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Key Features & Specifications

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Clipsal
Device presentation
basic element
Control button type
push-button
Actuator
push-button
Device mounting
flush
Local signalling
with lighting
Marking
without marking
EU RoHS Directive
Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
Environmental Disclosure
ENVPEP130201EN
Circularity Profile
N/A

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the dimensions Clipsal 2157/4

Dimensions  -  279 x 98 x 58d

Does the Model 98 have to be run in 4 wire mode?

The Model 98 can be run in 2 wire rs485 mode by jumpering the plus and minus terminals.
As with any modbus daisy chain, do not switch between 2-wire and 4-wire comms without an adapter such as the CNV100.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL208787 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 08/04/2012, Last Edited by MaTh on 08/04/2012
Related ranges: Model 98 DTC

How to Reset the Maximum Stored Temperature on a Model 98 Temperature Controller

Product Line
Model 98 Digital Temperature Controller

Resolution
Press the Max Memory RESET button found on the front panel of the Model 98 Digital Temperature Controller to clear the memory of the maximum stored temperature. This causes the current, highest winding temperature to become the stored maximum temperature.

Model 98 Temperature Controller Instruction Bulletin

Product Line
Model98 Temperature Controller

Environment
Documentation

Resolution
Please see the attached document, 43500-054-26A.

Which driver should be used for the Model 98A in SPM and PME?

Issue
Schneider Electric has 2 temperature controllers:
Model 98 - Black face plate.
Model 98A - Green and white face plate (newer model) 

Which driver is required to communicate to the Model 98A. Can the same driver used for the Model 98 be used for the Model 98A?

Product Line
Model 98
Model 98A
ION Enterprise
StruxureWare Power Monitoring (SPM)
Power Monitoring Expert (PME)

Environment
Management Console
Driver

Resolution
The Model 98A uses the same driver as the Model 98. Please reference the below links for the Model 98 driver.

SPM 7.x and ION 6.0 Model 98 driver
PME 8.0 and PME 8.1 Model 98/98A driver
PME 8.2 and PME 9.0 Model 98/98A driver
 

Is there a mounting block that suits the 40?

Yes, there is a mounting block for the 40. The part number is 447.

Some of the key features are:
  • Moulded mounting blocks
  • With metal inserts
  • 3 mounting screw positions
  • suits 40, 40D and switches with 115x48 mm flush plates and 98 mm mounting centres

For further information please visithttps://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=447

 

How do I get Modsoft to open up to full screen display while I try to run it under WIN 2000?

The command to get Modsoft to change window size is ALT+<ENTER>; however Modsoft is not supported under WIN 2000. Users may try running the application under it; however successful operation cannot be guaranteed. One of the common problems is Modsoft will not open up to full screen. Regrettably there is no means to resolve this issue other than to reinstall the software under a supported OS, such as WIN 95, WIN 98 or DOS.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL171500 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Modsoft

Is there a skirting mount double power outlet rated to 15A, 250V?

Unfortunately not, we do not have skirting mount double power outlet rated to 250V 15A .

In 15A , 250V, skirting mount, we have the following options:

16/15 -  Single Power Outlet 250V 15A, Skirting Mount, Plate size 98 x 41mm at centre.
For further information, please visit
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=16/15

16/2MF1510 - Double Power Outlet 250V 15A and 10A combination, Skirting Mount, suits ducting (156.5 x 44mm).
For further information, please visit
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=16/2MF1510

 

J'ai des clients qui n'arrivent pas a installer powersuite sur leur PC, il y' a le message erreur de script MSIEXEC.EXEC; Apres analyse sur des pc ave...

Goals and Symptoms

J'ai des clients qui n'arrivent pas a installer powersuite sur leur PC, il y' a le message erreur de script MSIEXEC.EXEC; Après analyse sur des pc avec système d'exploitation windows XP, tout ce passe bien alors que ceux disposant windows 2000 et 98 , le message d'erreur apparaît.Enter your query

Facts and Changes

Powersuite Windows XP

Causes and Fixes

En fait il s'agit de problèmes de VBScript ( mauvaise version ou version installée dans le PC différente ); ce problème est difficile à résoudre car non systématique; cela dépend de la version de l'OS et de la langue.
La solution consiste à mettre à jour le VBscript par téléchargement sur le site de Microsoft. Supprimer le VB installé et prendre la dernière version disponible chez Microsoft ou ceux fournis sur le CD de PowerSuite.

What are the Windows Platforms for the Advantys Configuration Software STBSPU1000 version 1.20?

