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Twin Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Large Format Size

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Standard Series
Control type
ON/OFF button
Number of gangs
2 gangs
Pin number
3
Number of power socket outlets
2
Actuator
  • switch
  • rocker
    • Mounting position
      horizontal
      Fixing mode
      by screws
      Local signalling
      without light indicator
      Material
      plastic
      Surface finish
      glossy
      [Ue] rated operational voltage
      250 V AC
      [In] rated current
      10 A
      Depth
      15 mm
      Length
      145 mm
      Width
      86 mm
      Fixing center
      120 mm
      Standards
    • AS/NZS 3100
    • AS/NZS 3112
    • AS/NZS 3133:approval number S/1
      • REACh Regulation
        Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
        EU RoHS Directive
        Compliant
        Mercury free
        Yes
        RoHS exemption information
        Yes
        China RoHS Regulation
        Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
        Circularity Profile
        N/A

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        Where do I find CAD files for Lexium 23 servo drives?

        CAD files are available for Lexium 23 and can be found on the Schneider Electric website.
        Below is a link to the Lexium 23 CAD file section of the website.
        https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/range/61015-Lexium%2023%20Plus/?docTypeGroup=3541962-CAD+files

        Note: CAD files are only available in IGS format.

        rev 10-23-18

        What is the part number for a 23 -32amp overload to fit with the LC1D80 series contator?

        The part number for a 23 -32amp overload to fit with the LC1D80 series contactor is - LRD3353

        For further information, visit the link below:-
        https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/LRD3353
        User-added image

         

        What is the IP rating for 230DRAVL

        The 230DRAVL has an IP rating of 23

        Does Schneider Electric offer a replacement for  VW3M8123R50?

        The Lexium 23 encoder cable VW3M8123R50 is obsolete but there is a direct replacement from Lexium 28 product line.

        Use VW3M8D1AR50 as replacement for VW3M8123R50

        rev 6-11-18

        The SMT series of SmartUPS units are unable to use a low battery signal time of greater than 23 minutes.


        Issue:

        SMT series of SmartUPS units are unable to use a low battery signal time of greater than 23 minutes.

        Product Line:

        Smart-UPS

        Environment:

        All SMT models, All Serial Numbers

        Cause:

        Product design

        Resolution:

        The maximum low battery signal time allowed by the ""SMT"" series of SmartUPS units is 23 minutes. If it is set to higher than this the alarm will not sound until the runtime is less than 23 minutes. This is a technical limitation of the UPS.

        Lexium 23 CT drive in 64 bit win 7 system

        In addition to the Lxm 23CT, you also need to install the 64 bit drive software.
         CP210x_VCP_Win_XP_S2K3_Vista_7_lxm23CT

        How do I write Modbus Commands to the Masterpact Micrologic Breaker

        Please see attached document

        Can I use Assemblies 23 and 73 to control Torque Limitation on the ATV71 series drives with Ethernet IP communications?

        Issue:
         
        Can I use Assemblies 23 and 73 to control Torque Limitation on the ATV71 series drives with Ethernet IP communications?

        Product Line:
        Altivar 71 series drives equipped with Ethernet IP communications.

        Environment:
        All models, All serial numbers

        Cause:
        Assemblies 23 and 73 are listed as CIP Extended Speed And Torque Control Input Assembly Mapping and CIP Extended Speed And Torque Output Assembly Mapping.  They are designed to be used with the Torque Control function, but can they be used with the Torque Limitation function also?

        Resolution:
        No. Assemblies 23 and 73 can only be used for the Torque Control function, they are not compatible with Torque Limitation. Assemblies 100 and 101 can be used to manage the Torque Limitation function.

        What causes error 006 alarm on Lexium 23 ?

        The Alarm error 006 is caused when the servo motor and or servo drive are overloaded.
        The drive monitors the motor total torque percentage and in the event that the motor torque exceeds 100% of the maximum possible torque then alarm message 006 is displayed on the drive.

        Is the drive and motor combination properly sized for the application? Perhaps a higher capacity drive and motor are required.

        Has the machine mechanics changed?  If there is additional load on the drive and motor as a result of a faulty mechanical system then alarm 006 can occur.
        Check the machine mechanics to insure there are no issues causing an additional frictional load.

         

        Preventa XU - XUSLBR5A0520 has the error code 23, which it´s not at user´s manual. What´s the meaning of this error and how to solve it?

        The error code 23 or starting by 2* cannot be displayed on the XUSLB/D type 4 curtains. Please check which is the correct error and use the XUSLB/D user manual to diagnostic and solve the issue in the application. Probably that the customer sees "23" error code instead of "32" error code on the IBI's (individual beam indicator).


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL211723 V1.0, Originally authored by JeLe on 06/09/2013, Last Edited by JeLe on 06/09/2013
        Related ranges: Preventa XU

        Is it possible to change how Lexium 23 responds to alarm 014 or alarm 015 when reaching the end of travel limit switches?

        Reaching end of travel limit switches will always result in a stop of motion and the respective alarm code being displayed.
        This behavior is firmware related and can not be modified.
        There are no provisions to change this behavior.

        When Lexium 23 reaches the end of travel limit swiches it responds by stopping motion and displaying alarm 014 or alarm 015, depending on the direction of travel when reaching the limit switch.
        To recover from this event you must reset the alarm and then create movement in the opposite direction of the limit switch that has been reached.


         

        Was is the pin assignment of the CN3 connection for the RS485 port on Lexium 23?

        Lexium 23 supports RS485 communication via the CN3 connection on the front of the drive.
        Pin assignment of the RS485 is as follows.
        Pin 4 = RS485+
        pin 5 = RS485-

        See attachment for greater details.

         

        Are the Altistart ATS23 units repairable?

        Issue:   Are the Altistart ATS23 units repairable?
         
        Product Line:   ATS23
         
        Environment:  All
         
        Cause:   Repair
         
        Resolution:   No.  These are no longer repairable. Replace with a current softstarter


         

        Are 23" mounting rails available for NetShelter SX cabinets?

        Issue: 
        Some equipment requires 23 inch wide mounting rails.

        Product Line:
        NetShelter SX

        Environment:
        All versions and serial ranges.

        Cause:
        A customer has 23 inch wide equipment and wants to mount it into a NetShelter SX cabinet.

