IP address of the destination. The format of an IP address is a 32-bit numeric address written as four numbers separated by periods. Each number can be zero to 255. For example, 1.160.10.240 could be an IP address.

                          Within an isolated network, IP addresses can be assigned at random as long as each one is unique. However, connecting a private network to the Internet requires using registered IP addresses (called Internet addresses) to avoid duplicates.

                          Every computer that communicates over the Internet is assigned an IP address that uniquely identifies the device and distinguishes it from other computers on the Internet. An IP address consists of 32 bits, often shown as 4 octets of numbers from 0-255 represented in decimal form instead of binary form. For example, the IP address

                          168.212.226.204

                          in binary form is

                          10101000.11010100.11100010.11001100.

                          But it is easier for us to remember decimals than it is to remember binary numbers, so we use decimals to represent the IP addresses when describing them. However, the binary number is important because that will determine which class of network the IP address belongs to. An IP address consists of two parts, one identifying the network and one identifying the node, or host. The Class of the address determines which part belongs to the network address and which part belongs to the node address. All nodes on a given network share the same network prefix but must have a unique host number.

                          Class A Network -- binary address start with 0, therefore the decimal number can be anywhere from 1 to 126. The first 8 bits (the first octet) identify the network and the remaining 24 bits indicate the host within the network. An example of a Class A IP address is 102.168.212.226, where "102" identifies the network and "168.212.226" identifies the host on that network.

                          Class B Network -- binary addresses start with 10, therefore the decimal number can be anywhere from 128 to 191. (The number 127 is reserved for loopback and is used for internal testing on the local machine.) The first 16 bits (the first two octets) identify the network and the remaining 16 bits indicate the host within the network. An example of a Class B IP address is 168.212.226.204 where "168.212" identifies the network and "226.204" identifies the host on that network.

                          Class C Network -- binary addresses start with 110, therefore the decimal number can be anywhere from 192 to 223. The first 24 bits (the first three octets) identify the network and the remaining 8 bits indicate the host within the network. An example of a Class C IP address is 200.168.212.226 where "200.168.212" identifies the network and "226" identifies the host on that network.

                          Class D Network -- binary addresses start with 1110, therefore the decimal number can be anywhere from 224 to 239. Class D networks are used to support multicasting.

                          Class E Network -- binary addresses start with 1111, therefore the decimal number can be anywhere from 240 to 255. Class E networks are used for experimentation. They have never been documented or utilized in a standard way.

                           

                           

                          Subnet mask

                          A mask used to determine what subnet an IP address belongs to. An IP address has two components, the network address and the host address. For example, consider the IP address 150.215.017.009. Assuming this is part of a Class B network, the first two numbers (150.215) represent the Class B network address, and the second two numbers (017.009) identify a particular host on this network.

                          Subnetting enables the network administrator to further divide the host part of the address into two or more subnets. In this case, a part of the host address is reserved to identify the particular subnet. This is easier to see if we show the IP address in binary format. The full address is:

                          10010110.11010111.00010001.00001001

                          The Class B network part is:

                          10010110.11010111

                          and the host address is

                          00010001.00001001

                          If this network is divided into 14 subnets, however, then the first 4 bits of the host address (0001) are reserved for identifying the subnet.

                          The subnet mask is the network address plus the bits reserved for identifying the subnetwork. (By convention, the bits for the network address are all set to 1, though it would also work if the bits were set exactly as in the network address.) In this case, therefore, the subnet mask would be 11111111.11111111.11110000.00000000. It's called a mask because it can be used to identify the subnet to which an IP address belongs by performing a bitwiseAND operation on the mask and the IP address. The result is the subnetwork address:

                          Subnet Mask 255.255.240.000 11111111.11111111.11110000.00000000
                          IP Address 150.215.017.009 10010110.11010111.00010001.00001001
                          Subnet Address 150.215.016.000 10010110.11010111.00010000.00000000
                          The subnet address, therefore, is 150.215.016.000.

                           

                          Gateway

                          Gateway is a node on a network that serves as an entrance to another network. In enterprises, the gateway is the computer that routes the traffic from a workstation to the outside network that is serving the Web pages. In homes, the gateway is the ISP that connects the user to the internet.