As of August 2004, the Advantys configuration software version 1.20 supports the following windows operating systems:

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Operating System
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Edition/Service Pack
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Special Considerations
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Windows 98
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Second Edition (SE)
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For Windows 98 (SE), we recommend that you limit physical memory size to a maximum of 256 MB and set up contiguous permanent swap files.
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Windows NT 4.0
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Service pack 6 or above
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For Windows NT, you need administration privileges to install the Advantys configuration software.
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Windows 2000
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Service pack 1 or above
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For Windows 2000, you need administration privileges to install the Advantys configuration software.
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Windows XP
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N/A
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The browser needs to be Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 or higher.
 

What is PowerLogic Web Page Generator (WPG) and location to download the tool?

Issue
What is PowerLogic Web Page Generator (WPG) and location to download the tool?

Product Line
PowerLogic Web Page Generator (WPG)

Environment 
Installing PowerLogic Webpage Generator tool 

Cause
Customer wants to know what is Powerlogic Web Page Generator and where can they download it from. 

Resolution
The Web Page Generator is a unique tool that creates "custom" web pages for a specific power equipment lineup from very simple user input. With no knowledge of HTML or JavaScript, a user can create a complete web based interface for his power equipment. Utilizing the embedded web server in the PowerLogic CM3000 or CM4000 circuit monitor with Ethernet Communications Card (ECC21), PowerLogic PM800 power meter with PM8ECC(new) Ethernet Communications Card or the Powerlogic EGX400 Ethernet Gateway, the WebPageGenerator (WPG) creates web pages and loads them to the embedded web server providing a simple web interface for viewing real-time and historical information from power monitoring, control, and circuit protective devices. 

Minimum System Requirements

  • Windows XP, 2000(SP2), NT 4.0, or 98 SE
  • Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
  • 30MB of available hard drive space

As of 05 May 2015, the latest version of this tool is V3.6 which can be downloaded directly from link provided below. 

V3.6 Download Link:
https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/WPGv3.6/
*Note: an older Windows OS may be required to install this software (pre-Windows 7).

For an example of how to add Webpages see FA232892.

What are the Square D part numbers for the fans used internal to the ATV66D33N4U?

Issue:
What are the Square D part numbers for the fans used internal to the  ATV66D33N4U?
 
Product Line:
ATV66
 
Environment:
Fans
 
Cause:
n/a 

Resolution:
Each of these drives have the VZ3V665 heat sink fan which is the larger fan located in the bottom of the unit. The NMB part number for this fan is 5915PC-23T-B30.
Each of these drives have the VZ3V6654 power board stirring fan which is a small fan located in the upper left side of the unit.
Only the ATV66D54N4U, ATV66D64N4U, ATV66D79N4U and ATV66D46M2U drives also have a VZ3V6655 capacitor bank fan located above the power terminal block.

These drives are the Frame Size 4 and Frame Size 5 ATV66.

The part numbers are listed on page 98 (page 104 in Adobe Acrobat) of the VD0C06S304E Receiving, Installation and Sart Up manual in Appendix A - Spare parts list.  The part # for the fans of the other size units is also listed in this table.


 

ProWORX 32 returns a 'Runtime 13 type mismatch' error.

Goals and Symptoms

The purpose of this resolution is to provide information about the problem of a 'Runtime 13 type mismatch' error
getting returned when ProWORX 32 is started.
 

Facts and Changes

A Runtime Error 13 can be the result of one of the following four (4) problems.

  • The "layout.acf" file is corrupted. You can try deleting the file. The file can be found under the PROWORX\32 folder.
(The file automatically gets recreated when ProWORX 32 starts.)
  • The "prwx32.ini" is corrupted. You can try deleting the file. The file can be found under the PROWORX\32 folder.
(The file automatically gets recreated when ProWORX 32 starts.).
  • There is a problem with the authorization. You can try to re-authorize the software.
  • The 'comct332.ocx' file has been overwritten with either an unsupported or older version by a third party software
installation (i.e., Rosemount AMS software, Square D SMS software, etc.). ProWORX 32 installs version : 6.00.8450.
An unknown or older version of the 'comct332.ocx' file could cause ProWORX 32 to crash with a Runtime Error 13.

Causes and Fixes


If you also have either the Rosemount 'AMS' software or Square D 'SMS' software installed, it is most likely that
the 'comct332.ocx' is either an unsupported or older version. The problem can be resolved using the following steps;

1.) Open a command prompt window
2.) Change the path to the Windows\System32 directory
3.) Type the following command to unregister the ocx file.

regsvr32 -u comct332.ocx

4) Locate and rename the 'comct332.ocx' file to 'comct332.ocx.old'.

5) Copy the latest version of the '.ocx' file into the windows\system32 directory.

