Flush Switches, Bell Press, Bell Press illuminated

White Electric | Flush Switches, Bell Press, Bell Press illuminated

Flush Switches, Bell Press, Bell Press illuminated

Item Number: 98-WE

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basic element



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Local signalling

with lighting


without marking

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Under investigation


Control button type


Package 1 Weight

0.001 kg
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Where can I find information on the AMS (Alternate Maintenance Settings) switch, including the purpose, installation, testing, and troubleshooting? Can I install AMS onto an existing breaker?

What is the function of the AMS switch, and how should it be installed and tested, and how can you troubleshoot it if it doesn't work properly

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

The AMS solution has been superceded by the ERMS solution.  The following information pertains to the old AMS system.

The AMS switch temporarily eliminates the short-time delay setting of the circuit breaker and provides a circuit protection system with two modes: a normal mode and a maintenance mode (in which potential arc flash energy is reduced).
In normal mode, the upstream circuit breaker acts in accordance with the settings provided in the electronic trip unit that provides selective coordination of the electrical distribution system.
In maintenance mode, the upstream circuit breaker disregards the preset time-delay and operates to clear the fault condition with no intentional short-time delay. In this mode, the upstream circuit breaker responds as a ZSI circuit breaker that fails to receive a restraint signal, as described previously. By responding quickly to an arcing fault, incident energy is reduced. However, selective coordination is not preserved when the AMS is in maintenance mode.

The AMS switch is designed to be factory installed in Switchboard and Switchgear. It could also have been installed in the field but it required a breaker with an A, P, or H trip unit and purchase of the following:
  • Restraint Interface Module (RIM), catalog number S48890 (120 Vac/24 Vdc) or S48895 (240 Vac/24 Vdc).
  • Kit 84957 (label and components for required switches; includes the following
    -Instruction Bulletin NHA40218
    -AMS nameplate (80298-173-01)
    -AMS danger label (NHA41456)
    -C&KJ AMS push button (KM3301RR05Q) (button used for testing)
  • The following parts were ordered separately:
    -RIM (S48890)
    -Switch with blue indicator light (9001K11J38LLL)
    -Switch contact block (9001KA3)
    -Padlock attachment (9001K7)
    -Remote Pilot Light (the bulletin shows 9001KP1L9 or 9001KP35L9 but they use whatever they want)
See attachment for installation instructions. 

See attached bulletin for testing instructions.

Ensure wiring is correct and all components are functioning properly.

Related documentation:
• Reducing Fault Stress with Zone-Selective Interlocking (Document No. 0600DB0001)
• Guide to Power System Selective Coordination 600 V and Below  (Document No. 0100DB0603)
• Alternate Maintenance Setting (AMS) Switch Handout (Document No. 8998HO1001)
• Arc Flash Reduction Systems—Are They Always a Good Idea? (Document No. 0600DB0901)

What is the NEMA rating of the S32598 extended handle for the L frame breaker?

Product Line:
Circuit Breaker Accessories
PowerPact L

Electrical Distribution Equipment

The S32598 handle can be marked Type 12, and it is in UL file E103955, volume 3, section 8.

Can an electrical accessory be installed on an MA or MH circuit breaker in the field?

Product Line:
Legacy Circuit Breakers

If the breaker is series 2 or later, an electrical accessory can be added. Series 2 breakers have removable covers on the left and right poles alongside the handle. The series number is near the catalog number on the faceplate. Depending on the age of the breaker it may say "Series 2" or "S2". If the breaker was manufactured in 1985 or later it will be series 5.
An alarm switch (bell alarm) cannot be added in the field. This device is factory installed only.

What are the differences between Acti9 PowerTag Link C (A9XELC10) and Acti9 PowerTag Link (A9XMWD20) / Link HD (A9XMWD100)?

Acti9 PowerTag Link C (A9XELC10)
This is a cloud connected communication module which can ONLY be used with Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) app.

There is no webpage access to connect to Acti9 PowerTag Link C. All the commissioning steps are performed through the eSetup for Electricians app which is connected to PowerTag Link C using Bluetooth connectivity.
Please see more details in the PowerTagLink C Instruction Sheet and Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) brochure.

Please note that Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) app is not designed to use in residential applications and not supported for solar applications to see energy export values.***

Also, there is no option to log the kWh consumption data in the app or export them as reports.

Please download the Facility Expert SB app from Google Play or App Store and go to ‘Demo Mode’ to explore more.

*** If you are interested in solution for residential applications with solar, please check out our Wiser Energy Management solution.

Acti9 PowerTag Link (A9XMWD20) / Link HD (A9XMWD100)
These are used to monitor small/medium business electrical equipment via your supervision system through PowerTags Energy sensors.

These can be accessed via a webpage or EcoStruxure™ Power Commission software to configure and set notifications. These gateways itself do not log data.

Alternatively, PowerTag Link/Link HD can be connected to a COM’X 210/510 to connect to a cloud based platform, Facility Expert where you are able to see your energy data as well as your asset status. This platform has a yearly subscription fees and the fee depends on the inclusions in your license.

Please refer the below FAQ video and the PowerTag Link Gateway User Guide.
Set a Panel with PowerTag Energy Using PowerTag Link Webpages

What type of backup battery Is need for a DCBM2-1608

Over 7-10 years the battery requires replacing else if there is a power failure you’re risking losing time and all programming on the unit. 


The replacement battery is CR2477N 

How do you add a template tool page to the C-Bus touchscreen?

PICED > File > Add Template Content > ok then choose pages folder > select the touchscreen type then choose tools.ctp

From the File menu within PICED
1) select File then select Add Template Content option and click ok, then
2) a pop up appear and let you select the pages folder
3) select the touchscreen type from dropdown and choose the tools.ctp

4) you will see a tool page as below

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