                          In enterprises, the gateway node often acts as a proxy server and a firewall. The gateway is also associated with both a router, which use headers and forwarding tables to determine where packets are sent, and a switch, which provides the actual path for the packet in and out of the gateway.

                          SMTP

                          SMTP is short for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, a protocol for sending e-mail messages between servers. Most e-mail systems that send mail over the Internet use SMTP to send messages from one server to another; the messages can then be retrieved with an e-mail client using either POP or IMAP. In addition, SMTP is generally used to send messages from a mail client to a mail server. This is why both the POP or IMAP server must be specified and the SMTP server when the e-mail application is configured.

                           

                          POP

                          POP is short for Post Office Protocol, a protocol used to retrieve e-mail from a mail server. Most e-mail applications (sometimes called an e-mail client) use the POP protocol, although some can use the newer IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol). There are two versions of POP. The first, called POP2, became a standard in the mid-80's and requires SMTP to send messages. The newer version, POP3, can be used with or without SMTP.

                           

                          IMAP

                          IMAP is short for Internet Message Access Protocol, a protocol for retrieving e-mail messages. The latest version, IMAP4, is similar to POP3 but supports some additional features. For example, with IMAP4, a search can be done through the e-mail messages for keywords while the messages are still on mail server. The messages found can then be downloaded to the client machine.

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                          Date Created: July 9, 2009
                          Last Revised: July 20, 2009
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                          Original Author: TL
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                          Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL199409 V1.0, Originally authored by MiNe on 07/20/2009, Last Edited by MiNe on 07/20/2009
                          Related ranges: Ethernet and TCP/IP