        Resolution: 

        All 42U and 48U NetShelter SX 750 mm (30") wide cabinets are available with 23" mounting rails installed. These cabinets are not in stock, but they can be built to order.
        • For customers who already own a 42U 750mm wide SX cabinet with 19" mounting rails (AR3150 or AR3350) we offer sku AR7510. This is a set of four replacement 23" mounting rails, 42U.
        • We do not currently offer 48U 23" mounting rails as a stand alone sku, only pre-installed into the cabinet as described above.
        • We do not currently offer 45U 23" mounting rails. If you have an opportunity please check with your Schneider Electric representative to see if these can be provided as a Custom.
        How to order a custom cabinet with 23" mounting rails installed: 
        ​If you buy direct from APC please contact your Sales Representative for price and availability. 
        If you don't have an account with APC please contact APC Tech Support. We will give you a custom part number that can be quoted through a reseller or distributor. 

        Compatibility Note: 23" wide mounting rails do not install into 600 mm (24") wide cabinets because the cabinets are not wide enough. 23" rackmount equipment requires a wider cabinet. 

        What is the 25-32A overload to suit the 56MS400?

        Overloads and parts are no longer available for the 56MS range, these have been replaced with the 56DOL range, neither of which would handle 32A.
        The largest 56DOL starter is rated at 16A and the 12-18A overload is LRD21.
        If a 32A DOL starter is required selct from the LE1D range, the LE1D35 has a 15kW 32A rated contactor in it to which an LRD32 23 - 32A overload can be fitted.
         

        Can we still get replacement parts for the Altistart ATS23 starter?

        Issue:
        Customer is looking for repair or replacement parts for an ATS23 (Altistart 3) softstart.

        Product Line:
        ATS23
        Altistart 3
        Altistart 23

        Environment:
        All models, all part numbers

        Cause:
        Product is obsolete

        Resolution:
         
        No. 
        The ATS23 softstart has been obsolete since 1997.  Parts are no longer available.
        The ATS23 was replaced by the ATS46 which was then replaced by the ATS48 family of softstarts.

        What are the TS1, TS2, TS3 and TS4 in the Altistart ATS23, ATS46, and ATS48 wiring diagrams?

        Issue:   What are the TS1, TS2, TS3 and TS4 in the Altistart ATS23, ATS46, and ATS48 wiring diagrams?
         
        Product Line:   ATS23, ATS46, ATS48
         
        Environment:  All
         
        Cause:   N/A
         
        Resolution:   
        TS stands for Transient suppressors. They reduces damage to electrical components due to transient voltages from relay and contactor coils.


         

        Does Advanced Reports (AR) have to be installed before Upgrading to System Manager Software (SMS) version 4.2?

        Advanced Reports (AR) does not have to be installed previous to upgrading SMS version 4.2.
        From page 34 of the System Manager Software Setup Guide Version 4.2, step 23 states:
        "If no previous Advanced Reports software is installed on this computer, a message displays telling that it will be installed. This will install Crystal Enterprise and then the SMS Advanced Reports software."


        • Date Created: May 19, 2008
          Last Revised: June 24, 2008
          Public
          Original Author: AV
          All content © 1992-2008 Schneider Electric

        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL192204 V1.0, Originally authored by PhHa on 06/25/2008, Last Edited by PhHa on 06/25/2008
        Related ranges: SMS Add-on, System Manager 4.0

        How many Client TCP/IP connections can the M1E simultaneously have?

        Client Paths
        The M1 Ethernet controller supports 80 client paths.  64 are dedicated to I/O Scanner and 16 for MSTR. You cannot have more than 16 active MSTRs at any given time. 
        Each of the 80 client paths can initiate any of the following three MODBUS commands:.   Function code 3 for reading 1 to 125 registers from the target, function code 16 for writing 1 to 100 to the target, and function code 23 for writing 1 to 100 registers to the target and reading 1 to 125 registers from the target.
         

        Can an ATV212 logic input be programmed as both a run command and a preset speed?

        Issue:
        ATV212 can you program a run enable and preset speed on the same input?

        Product Line:
        S-Flex ATV212

        Environment:
        All 

        Cause:
        Set up Run and Preset speed at the same time. 

        Resolution:
        Yes.  The logic inputs have options for combination assignments.

        22 = run forward + preset speed 1
        23 = run reverse + preset speed 1

        Eg:  Logic input F assignment F111 = 22
        Input OFF - Motor stops
        Input ON - Motor runs forward at speed set by Sr1 (preset speed 1)

        What is the Rubber Boots Part Number for the 9001K Joysticks?

        Issue:
        Rubber boots sold separately for the 9001K joysticks

        Product Line:
        Harmony Pushbuttons

        Environment:
        All Products

        Resolution:
        The part number for the rubber boot for the 9001K joysticks is 6512243201.

        What is the difference between the 9001K20 and the 9001K21?

        Issue:
        What single potentiometer operator with single pot should be used with 10 ohms?

        Product Line:
        Harmony Push Buttons

        Environment:
        All products

        Cause:
        Product Features

        Resolution:
        The 9001 K20 is the operator only without the single pot. The 9001 K21 is the operator with the single pot.

        What is the outside diameter and depth of the 9001K68 / 9001K685 mushroom button guards?

        Issue:
        What is the outside diameter and depth of the 9001K68 / 9001K685 mushroom button guards?

        Product Line:
        Harmony Pushbuttons

        Environment:
        All Products

        Cause:
        Product Features

        Resolution:
        Outside diameter: 2.75`` (70 mm)
        Depth: 1.14`` (29 mm)


        CTA-ID : 2023559

        What is the parts breakdown of a 9001K2L35LRR?

        Issue:
        What is the parts breakdown of a 9001K2L35LRR?

        Product Line:
        9001K and 9001SK Push Buttons

        Environment:
        Push Buttons and Operator Interface

        Resolution:
        9001K2L, 9001KM35LR, and a 9001R7.
         

        What is the part number for a guard for a 9001KR9R?

        Issue:
        What is the part number for a guard for a 9001KR9R, 9001KR8R, 9001SKR9R or 9001SKR8R?

        Product Line:
        Harmony Pushbuttons

        Environment:
        All Products

        Cause:
        Product selection

        Resolution:
        There are 2 versions.  9001K56YM is a yellow guard, 9001K56RM is a red guard.  These guards have finger cutouts for use with push pull operators.


        CTA-ID : 2060783

        ATS48 what is the maximum starts per hour?

        Issue:
        ATS48 what is the maximum starts per hour?

