TeSys Vario, Switch Body for Switch Disconnector, 3 Poles, 25A

TeSys Vario, Switch Body for Switch Disconnector, 3 Poles, 25A

TeSys Vario, Switch Body for Switch Disconnector, 3 Poles, 25A

Item Number: V0

Product Dimensions

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Width55 mm

Height icon

Height74 mm

Depth icon

Depth60 mm



Qty UoM EAN Colour



Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product


18 months



Product or component type

switch body


Mounting support

  • symmetrical rail
  • plate

[Ue] rated operational voltage

690 V AC 50/60 Hz

[Ie] rated operational current

14.5 A AC-23 Ue: 400 V

Mechanical durability

100000 cycles

Electrical durability

  • 100000 cycles AC-21
  • 30000 cycles DC-1...5

Connections - terminals

  • power circuit: screw clamp terminals10-10 mm² - solid
  • power circuit: screw clamp terminals6-6 mm² - flexible - with cable end


74 mm


55 mm


60 mm

Net weight

0.2 kg


IEC 60947-3

Product certifications

  • UL
  • CSA
  • GL
  • UKCA

IP degree of protection

IP20 conforming to IEC 60529

Ambient air temperature for operation

-20...50 °C

REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

REACh free of SVHC


EU RoHS Directive


Toxic heavy metal free


Mercury free


RoHS exemption information


China RoHS Regulation

 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)

Environmental Disclosure



Compatibility code


Performance level

high performance

Poles description


Contacts type and composition

3 NO

Network type

  • AC
  • DC

Network frequency

50/60 Hz

Rated operational power in W

  • 11 kW at 500 V (AC-23A)
  • 11 kW at 690 V (AC-3)
  • 15 kW at 690 V (AC-23A)
  • 4 kW at 230...240 V (AC-3)
  • 5.5 kW at 400...415 V (AC-3)
  • 7.5 kW at 500 V (AC-3)
  • 5.5 kW at 230...240 V (AC-23A)
  • 7.5 kW at 400...415 V (AC-23A)

[Ith] conventional free air thermal current

25 A

[Ithe] conventional enclosed thermal current

20 A

Making capacity

  • 250 A at 400 V AC-21A
  • 250 A at 400 V AC-22A
  • 250 A at 400 V AC-23A

Breaking capacity

  • 200 A at 400 V (AC-21A)
  • 200 A at 400 V (AC-22A)
  • 200 A at 400 V (AC-23A)

Rated conditional short-circuit current

  • 10 kA at 400 V - associated fuse 25 A aM
  • 10 kA at 400 V - associated fuse 25 A gG

[Icm] rated short-circuit making capacity

1 kA at 400 V at Ipeak

Intermittent duty class


Suitability for isolation


[Uimp] rated impulse withstand voltage

8 kV

[Icw] rated short-time withstand current

300 A at 400 V duration: 1 s

Tightening torque

power circuit: 2.1...2.1 N.m - on screw clamp terminals

Protective treatment


Mechanical robustness

  • vibrations 10...150 Hz (1 gn) conforming to IEC 60068-2-6
  • shocks 11 ms (30 Gn) conforming to IEC 60068-2-27

Fire resistance

960 °C conforming to IEC 60695-2-1

Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Weight

174.0 g

Package 1 Height

12 cm

Package 1 width

8.4 cm

Package 1 Length

8.2 cm

Unit Type of Package 2


Number of Units in Package 2


Package 2 Weight

45.844 kg

Package 2 Height

77 cm

Package 2 width

80 cm

Package 2 Length

60 cm

Unit Type of Package 3


Number of Units in Package 3


Package 3 Weight

4.668 kg

Package 3 Height

30 cm

Package 3 width

30 cm

Package 3 Length

40 cm


The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins

PVC free


Halogen content performance

Halogen free product

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VIDEO - How to install and connect an IFE module and TRV00210 units

The objective of this video is to provide guidance on how to install an IFE module with TRV00210 units on a din mount.

How to upgrade IO Module (LV434063) firmware using EcoStruxure Power Commission (EPC)?

There are two ways of doing the firmware upgrade;

1.If the IO module is already connected to a downstream breaker configured with IFE Ethernet Interface (LV434001) or IFE Ethernet Switchboard Server (LV434002).

