Adaptor Module, S2, Suits 600 Series Mechanism, Single

Adaptor Module, S2, Suits 600 Series Mechanism, Single

Adaptor Module, S2, Suits 600 Series Mechanism, Single

Item Number: 80MA600-WE

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Colour White Electric (WE)
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  • Black 1 PCE



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Range of product

  • 800 Modena Series
  • PDL
    • Product brand


      Product or component type



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      Unit Type of Package 1


      Number of Units in Package 1


      Package 1 Weight

      6 g

      Package 1 Height

      25 mm

      Package 1 width

      30 mm

      Package 1 Length

      50 mm
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Is there an adaptor that lets you put a 30 series dimmer in a Modena switch plate?

      Yes there is the part number is 80MA30.

      Can a 30RJ45 mech be used in Modena?

      Yes a 30RJ45 mech can be used with 80MA30 to fit into Modena plate.


      Is there a replacement for the 800MAC adapter ?

      The replacement part number is 80MA30-WE
      For more information on this product range please visit the Clipsal web site on the link provided

      What happens when you connect a MPPT 80-600 charge controller on a multiple unit installation on the xanbus network with the same device?

      Multiple charge controllers connected to the same network will generate F69 if they have the same device number. The error will clear when the operator changes to a different device number for each controller. The device number can be changed in the Multi Unit Config screen of the SCP for the device that is to be configured.

      Is there a way to use 30 series mechanisms in Modena products?

      Yes, you can use the 80MA30 module. This product has been designed specifically to allow 30 Series mechanisms such as 30USBC, 30TV75MS and other
      30 Series products to connect seamlessly with Modena wall plates such as an M8080H Grid and Plate.

      For further information, please visit

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      What is the part number for 18RU, 600X600 Cabinet?

      The part number for the cabinet will be 3106N18C606.
      For more details please follow the below link:

      What is the code for a 2-gang conversion plate for PDL 500/600 series?

      Part code is PDL 538

      Is S383 an option with the Altivar 71 drives rated for 500/600 Vac?

      Is S383 an option with the Altivar 71 drives rated for 500/600 Vac?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 71 drives

      ATV71 ....Y
      Product Selection

      No, the S383 is not an option with the ATV71 ....Y versions.

      Does the XW inverter require Solar Charge Controller?

      XW6048 used to sell to the grid
      Setting the XW-series inverter to sell to grid
      In order for the XW inverter to sell to grid, the unit requires DC Coupled source of energy supplying the battery bank. DC Coupling means the DC renewable energy source must be regulated to the battery bank voltage. The XW inverters do not have a PV input. These inverters require Solar Charge Controllers (SCC) (or regulated DC from wind/hydro using diversion controller) to be able to function in grid support or sell mode. The charging source must to be able to perform 3-Stage charging on the batteries, otherwise the inverter will not be able to harvest the power being produced by the source(s).
      Solar Charge Controller Suggestions:
      MPPT  60-150 ( See attached manual and Link to
      MPPT 80-600  ( See attached manual and Link to

      What is the difference between the C-series SCC and the MPPT-series SCC?

      Explanation of the C-series and the MPPT-series Solar Charge Controllers

       Schneider Electric manufactures two types of Solar Charge Controllers, the C-series and the MPPT-series. This document will provide a basic understanding of how each unit works and what are the key differences between the two series. 

      First lets talk about the C-series:

      This units come on three difference sizes, C35, C40, and C60. Each one of them is rated for 35A, 40A, and 60A of charging respectively. The C-series works using PWM, which stands for Pulse Width Modulation. PWM works as a series of pulses which provide ON/OFF switching to a voltage source based on a time frame, the average between the pulses width provides the voltage needed. The following is an image that provides and example of the information described above. 
      Now lets cover the MPPT-series:

      This units come on two different sizes, MPPT60-150 and the MPPT80-600. Each one of this units can provide 60A of charging and 80A of charging respectively. The MPPT units use an algorithm called Maximum Power Point Tracking. MPPT algorithm considers several aspects of the power being provided by the PV Panels in order to harvest as much power as it can possibly get. The two main aspects it monitors is the Voltage (V) versus Current (I) curve. This units will lock their capability of harvest on what is called the knee curve. The knee curve is a basic Voltage versus Current curve that provide the efficiency of the PV panels. The best efficiency point of this curve is right where the voltage and the current curve hit the same point, which look like a knee, hence the name of the curve. The following graph shows a normal V vs. I curve.

       Notice that the MPPT harvest point is the BLUE line that is plotted accross each curve.

      Now lets talk about the differences between PWM and MPPT :
      PWM is a less efficient unit than the MPPT
      , because the C-series acts like a switch that connects the array to the battery, i.e. the battery voltage will determine the operating voltage of the modules. For this reason, the C-series requires the array to be configured to the same nominal voltage as the battery bank that is going to be charge with it. The MPPT series can track the maximum power voltage throughout the entire range of input PV voltage (at least 5VDC higher than the target BULK voltage up to the maximum MPPT voltage). The MPPT cannot "boost" from a lower PV voltage to a higher charge voltage, however.

      On a Masterpact NT/NW the charge and discharge button normally shows either charged or discharged. What does the ``OK`` with a line through it indication mean?

      On a MasterPact NT NW the charge and discharge button normally shows either charged or discharged.  What does the ``OK`` with a line through it indication mean?

      Product Line:
      Masterpact NT NW

      Manual or electrically operated

      When the charge indicator shows "Charge Not OK", the breaker contacts are open and the charging spring is inhibited for some reason. This reason must be cleared before the breaker can be closed. The status indicator may indicate this for multiple reasons:

      UVR not energized.
      Shunt Trip that is energized.
      Padlock attachment pulled out or not aligned (try loosening the cover or taking it off to realign the attachment).
      Push to Close button is partially depressed.

      What's the difference between ATS22..S6U and ATS22...S6 Softstart models?

      What's the difference between an ATS22..S6U and  ATS22..S6 soft start models?

      Product Line:
      Altistart 22 ATS22

      All models, All series

      Altistart has difference voltage suffix S6U and S6.  

      The ATS22..S6 model requires 220vac control power and has 24vdc logic inputs.

      The ATS22..S6U model requires 110vac control power and has 110vac logic inputs.

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