        Product Line:
        ATS48

        Environment:
        All serial numbers

        Cause:
        40 starts per hour needed

        Resolution: 
        For ATS48, What is the parameter for the maximum number of starts per hour?
        There is no such limitation on the number starts per hour.  However the limitation could arise from the motor manufacturer's data, thermal class of motor, motor duty...etc, as successive starts/hour greater than those studied by manufacturer could cause motor windings to heat.  In addition to motor duty, number of starts per hour for ATS48 soft- starter depends on type pf application for which ATS48 is being used 

        Standard Duty Applications In standard duty applications, the ATS48 soft starter is designed to provide:
        • Starting at 400% of IN 1 for 23 seconds, or 300% of IN for 46 seconds, from a cold state
        • Starting at 400% of IN for 12 seconds, or 300% of IN for 23 seconds, with a load factor of 50% and 10 starts per hour or an equivalent thermal cycling
        • The motor thermal protection conforms to Class 10 overload protection.

        Severe Duty Applications In severe duty applications, the ATS48 soft starter is designed to provide:
        • Starting at 400% of IN for 48 seconds, or 300% of IN for 90 seconds, from a cold state
        • Starting at 400% of IN for 25 seconds with a load factor of 50% and 5 starts per hour or an equivalent thermal cycling
        • The motor thermal protection conforms to Class 20 thermal overload protection.

        Could not open connection to the host, on port 23 Error when trying to telnet to an ION meter.

        Title
        "Could not open connection to the host, on port 23" error when trying to telnet to an ION meter.

        Issue
        Unable to make the telnet connection to an ION meter, the following message is returned:
        Connecting To  (ip address) XX.XXX.XXX.XXX....Could not open connection to the host, on port 23: Connect Failed.

        Product Line
        ION meters

        Environment
        Telnet connection to ION meters.

        Cause
        Windows Firewall could block the Telnet inbound connection

        Resolutions
        1. Click the Start menu then search for/select Windows Firewall.
        2. Select Advanced Settings.
        3. Select Inbound Rules from the left hand pane
        4. Under Inbound Rule Actions. select New Rule.
        5. For the Rule Type select Port, click next, then select TCP and Specific Local Ports.
        6. Enter 23 for the port number and click next.
        7. Select Allow Connection then click next.
        8. Specify when the new rule can be applied. (Domain, Private, and Public)
        9. Give the Inbound Rule a name such as "Telnet" then click finished.

        Test Telnet functionality again with an ION meter to ensure proper connectivity.
         

        What is the part number for a replacement 9001 KS selector switch E key?

        Issue:
        What is the part number for a replacement 9001 KS selector switch E key?

        Product Line:
        Harmony Pushbuttons

        Environment:
        All Products

        Cause:
        Product selection

        Resolution:
        All standard replacement keys follow the same numbering system, 29411-01XX0 where the XX is replaced by the E key number. For an E11 key replace the XX with 11 for 29411-01110. For an E12 key replace the XX with 12 for 29411-01120.
        For the master keyed range, E36 through E60, use the same system with the base part number 29411-51XX0. So an E36 key is a 29411-51360. Master key, E99, is part number 29411-51990.
         

        What is the catalog number for a 9001Type K Pilot Light for 277 volts?

        Issue:
        What is the catalog number for a 9001Type K Pilot Light for 277 volts?

        Product Line:
        Harmony Push Buttons

        Environment:
        Harmony 30mm

        Cause:
        Product Selection

        Resolution:
        The catalog number is 9001KP8 which has a 277 volt AC transformer pilot light, however the colored lens is not supplied with this.
        You can get a plastic fresnel lens (A31 is amber, blue - L31, clear - C31, green - G31, red - R31, white - W31 or Yellow Y31),
        Plastic domed lens (A9 is amber, blue- L9, clear - C9, green - G9, red - R9, white - W9 or yellow - Y9),
        or glass lens (A6 is amber, blue - L6, clear - C6, green - G6, red - R6, white - W6 or yellow - Y6) by inserting the correct suffix.


        CTA-ID : 2035975

        An SE circuit breaker will not close. What is wrong?

        Issue:
        An SE circuit breaker will not close.  What is wrong?

        Product Line:
        SE SED SEF

        Resolution:
        Reasons why an SE may fail to close include:
        • de-energized UVR device
        • energized shunt trip device
        • cell-door interlock (SEF only)
        • crank shutter door open (SED only): door must be closed
        • failure to fully charge (If the breaker is charged manually, it must be charged for 23 full strokes. If the last stroke is not completed, pressing the close button will cause mechanism movement, but not blade closure. If this happens, you will hear a sound, but the contacts remain open. To correct, complete the charging by moving the handle another full stroke and reclose.
        If these steps do not restore functionality to the breaker, it will need to be replaced. Contact Level 2 tech support for suitable replacement

        Recommendations for protecting a laser printer

        Issue:

        What are APC's recommendations for protecting Laser Printers?

        Product Line:

        SurgeArrest, Back-UPS and Back-UPS PRO

        Environment:

        N/A

        Cause:

        Due to the large amount of power consumed by these devices, APC does not recommend protecting laser printers with a UPS.

        Resolution:

        In most cases, a separate surge protection device is adequate for laser printers. It is recommended the Laser Printer have its own designated circuit, as the high current draw of a Laser Printer can "sag" the utility line causing low voltage situations. The Laser Printer should not be plugged into a UPS's Battery Outlets OR in to its Surge Only Outlets. These low voltage situations may cause an APC Back-UPS to transfer to battery operation repeatedly, eventually exhausting the unit's internal battery unnecessarily.

         

        If you must use a UPS with a Laser Printer it is important to size your UPS appropriately. APC recommends a Smart-UPS series product that is sized for the maximum power draw of the laser printer as defined by the manufacturer. This is typically a 1500va or larger UPS. Even small Laser Printers can have very high maximum power draws, due to the nature of the technology. We do not recommend the use of Back-UPS products with a laser printer.


         

        Where can I get technical support for AC Drives and Softstarts?

        Phone:  888-778-2733
        Phones are staffed Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm EST.  Outside of normal hours, emergency phone support is still available.  Call the Drives PSG and provide contact details and someone will return the call.  

        Fax:  919-217-6508.
        Email:  drive.products.support@schneider-electric.com

        By chat is through this link :
        https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/work/support/customer-care/

        Literature is available in the Technical library.  Visit www.schneider-electric.us and select the Techical library link.  For customers outside the USA, visit our corporate site at:  www.schneider-electric.com and select your country to find the local support contact information in your area.  

         

        When can CCA634 replace a CCA630?

        Issue  
        Need a new CCA63x but not sure which one I need.