COMCT332.OCX

6.) Open a command prompt window
7.) Change the path to the Windows\System32 directory
8.) Type the following command to register the '.ocx' file.

regsvr32 comct332.ocx

Note: Windows 98 and Windows ME users should be able to locate the 'comct332.ocx' file under the 'Windows\System'
folder.
 

'Windows Installer version 2.0 is required' error gets returned when trying to install the Advantys Configuration Software

Goals and Symptoms

'Windows Installer version 2.0 is required' error gets returned when trying to install the Advantys
Configuration Software.

Facts and Changes

All versions of Advantys Configuration Software.

Causes and Fixes

'Windows Installer version 2.0 is required' error gets returned when trying to install the Advantys
Configuration Software. When you click on the OK button to close the error window, the following
error is also returned.


The problem could occur in 'Windows XP' due to the following:

  • The Windows registry settings for 'Advantys' somehow got corrupted during the installation.
  • The Windows registry settings for 'Advantys' did not get written because the user did not
have full administrative rights.
  • Windows Installer version 3.1 or later is not installed.

Note: 'Windows Installer version 2.0' is included on the installation CD but, it only works with
'Windows 2000', 'Windows 98/ME', 'Windows NT4' or 'Windows 95'. 'Windows XP'
requires version 3.1 or later.


If the 'Windows Installer' is at version 3.1 or later and the user is logged on as an administrator:
  • Uninstall the 'Advantys Configuration Software'.
  • Clean the registry (Reference resolution titled 'How To Completely remove 'Advantys
Configuration Software. from the PC').
  • Reboot the PC.
  • Log into the PC as an administrator.
  • Install the 'Advantys Configuration Software'.


If the user did not have full administrative rights.
  • Uninstall the 'Advantys Configuration Software'.
  • Clean the registry (Reference resolution titled 'How To Completely remove 'Advantys
Configuration Software. from the PC').
  • Reboot the PC.
  • Log into the PC as an administrator.
  • Install the 'Advantys Configuration Software'.


If the 'Windows Installer' is not at version 3.1 or later:
  • Uninstall the 'Advantys Configuration Software'.
  • Clean the registry (Reference resolution titled 'How To Completely remove 'Advantys
Configuration Software. from the PC').
To verify the 'Windows Installer' version:
  • Open the 'C:\Windows\system32' folder.
  • Move the mouse cursor over the file named 'msi.dll' until the properties windows appears.



If all of the above solutions have been tried and the error still gets returned,
  • Open the CD.
  • Right click on the file named 'Start'.
  • Select 'Properties.
  • Click on 'Compatibility'.
  • Click on 'Run this program in compatibility mode for:
  • Select the one of the options (i.e., 'Windows 98 /Windows Me').
  • Click on the 'Apply' button.
  • Click on 'OK'.
  • Install the 'Advantys Configuration Software'.



 

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL190747 V1.0, Originally authored by AlCh on 01/22/2008, Last Edited by AlCh on 01/22/2008
Related ranges: Advantys STB

Some PowerLogic Legacy Devices require a control power reset when changing communication connection to an EGX100, EGX200, EGX400.

Goals and Symptoms

Summary:
Some Legacy PowerLogic devices require a control power cycle if the communication connection is changed. Others automatically switch protocols like the Series 2000 Circuit Monitor (CM2000) and the Series 600 Power Meter (PM600). The PowerLogic legacy devices that are affected include; the Series 100, 200, Circuit Monitor, the PIFIII (PIF3 - interface to the Micrologic series 2 breakers), Digital Relay (DR1000), Temperature Interface to the model 85 temperature controller (PIF85), and PowerLink Gen 1 (Powerlink AS).

Symptoms:
One symptom is that some of the devices in the daisy chain were communicating to the previous master device. After the switch to another communication master the communication fails. The wiring and communication settings were verified and is known to be correct.

Another Symptom may be that some of the devices like a Series 2000 Circuit Monitor or Modbus devices are communicating but the legacy devices are not.

Facts and Changes

PowerLogic legacy devices that require control power cycles to change protocol:
Series 100, 200 Circuit monitor = CM100, CM150, CM200, CM250, CM144, CM244
Digital Relay = DR, DR1000
PowerLogic Interface for Micrologic Series 2 breakers = PIF3, PIFIII
PowerLogic Interface for Model 98 controller = PIF85
PowerLink AS panel = PLKAS

PowerLogic legacy devices that automatically change protocol:
Series 2000 Circuit Monitor = CM2050, CM2150m CM2250, CM2350, and CM2450
Series 600 Power Meter = PM620 and PM650

Keywords:
Comms loss, communication error

Causes and Fixes


Cause:
The cause is that some PowerLogic legacy devices set the protocol based on the first packet communicated to them. They can communicate PowerLogic (Symax) or PNIM / RNIM. Once the device has communicated to the master device it will remain as the communication protocol until the control power is cycled. The communications loss typically occurs when the master device type is changed from one that supports PowerLogic (Symax) protocol to one that supports RNIM / PNIM protocol.