-Use  EcoStruxure Power Commission (EPC)  and add the breaker to a project

-Connect to the breaker

-Go to ‘Firmware’ section of EPC to upgrade the firmware

EPC Screen 1
-Use ‘Launch Firmware Upgrade’ on EPC homepage detect and upgrade the firmware of IO module
EPC Screen 2

2.If the IO module is not connected to a breaker, then it should at least be connected to IFE Ethernet Interface (LV434001) or IFE Ethernet Switchboard Server (LV434002).

In this configuration you must connect an ULP terminator (TRV00880) to the other ULP port.

- Use ‘Launch Firmware Upgrade’ on EPC homepage detect and upgrade the firmware of IO module
(see attached video showing the process)

In this case, the ULP terminator is a MUST. Otherwise, the IO module won’t be discovered during ‘Launch Firmware Upgrade’.
EPC Screen 3

More details can be found in:

Enerlin’X IO Input/Output Application Module for One IEC Circuit Breaker User Guide (DOCA0055EN-08)

VIDEO - How to Find Digital Modules Installed on Masterpact MTZ

This video shows how to find digital modules installed on Masterpact MTZ air circuit breaker via Ecostruxure Power Commission (EPC) software.
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DCEPCURJ03GYM pin out arrangement


I cannot find the pin out arrangement for the DCEPCURJ03GYM Patch Cord


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All the Digilink cords are straight and wired according to the TIA/EIA 568-B color code as per below.


DCEPCURJ03GYM Pin Out Arrangement

How to Enable Historical Diagrams in EcoStruxure Building Operation?


How do I enable Historical Diagrams in EcoStruxure Building Operation (EBO)



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EcoStruxure Building Operation



1. First to get to each historical item you need to go to System - Hardware - EcoStruxure Web Service (EWS) and select your EWS Client.


2. Then Right click on the Historical Item and click Host EWS Object.


3. If you want only certain measurements , you can also mutliselect the measurements you want from the list View and right click and Host, like below


Host EWS Objects

4. Once you host the EWS Object you can return to the EWS Client tree below and enable the objects. To bulk enable them, you select all and click on the properties on the right


Bulk Enable of Objects


Power Monitoring Expert 2021 - How can I delete a device and all of its data?

A meter was installed into the Power Monitoring Expert (PME) system and has been logging data, waveforms, and events for any length of time. For whatever the reason, this meter's data is no longer required and it is desired that all traces of this meter be completely removed from the databases.


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SQL Server Management Studio
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A meter was added to the software but is no longer needed. Some reasons may include: data is no longer needed; spelling error; test meter data deletion; etc.



*Warning: Irreparable database damage can occur. This procedure should only be performed by users familiar with SQL Server Management Studio. Databases should be backed up prior to performing this procedure.* 

1. Back up the following databases: ION_Network, ION_Data, ApplicationModules.
2. Stop the ION Log Inserter service. It will also be necessary to stop the Windows services related to the Application Modules features. From PME 7.2.x and PME 8, these services were re-branded and start with "ApplicationModules".

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3. Open the Management Console and locate the device in the list. Take note of the full group.name of the device as this information will be needed later to configure a SQL script. NOTE: It is entirely possible the device is not in the Management Console. If this is the case, it is likely the full group.name is already known.
4. Delete the device from the Management Console. If the following prompt appears, select Cancel and then proceed to Step 5:
5. If there are logical devices associated with the device to be deleted, the logical devices must first be removed. Take note of each group.name of the logical devices as these will be possibly needed later to configure a SQL script. Once each of the logical devices has been deleted from the Management Console, repeat Step 4 with the original device.
6. Once all devices have been documented by group.name and deleted from the Management Console, the following SQL script must be configured to delete each device individually.
7. Download and run the "DeleteSource_BatchDeleteDataPME2020_V04" script in SSMS (no need to enter any device name), this will create a stored procedure "spDM_DeleteSourceAndBatchDeleteData" in ION_Data DB that batch deletes data at 2500 rows per batch and finally the device itself.

You may call this SP to delete the device as below -

USE [ION_Data]


spDM_DeleteSourceAndBatchDeleteData 'GroupName.DeviceName'


(Note: GroupName.Device name should be as per the 'Name' in the table [ION_Data].[dbo].[Source])

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