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Acti 9
Device short name
MSC 27
Product or component type
Device application
Range compatibility
Acti 9 Isobar B distribution board
[In] rated current
250 A
Short-circuit withstand
25 kA 0.1 s
Number of ways
  • 1 way (incomer) - 3P
  • 24 ways (outgoer)
    • Number of poles
      24 27 mm
      326 mm
      215 mm
      Package 1 Weight
      453.592 g
      EU RoHS Directive
      Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
      China RoHS Regulation
      Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

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      What is the PAN assembly for C120 MCCB's

       The part code is C125123

      How many 3 pole C120 breakers can be supplied from the C125123?

      That is a 3 phase, 12 pole supply with 27mm spcaing. It will supply up to 4x 3 pole breakers.

      What distribution board is required for the CH25843 chassis?

      For the customized distribution board for 72 pole (18 mm) and 12 pole (27 mm) chassis, you need to submit request for a quote to "au.estimating@schneider-electric.com". Our Standard distribution board only goes up to 60 pole (18 mm) and 12 pole (27 mm).

      What is the component breakdown of a XB4BS8444?

      Components of an XB4BS8444.

      Product Line:
      Harmony Push Buttons

      Harmony 22mm

      Product Features

      It is a ZB4BS844 and a ZB4BZ104.

      I am looking for the 4FCS24PK Protection Kit?

      The 4FCS24PK Has been discontinued. Some contractors are required to install a metal backing behind load centres / switchboards. If this is the case we suggest obtaining sheet metal from a local fabricator.

      Will a 6.0A trip unit be backlit when it has current enough to power the trip unit?

      Product Line:
      Circuit Breakers
      PowerPact P and R
      Masterpact NW and NT
      Micrologic Ammeter

      Electrical Distribution Equipment

      Yes, all A type trip units should be lit when the breaker has enough current to power the trip unit. 

      NOTE:  An alternative option would be to apply 24vdc to F1/F2 terminals of the trip which will power the trip unit all the time.

      See trip unit bulletin for more information 48049-136-05

      ​What is the difference between the IFE (LV434010) and IFE Gateway (LV434011)?

      Product Line:
      Smart Systems

      The IFE and the IFE Gateway appear very similar (see picture below), but there is a difference.
      • The IFE (cat. no. LV434010) is the Ethernet interface for Powerpact and Masterpact LV circuit breakers.
      • The IFE Gateway (cat. no. LV434011) is the Ethernet interface for Powerpact and Masterpact LV circuit breakers, plus a gateway for Modbus-SL (serial line) connected devices. Note that the IFE Gateway is also referred to as IFE Modbus, or IFE Server.

      How do you install and setup the PowerLogic Tenant Billing custom page on an EGX300 Gateway?

      How to install and setup the PowerLogic Tenant Billing custom page on an EGX300 Gateway

      Product Line
      EGX300 Ethernet Gateway


      Installation and setup instructions required to generate bills using the PowerLogic Tenant Billing custom page on an EGX300 Gateway not readily accessible.

      The setup guide to installing the EGX Tenant Billing solution, which is a pack of custom pages that can be added to the EGX to allow users to create logical tenants for which bills can be generated, is attached below.

      Setup of the EGX Tenant Billing solution requires two steps. First the commodity_mappings.xml file must be configured for each device to be billed off.  This is described in the Commodity Mapping Configuration section within the Setup Guide.  Second, files must be placed in the monitoring folder of the EGX that the user wants to install the solution on.  This can be achieved by manually moving the files to the EGX or by using the provided billing_upload.bat file.  Both ways are described step by step below in the Batch File Setup section and the Manual Setup section within the Setup Guide.

      For further instructions on configuring the Owner information, tenants, billing points, move in/out estimate and generating bills, refer to the PowerLogic Tenant Bill Overview guide attached below.

      What are the coil voltage codes for the LC1D09 / LC2D09 through LC1D38 / LC2D38 TeSys contactors?

