MSC18 CHASSIS ASSY 250A 60 POL

Msc18 Chassis Assy 250A 60 Pol

Catalogue Number: C325603
MSC18 CHASSIS ASSY 250A 60 POL
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Colour: Per UOM Std.
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What is the PAN assembly for C120 MCCB's

 The part code is C125123

Is part code C325603TFW top or bottom fed

The phase indication is affixed on site

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).

Can you change the trip settings on a Micrologic trip unit with the breaker energized?

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

Environment:
Electrical Distribution Equipment

Resolution:
We do not recommend doing making changes to trip unit while energized. We can not guarantee that the breaker will not trip and there are safety concerns working on energized equipment.
 

Is it possible to see the fault current and fault type after tripping in Compact NSX with Micrologic 5 and Micrologic 6.

Yes, it is possible to see the fault current and fault type after tripping in Compact NSX with Micrologic 5 and Micrologic 6. The external 24V DC must be provided to Micrologics. After Fault trip, the type of fault (Ir, Isd, Ii, Ig), the phase concerned and the interrupted current will be displayed by the Micrologic 5 and 6.

Remote Display Cable Pinouts for CM3, CM4, and PM8 Series Meters

Issue
Customer may need to know the pinout for the remote display cables for the PM8, CM3, and/or CM4 meters

Product Line
CM3000
CM4000
PM800

Environment
Cabling Pinout

Resolution
The CM3000, CM4000, and PM800 all use the same display cable, whose current part numbers are CAB4 (4' length), CAB12 (12' length), and CAB 30 (30' length).
These display cables utilize a 6 pin RJ-11 jack with 26 AWG wire.
They are RS-232, so 50ft is the maximum length.
The pinout is shown below:

Are the display cables for the Power Meter and the Circuit Monitor the same?

Issue
Does the pinout for the display cables match between the Power Monitor and circuit monitor

Product Line
CM3000
CM4000
PM800
PM600

Environment
Cabling Pinout

Resolution
This depends on the model number of the meters in question. The CM3000, CM4000, and PM800 all use the same display cable. The PM600, on the other hand, uses a different pinout and will not function properly with a CM3/CM4/PM8 display cable. Despite the different pinouts, both display cables utilize a 6 pin RJ-11 jack with 26 AWG wire. Both cables are RS-232, thus 50ft is the maximum length. If the displays or cables are interchanged, no damage will occur. The pinouts are shown below:

CM3000 (CM3) and CM4000 (CM4) Recommended Install Practice

Issue
Best installation practices for the CM3000 and CM4000 series

Product Line
CM3000
CM4000
CM4000T

Environment
Installation

Resolution
It is recommended that for the installation of the CM3250, CM3350, CM4250 or CM4000T that an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) or Ride-Through Module (RTM) be installed on the control power supply for the device. This is especially important when doing data logging and waveform capture. This practice will continue to provide power if an event occurs that would interrupt power to the Circuit Monitor device and interrupt the capture of important data. Interruption such as this while recording data in logs or waveform captured could potentially result in loss of data during the event. Please implement this practice when installing Circuit Monitor devices if possible.

When installing the CM4000, Allow for easy access to all parts of the circuit monitor. Allow extra space for all wires,fuse disconnects, shorting blocks, accessories, or other components. Make sure to route the wires so that they do not cover the option card slots, I/O extender, current/voltage module, or cooling vents on the circuit monitor. The circuit monitor can be mounted horizontally or vertically. The recommended orientation is to mount it vertically in an equipment metering compartment, making sure the control power connector is towards the top. 

How to perform a master reset (memory clear) to the Series 3000, 4000 Circuit Monitor and Series 800 Power Meter.

Issue
How to perform a master reset (memory clear) to the Circuit Monitor 3000 and 4000 and Power Meter 800 series.

Product Line
CM3000 series
CM4000 series
PM800 series

Environment
Master Reset

Cause
Engineer needs to reset the meter to factory setting and reset the memory on the meters.

Warning: This procedure will reset all meter settings back to factory defaults except for the communication settings. 
It is recommended that all settings such as system type, current transformer ratio, potential transformer ratios, energy readings, I/O setup, data log setup, and data logged be recorded before proceeding.

Resolution
1. Write the decimal value of 9020 to register 8000. This will put the meter into setup mode
2. Write the decimal value 1023 to register 8001. This step tells the meter to clear all information except for the communication settings.
    Optional: To reset all settings including communication settings write a decimal 9999 to register 8001.
3. Write the decimal value 1120 to register 8000. The value 1120 represents the command to clear the parameters set by the contents of register 8001.
4. Wait at least 20 seconds for the meter to reboot before going to step 5.
5. Write a decimal value of 1130 to register 8000.  This will reconfigure the meter with the default factory settings.

Note: This procedure can be performed from the front panel display or communications software, such as Modbus Tester as shown below.



A master reset will clear all the cumulative and derived quantities from the meter, including demand, peak demand, energy, revenue and test mode parameters. In addition, it will reset the meter's event, waveform, and onboard data logs. For PowerLogic meters settings such as the mode will reset back to factory default. Since a master reset doesn't change any settings that might affect communications a master reset should not be used to correct any communications issues.