Flush Switch, 1 Gang, 250VAC, 10A, Architrave, 3 Position

White Electric | Flush Switch, 1 Gang, 250VAC, 10A, Architrave, 3 Position

Flush Switch, 1 Gang, 250VAC, 10A, Architrave, 3 Position

Item Number: 39-WE



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Green Premium product


Device presentation

basic element with full cover plate

Switch function

  • 2-way
  • 1-way

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Device mounting


Local signalling


[Ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC

Rated current

10 A


without marking



REACh Regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

EU RoHS Directive


Mercury free


RoHS exemption information


China RoHS Regulation

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

Environmental Disclosure



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Unit Type of Package 1


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Package 1 Weight

0.04 kg
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How can I connect SoMove to an Altivar Process drive via Ethernet TCP/IP or Profinet?

Connecting SoMove to the VFD using the Ethernet network connection.

Product Line:

Ethernet IP or Profinet option installed.
VW3A3316, VW3A3320, VW3A3627 VW3A3720

Drive is not detected when attempting to connect.

See attachment for screenshots showing SoMove V2.9.4

Turn OFF your computers firewall before starting so you will have access to your Ethernet port. 
somove Ethernet 32

Edit Connection on your computers ethernet port and setup IP address in the Altivar Drive using an HMI.
Computer or PC setup:
Example setting up your PCs IP address.
Search Ethernet settings
-Change adapter options
- Choose the Ethernet port you want to use.
-Choose Properties
-Make sure IPV4 and IPV6 are both checked. 
-Double click on the IPV4 settings
-Select "Use the following IP address" and now enter in an IP address for your PCs ethernet port. 
Note this IP address needs to match your Drives IP address up to the last octet. 
Drives IP address= (for the Drive) and your PC's IP address = (your computer)
Subnet address=
-Choose ok
Somove Ethernet 1

Drive Setup
Example set your Drives IP address using the remote HMI under the Ethernet settings in the programming. 
IP address= (for the Drive) 
Subnet address=
-Power cycle your Drive after changing the IP address 

Open up Somove 2.9.4 or newer and setup your "edit connection/scan" settings.
-Click on  "edit connection/scan"
-Choose Modbus TCP double click
-Choose the advanced settings (small gear wheel icon).
-Choose More
-Choose Scan tab
-Now type in your Drives IP address example  
-Choose Single Scan and enter 1 
-Apply and OK
-Ok again 
Somove Ethernet 2

-Now Scan for the Device to see if your PC finds the Drive. 
-double click on the picture of the drive to connect and load from the device.

Somove Ethernet 3

Please read and understand before checking OK. 

Somove ethernet 4

Somove is loading settings from the Drive to your Somove on your PC. 

somove ethernet 5b

Your are now connected to the Drive when the bar across the top turn's orange. 

Somove Ethernet 6a



This example should work using. 
-Ethernet TCP
-Ethernet IP



Video: How to recover the system on the HMIGTU Series?

Video: How to recover the system on the Harmony/Magelis HMIGTU Series?
Product Line:
The goal of this resolution is to provide the system recovery resource that can be used to backup and recover the Harmony/Magelis HMIG3U, HMIG3X, HMIG5U, HMIG5U2, and HMIG5U22. All the HMIGTU (except HMIG2U) series have their firmware stored on a System CFast or System SD Card.
1) Power off the HMIGTU.
2) Remove the System CFast or System SD card from the HMIGTU (this SD card slot is labeled "SYSTEM CARD" on the outer casing of the HMI).
3) Insert the CFast or System SD into a CFast (Type 1.0) or SD Card Reader on your office PC.
4) Launch the Backup Recovery Tool (BackupRecovery.exe).
5) In the "File Name" field, choose the recovery image file (.bin) for your type of HMIGTU.
6) Select the Drive Letter from the dropdown list to match that of your CFCard or SD Card that you inserted.
7) Click "Recovery" and then [Yes] when you are prompted to continue this process
8) The .bin image will be written to the CFast or SD card. Please wait and do not remove the CFast or SD Card during this time.
9) Once the process is done, a message will appear "Quit he application, and eject the disk from the PC."
10) Eject the CFast or SD card from your PC
11) Insert it back into the HMIGTU's system slot (the one close to the screen-mount side)
12) Power on the HMIGTU as per normal.
Attached are:
Backup Recovery Tool - "BackupRecovery.exe"
Backup Recovery User Manual - "Backup Recovery User Manual.pdf"
Pre-made image for HMIG3U saved in Vijeo Designer 6.2 SP8 - "HMIG3U.bin"
Pre-made image for HMIG3X saved in Vijeo Designer 6.2 SP9 - "HMIG3X.bin"
NOTE: HMIG5U, HMIG5U2, and HMIG5U22 images are too large to upload. Please contact support at customerservices@se.com to ask for a direct download ticket link.


