switch surf 3p 300a f/wired

Main Switch, 3 Pole, 300A, Panel Mount, Front Wiring With Cover

Catalogue Number: T300FA
switch surf 3p 300a f/wired
Colour: Black
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Black 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Device presentation
basic element
Switch function
3-pole
Number of poles
3
Mounting support
panel
Local signalling
without
Rated current
300 A
Marking
without marking
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant
Circularity Profile
N/A
WEEE
The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins

Frequently Asked Questions

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Whats the dimensions for a T300, T300L, T300S

 210 x 158 x 117mm (L x W x D)

Whats are the dimensions of the T200, T200FA, T200F, T200X, T200L, T200S

 210 x 158 x 112mm (L x D x W) 

what are the dimensions for a T100, T100F, T150, T150LF, T150F

 140 x 94 x 81mm ( L x W x D)

Can I use if I need a fan controller 300va but no neutral

Not available

Whats the dimensions of a T100, T100F

 140 x 94 x 81mm (L x W x D)

What is the depth of a Clipsal T150F main switch?

The depth is 81mm including the toggle.
It is 140mm (H) x 94mm (W)
The T100 and T150 (front or back wired) range are all the same body size.

What is the maximum size of the CoreDB in Easergy T300? What is the maximum number of variables that the T300 can handle?

  • HU250 module includes 1GBit SDRAM memory and each SC150 has 4Mo.
  • The limit of the T300 system comes from the capacity to connect devices (24 SC150 max) upon which the communication could get saturated.
  • However, there are no specific limits concerning the number of variables.

What is the part number for 4 pole, 63A, 300mA RCD?

The part number for 4 pole, 63A, 300mA RCD is A9R25463

A9R25463 
iID - earth leakage protection - 4P - 63A - 300mA - A type 
For more information see;  https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=A9R25463

What is the part number for a 4 pole 63A Selective super immune RCD with 300mA trip?

The part number for a 4 pole 63A Selective super immune RCD with 300mA trip is - 4RC463SIS300

For further information, visit the link below:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=4RC463SIS300
 

What are the dimensions of T100 & T300?

The dimensions for the T100 are 140x94x81
 
The dimensions for the T300 are 210x158x112

Example of Command from SCADA/IEC104 to a SC110/MODBUS to operate a switch

Please refer to attached file 

How do we test FPI?

Please refer to the attached file 

What are the minimum currents to detect a fault?

Example for Over-current (DT curves) :
  • Minimum threshold for detecting phase-to-phase faults: 0.02 In-4 In 
  • Minimum threshold for detecting zero sequence Faults : 0.008 In-1.6 In

What is the part number for 300mA sensitivity RCCB, in 63amp?

The part number will be A9R25263.
For more specifications please follow the below link,
https://www.schneider-electric.co.uk/en/product/A9R25263/iid---rccb---2p---63a----300ma----a-type/
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How many SCADA clients can be connected to an Easergy T300 using IEC 104 protocol?

  • There is a limitation of 8 redundant connections to create multiple SCADA channels using the IEC104 protocol. Create 1 channel per client.
  • Make sure to fill-in the Remote IP@ list field. It shall be different for every channel
  • Please refer to attached file   

What is the minimum and maximum rated voltage on which the Vigi C120 can operate.

The minimum/maximum rated voltage on which Vigi C120 range can operate is as follows:
 
  1. For VigiC120 30mA - Minimum Voltage 196V / Maximum Voltage 456V
  2. For VigiC120 300mA - Minimum Voltage 189V / Maximum Voltage 456V
  3. For VigiC120 500mA - Minimum Voltage 175V / Maximum Voltage 456V
     

How to save the active configuration in one of the 3 backup slots of the Webserver? Is all configuration data saved?

  • Yes, all data can be saved in one of the 3 backup memory slots of the HU250 memory.
  • The T300 configuration uploaded into the product or saved externally is a compressed tar.gz filetype. This file contains the complete equipment configuration, including SC150 settings and  system parameters (IP address, modem parameters, etc.). But it excludes SC150 IP addresses, user parameters and RBAC access rights which are stored into the rights management tool (SAT).
  • Please see the attached file for an excerpt from the T300 user manual for details. 

What is the behavior of the FPI if the parameter cross-country fault detection is disabled?