        Product Line
        SEPAM 20 Series
        SEPAM 40 Series
        SEPAM 50 Series
        SEPAM 80 Series

        Resolution
        Current transformer are connected to SEPAM series 20,40 and 80 through CCA630 or CCA634 connector.
        Both are inclunding interposing CTs.

        CCA630:
        includes 3 interposing CTs to connect 2 or 3 phases CTs.  
        If CSH30 is used CCA630 is needed

        CCA634:
        includes 4 interposing CTs :
        3 to connect 3 phases CTs
        1 for the residual current acquisition (CSH30 is now integrated in CCA634 for this function) :
        - the sum of the 3 CTs
        - an earth/ground CT

        A new SEPAM base, adding a connection for Io channel on SubD 9 connector, is needed to accept the CCA634.

        THIS NEW FEATURE HAS BEEN IMPLEMENTED STARTING :
        series 20 : 1st week of 2003 S/N 0301001
        series 40 : week 23 of 2006 S/N 0623001
        series 80 : week 29 of 2006 S/N 0629001

        As modification is hardware, no firmware update can change the situation for SEPAM made before these dates.

         

        What is the maximum length of an inter-Sepam 1000+ RS485 communication bus?

        The length depends on the number of Sepam units connected and the supply voltage of the ACE949-2 or ACE959 connection interfaces:
        Maximum length of RS485 bus with 12 V distributed power supply:
        320 m with 5 Sepam units connected
        180 m with 10 Sepam units connected
        160 m with 20 Sepam units connected
        125 m with 25 Sepam units connected

        Maximum length of RS485 bus with 24 V distributed power supply:
        1000 m with 5 Sepam units connected
        750 m with 10 Sepam units connected
        450 m with 20 Sepam units connected
        375 m with 25 Sepam units connected

        N.B.: But these length can be X3 with a special FILECA cable and at Maximum to 1300m

        AEDL3


        Re-published to revised security level: 23 June 2008

        Applies To: Bus length in Sepam 1000+ RS485 network

        Original Author: FK

        Public

        All content © 1992-2008 Schneider Electric


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL192195 V1.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 06/24/2008, Last Edited by DaMi on 06/24/2008
        Related ranges: Sepam series 20, Sepam series 40

        Can a time value be forced into the ET (Elapsed Time) of a Concept IEC timer?


        No, If a value is forced into the variable attached to the ET output of the block; it will be updated with the timers internal value when the block is solved.

        A variable time is created located to 400001 and it is given an Initial Value of 23 seconds.


        The variable is attached to a TON block and downloaded to the controller with Initial Values.



        When the controller is started and the block is set to solve the ET output will be updated with the internal time of the block.



        Note: This applies to all / most function blocks either in Concept IEC or Unity Pro IEC.


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL177128 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
        Related ranges: Concept

        Advanced Reports error when creating Usage Reports: [ERR_16]Error publishing report (NAME) cannot be created under the given folder (number) because it must be under folder number 23 either directly or indirectly.

        Below is a screen capture of the actual error:


        • Resolution

          The folder or folders that Advanced Reports is attempting to save to, does not exist.

          • 1. Go to the Admin tab and select Crystal Management Console.
            2. Log in using Administrator as username and leave the password section blank.
            3. Browse to Folders and follow the hierarchy below and create the folders and sub-folders as they appear with the same names and capitalization.
            4. Double check the PowerLogic Reports folder rights as well.


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL187362 V3.0, Originally authored by PhHa on 08/02/2007, Last Edited by MaTh on 11/02/2012
        Related ranges: SMS Add-on

        How come a prime number of channels are required in the J-K Spread Spectrum Radios?

        The J and K series radios have the ability to lock out channels that might be susceptible to regular interference from other devices. If I want to remove a channel from the hopping pattern, how come I'm forced to remove more than one.

        Answer:

        The hopping pattern algorithm is an advanced random number generation algorithm, that mathematically ensures a low probability of collision between multiple Trio systems, on different hopping patterns. Key to this low probability is hopping over a prime number of channels, hence you can only lock out certain numbers of channels to stay with a prime number. (i.e. 67, 61, 59, 53, etc...) There is also a certain minimum number of channels you need to hop over to remain compliant with various regulators like the FCC.

        For radios approved for ACMA (915 to 928MHz), Trio radios start off with hopping on 31 channels. In order to maintain a minimum level of required channels, the ACMA radios can only be reduced to 29 or 23 channels. 

        How do I setup a Lexium23A drive so that I can jog the motor from the built-in HMI.

        It is possible to perform a jog function from LXM32A via the built-in HMI with a minimal amount of wiring.

        Minimum wiring requirements are the motor is connected, the encoder is connected and the drive has mains power.

        Step 1.  Change the mode of operation from CANopen mode.  Parameter P1-01 must be set to any value other then 6 (canmode)  Suggested value is 0001 for position mode.

        ,Step 2. You must change the I/O assignment for DI6, DI7 and DI8 from the factory default settings. In the factory default settings the drive will require wiring to these inputs.
        Set parameters P2-15, P2-16 and P2-17 all to 0000.  This will assign these three inputs to disabled.

        Step 3. Power cycle the drive

        Step 4. Navigate to parameter P2-30 and set this parameter to 1 . This will enable the drive and the motor will now be energized with holding torque.

        Step 5. Navigate to parameter P4-05 (jog speed)  adjust the value of this parameter to your preferred jog speed and press enter.

        Step 7. You can now Jog the motor in a clockwise or counter-clockwise direction by pressing the arrow keys on the HMI

        Done!

         

        What is the power rating differences between the 8660 Alphapak and the 8660 SSRVS style starters?

        Issue: What is the power rating differences between the 8660 Alphapak and the 8660 SSRVS style starters?
         
        Product Line: 8660 AlphaPak starters
         
        Environment: All
         
        Cause:N/A
         
        Resolution:
        The currect rating abbreviations were:
        Alphapak`s SSRVS`s
        MD (16 amps) MG (120 amps)
        ME (32 amps) MH (200 amps)
        MF (64 amps) MJ (320 amps)
        MG (128 amps) MK (500 amps)
        MM (750 amps).


        They voltage codes were:
        Alphapak`s SSRVS`s
        23 (208 / 230 volts) 11 (200 volts)
        46 (380 / 460 volts) 22 (230 /460 volts)
        57 (500 / 575 volts) 33 (500 / 575 volts).  NOTE The 8660 AlphaPak SSRVS are obsolete.  Parts, Service, or Support are no longer available.

