Standard Series, Switch Plate Only 2 Aperture

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Standard Series, Switch Plate Only 2 Aperture

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Standard Series

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Mercury free


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How to troubleshoot ATS480 with "INF6" when an optional communication card VW3A3720 is inserted?

Unfortunately, ATS480 is only compatible to VW3A3720 on version v2.1IE28 and higher. When we put an optional communication card VW3A3720 below this version, it will come up with INF6.
To update the firmware of the optional communication card VW3A3720, we will need the software: EcoStruxure Automation Device Maintenance
The software is available on se.com via this link:
EcoStruxure Automation Device Maintenance V3.0 Software - Release | Schneider Electric
Once installed, please launch Schneider Electric Software Update (SESU) and check that EADM is up-to-date.
Minimum required version is v3.0.196.
The following certificates must be installed:
The Ethernet package is also needed and available on se.com via this link:
Ethernet Firmware for VW3A3720 V2.1 IE28 | Schneider Electric (se.com)
Please note, VW3A3721 card is not compatible with ATS480.
The update procedure is available in EADM folder:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Schneider Electric\Automation Device Maintenance\Documents

Step 1.
Check the firmware version of the optional module VW3A3720, this is "V1.FIE26", below v2.1IE28, update is needed
Step 2.
Setup the IP address of the communication module so that it would become visible to your network
Step 3.
Open the software "EcoStruxure Automation Device Maintenance" software, later referred as EADM. Add the device, to me, I am in a local Modbus TCP connection, therefore I select MODBUS(TCP), and input the IP address I setup in previous STEP 2.

The device will show up.
Step 4.
Unzip the downloaded firmware, and put to the address set in the "Package Setting".
Default is: C:\Users\Public\Documents\Schneider Electric\Data Packages
The firmware we put in the "Data Package" should show up in the list in "Data Package" after restarting the software. We will need to save the project, you will be required to set up a password, (it will need to be strong password).
Step 5.
Open the saved project, make sure the "dot" on the left top corner is in yellow, else there is issue with connection. Select the Data Package from the red box, and click the button in the green box.
In the pop-up, select "Anonymous" and click "Connect", if the connection is successful, we should see a green tick, and green indicator, the correct description of the drive will also show up. If unsuccessful, the "Invalid credentials" may show up, this is usually caused by the cybersecurity setting in drive. Or the firewall is enabled that blocked the communication (especially common for internal Schneider users).
While the communication is OK, we select the device, and find "Update Firmware" button at the bottom of the page. After we click "Update Firmware", click "Confirm" on the pop-up window, and it will show "Confirmation required", click on the "Bell" button, select the device, read the warning carefully and confirm when all is ready.
The update will start and complete automatically when is done, the drive will reboot.
If we double check, the INF6 will go away and firmware of VW3A3720 is now V2.1 IE28.

Which steps should I take for installing and configuring my NEW APC Back-UPS?


Which steps should I take for installing and configuring my NEW APC Back-UPS?

Product Line:

All APC Back-UPS product families.


All models and serial number ranges.

Cause / Resolution:

1. I just bought a Back-UPS product how do I get started?
Locate the user manual and follow its installation instructions carefully.

2. What is the most common mistake when setting up a Back-UPS product?
All Back-UPS products ship with their batteries disconnected to conform with the department of transportation. All current Back-UPS products will still turn on with the internal battery disconnected, however they will also give a repetitive audible alarm and flashing icon until the internal battery is connected. Refer to the Back-UPS product's user manual for instructions on how to connect the battery.

3. How much equipment can I plug into the Back-UPS product?
All Back-UPS products have a watt rating that denotes the maximum wattage you can plug into the battery outlets and still have runtime during a power disturbance. Please refer to the user manual for this rating. If the rating is exceeded the Back-UPS product will be overloaded. Check your equipment nameplate and look for "true power" rating in watts "W" and compare it with UPS true power rating. It's always a best practice to connect loads with no more than 80% of it's full capacity to give way for possible inrush current on startup.

4. What is the difference between the "surge only outlets" and the "backup plus surge protection outlets"?
In the event of a power failure anything plugged into the "backup plus surge protection outlets" (assuming the watt rating is not exceeded see question #3) will be supported by the internal battery inside the Back-UPS product, where as the equipment plugged into the surge only outlets will just loose power. Surge only outlet is a straight through power path from the source to the output passing the surge protection circuit. This outlet will only provide output power if input power source is available.

5. How do I know what to plug in where?
This depends on the user. APC recommends that the Computer and monitor be plugged into the "backup plus surge protection outlets", and as for any other device you need to ask yourself "When power goes out do I need to….Insert device's function". 

Example: You have a 15 inch monitor, a small desktop computer, a printer, a scanner, a cable modem, speakers and a USB hub.
- When power goes out do I need to Shutdown the computer gracefully? Yes, so this would go into the battery outlets.
- When Power goes out do I need to print from the printer? No, so the Printer would be plugged into the surge only outlets.
- When Power goes out do I need to Scan something? No, so the Scanner would be plugged into the surge only outlets.
- When Power goes out, can I afford to lose internet connection? No, so internet modems should also plugged in to the UPS.

And you would repeat this with the rest of the equipment. If it turns out you have more things that need a surge only outlet it is recommended that you purchase an APC surge arrest. And if you need more Battery Backup outlets it is recommended to purchase an addition APC Back-UPS product keeping in mind not exceeding the watt rating.

6. Now that I have the Back-UPS product set up how long do I have to wait before I can use my computer?
You can immediately use your computer after it has been set up. Yes the battery will need to totally charge but it can charge while you're using your system. We do recommend caution in the event that there is a power disturbance and the battery is depleted your system might drop. Please see your user manual for charging times.

7. Does the Back-UPS product charge its internal battery when it is turned off?
Yes, all Back-UPS products with charge the internal battery while powered off accept for the Back-UPS Office model BF250 and the Back-UPS ES model BE325XX.


What is the part number for the spacer used with the LC*D09 through LC*D32 Contactor and the GV2AF3 combination block when the GV2 Motor Circuit Protector is mounted on din rail and the contactor hangs below it?

Identifying the spacer part number for use with a LC*D, GV2AF3, and GV2 device combination

Product Line:
Contactors and Starters IEC

Tesys D contactors and GV manual starters

Spacer required

Compensation plate catalog number GV1F03, requires 2 pieces snap together.

Why are Pictograms printed on MAX9 devices?

The Pictograms are designed to help electricians simplify safety conversation with home owners. They help electricians to explain the meaning of different type of circuit protection needed in a typical home without using technical terms. See below image for meaning of all pictograms used on MAX9 products.


How do you distribute MAXBAR from the main row to other rows, keeping the system more professional?

MAXBAR with neutral terminal block can be used to distribute active and neutral in the row with main switch. Use the connectors provided with MAXBAR to take active and neutral feed from the row with main switch to take the feed to other rows. You can follow the same process for other rows in switchboard.

MAXBAR Kit Definition

What is MAXBAR?

MAXBAR is a top feeding comb busbar able to feed Line & Neutral from the Main incoming Switch or MCB and neutral terminal directly to all type of Clipsal RCBOs and AFDDs. 

There are Comb busbar for 1P+N and 3P+N applications. There is one variant with neutral terminal block for rows with Main Switch  and another variant for rows without Main switch.

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