  • This option is used to enable detection of "double" fault currents, i.e. 2 simultaneous phase-to-ground faults on 2 phases and at 2 different locations on the network.
  • In case of double fault on 2 different locations of the network, the 2 directions will be indicated.
  • In all cases this generates 2 phase faults. With this option the cross-country fault alarm will be set in addition to the phase faults.
Note: cross-country fault detections are only available on instance 3 of a zero sequence fault (in ammetric fault detection).
This case should not be confused with what is called "double fault" in France, which is referring to 2 faults in sequence
 

Current Clamp wiring configuration with ION meters

Goals and Symptoms

Users may order the following current clamps to use with our ION meters:

Model #
Type
Current Range
Output
clamp-on
50mA to 10A AC
1 VAC
clamp-on
1 to 1000A AC
1 VAC
clamp-on
3 to 3000A AC
1 VAC
split-core
5A
0.333 VAC
split-core
300A
0.333 VAC

These clamp come with three wires
  1. Blue
  2. White
  3. Shield (If ordered separately from the meter).

Which wire is positive and which is negative?

Causes and Fixes

The Blue wire is the POSITIVE wire and should be conencted to I11, I21 or I31
The White wire is the NEGATIVE wire and should be connected to I12,I22 or I32.
The Shield wire can be grounded.



Last Revised: December 13, 2007
Applies To: ION 7300, 7550 / 7650, 8600, 8800
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All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL190319 V1.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 12/11/2007, Last Edited by KBAdPM on 12/11/2007
Related ranges: ION8800, ION8600, ION7550/ION7650, ION7300

A customer's leakage circuit breaker will immediately trip when ATV28's earthing terminal is well-grounded. How to stop its leakage circuit breaker no...

Goals and Symptoms

A customer's leakage circuit breaker will immediately trip when ATV28's earthing terminal is well-grounded. How to stop its leakage circuit breaker not to trip if ATV28 is installed and well-grounded ? Does ATV28's internal protection have the same function as leakage circuit breaker has? Can any ATV28's fault code subsitiute the function of leakage circuit breaker?

Causes and Fixes

About SCF:

This fault is detected by the ZCT (zero current transformer).
Trip level is a differential current > 2.5 A

But if there is a 2.5A leakage current (or unbalance between phase)

So we advise to check the earth and unbalanced current with an oscilloscope at the moment of the fault.
If the cable is shielded check that it is correctly connect (no high current circulation in the shield).
Test with disconnecting one side of the shield.
Test with a motor inductance (may be the capacitance of cable and motor is high and generate leak current peak.
Check that the supply voltage is stable and at the good value when the fault occurs.

For the leakage current:

1 - Drive generate a HF leakage current which perturbs the magnetic circuit of the breakers (saturation).
The solutions are
- to use immunized breaker as DPN SI range or RH328AF from MerlinGerin (data in attachment).
- to use motor inductance (long cable only)
- to use eventually RFI filters
- to reduce the switching frequency

2- The other reason is the level of the 50Hz leakage current due principally to RFI filters (internal and external), the cable and motor capacitance, and at power on, to the transient unbalancing between phases.
In this case it's often not possible to reduce this level (you can disconnect the filters but you increase the HF leakage), the only solution we know is to increase the tripping threshold of the breaker.
Generally drives (also our competitors) are not compatible with 30mA differential breakers, we rather advise a 300mA minimum to not trip on power on or to disable the protection during power on.

The values of leakage current depend to the range, you can find a sheet in the GHD Lotus Notes base.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL159326 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Altivar 28

What are the switchgear control failure codes?

  • A code appears in Event log for each control operation:
Code      Reason
0              Command completed successfully
1              Local command blocked because switch position is intermediate or unknown
2              Local command blocked because switch position is already in correct state
3              Local command canceled by user
4              Switch position did not change within configured maximum operation time
5              Command blocked by Head Unit interlocks, e.g. motor supply fault or battery low
6              Command failed due to timeout waiting for enable from Head Unit
7              Local command blocked because disabled by configuration
8              Local command blocked because local/remote status is unknown
9              Local command blocked because local/remote status is remote
10           Local command blocked because automation is on
11           Remote command blocked because automation is on
12           Sectionalizer command blocked because automation is off
13           Sectionalizer command blocked because local/remote status is unknown
14           Sectionalizer command blocked because local/remote status is local
15           Unexpected command source (firmware error)
16           Remote command blocked because requested position is not a valid value
17           Command blocked because a command is already in progress for this module
18           Command blocked because the power shutdown signal is active
19           Command blocked because a command is already in progress for another module
20           Command blocked because measured switch position is intermediate or unknown
21           Command blocked because measured switch position is the same as the requested position
22           Command blocked because earth switch position is open
23           Open command blocked because external input is false
24           Open command blocked because external input is true
25           Close command blocked because external input is false
26           Close command blocked because external input is true
27           Commands blocked because module behaviour mode is off