         

        How to create EGX300 custom web pages with multiple devices (two methods: PL Tags and XMLHttpRequest)

        Issue
        There are 2 methods for creating custom web pages for devices on the EGX300.
        1. "PL Tags"
        2. XMLHttpRequest

        Product Line
        EGX300

        Environment
        EGX300 web page
        Text Editor (HTML and JavaScript)
        Modbus Register Maps

        Cause
        When adding devices and register to the web pages, the user will need to use one of the 2 methods. The code will vary depending on the method chosen for the webpage.

        Resolution
        *Warning: Take backups of any files prior to modifying them. Ensure the backups are in a location that will not be overwritten (i.e. the Desktop,etc.).

        method one "PL Tags":
        • These are Server Side Includes (proprietary) that the server uses to read data from device as it serves the page to the host (browser).
        • Can cause the page to load slowly if read request is directed to non-responding device, or if several read requests are made from within the page
        • Requires webpage to be reloaded to update data
        • Easy to use
        Example using PL Tags for two meters
        RegisterSet1 = [PL__3^3209,3210,3211,3208,1180,1100,1103,1104__PL]; //device with unit ID 3
        RegisterSet2 = [PL__5^3209,3210,3211,3208,1180,1100,1103,1104__PL]; //device with unit ID 5

        //device 3
        dev3_ScaleFactorA = RegisterSet1[0]; // Current Scale Factor
        dev3_ScaleFactorB = RegisterSet1[1]; // Neutral Current Scale Factor
        dev3_ScaleFactorC = RegisterSet1[2]; // Ground Current Scale Factor
        dev3_NominalFrequency = RegisterSet1[3];
        dev3_Frequency = RegisterSet1[4];
        dev3_CurrentPhaseA = RegisterSet1[5];
        dev3_CurrentNeutral = RegisterSet1[6];
        dev3_CurrentGround = Registers[7];

        //device 5
        dev5_Frequency = RegisterSet2[4];


        method two XMLHttpRequest:
        • Part of the HTML DOM (Document Object Model), which is a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standard
        • Request to read data is made after the page is loaded
        • Data can be updated without reloading the webpage
        • More difficult to implement than PL Tags

        Example using XMLHttpRequest for two meters
        function getData() {
                 //device at unit ID 25 and 23 are concatenated in postString
                 postString = "PL_" + "_25" + "^3209,3210,3211,3208,1180,1100,1103,1104" + "__PL," +
                                    "PL_" + "_23" + "^1180" + "__PL";
                 doRead(xmlhttp, updateData, postString);   
        }

        function updateData(Registers) {
                 // Assign Scale Factors
                 dev25_ScaleFactorA = Registers[0];  // Current Scale Factor
                 dev25_ScaleFactorB = Registers[1];  // Neutral Current Scale Factor
                 dev25_ScaleFactorC = Registers[2];  // Ground Current Scale Factor

                 // Assign Nominal Frequency
                 dev25_NominalFrequency = Registers[3];

                 // Assign Data Values
                 dev25_Frequency         = Registers[4];
                 dev25_CurrentPhaseA  = Registers[5];
                 dev25_CurrentNeutral   = Registers[6];
                 dev25_CurrentGround   = Registers[7];
                
                 //device 23 continues with Register[8] being the first register in the array for this second device
                 dev23_Frequency   = Registers[8];

        ...//code continues
        }


        For more details view the PowerLogic Ethernet Gateway EGX300 reference guide 63230-319-230A1
        Also, attached are two example files for the methods mentioned in this article.

        How to use scripting to select items from embedded lists

        DISCLAIMER

        The example below is intended to demonstrate one or more features or methods and is presented as a configuration example only. Schneider Electric assumes no liability for the use or application of this example or any portion thereof.


        One of the best features in ClearSCADA is the use of embedded lists on mimics. The embedded lists can be used not only to show data, but we can select a row on the list, retrieve information about that row from script and use it to perform some other task. Information about a selected row can be achieved by accessing embedded list properties, some of those are listed below:
        • CurrentRowIdx—This animation property is only available for embedded Queries Lists and embedded Alarms Lists on Mimics. An animation for the CurrentRowIdx property returns the index number of the currently selected row (0 is the top row, 1 is the next row down, 2 the next row down and so on). If -1 is returned, it means that there is no row currently selected.
        • CurrentRowId—This animation property is only available for embedded Queries Lists on Mimics. An animation for the CurrentRowId property returns the ID of the database item represented by the currently selected row. If -1 is returned, it means that there is no row currently selected or the ID for the relevant database item is unavailable.
        • CurrentRowName—This animation property is only available for embedded Queries Lists on Mimics. An animation for the CurrentRowName property returns the name of the database item represented by the currently selected row. If nothing is returned, it means that there is no row currently selected.
        Attached there is an example (SDE file, can be imported on ClearSCADA 2015 R2 or newer), which has a script that will run when a row is selected on embedded list "Lst_1", retrieve the "CurrentRowId", which is the Id of a point and use it to change the query linked to another embedded list, "Lst_2", so it will show historic data for the point selected (please hand control the points in the example to add historic data before testing).
        The mimic looks like the following picture:



        Below the script linked to the "Pick Action > Script" animation on the top embedded list:

        sub test()

        ' Retrieve the "CurrentRowId" property from the selected row on the top embedded list
        rowId = Mimic.Layers(0).Item("Lst_1").CurrentRowId


        ' If there is a selection, format SQL query retrieving historic data from the selected point and link the query to the bottom embedded list
        if rowId <> -1 then
            sql = "SELECT TOP( 100000 )   ""RecordId"", ""RecordTime"" AS ""~Time"", ""FormattedValue"", ""StateDesc"", ""QualityDesc"", ""ReasonDesc"", ""StatusDesc"", ""SuppressionTypeDesc"", ""Foreground"", ""Background"", ""Blink"", ""FileOffset"" AS ""_FileOffset""  FROM   CDBHISTORIC  WHERE   ""Id"" = "
            sql = sql + CStr(rowId)
            sql = sql + " AND ""~Time"" BETWEEN { OPC 'Hour - 23 Hours' } AND { OPC 'Hour - 23 Hours+1 Day' }  ORDER BY   ""~Time"" DESC, ""_FileOffset"" DESC"

            Mimic.Layers(0).Item("Lst_2").sql = sql
        else
            msgbox "No row selected"
        end if

        end sub



         