      What are the coil voltage codes for the LC1D09 / LC2D09through LC1D38 / LC2D38 TeSys contactors?

      Product Line:
      IEC Contactors



      The following lists the more common voltage suffix codes for these product lines.  For a more comprehensive list and to determine compatibility with a given product, refer to the catalog below.

      AC Volts ___Code     AC Volts ___Code
      12 ___ J7                   208 ___ LE7
      21 ___ Z7                   220 ___ M7
      24 ___ B7                  230 ___ P7
      32 ___ C7                  240 ___ U7
      36 ___ CC7               277 ___ W7
      42 ___ D7                  380 ___ Q7
      48 ___ E7                   400 ___ V7
      60 ___ EE7                415 ___ N7
      100 ___ K7                440 ___ R7
      110 ___ F7                480 ___ T7
      115 ___ FE7              575 ___ SC7
      120 ___ G7                600 ___ X7
      127 ___ FC7              690 ___ Y7
      200 ___ L7                
      Standard Coil                Low Consumption
      DC Volts ___Code          DC Volts ___Code
      12 ___ JD                           5 ___ AL
      24 ___ BD                         12 ___ JL
      36 ___ CD                         20 ___ ZL
      48 ___ ED                         24 ___ BL
      60 ___ ND                         48 ___ EL
      72 ___ SD                         72 ___ SL
      110 ___ FD                       96 ___ DL
      125 ___ GD                     110 ___ FL
      220 ___ MD                    220 ___ ML
      250 ___ UD                     250 ___ UL
      440 ___ RD                

      Video: Can you read trip history from the LCD screen on the Micrologic A (Ammeter) trip units? 2.0A, 3.0A, 5.0A, and 6.0A

      Product Line:
      Micrologic A (Ammeter) Trip Units 2.0A, 3.0A, 5.0A and 6.0A

      No, the Micrologic A (Ammeter) trip units do not store trip history. For that you need a Micrologic P (Power) or H (Harmonic) trip unit. (see document 48049-136-05 for complete information).

      While the A trip unit does not have trip history, it does capture the peak current that has flowed through the breaker. That can be seen on the trip unit in the "Peak Menu". To access the information, press the "menu" button on the trip unit (trip unit screen must be powered). The first time the menu button is pressed, the screen displays the "Current Menu". Repeated pressing of the menu button cycles the screens in the following order:
      -Current Menu
      -Peak Menu
      -Trip Unit Settings

      Following are the details:

      Current Menu
      The Current Menu displays the real-time amount of current flowing through the breaker for each phase (IA, IB, IC), plus any ground-fault current (Ig). For 4-pole breakers, it also shows the amount of neutral current (In). Neutral current is not displayed for 3-pole breakers.

      Peak Menu
      The Peak Menu displays the maximum (peak) current that has flowed through the breaker for each phase (IpA, IpB, IpC), plus the maximum ground-fault current (Ipg). For 4-pole breakers, it also shows the maximum neutral current (Ipn). Neutral current is not displayed for 3-pole breakers. Note that the peak current is not necessarily the same as the trip current. In other words, a breaker that has never tripped will still show a peak current. Also, the peak current values remain stored in the trip unit even if it is removed from the breaker. To reset those peak values, scroll to each of the values to be reset, then press and hold the scroll button for 3 seconds.

      Trip Unit Settings
      The Trip Unit Settings are the ampere pickup values and the time delay values, based on the combination of the trip unit dial settings and the breaker in which the trip unit is installed. The values include Long-Time Pickup (Ir) and Delay (tr), Short-time Pickup (Isd) and Delay (tsd), Instantaneous Pickup (Ii), and Ground-Fault Pickup (Ig) and Delay (tg). Note that if the trip unit is removed from the breaker and connected to 24Vdc power supply, the values default to Ir of 100A. These reset once the trip unit is re-installed in a breaker. Not all trip unit have all the following settings, check the trip unit itself for applicable values.