Clipsal - Lighting, Ceiling Rose, 4 Terminal

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Clipsal - Lighting, Ceiling Rose, 4 Terminal

Item Number: 93-WE

The Clipsal Lighting Ceiling Rose has 4 pillar type terminal points on the base, incorporating cable entry for a range of flexible cords. It is rated 500V, 15A and has a White finish.



Qty UoM EAN Colour
Ceiling Rose


  • Suitable for cable management
  • Provides nice finish for pendant light installation
  • Attaches to ceiling



Product brand


Product or component type

ceiling rose

Colour tint



Provided equipment

  • cover
  • base

[Ue] rated operational voltage

500 V

Rated current

15 A

Fixing mode

by screws

EU RoHS Directive

Under investigation


Package 1 Bare Product Quantity


Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Height

3.6 cm

Package 1 Width

6.4 cm

Package 1 Length

6.5 cm

Package 1 Weight

64 g

Unit Type of Package 2


Number of Units in Package 2


Package 2 Height

80 cm

Package 2 Width

150 cm

Package 2 Length

202 cm

Package 2 Weight

0.71 kg

Unit Type of Package 3


Number of Units in Package 3


Package 3 Height

495 cm

Package 3 Width

355 cm

Package 3 Length

405 cm

Package 3 Weight

19.25 kg
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Video: Why is the Micrologic Trip Unit Type P or H reading negative power?

Product Line
Micrologic Trip Unit Type P and H
Breakers: Powerpact P and R Frames, Masterpact NT and NW, Compact NS630B- NS3200

Micrologic Trip Unit Type P and H

The power readings from the device are all negative, yet all of the voltages and currents are positive numbers.

The power sign must be changed to accommodate this issue. The power sign has two different settings: (+) and (-). The (+) setting implies that power is absorbed from upstream to downstream (meaning it is top-fed). The (-) setting implies that power is absorbed from downstream to upstream (meaning it is bottom-fed).

The power sign can only be changed from the front panel of the Trip Unit. From the main menu go to either the Micrologic Setup or Metering Setup menus then follow the steps in the diagrams below. In order to change settings via the menu buttons on the trip unit, the trip unit must be energized AND the door over the adjustment dials MUST be OPEN. 
To change the power sign:
  1. Press the Wrench menu button
  2. Select Micrologic Setup
  3. Select Power Sign
  4. Open the trip unit door (see video for details)
  5. Toggle power sign with up or down arrow
  6. Press Enter to select sign
  7. Press Wrench button to exit
  8. Select YES to save settings on exit

For further information about the Micrologic Trip Units Type P and H see link for the instruction bulletins below.
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

How are the Micrologic modules addressed in the trip units?

Micrologic trip units used with Masterpact NT and NW, Powerpact P and R Frame , and Compact NS have multiple address associated with device.
Product Line

 Trip Unit Trip Function Type
 2.0 (IEC Only) LSO Standard (No comms)
 3.0 LI
 5.0 LSI
 2.0A (IEC Only) LSO Standard
 3.0A LI
 5.0A LSI
 6.0A LSIG
 3.0E (IEC Only) LI Energy
 5.0E (IEC Only) LSI
 5.0P LSI Power
 6.0P LSIG
 5.0H LSI Harmonics
 6.0H LSIG

Communication applications using Micrologic trip units and circuit breakers with frame sizes 630 A and greater.

Need the Modbus addresses associated with a Micrologic devices

There are 3 modules and 1 optional module associated with a Micrologic trip. Each module has its own Modbus address.
Breaker Communication Module (BCM)
The circuit breaker communication module is independent and is installed on the circuit breaker, behind the trip unit.  The unit receives and transmits information on the communication network through optical link between the Micrologic A, P, and H trip units.
The address for the BCM is the base address for the entire device which can be seen on the trip through the communication menu.  (Breaker Communication Module: @ Address xx)
Metering Module (MM)
The metering module prepares the electrical values. Every second, the metering module refreshes the “real-time” RMS measurements. Using this data, it then calculates the demand and energy values, and stores the minimum / maximum values recorded since the last reset. (Note Ammeter trip unit have limit data associated with Current)
The address is the base plus 200. (Metering Module: @ Address xx + 200)

Protection Module (PM)
The protection module ensures the critical circuit breaker functions. This control unit is completely independent and does not use the measurements generated by the metering module. The module calculates the protection-function inputs and outputs itself ensuring extremely fast reaction times.
The address is the base plus 100. (Protection Module: @ Address xx + 100)
Cradle Communication Module (CCM)
The cradle communication module is an independent device installed separately from the breaker. Used with drawout breakers that incorporates a cradle that houses the breaker.
The address is the base plus 50. (Cradle Communication Module: @ Address xx + 50)
See the below link for more information.
Modbus™ Communications System for Micrologic™ A, P, and H Trip Units 0613IB1201


  • Using an IFE or IFM module employing the ULP protocol, the address rules above does not apply.Micrologic Trip Unitssuperfluous line
Related ranges: Communication with Micrologic trip units

Why does the temperature in the device control page display in Celsius when the temperature is set to Fahrenheit in the Wiser by SE App settings?

The App settings and device control page are managed separately. The Temperature Scale option in App settings controls the weather temperature display on the home page. To set the temperature scale for a device, choose this option in the device control page.

 Note: Not all devices support the option to set the temperature scale.

How do I set up a Pattern Lock and 2-Step Verification for the Wiser by SE App?

To set up the Pattern Lock feature - Tap the Menu slide-out and tap your username to go to the Account page. In the Account page, tap Account and Security. In the Account and Security page, tap Pattern Lock and then tap create gesture password and follow the in-app directions. Once you have activated the Pattern Lock feature, you can switch the feature On and Off as required and change the Gesture Password.

To set up 2-Step Verification - When in the Account and Security page you can toggle this setting on and off from here. When enabled every time you Log in to the App a code will be sent to your email/phone that needs to be input into the App before finalising log in.
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Is it possible to downgrade the firmware of PM8000 series meter?

It is NOT recommended to downgrade the firmware of the meter.
Please see the following information from PowerLogic™ PM8000 Series User Guide .

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How Do You Make a Clipsal Warranty Claim?

You can now raise a Clipsal Product Warranty Claim online!

Please complete the warranty claim form and one of our service agents will get in contact with you.

Please note:
By submitting this Warranty Claim form you are agreeing that the product is Clipsal brand and that if no fault is found with the product, or not within the warranty period, you may be charged by the Service Agent, for time, parts and labour costs. If you’re unsure if your product is faulty you can contact our Technical Support Team or via phone on 13 73 28.
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