        How to read alarm status's via registers for a PM650 series meter

        The alarm status's are stored in registers 5771-5773 with each alarm status stored in a bit indexed at zero. For example, if one needed to determine if an over current alarm for phase A was present, one would need to read register 5771 bit 0. If the program being used only reads decimal it may be converted to binary using the Windows calculator.
        Alarm Description
        01 Overcurrent Phase A
        02 Overcurrent Phase B
        03 Overcurrent Phase C
        04 Overcurrent Neutral
        06 Undercurrent Phase A
        07 Undercurrent Phase B
        08 Undercurrent Phase C
        09 Current Unbalance Phase A
        10 Current Unbalance Phase B
        11 Current Unbalance Phase C
        13 Overvoltage Phase A
        14 Overvoltage Phase B
        15 Overvoltage Phase C
        16 Overvoltage Phase A-B
        17 Overvoltage Phase B-C
        18 Overvoltage Phase C-A
        19 Undervoltage Phase A
        20 Undervoltage Phase B
        21 Undervoltage Phase C
        22 Undervoltage Phase A-B
        23 Undervoltage Phase B-C
        24 Undervoltage Phase C-A
        25 Voltage Unbalance Phase A
        26 Voltage Unbalance Phase B
        27 Voltage Unbalance Phase C
        28 Voltage Unbalance Phase A-B
        29 Voltage Unbalance Phase B-C
        30 Voltage Unbalance Phase C-A
        41 Overfrequency
        42 Underfrequency


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL209549 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 11/02/2012, Last Edited by MaTh on 11/02/2012
        Related ranges: PM600 series

        Why do we have a shunt trip breaker or Isolation contactor in the enclosed Altistart Softstarts (ATS23, ATS46, ATS48, ATS22)?

        Issue:
        We install either a Shunt trip breaker or Isolation Contactor when building an enclosed or MCC installed softstart.  These options are also shown in our recommended wiring diagrams in the product documentation.

        Product Line:
        Altistart 22 (ATS22)
        Altistart 48 (ATS48)
        Altistart 46 (ATS46) - obsolete
        Altistart 23 (ATS23) - obsolete

        Environment:
        All models, all versions.

        Resolution:
        This is for line isolation.
        All softstarts use SCR's to switch the voltage during operation.
        Since the solid-state switches (SCR's) may be incapable of completely blocking incoming power should a failure occur (they will almost always fail shorted), auxiliary isolation on the line-side of the controller is required.
        The isolation device must be capable of operation via command from the Fault relay of the controller.
        An isolation device consisting of either a circuit breaker incorporating a shunt trip coil or an electromagnetic contactor can be used to open the controller power circuit in the event of a controller fault.

        This prevents voltage and current from passing through a damaged SCR and single phasing the motor.

        What is the standard warranty for Altivar drives, Altistart soft starters, and enclosed "Flex" style systems?

        Issue:
        What is the standard warranty for  Altivar drives, Altistart soft starters, and enclosed "Flex" style systems?

        Product Line:
        Altivar and Altistart

        Environment:
        All

        Cause:
        Warranty for Drives and Soft Starters

        Resolution:

        These products have a 18 month warranty from the date of purchase.
        If there is no purchase order number to prove the date of purchase then the date code in the serial number will be used.
        Training technicians are told that products get 18 month standard warranty from date of invoice. With Authorized Startup they get an additional 6 months (parts only) from Invoice, unless it`s beyond warranty then 6 months from date of startup.
        Other terms and conditions apply. Please contact the point of purchase or the SquareD sales office for additional details.

        Extended product warranty may be purchased through the distributor or SquareD field sales office.
        This should be noted on the original order number for tracking purposes.

        https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/8800DB0101/

        VIP Not Getting New Data From ION Devices

        Issue
        VIP node not getting new Data from ION Devices. Data from VIP appears to be wrong
        In Designer user can see the values on the inputs of a VIP module but the VIP Module doesn't seem to be processing that same data. For example, an arithmetic module might try to add two values from a meter. In designer you can see the inputs to this module as, say, 23 and 54. The formula is to add these two values. But the output of the module remains at 0.

        Product line
        ION Enterprise
        Struxureware Power Monitoring (SPM) 7.0.x
        Power Monitoring Expert 7.2.x, 8.x

        Cause
        The VIP is holding stale data.

        When you look at the values of the inputs in Designer the system is actually going to the meter with a high priority one-shot program to retrieve the values.  You are not seeing what the VIP is seeing in its inputs.

        Meanwhile the VIP is doing its regular polling of all ION Devices it needs data for. And this polling is competing with all of the other ION clients (e.g VISTA, LogSrv etc).

        To validate this problem, create a Data Monitor module in the VIP and point it at the ION Device.  Let it run and then check the update period.  This will tell you how long it takes for the VIP to see new data.


        Resolution

        By default the VIP polls at a LOW priority.  You can try to reset this priority higher, say to MEDIUM, but remember that this means that other clients will now not get updates as quickly. 

        The overall bottleneck is access to the serial communication port. Close VISTA diagrams that look at devices on the constricted port. Disable unneeded Data Recorders on ION devices on this port. This means the LogSrv doesn't have to upload unneeded logs.

        As an alternate application, use the VIP as a concentrator.  Let the VIP bring in the values of interest for its internal calculations and then reconstruct the Vista diagrams to get the values from the VIP. Vista would not contend for the port.

        Note: With PME 8.0 and higher changes made to architecture result in better sharing of serial communication bandwidth between LogSrv and real time date

        How do I setup a Lexium23A drive so that I can jog the motor from the built-in HMI.

        It is possible to perform a jog function from LXM32A via the built-in HMI with a minimal amount of wiring.

        Minimum wiring requirements are the motor is connected, the encoder is connected and the drive has mains power.

        Step 1.  Change the mode of operation from CANopen mode.  Parameter P1-01 must be set to any value other then 6 (canmode)  Suggested value is 0001 for position mode.

        Step 2. You must change the I/O assignment for DI6, DI7 and DI8 from the factory default settings. In the factory default settings the drive will require wiring to these inputs.
        Set parameters P2-15, P2-16 and P2-17 all to 0000.  This will assign these three inputs to disabled.

        Step 3. Power cycle the drive

        Step 4. Navigate to parameter P2-30 and set this parameter to 1 . This will enable the drive and the motor will now be energized with holding torque.

        Step 5. Navigate to parameter P4-05 (jog speed)  adjust the value of this parameter to your preferred jog speed and press enter.

        Step 7. You can now Jog the motor in a clockwise or counter-clockwise direction by pressing the arrow keys on the HMI

        If the drive will not operate in Jog mode and any alarms are seen flashing on the display when you attempt Jog mode, then verify that you have completed all the steps listed above.
        If all steps have been performed then review the manaul for LXM23 for possible causes of the alarm messages.

