Switchboard Labels, Power

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Switchboard Labels, Power

Item Number: 8P-BK



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Product destination

for switched socket

Product or component type

label support sheet





Package 1 Weight

2.667 g
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SCADAPack RemoteConnect and x70 Logic Editor project and configuration files

SCADAPack RemoteConnect and x70 Logic Editor project and configuration files

Project and configuration files associated with SCADAPack RemoteConnect :

The SCADAPack RemoteConnect project file that defines the Device Type Manager (DTM)  structure, communication settings, object configuration, and the configuration for other vendors' DTMs.

The compressed archive file that includes the .prj file and the .sta file.
The .rcz file is created when you export a SCADAPack RemoteConnect project.

The manifest configuration file for the SCADAPack x70 device.
This file contains the full configuration that is read from or written to a SCADAPack x70 device.
It does not include project information, such as communication settings, project structure, and configuration information for additional Device Type Managers (DTMs) that is contained in the project (.prj) file.
Also, the RTZ file is used by Geo SCADA when importing the config (see topic "SCADAPack x70 Integration with RemoteConnect" in https://community.exchange.se.com/).

XXXXCSDVx70 Logic Editor manages 5 types of files for storing user applications and projects. Each type of file can be used according to specific requirements.
File types can be identified by their extension:

  • *.STU: Unity File
  • *.STA: Unity Archived Application File
  • *.XEF: Unity Application Exchange File
  • *.ZEF: Unity Full Application Exchange File
  • *.ZTX: Unity Window Context File
  • *.BAK: Unity Backup File
STU File:
This file type is used for daily working tasks. This format is used by default when opening or saving a user project.

STA File:
This file type is used for archiving projects and can be created only after the project has been generated. This file type allows forward compatibility between the different versions of Unity Pro.
When upgrading to a new RemoteConnect version, be sure to either build the logic and save the project, or export the project to an RCZ file. Then open either the PRJ or RCZ file in the new version, and continue configuring as per normal. Failure to build and save in the previous version will result in the loss of the last set of changes to logic when you open the project in the new version.

XEF File:
This file type is used for exporting projects in an XML source format and can be created at any stage of a project.
ZEF File:
This file type is used for exporting projects with global DTMs configuration and can be created at any stage of a project.

ZTX File:
A Unity .ZTX file saves the Unity window context. It ensures Unity windows have the same arrangement when the project is opened or closed.

BAK File:
Each time an STU file is saved, a backup copy is also created, with the same name as the STU file, and the extension BAK files. By changing the file extension from BAK to STU, it is possible to revert to the state the project was, the last time it was saved. BAK files are stored in the same folder as the project STU file.


Electrical characteristics of obsolete AD module power supply for Micrologic

Obsolete AD module power supply for Micrologic

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

These are now obsolete; information for installed base only

  The following are the catalog numbers of the obsolete power supplies. All produce a 24 Vdc output. 
Cat. No. Input Output
68582324–30 Vdc 
24 VDC, 1 A
(all have this same output)
68582448–60 Vdc
685825100–125 Vdc
685826110–130 Vac
685827200–240 Vac
685829380–415 Vac

See instruction bulletin, S1A80373.
As an example, this is a picture of the 685826.

Picture of a power supply

Video: What are the part numbers for field replaceable Micrologic trip units for PowerPact™ M,P,R, and Masterpact NT, NW circuit breakers?

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

Following are the catalog numbers for Micrologic Trip Units used in PowerPact™ M, P, R, and Masterpact NT and NW circuit breakers.
ModelProtectionCat. #
2.0 (IEC only)LSOS132R
3.0 (UL/ANSI only) LIS131A
2.0A (IEC only)LSOS142R 
3.0A (UL/ANSI only) LIS141A 

For help with Micrologic trip units and modbus communications for Masterpact and PowerPact™ P and R circuit breakers, consult instruction manuals:
PowerPact™ P, R, and Masterpact NW, NT Micrologic™ types 2.0, 3.0 and 5.0 Trip Units, see 48049-207-05
PowerPact™ P, R, and Masterpact NW, NT Micrologic™ 2.0A, 3.0A, 5.0A, and 6.0A Trip Units, see 48049-136-05
PowerPact™ P, R, and Masterpact NW, NT Micrologic™ 5.0P and 6.0P Trip Units, see 48049-137-05
PowerPact™ P, R, and Masterpact NW, NT Micrologic™ 5.0H and 6.0H Trip Units, see 48049-330-03

The following video demonstrates how to install and remove a Micrologic Trip Unit from a PowerPact™ P-Frame Molded Case Circuit Breaker:


Why is my Wiser Air (North America model) account showing unable to reach device? - Wiser Air EOL (North America models) -

Product Line:
Wiser Air (North America model)
End of Life Announcement for Wiser Air Thermostat
Schneider Electric announces the end-of-life and end-of-support in North America for the Wiser Air Thermostat and the decommissioning of the Wiser Air Thermostat mobile and web applications.
The Schneider Electric Support Team will continue to help customers still using the product until servers are decommissioned.
Wiser Air models
Eligible Wiser Air Thermostat models:

Wiser Air can only be controlled via the thermostat if the application servers are down or unable to access the Wiser Air account.

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