                          Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

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

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                          Extended Warranties
                          Fiber Optics
                          Firmware Upgrades
                          FLM Series
                          Fluid Coolers
                          FRP/Ferroresonant Power Supply
                          Game Console Surge Protection
                          Gender Changers
                          Global Deployment
                          Hardwire Surge Suppression Accessories
                          High-Density Cooling Enclosures
                          IDE Cables
                          IEEE1394
                          Industrial
                          InfraStruxure for Large Data Centers
                          InfraStruxure for Medium Data Centers
                          InfraStruxure for Server Rooms
                          InfraStruxure for Small Data Centers
                          InfraStruxure for Wiring Closets
                          InfraStruxure Manager
                          InfraStruxure Type A
                          InRoom Direct Expansion
                          InRow Chilled Water
                          InRow Direct Expansion
                          InRow Pumped Refrigerant
                          Installation Services
                          Interface Cables
                          International Plug Adapters
                          Keyboard
                          KVM Switches
                          Laptop Power Adapters
                          Line-R
                          Magnum VS
                          Magnum XS
                          Magnum XS Rectifier
                          Maintenance Bypass Panels
                          Management Platform Integration
                          Matrix Battery Systems
                          Matrix-UPS
                          Matrix-UPS Accessories
                          Metered Rack PDU
                          Metered-by-Outlet Rack PDU
                          MGE Accessories
                          MGE Alpes
                          MGE Battery Systems
                          MGE Comet
                          MGE EPS
                          MGE EPS 6000
                          MGE EPS 7000
                          MGE EPS 8000
                          MGE Galaxy
                          MGE Galaxy 300
                          MGE Galaxy 3000
                          MGE Galaxy 3500
                          MGE Galaxy 4000
                          MGE Galaxy 5000
                          MGE Galaxy 5500
                          MGE Galaxy 6000
                          MGE Galaxy 7000
                          MGE Galaxy 9000
                          MGE Galaxy PW
                          MGE Legacy
                          MGE Service Bypass
                          MGE Sinewave
                          MGE Static Transfer Switches
                          MGE UPS 4000
                          Microsol Estabilizadores
                          Microsol Modules Isoladores
                          Mobile Notebook Stands
                          Modular Components
                          Modular Power Accessories
                          Modular Power Distribution
                          Monitor
                          Mounting Hardware
                          Mouse
                          MRC1800
                          MRE2400
                          Multimedia
                          MWF1700
                          NetBotz 200
                          NetBotz 300
                          NetBotz 400
                          NetBotz 500
                          NetBotz Access Control
                          NetBotz Accessories and Cables
                          NetBotz Central
                          NetBotz Rack Access
                          NetBotz Sensors
                          NetShelter CX
                          NetShelter EP Enclosures
                          NetShelter ES Enclosures
                          NetShelter Open Frame Rack Accessories
                          NetShelter SX
                          NetShelter VL
                          NetShelter VS Enclosures
                          NetShelter VX Enclosures
                          Network Integration Services
                          Network Patch Cables
                          NetworkAIR Accessories
                          NetworkAIR AFX
                          NetworkAIR CM
                          NetworkAIR CW
                          NetworkAIR FM
                          NetworkAIR IR
                          NetworkAIR TC
                          Notebook Security
                          On Site Service
                          Open Frame Racks
                          Operations Capacity
                          Operations Change
                          Operations Energy Cost
                          Operations Energy Efficiency
                          Operations Insight
                          Operations Mobile
                          Operations VIZOR
                          Outdoor Enclosures
                          Panelmount Environmental Monitoring
                          Parallel
                          Patch Panels
                          PC1200
                          Planning Tools and Publications
                          Portable Cooling
                          Power Cords
                          Power Distribution Units
                          Power Generation Systems
                          Power Ready Notebook Cases
                          PowerChute Business Edition
                          PowerChute Inventory Manager
                          PowerChute Network Shutdown
                          PowerChute Personal Edition
                          PowerChute plus
                          PowerManager
                          PowerShield
                          Preventive Maintenance
                          Project Management Services
                          ProtectNet
                          Rack Air Distribution
                          Rack Components
                          Rack LCD Consoles
                          Rack PDU Accessories
                          Rack-mount Transfer Switches
                          Refrigerant Distribution
                          Remote Monitoring Services
                          Replacement Batteries
                          Replacement Notebook Batteries
                          Residential Hardwire Surge Suppression
                          Retail
                          Retractable Cables
                          Room Air Distribution
                          Room Cooling Accessories
                          Router Cables
                          Row Cooling Accessories
                          SCSI
                          Security Cameras
                          Sensors
                          Serial
                          Service Bypass Panel
                          Service Plans
                          Silcon
                          Silcon Accessories
                          Silcon Battery Systems
                          SLM/FLM Series
                          SmartSlot Expansion Chassis
                          Smart-UPS
                          Smart-UPS Accessories
                          Smart-UPS Battery Systems
                          Smart-UPS DP
                          Smart-UPS On-Line
                          Smart-UPS RT
                          Smart-UPS VT
                          Software Configuration
                          Software Education
                          Software for NetBotz Appliances
                          Software Installation
                          Software Integration
                          Spare Part Kits
                          Specialty Enclosures
                          Start-Up Service
                          Stationary Power Distribution Units
                          Step-Down Transformer
                          StruxureWare Central
                          StruxureWare Operations Suite
                          SurgeArrest Essential
                          SurgeArrest Home/Office
                          SurgeArrest Notebook
                          SurgeArrest Performance
                          Switch Boxes
                          Switched Rack PDU
                          Symmetra
                          Symmetra Accessories
                          Symmetra Battery Systems
                          Symmetra MW
                          Symmetra MW Accessories
                          Symmetra Power Module
                          Symmetra PX
                          Symmetra PX Accessories
                          Sync and Charge Cables
                          Thermal Containment
                          Thick and Thin Ethernet
                          Token Ring
                          Toploading Cases
                          Traditional Cases
                          Training Services
                          Transceivers
                          Transportation
                          Travel Mice
                          TSP Accessories
                          TSP Battery
                          TSP/Generator
                          TSP/Total System Power
                          Tune-UPS for Symmetra
                          Uniflair Chilled Water
                          Universal Mobile Device Batteries
                          Universal Notebook Batteries
                          Universal Notebook Power Adapter
                          Universal Power Accessories
                          Universal Power Adapters
                          UPS Network Hub Card
                          UPS Network Management Cards
                          USB Adapters & Converters
                          USB Cables
                          USB Charging Cables
                          USB Hubs
                          Wall-mount Transfer Switches
                          Wheeled Cases
                          Wireless
                          Wizards and Configurators
                          WS200