        Jog mode will function in most cases. however, if the motor is connected to a load which is too heavy for the motor to move reliably then the position deviation alarm may result.
        Also, if the motor has a brake, make sure the brake is properly wired so that the brake is being released when the drive switches to an enabled state.

        Rev 8-1-18

        Can we change the definition of start and end hours for a day in Dashboards?

        Issue
        Currently, a day is defined in PME dashboards as starting at 00:00 and ending at 23:59.

        Product Line
        Power Monitoring Expert 7.2.x
        Power Monitoring Expert 8.x

        Environment
        Power Monitoring Expert Software Configuration

        Cause
        In some circumstances, it is possible days are defined differently than the standard where the day starts at 0:00 and ends at 23:59. In such cases, it would be pertinent to be able to modify the start and end hours for a day in dashboards.

        Resolution
        *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.*

        For dashboards, the date ranges are specified in the database using a domain language. It is natural language based and relatively intuitive. The database table in the ApplicationModules database called Time.Period contains details for the dashboard web application time range. To change the "start of day" from the default (midnight) to some other value, right click the table and select "Edit Top 200 Rows". Change the formula column to match your needs.

        Below is an example that would specify 8:00AM as the "start of day". I'm showing the original table contents in the two left columns; edit the contents of the "Formula" column to match that in rightmost column. Note that the first 8 rows are not changed as the date range doesn't involve a natural day boundary.
         
        TABLE: [ApplicationModules].[Time].[Period]
        PeriodId Name Formula Change Formula to This
        1 Last Hour last hour last hour
        2 This Hour from this hour to startof (next hour) from this hour to startof (next hour)
        3 Last 2 Hours from last hour to startof (next hour) from last hour to startof (next hour)
        4 Last 4 Hours from 3 hours ago to startof (next hour) from 3 hours ago to startof (next hour)
        5 Last 8 Hours from 7 hours ago to startof (next hour) from 7 hours ago to startof (next hour)
        6 Last 12 Hours from 11 hours ago to startof (next hour) from 11 hours ago to startof (next hour)
        7 Last 16 Hours from 15 hours ago to startof (next hour) from 15 hours ago to startof (next hour)
        8 Last 24 Hours from 23 hours ago to startof (next hour) from 23 hours ago to startof (next hour)
        9 Yesterday yesterday from first hour=8 in yesterday to startof(first hour=8 in today)
        10 Today from startof (today) to now from first hour=8 in today to now
        11 Last 7 Days from six days ago to now from first hour=8 in six days ago to now
        12 Last 14 Days from 13 days ago to now from first hour=8 in 13 days ago to now
        13 Last 30 Days from 29 days ago to now from first hour=8 in 29 days ago to now
        14 Last Week last week from first hour=8 in last week to startof(first hour=8 in this week)
        15 This Week (=Week to Date) from this week to now from first hour=8 in this week to now
        16 Last 2 Weeks from last week to now from first hour=8 in last week to now
        17 Last Month last month from first hour=8 in last month to startof(first hour=8 in this month)
        18 This Month (=Month to Date) from this month to now from first hour=8 in this month to now
        19 Last 2 Months from last month to now from first hour=8 in last month to now
        20 Last Year last year from first hour=8 in last year to startof(first hour=8 in this year)
        21 This Year (=Year to Date) from this year to now from first hour=8 in this year to now
        22 Last 2 Years from last year to now from first hour=8 in last year to now

        CAVEAT: These changes are not guaranteed to survive a software upgrade.

        Limitations of 32-bit Floating Point Math in a SCADAPack

        Problem:

        After adding a small number to a floating point registers many times, the stored total loses accuracy over time. What's going on?
        NOTE: This scenario can also be seen in use with the FLOW or TOTL function block in TelePACE that is not logging data periodically and resetting the accumulator.

        Solution:

        The SCADAPack controllers store real or floating point numbers in two 16-bit registers and store it as a 32-bit floating point according to IEEE-754.
        Of the 32 bits, one is used for the sign, 8 are used for the exponent and 23 are used for the significand.
        There are many handy online floating point converters online.

        In Excel, where it doesn’t use 32 bit floating points to store real numbers, you have the ability to store many more digits accurately
        For example in Excel:
        890.914954861
        + 0.247545139
        =891.162500000

        If we look at this same calculation with 32 bit floating point math on the SCADAPack:
        890.914954861 is stored as a 32 bit FP = 445E BA8F hex = 890.91497802734375 (dec) = 1.10111101011101010001111b9 (binary)
        Similarly,
        0.247545139 stored as a 32 bit FP = 3E7D 7C79 = 0.24754513800144185556640625 (dec) = 1.11111010111110001111001b-3 (binary)

        At the controller level, the ADDF function handles the binary values but it needs to align the decimal points first.
        1.11111010111110001111001b-3 (binary) = 0.00000000000111111010111110001111001 b9 which will then get truncated to 0.00000000000111111010111 b9.

        Because the two numbers are several orders of magnitude apart, a lot of the precision of the smaller number gets lost in the controller.
        1.10111101011101010001111 b9
        +0.00000000000111111010111 b9
        =1.10111101100101001100110 b9

        = 891.1624755859375 in the controller which is a difference of about 0.000024 form the exact value seen above.

        NOTE: These effects are magnified as the numbers being added together get further and further apart.

        For example, assume we are counting the number of times a discrete event is occurring in a floating point value.
        e.g. 1.00 + 1.00 = 2.00; 2.00 + 1.00 = 3.00, etc...

        Eventually, we will get to a point where the floating point will no longer be able to continue to increment.
        Let's look at 16,777,220 and we add 1
        16,777,220 as a 32 bit FP = 4B80 0002 = 16,777,220 (dec) = 1.000000000000000000000100b24 (binary)
        1 as a 32 bit FP = 3F80 0000 = 1.000 (dec) = 1.00000000000000000000000b0 (binary)

        Again at the controller level, the ADDF function handles the binary values but it needs to align the decimal points first.

        1.000 000 000 000 000 000 000 00 b0 (binary) = 0.000 000 000 000 000 000 000 001 b24 which will then get truncated to 0.000 000 000 000 000 000 000 00 b24 since there are only 23 bits available for the significand.

        1.000 000 000 000 000 000 001 00 b24
        +0.000 000 000 000 000 000 000 00 b24

        1.000 000 000 000 000 000 001 00 b24 = 16,777,220

        So in 32 bit FP math, 16,777,220 + 1 = 16,777,220 NO CHANGE!