How do you order a Masterpact NW or NT circuit breaker?

What is the process for ordering a Masterpact NW or NT circuit breaker?

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

Masterpact circuit breakers cannot be ordered by catalog number.  A Schneider distributor or sales office must enter the order via the online product selector in My Schneider, SE Advantage, or Quote to Cash.
Information they need includes the certification standard (UL, ANSI, IEC), fixed or drawout, ampacity, AIR required, trip unit functions or type, accessories, connectors, and other customer specifications.

The attached decoder will assist in breaking down a catalog number to its component parts.  With knowledge of the breaker's construction it will be possible to use the Q2C or SE Advantage product selector to select, quote, and order the breaker.  DO NOT try to build a catalog number using the decoder.  A number generated using the decoder will be prone to error due to possibly selecting components and features which are mutually exclusive, and the number will have no value for quotation or ordering even if valid.

Required information for placing an order can be found on the attached RFQ (Request for Quote) or RFQ - DC for DC rated Masterpacts.

How do I configure my RADIUS server to authenticate my APC Network Enabled device?


RADIUS set up with APC Network Management Card enabled products.

Product Line

  • Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) - AP9617, AP9618, AP9619

Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 1 include (but are not limited to): Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP78XX, AP79XX), Rack ATS (AP77XX, Environmental Monitoring Units (AP9320, AP9340, Netbotz 200)

  • Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) - AP9630/AP9630CH, AP9631/AP9631CH, AP9635/AP9635CH

Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 2 include (but are not limited to): 2G Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP84xx, AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX), Rack ATS (AP44xx), Certain SmartUPS online (SRT) Certain Audio/Video Network Management Enabled products.

  • ​​​​​​​Network Management Card 3 (NMC3) - AP9640/AP9641/AP9643

Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 3 include (but are not limited to): Certain 2G Metered/Switched RackPDU's manufactured after 2021 (AP84xx, AP86xx, AP88xx, AP89xx), APDU9XXX RackPDU's, RackATS (AP44xxA), Certain SmartUPS online (SRT)

  • Network Management Card 4 (NMC4) - AP9644
​​​​​​​The Network Management Card 4 is supported on the Galaxy VS, Galaxy VL, and Galaxy PX units. These units also include a built-in network management card.

  • All serial numbers
  • Firmware versions v2.X.X and higher


Configuration can vary based on the RADIUS server being used. Below is a successful configuration taken from a FreeRADIUS server. Though this configuration worked through testing, APC by Schneider Electric cannot guarantee that this configuration will work on your RADIUS server. Configuring of your RADIUS server should be provided by your RADIUS server administrator.

Note: Further information on using the specific variety of FreeRADIUS (v2.1.10) included in Zentyal Linux 3.3 is also available in knowledge base article ID FA232648.


The three files that need to be edited in order for FreeRADIUS to authenticate properly are:

1) clients.conf
2) dictionary
3) users file

Below are examples of entries that should be entered into each file.

1) clients.conf

client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (you would enter the IP address or IP address range of devices authenticating through RADIUS)
secret = radius
shortname = apc

2) dictionary



ATTRIBUTE APC-Service-Type 1 integer APC

VALUE APC-Service-Type Admin 1
VALUE APC-Service-Type Device 2
VALUE APC-Service-Type ReadOnly 3

3) users

# APC local radius authentication (working)
apcradius (username) Auth-Type := Local, User-Password == "apcradius"
     APC-Service-Type = 1

Once these entries are made, you should be able to access your APC product via RADIUS authentication.

