Flush Plate, 4 Gang, Architrave

White Electric | Flush Plate, 4 Gang, Architrave

Flush Plate, 4 Gang, Architrave

Item Number: 34-WE



Qty UoM EAN Colour



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Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Range of product

Standard Series

Product brand



Number of gangs

4 gangs

Fixing mode

by screws


without marking

Mounting position

horizontal and vertical

Fixing center

124 mm


140 mm


32 mm


11 mm

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Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

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Mercury free


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Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

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Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Weight

0.025 kg

Package 1 Height

1.1 cm

Package 1 width

3.2 cm

Package 1 Length

14 cm

Unit Type of Package 2


Number of Units in Package 2


Package 2 Weight

0.25 kg

Package 2 Height

7.2 cm

Package 2 width

11.7 cm

Package 2 Length

15.4 cm

Unit Type of Package 3


Number of Units in Package 3


Package 3 Weight

2.5 kg

Package 3 Height

22.6 cm

Package 3 width

19.1 cm

Package 3 Length

35.9 cm
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Is it possible to defeat or disable ground fault on Masterpact NW with Micrologic 6.0A trip units for primary injection testing?

Is there a way to defeat or disable ground fault on a Masterpact NW breaker for primary injection testing?  

Product line:  
Power circuit breakers

There are two ways to defeat ground fault on the NW breaker for primary injection testing.  You can use the hand held test kit, S33594, or the full function test kit, S33595. Or you can use the looping method to counter the single phase current during primary injection testing. See the attached data bulletin 0600DB9901, page 35, for the looping method, or FAQ Looping Method for Testing Breakers with Ground Fault Trip Units

Does the ATV312 have a Safe Torque Off?

ATV312 Safe Torque Configuration

Product Line:

All serial numbers for ATV312


No, the ATV312 does not have a Safe Torque Off option. That feature is only compatible with the ATV32, ATV320, ATV61, ATV71 , ATV630 and ATV940 drives

Need assistance selecting the parts required for single phase input to a VFD to run a 3 phase motor.

Needs to run a 3 phase motor with 1 phase input voltage.

Product Line:


Customer only has single phase input power but needs to run a 3 phase motor.

Several of our drives have been tested and approved to accept single phase input power to run 3 phase motors.
Drives must be derated to handle the increased current on the input bridge and increased ripple or noise on the DC Bus.
In some cases input line reactors may be required or may allow higher SSCR ratings.

Consult the appropriate Quick Start Guide Annex.  These documents also provide fuse and circuit breaker information.

Only recommended on single phase for pump application (Altivar Process Drive) : https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/EAV64300/

Not currently approved for use on single phase applications.

(Constant or Variable Torque applications):  https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/NVE21777/

Not currently approved for use on single phase input applications

(Constant or Variable Torque applications): https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/S1A58684/

The ATV212 is not capable of supporting single phase input applications.

For any other application requirements consult following 3rd party website (Bonitron). 
The ATV930 product is recommended for use with this option. 
Contact Bonitron directly for assistance.

OLDER product info:
NOTE- product has been discontinued (Variable Torque applications):https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/S1B86981/

NOTE - product has been discontinued (Constant Torque applications):https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/S1B86988/

NOTE - product has been discontinued (Constant or Variable Troque applications):https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/S1B16328/

NOTE - product has been discontinued (Constant or Variable Troque applications) :https://www.schneider-electric.com/ww/en/download/document/S1B39941?showAsIframe=true


Can I use a larger HP Variable Speed Drive to run a smaller HP motor?

Motor is smaller than the available drive.

Product Line:
All Altivar (ATV) drives

All Environments

Motor and drive sizing does not match.  Motor is smaller HP than Drive.

In most cases a drive can control a motor with lower HP (and current) rating.

The motor nameplate information will have to be entered correctly to ensure proper control of the motor and that the overload protection is enabled.   
In most cases the Overload protection adjustment range is the limiting factor.  If this parameter can not be set down to the motor FLA, an external overload relay will have to be provided.
When using small motors on a larger drive the Sensorless Flux Vector motor control modes may not work well.  Changing the motor control type to linear Voltage/Frequency is usually best.
Consult the programming manual for the drive being used for details on these parameter adjustments.
If working with an enclosed drive that has full voltage bypass, the Overload Relay in the bypass circuit may need to be changed if it's OL settings can not be adjusted down to the motor FLA.

NOTE that this does not pertain to Softstarts.   Softstarts will not work well with motors that are less than 40% of their continuous current rating.

What are the secondary injection test kits for Micrologic circuit breakers?