Below is a list of master devices and the RS485 protocols they support:
ECC21, PM8ECC, EGX100, EGX200, EGX400 = RNIM (PNIM) protocol with the latest firmware (v 3.3 firmware and older was PowerLogic (Symax), Modbus RTU, Jbus
ECMRM, ECM2000 = RNIM (PNIM) protocol, Modbus RTU
PowerServer Comm 1 and Comm 2 = PowerLogic (Symax) protocol, Modbus RTU, Jbus
EGW = RNIM (PNIM) protocol, Modbus RTU
Sylink Card RS485 port= RNIM (PNIM) protocol
MCI101 = PowerLogic (Symax) protocol, Modbus RTU
PowerLogic Network Interface Module (PNIM) = RNIM (PNIM)
NR&D SPE4, EPE5 = both protocols supported and manually set on the port + modbus RTU


Resolution:
To resolve this issue first connect the device (daisy chain) to the new master device and cycle the control power to the PowerLogic meter or device.

How to install a Virtual O/S on your computer?

Goals and Symptoms

The purpose of this resolution is to describe the procedure for installing one or more Virtual O/S on your computer.
Some of Schneider's older software are not qualified to work on the newer operating systems. So, by providing the ability to install older O/S within the current Windows O/S environment, Microsoft Virtual PC proves to be an excellent option to have these software work on your newer machines without having to retain the older desktop/laptop(s).

Facts and Changes

No units are affected by this resolution. Legacy Software that do not operate on newer Windows operating systems may however use this option.

Causes and Fixes

The following is a step by step procedure to install Microsoft virtual PC on your computer.

1. First download the appropriate version of Microsoft Virtual PC that supports the operating system you plan to use to run your application on, from the Microsoft web site - https://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/default.aspx. Choose the correct architecture (32-bit or 64-bit) for your computer and download the appropriate setup.exe file.
2.You will need the image of the operating system that you plan to install on the Virtual console. It is the file with a .vhd extension. (Note: if you do not have the .vhd image file, you will need to install the desired operating system on the Virtual PC from a floppy/CD when prompted. Select the option in step 8 below to use "A new virtual hard disk" in this case. An image file gets created automaticallywhen the installation of the O/S is complete.)
3. After installing Virtual PC on your computer, launch the Virtual PC Console. This will invoke the New Virtual Machine Wizard as shown below.



4. Click next to continue. Select the option to create a virtual machine. This is the default option.



5. Provide a name to the virtual name - for example, Windows_98_OS as shown in the screen capture below.



6. Click next to continue. Select the operating system from the pull down menu as shown.



7. Click next to continue and select the "using the recommended RAM" option.



8. Click next to continue and select the "using an existing virtual hard disk option."



10. Browse to the virtual hard disk location where the .vhd file for the O/S is located on your PC.
Leave the Enable undo disks box unchecked.



11. Click the Finish button to complete creating the new virtual machine wizard.



12. The O/S will be displayed on the Virtual PC Console as shown below.



13. By clicking the Start button, you may launch the virtual operating system (Windows 98 for example).

14. Now use the CD pull down menu on the Virtual Operating system and select the capture ISO image option.

15. Select the CD image you would need to capture by browsing to the folder. (Change the file type to All files (*.*) - you must have
a .vfd file in this folder)

16. From the pull down menu for "Action" select the "Install or Update Virtual Machine additions."

17. Click the Continue button on the dialog window that pops up as shown below.



18. Invoke the "Settings for the O/S" window from the Edit-> Settings pull down menu option.



19. You may now share any folder from your host PC by clicking the "Share Folder" button on the right.



20. One or more folders may be shared. This enables access to the files resident in the Host PC from the virtual PC in the virtual environment.

21. New Folder(s) needs to be created in the Virtual PC environment and the files moved into from the above share folder(s) to be able to execute them.

21. You may now close the virtual machine window by clicking the 'X" and use the "Save State" option to save the current state of the virtual machine.
This will enable you to go to the main screen when the virtual O/S is launched from the virtual console without having to go through the
boot process for the virtual O/S.



22. The Virtual PC console will appear as below.



23. Below is an important message on using the mouse pointer in and outside the virtual machine window.



24. This completes the installation of a virtual O/S on your computer.
 


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL193065 V1.0, Originally authored by TVe on 10/29/2008, Last Edited by TVe on 10/29/2008
Related ranges: Other programming software