Max 4 Connector Strip 12Term 20A

Max 4 Connector Strip 12Term 20A

Max 4 Connector Strip 12Term 20A

Item Number: BP3

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Qty UoM EAN Colour



Product brand


Range of product

Blue Point


[In] rated current

20 A

Connector type

  • 1 screw terminals
  • 2 screw terminals
    • Number of poles


      Mounting support



      17 mm grid pattern:


      139 mm

      Ambient air temperature for operation

      190 °C

      EU RoHS Directive


      Mercury free


      RoHS exemption information


      China RoHS Regulation

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



      bakelite: insulation


      Distance between centers

      hole: 23 mm

      Cable cross section

      4-4 mm² fine stranded without cable end sleeve

      Minimum mounting height

      16 mm

      Package 1 Weight

      0.065 kg
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is a bPF fault on the ATS22 soft starter?

      What is a bPF fault on the ATS22 soft starter?

      Product Line:
      Altistart ATS22


      Bypass contactor detected fault

      Check for a welded bypass contactor or shorted SCR.
      If you find a shorted SCR or bypass contactor, you will need to replace the soft starter.
      Reference the manual BBV51330 of ATS22 installation guide.

      What is the part number for a BPA sign in the Medilec range?

       The part number for a BPA sign in the Medilec range is SIGN/BPA.

      Some of the key features are:

      • Made from sturdy laminex
      • Adhesive on each corner for easy installation
      • Supplied with “test and date” stickers


      For further information please visit


      Is the voltage code BD3 valid for a CA3DN40 relay?

      Is the voltage code BD3 valid for a CA3DN40 relay?

      Product Line:
      Tesys Relays

      All Products

      Product selection

      No.  The voltage code BD3 is for the CA4D Low Consumption relays only.   A 24 volt DC coil with built in transient suppression is not available on the CA3D relay.    Use the add on LA4DA1E varister style or the LA4DC1U diode style add on transient suppressors on the CA3D relays.

      Can BPH motors be used with the Lexiium 32 Servo drives?

      Yes, the BPH motors are compatible with Lexium 32 servo drives. They are to be characterized as third party motors.  If using a BPH motor with resolver, you will need to use a resolver option card P/N : VW3 M3 401. If using a BPH motor with encoder feedback, you will need to use an encoder option card.VW3 M3 403 (for hiperface encoder) along with a Lexum 32 modular drive (32M). The third party motor commissioning tool within SoMove helps calculate the offset to commutate the motor.

      What causes a OP3 fault on the ATV212 drive?

      What causes a OP3 fault on the ATV212 drive?

      Product Line:
      ATV21 ATV212 Altivar 212, Altivar 21 drives

      All models, All serial numbers

      OP3 fault is caused by overvoltage during constant speed operation.  This could be caused by abnormal fluctuation of the input voltage, Power networks greater than 200kVA, Power factor correction switching, SCR's switching on the Power network, the load regenerating into the drive or intermittent output phase loss. 

      Confirm the motor nameplate information matches settings in the drive.  Confirm that the drive is sized correctly for the load and application.

      tYP = 2 (60Hz)
      tHr = motor FLA
      uLu = motor voltage
      F415 = motor FLA
      F417 = motor RPM

      Set F626 = 150% (increases the DC bus overvoltage threshold)
      Set AU1 = 0 (disables Auto ramp)

      Check the setting of Pt parameter (type of control) matches the application. 

      Check to make sure that the load is not spinning without drive's input (such as fan applications). If the load is spinning too fast in the wrong direction, the drive won't be able to catch it. If this is the case, try installing a mechanical brake to prevent this issue. 

      Check the setting of F301 Catch on the fly and try setting it to 4 (Each start)

      MHDA1056N00 servo drive replacement

      Replacement for the MHDA1056N00 drive

      Product Line:

      The MHDA1056N00 servo drive is obsolete.
      The closest match is the LXM32MC10N4 (11kW instead of 14kW)
      The BPH motor will also have to be replaced.

      Looking for servo motor BPH190AK5MA2CA1

      Looking for servo motor BPH190AK5MA2CA1

      Lexium BPH motors

      This family of motors is obsolete. 
      The best option is to contact our service department at:
      Toll Free: +800-468-5342 ext. Opt #2
      Fax: +978-975-9425, Attention Dave D.

      Will Unity Pro version 8 run on Windows XP?

      Yes, Unity Pro will run on  Win XP but SP3 is required.

      What is the IP protection class for the BPH motor power and feedback cables?

      The only available IP protection for the power and feedback cables is IP 67.

      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL182113 V1.0, Originally authored by TVe on 02/13/2007, Last Edited by TVe on 02/13/2007
      Related ranges: Lexium 17D

      What does BP designate at the end of a 9013F part number?

      What does the form BP mean at the end of a pressure switch part number

      Product Line:
      All Schneider Electric products

      Products sold and used in the United States

      Customer needs to know what BP stands for at the end of a class 9013 part number.
      The BP at the end of part numbers such as 9013FSG2J20BP calls out for a blister pack, this will come in plastic to hang on a display.

      9013, 9013 type F, type G 9013F, 9013G, blister pack, form BP, BP, bulk pack

      What is the difference between D3 and D voltage code for the low consumption D-Line contactors?

      Low consumption D-Line contactors

      Product Line:
      Contactors and Overload Relays

      TeSys™ D Contactors and Overload Relays

      Both coils are rated the same DC voltage.  D3 incidcates the coil provides integral transient suppression.

      How to perform MSET on a BPH motor using Lexium 17/15 Servo Drive?

      Issue:  Although the BPH motors that are used with the Lexium 17 and 15 range of Servo drives are factory MSET, occasionally there may be a need to MSET this in the field due to commutation error being reported. 

      Product Line: Lexium BPH


      Cause: Due to an incorrect offset value set in the drive, the drive may report a F25, commutation error.

      Resolution: This resolution discusses the MSET procedure for a BPH motor with a Lexium 17/15 series drive.

      Proper commutation and position feedback are required to interface a particular servo drive and motor combination. When using Schneider Electric BPH motors and Lexium drives, this setup (or “characterization”) process has been completed and verified for the user at the factory. Occasionally there may be a need to MSET the BPH motor and this is detailed in this procedure.
      Perform the following steps, as described, and in the order presented, to complete the MSET procedure. 
      1.    Disconnect the Motor from the Mechanical Load
      2.    Electrical Connections
      A.   Verify that the required electrical connections for drive power, logic power, motor power and resolver are as described in the Lexium drive user manual.
      B.   Apply 24VDC logic and AC input power to confirm proper drive startup sequence and self-checks.
       Follow this MSET procedure only if the drive firmware is ver 5.51 and above.
       Connect to the drive using Hyperterm…
      1. Type OPMODE followed by Enter – note down the Opmode (xx) the drive is set to.
      1. Type OPMODE 2 followed by Enter – switch to digital torque mode
           C.     Type 'EN' followed by Enter.

           D.     Type "Zero" followed by ENTER - Motor shaft will jump to nearest pole. MPHASE value is automatically set.
      1. Type SAVE
      1. Type OPMODE xx followed by enter ( where xx is the default value that was originally set for the application.)
           G.    Type COLDSTART (the drive will reboot)
      This completes the MSET procedure.
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