In some cases, you do need to specify Vendor Specific Attributes. For example, APC part number AP7900 (Switched Rack PDU) uses the same login accounts as listed in the previous example. However, the AP7900 also allows specific outlets to have their own separate accounts/logins. Therefore, you must create additional entries in the event that a user has a login for specific outlets.

1) clients.conf

client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx {IP address or IP address range of devices using RADIUS authentication}
secret = radius
shortname = ap7900

2) dictionary



ATTRIBUTE APC-Service-Type 1 integer APC
ATTRIBUTE APC-Outlets 2 string APC

VALUE APC-Service-Type Admin 1
VALUE APC-Service-Type Device 2
VALUE APC-Service-Type ReadOnly 3
VALUE APC-Service-Type Outlet 4

3) users

VSAAdmin Auth-Type = Local, Password = "admin"
     APC-Service-Type = Admin

VSADevice Auth-Type = Local, Password = "device"
     APC-Service-Type = Device

VSAReadOnly Auth-Type = Local, Password = "readonly"
     APC-Service-Type = ReadOnly

userA Auth-Type = Local, Password = "apc"
     APC-Service-Type = Outlet, APC-Outlets = "1,3,5"

userB Auth-Type = Local, Password = "apc"
     APC-Service-Type = Outlet, APC-Outlets = "1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8"

UserA will now have access to outlets 1,3,5 and userB will have access to outlets 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8.

RADIUS and Network Port Sharing with Switched Rack PDU 2G (AP86XX, AP89XX)

Note: See the Security Handbook for APC Network Management Cards for more information on using RADIUS.

For RADIUS users file with VSAs, outlets on guest Rack PDUs can be associated to RADIUS users by using the following method.

# give user access to outlets 1, 2, and 3 on PDU 1,
# outlet 7 on PDU 2, outlets 1 through 6
# on PDU 3, and outlets 1,2,4 through 6, 7 through 10,
# and 20 on PDU 4

newOutletUser Auth-Type = Local, User-Password = "newoutlets"
APC-Service-Type = Outlet,
APC-Outlets = "1[1,2,3];2[7];3[1-6];4[1,2,4-6,7-10,20];"

If you have trouble configuring your RADIUS server, it is advised that you contact your RADIUS server vendor for assistance.

NOTE: To create a "network only" user for supported AOS files, the following line must be added to the dictionary file: VALUE APC-Service-Type NetworkOnly 6

Where to download the firmware (V 1.13.0) for SpaceLogic C-Bus Controllers NAC and AC?

The new firmware (version 1.13.0) for SpaceLogic C-Bus Controllers NAC and AC is available for download on se.com. and in Exchange Platforms

The new firmware version V1.13.0 is available for 5500NAC2, 5500AC2, 5500NAC, 5500SHAC, LSS5500NAC, LSS5500SHAC.

The main features of this new firmware release  (V1.13.0) are:

  • Scheduler Enhancement
  • Error reporting application improvements
  • Bug fixes

Related documents can be downloaded along with the firmware file:
  • Release Notes for V1.13.0
  • User Manual update for firmware V1.13.0
Links for www.se.com page and Exchange to download the firmware and the related documents:
SpaceLogic C-Bus Network Automation Controller
Se.com: Link   
Firmware download page link
Direct link to the firmware file
SpaceLogic C-Bus Application Controller
Se.com: Link 
Firmware download page link
Direct link to the firmware file
C-Bus Network Automation Controller
End of Commercial
Se.com:  Link   
Firmware download page link
Direct link to the firmware file
Wiser for C-Bus Automation Controller
End of Commercial
Se.com: Link
Firmware download page link
Direct link to the firmware file


What does the Rated short time withstand current (Icw) for the breaker mean?

Rated short time withstand current is the value of short time withstand current, assigned to the equipment by the manufacturer, that the equipment can carry without damage, under the test conditions specified in the relevant product standard.
It's generally expressed in kA for 0.5, 1 or 3 seconds. This is an essential characteristic for air circuit breakers. It is not significant for molded-case circuit breakers for which the design targets fast opening and high limiting capacity.
Icw is different from one breaker to another and its value can be found in the product catalogue.
Masterpact MTZ catalogue
Masterpact NT/NW catalogue

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