        Working within the limitations of 32-bit floating point math.

        Time is broken up into logical divisions to make it more manageable: seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years, etc.

        The same will have to be done within the 32-bit FP environment.
        In the example above, where a counter was being incremented by 1 at a time, it might be feasible to reset (or rollover) the main counter when it reaches one million and have a separate counter to record the number of rollovers (millions).

        NOTE: The use of 1 million as the counter rollover may not be suitable in all applications. It will be dependent on the incremental additions and the precision required for your application.

        When the primary counter passes 1 million:
        • increment the secondary count by 1 to count the number of millions.
        • reduce the primary counter by 1 million. This will help prevent a situation where a very small number is being added to a very large number
        NOTE: In the example where the totalizer is incremented by an integer value, it may be prefereable to handle the counters as an unsigned double integer. An unsigned double integer has the ability to go up to 4,294,967,295 (232-1)

        Reformatting a 300/303/310/400 Series Appliances

        Issue:

        Reformatting a 300/303/310/400 Series Appliances

        Product Line:

        NetBotz

        Environment:

        NetBotz version 1

        Cause:

        This article describes how to reset or reformat a Version 1 appliance. This procedure will return the appliance to its default settings which will erase all license keys, thresholds, user ids & passwords, and configuration details.
        Please note that version 1 appliances are no longer supported so any procedures taken on these appliances are done at your own risk. 

        Resolution:


        1. Attach a serial cable from your PC to the bot.
        2. Start HyperTerminal
        3. Configure HypterTerminal to use the correct serial port (that the cable is attached to) and take the default settings for everything except the bits per second which should be set for 38400
        4. Power off the bot (pull out the power cord)
        5. Power on the bot (re-connect)


        You will see something like the following:

        ************************************************************

        NetBotz ROM Version 1.3.34
        Power On Self Test Results:
        ROM Checksum: OK
        DRAM: OK
        Real-time clock: OK
        Analog to Digital Converter: VMIN = 0x00000000
        Analog to Digital Converter: VHALF = 0x00000200
        Analog to Digital Converter: VMAX = 0x000003FF
        Analog to Digital Converter: OK
        Camera: OK
        Application: OK - Version: Dev_08162002_1849_mmoreno

        Running application.
        Primary SYSVARS chksum valid: 0x00000a44
        Primary BSPVARS chksum valid: 0x00000bfe
        --------------------------------------------------------------------------
        CURRENT CONFIGURATION:
        IP address on LAN is 192.168.2.161
        LAN interface's subnet mask is 255.255.255.0
        IP address of default gateway to other networks is 192.168.2.1
        DHCP is enabled
        This board's MAC Address is 00:02:D3:00:2B:7F
        Product Code: RackBotz
        Revision Code: REV A10-12
        Manufacture Date: 10/30/2001
        Manufacturer Code: TEX
        Product Model Number: 300
        pSOS 2.5.1 Version
        --------------------------------------------------------------------------
        To change any of this, press any key within 3 seconds

        *********************************************************************************************

        6. When you see the prompt above ""To Change any of this, press any key within 3 seconds"", press ""Shift F"" (that is Shift and F at the same time).
        7. You will then be prompted with the following ""Do you really want to format the filesystem? [N]""
        8. Type a ""Y"" and press ""Enter""
        9. The bot will format its file system and then continue booting

        Once the booting is complete, reboot the bot once more.

         

        How to read alarm status's via registers on a CM3000/CM4000 series meter

        Issue
        Reading alarm registers

        Product Line
        CM3000
        CM4000

        Environment
        Alarming

        Resolution
        Register 10011 - 10022 (12) contain the active alarm status for all alarms in a Series 4000 or 3000 Circuit Monitor (CM3, CM4). The least significant register is 10022 and 10011 is the most significant register. Therefore, register 10022 contain the status of the first 16 alarms. In binary, the least significant bit (referred to as bit 00) to the right of the register represents alarm 1, bit 01 = alarm 2, bit 02 = alarm 3, and ...........

        1 = alarm is active
        0 = alarm is inactive

        Example:.
        Alarm 2 and 4 are active (bits 01 and 03)
        register 10022 reads 0000000000001010 in binary


        Alarm Description
        01 Over Current Phase A Over Ia 
        02 Over Current Phase B Over Ib 
        03 Over Current Phase C Over Ic 
        04 Over Current Neutral Over In 
        05 Over Current Ground Over Ig 
        06 Under Current Phase A Under Ia 
        07 Under Current Phase B Under Ib 
        08 Under Current Phase C Under Ic 
        09 Current Unbalance, Max I Unbal Max 
        10 Current Loss Current Loss 
        11 Over Voltage Phase AN Over Van 
        12 Over Voltage Phase BN Over Vbn 
        13 Over Voltage Phase CN Over Vcn 
        14 Over Voltage Phase AB Over Vab 
        15 Over Voltage Phase BC Over Vbc 
        16 Over Voltage Phase CA Over Vca 
        17 Under Voltage Phase A Under Van 
        18 Under Voltage Phase B Under Vbn 
        19 Under Voltage Phase C Under Vcn 
        20 Under Voltage Phase AB Under Vab 
        21 Under Voltage Phase BC Under Vbc 
        22 Under Voltage Phase CA Under Vca 
        23 Voltage Unbalance LN, Max V Unbal L-N Max 
        24 Voltage Unbalance LL, Max V Unbal L-L Max 
        25 Voltage Loss (loss of A,B,C, but not all) Voltage Loss 
        26 Phase Reversal Phase Rev 
        27 Over kVA Demand Over kVA Dmd 
        28 Over kW Demand Over kW Dmd 
        29 Over kVAR Demand Over kVAR Dmd 
        30 Over Frequency Over Freq 
        31 Under Frequency Under Freq 
        32 Lagging true power factor Lag True PF 
        33 Leading true power factor Lead True PF 
        34 Lagging displacement power factor Lag Disp PF 
        35 Leading displacement power factor Lead Disp PF 
        36 Over Current Demand Phase A Over Ia Dmd 
        37 Over Current Demand Phase B Over Ib Dmd 
        38 Over Current Demand Phase C Over Ic Dmd 
        39 Over THD Voltage AN Over THD Van 
        40 Over THD Voltage BN Over THD Vbn 
        41 Over THD Voltage CN Over THD Vcn 
        42 Over THD Voltage AB Over THD Vab 
        43 Over THD Voltage BC Over THD Vbc 
        44 Over THD Voltage CA Over THD Vca 
        45-80 Reserved for custom alarms.