Product Line:
Legacy, Powerpact, and Masterpact circuit breakers

The System Interface Kit for Powerpact (H J L M P R) and Masterpact (NT NW MTZ) breakers with Micrologic trip units. Purchase LV485500 through Services.
The secondary injection test kit for Legacy Micrologic (Micrologic Series B) breakers is the UTS3.
The Full Function Test Kit  (FFTK) for Powerpact M, P, R frame and Masterpact circuit breakers with electronic or Micrologic trip units is S33595.
The Hand Held Test Kit (HHTK) for Powerpact M, P, R frame and Masterpact circuit breakers with electronic or Micrologic trip units is S33594.
The UTA tester for testing Powerpact H, J, L circuit breakers is STRV00910.
The Pocket Tester for testing Powerpact H, J, L circuit breakers is S434206.
The Universal Test Kit for testing Legacy Micrologic (Micrologic Series B) trip units is UTS3.
The test kit for testing Masterpact and Compact circuit breakers with STR trip units is 55391.
Masterpact MTZ breakers are tested with a PC running Ecostruxure Power Commission (EPC) software.

Service Interface Kit LV485500, must be used with PC running Ecostruxure Power Commission software. 
See attached User Guide and instructions or web page for more information.
  • Masterpact NW, NT, Powerpact H J L M P and R Frames, Compact NSX circuit breakers with Micrologic trip units
  • IFE, IFM, IO, FDM121 modules

What alternatives are there for SP333E models? What is the migration path?


The SP333E was developed in 2013 as a special RTU model targeting the WWW industry. It is similar to the widely used SP334E. With the introduction of the SCADAPack 470 & 474, it is expected that the the SP333E will no longer be sold after 30th June 2021, since the new SP47x RTUs are more cost effective and are the latest series of RTUs. There are two simple and clear migration paths from the SP333E.

Note that all other SCADAPack 3xx models (such as the SP334E, SP357E, etc.) will continue to be commercially available for a period of at least 2 more years (as of March 2021).

Product(s) concerned

SCADAPack SP333E, all part numbers starting with and covered by TBUP333-Exxx-xxxxx


Substitution and Upgrade / Migration Paths for replacing the SP333E:

A.   Short-to-medium-term approach (Least Disruptive to the user):
Users can continue with the SCADAPack E-Series platform by simply substituting SP334E in place of SP333E. The SP333E is a subset of the SP334E and shares the same mechanical and electrical connections footprint. This makes substitution ultra-easy as this approach does not require any change to the existing SP333E Configuration files. The Schneider Electric R&D team have incorporated this modification to minimise any short-term inconvenience to present users of the SP333E; see details below:

To ensure continued, E-Configurator v8.18.1 adds a feature that allows the SCADAPack 334E to directly accept a configuration built for a SCADAPack 333E Smart RTU. This feature allows the SCADAPack 334E to be used as a drop-in replacement for the SP333E without the need to update and maintain new RTU configuration files or IEC 61131-3 logic (WorkBench6). 

As mentioned earlier, from a hardware product perspective, the SP334E will continue to be commercially available  for a period of at least 2 more years. 

Examples of direct drop-in substitutions:
TBUP333-Ex5x-ABx0S  (Existing 333E Part Number)    >     Continue on E-Series platform    >    TBUP334-Ex5x-ABx0S (Substitute 334E Part Number)

B.    Medium-to-longer-term term approach (Most Beneficial to the user):
Users can upgrade to the recently released SP474 SCADAPack device which is based on the proven and highly beneficial RemoteConnect Software platform.

The SP474 shares the same mechanical and electrical connections footprint as the SP333E, but additionally provides many more IOs, Serial Comms & Ethernet ports in the same package; and this is being offered at a considerably lower price point. This upgrade makes technical and economic sense  - a low-hanging fruit. 

Programs developed in WorkBench / IsaGraf for the logic execution on the SP333E will need to be rewritten using the Modicon Control Expert (UnityPro) Logic, which is an intrinsic part of the RemoteConnect Software. This RemoteConnect Software is a single integrated tool that is used for both Configuration and Logic Programming of the SCADAPack 474 RTU and is available to users at no cost.

This option is definitely the recommended path as it provides major benefits with minimal disruption. This platform is being developed further and going forward, users can readily expect the following benefits with this upgrade:
  • Enhanced Cybersecurity suite of features
  • Remotely program 3rd party devices connected to the SP474 through the DTM library
  • Enjoy peace of mind with a 15-year lifespan followed by a 7 year support period
  • Compelling features planned for release in late 2021 include modular IOs, Hot Standby RTU Redundancy, Web browsing,  and more...!
Examples of upgrade / migration part numbers for the SP474:
TBUP333-Ex5x-ABx0S (Existing 333E Part Number)      >       Upgrade to RemoteConnect x70 platform (free of charge)        > TBUP474-UC50-BB00S  (Substitute 474 Part Number)

See diagram below to assist further with SP333E to SP474 footprint and connections matching:
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