500 Series Cable Connectors, 2 Screw, Bare, Suits up to 3 x 6mm² Cables

500 Series Cable Connectors, 2 Screw, Bare, Suits up to 3 x 6mm² Cables

500 Series Cable Connectors, 2 Screw, Bare, Suits up to 3 x 6mm² Cables

Item Number: 562



Qty UoM EAN Colour



Product brand



Connector type

screw terminals

EU RoHS Directive


Mercury free


RoHS exemption information


China RoHS Regulation

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

Environmental Disclosure


Provided equipment

2 x screw


Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Weight

0.01 g

Package 1 Height

2 mm

Package 1 width

17 mm

Package 1 Length

19 mm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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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:

What can cause an low torque alarm on the ATV61 or ATV71 drive?

ATV61 and ATV71 low torque alarm causes.

Product Line:
Altivar ATV61 and ATV71


Drive is triggering the low torque alarm

If there is a logic output assigned to (ttL) Low torque threshold I/O menu and the drives motor torque drops below the set or programmed threshold (50%) then the drive will trip or flash low torque threshold.
You would normally set this if you want to monitor if a belt breaks or if the motors torque drops below a set threshold.
Low torque thd setting.

Video: How do you wire the ATS22 with S6U suffix, for 2-wire control?

Wiring the ATS22 with S6U suffix, for 2-wire control.

.Product Line:
Altistart 22

All Altistart 22's ending with S6U suffix (120V)

Basic wiring examples



The S6U requires constant 120VAC to terminals CL1 (hot) and CL2 (neutral). 

For a freewheel stop:
Connect a jumper from Terminal LI1 to LI2.  
Connect a jumper from Terminal CL2 to COM.
Close a dry contact between Terminals CL1 and LI2 for a run forward.  Open this connection for a freewheel stop. 

For a controlled stop:
Do not jumper LI1 to LI2, wire LI1 to CL1, use run contact between CL1 and LI2, and program SEt - dEC = ramp down time.

Note: The factory default setting for the dEC parameter is 'free'. Leaving this parameter set to 'free' will provide a freewheel stop, regardless of which way LI1 and LI2 are wired. (This is why the Quick Start Guide shows a wiring diagram similar to the one above and indicates that it allows a freewheel stop.) Conversely, removing voltage from LI1 will result in a freewheel stop, regardless of the value set for dEC. In other words, a freewheel stop can be accomplished by wiring and/or programming. 

Refer to the ATS22 User manual, ATS22 Quick Start Guide, or the Quick Start Annex for more information.

What do the ATV61/71 1.1-1.5 status LED's indicate?

Where can I find information on the 1.1 through 1.5 LED indicator lights?

Product Line:

Product Selection & Services

LED's 1.1-1.5 belong to Controller Inside Card (or similar, like a Water Solutions Pump Card).

When used with a Controller Inside Card (CIC), the LED's indicate status as shown below in an excerpt from the ATV61/71 Controller Inside manual:


When used with a Water Solutions Pump Card, the LED's indicate status as shown below in an excerpt from the Water Solution Control Card User manual:

For further details see the attached files. 

Can 230MI series meter isolator enclosure be pad locked when the circuit breaker is in the ON and OFF position?

230 series meter isolator is designed to be padlocked when the circuit breaker is in the OFF position for safety reasons. When the circuit breaker is in the ON position, 230MI cannot be padlocked. To prevent capability to lock when the circuit breaker is in the ON use only Clipsal Range MCB’s.

For further information, please visit  https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=230MI


Is there a failsafe wiring for Vigirex RH99P residual current protection relay?

Applicable ranges: RH10, RH21, RH68, RH86 and RH99M RH10, RH21, RH86 and RH99P

As you can see in the below description from the page A-11 of the Vigirex Catalogue, there are two methods of wiring;

1. Wiring for optimum safety (failsafe) - use of MN undervolatge coil in series with voltage presence contact 11-14 (catalogue page E-3)

In this scenario, you can see the MN is connected from the supply side and through 31-32 contacts (to maintain the connection when there is no fault) in series with the voltage presence contact 11-14 (which is closed when there is a supply to A1-A2). Therefore, as soon as the supply (A1-A2) is lost terminal 11-14 is opened losing the supply to MN coil. That will trigger the trip of the breaker.
In this way it will ensure the failsafe even if the auxiliary supply is lost to the relay.


2. Wiring for optimum continuity of service - use of MX shunt release
(catalogue page E-2)

In this method voltage presence contact is used only as an indicator and even if the auxiliary supply to A1-A2 is lost the connected breaker is not tripped as the MX coil is not powered (only powered if the relay detects a fault and will close 31-34).
In this way it will ensure the continuity of service, but not failsafe.



Vigirex Catalogue:

RHxxP Instructions Sheet:

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