30 Series, Switch Mechanisms, Neon Indicator Mechanisms, 250V

30 Series, Switch Mechanisms, Neon Indicator Mechanisms, 250V AM

Item Number: 30N-AM



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Standard|Sundry Series 30

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indicator module


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Mercury free


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Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information



PVC (polyvinyl chloride)


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Package 1 height

2.36 cm

Package 1 width

2.36 cm

Package 1 length

2.8 cm

Package 1 weight

9.421 g
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What are the Rated short-circuit making capacity (Icm) and Rated short-time withstand current (Icw) values of Compact NSX Switch-disconnectors (NSX xxx NA)?

Rated short-circuit making capacity (Icm) and Rated short-time withstand current (Icw) values for Compact NSX Switch-disconnectors can be found in Compact NSX Catalogue.

Icw and Icm values are defined by IEC60947 standard as following:

Icw is the value of RMS current that can flow through the disconnector for a given time without causing damage to the device.

Icm is the peak value of short circuit current that the disconnector can close to, if closing on a fault without being damaged.

Please see the following characteristic from the NSX Catalogue:
Icw NSX NA.png

For example, Icw value of NSX400 NA is 5000A/1s, that means NSX400NA can withstand 5kA/1s.
Please note that NSX switch disconnectors can’t withstand any other higher values which are not mentioned under Icw for 1 second.

The greater Icm value (330 kA) is related to the case when the disconnector is combined with upstream current limiting circuit breakers while the lower value is for switch-disconnector alone.

It is mandatory to use a circuit breaker upstream of them for protection against overloads and short circuits.

However, the Compact NSX NA switch-disconnectors are self-protected (i.e. they have a certain magnetic tripping threshold.), as noted on the catalog page. NSX NA is self-protected as soon as the switch is closed.

This function is ensured by a magnetic protection inside the switch.
The THRESHOLD self-protection by their high-set magnetic release are:
    - 10kA for the NSX100NA till NSX250NA
    - 15kA for the NSX400NA till NSX630NA

It is only an integrated partial protection to avoid contact repulsion and it could not be used for network protection. 
We have no characteristic graphs for the self-protection by high-set magnetic release, because it is not a performance value for customer application.


Can an ATV61 drive in an enclosed system be replaced by a process drive?

What is the replacement for ATV61 drive in an enclosed system?  
Product line:
ATV600 series Altivar process drive.
All open style Altivar Process drives, all serial numbers
Customer likes the new features of the process drive but has an existing enclosed system or MCC

The ATV61 is a Variable torque drive.  It can provide up to 120% overcurrent capacity.  It has a standard HP (kW) rating per part number.  HOWEVER the ATV61, when installed in a Schneider designed and built Enclosure or MCC could be re-rated to run the next HP size larger motor.   This function (called PN+1) was limited to just SE built packages.
When replacing an ATV61 it is very important to know if the PN+1 rating has been used as you will need to select a new drive with the proper HP for the motor.
Normal ATV61 part numbers follow the pattern ATV61HD22N4 where the D22 indicates the kW and the N4 is the Voltage.  When a drive had been installed using the PN+1 the part number will read ATV61KD30N4.  Notice the H has changed to a K and the D22 has changed to the next size larger D30.
ATV61/71 drives have the ability to hold 3 option cards.  1 Encoder card and 2 others.  Verify if any option cards are installed, and if so, are they being used (lots of installations have option cards installed for future updates that never happen). 
There are 4 option cards that are designed specifically for the ATV61 and do not work with the ATV71.
BACnet (VW3A3315 and VW3A3319), Metasys N2 (VW3A3313), LONworks (VW3A3312), and Apogee P1 (VW3A3314).
ATV61 Installation manuals are available here:
Small HP (less than 90 kW): http://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/1760643/
Large HP: http://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/1760655/
ATV61 Programming Manual here: http://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/1760649/
ATV71 install manuals here:
ATV71 Programming manual here:
ATV61/71 enclosed drives often used a Flange kit that allowed the heatsink to be extended through the back of the enclosure.  This was similar to what was done with the FLEX58 drives although the dimensions were very different and usually not compatible.
Retrofit installations will have to account for this.
There were a number of Enclosed AT61/71 products, including the E-Flex, M-Flex, Altivar Outdoor, Irrigation Field Drive and the 18 pulse CPD (Clean Power Drive).
Retrofitting a new drive into an 18 pulse enclosed drive is not recommended.  You should consider a new 18 pulse, the ATV680 Low Harmonic drive or the ATV980 active front end drive instead.
Altivar Process Drive – ATV630.
The ATV630 was launched in 2016 as a pump and fan drive that would replace the ATV61.
The terminology for sizing the drives has changed with this product.
We now use the term Normal Duty for drives that have an overcurrent capacity of 110% and Heavy Duty for drives with 150% overcurrent capacity.
So applications like fans and centrifugal pumps which we used to call Variable torque can be sized for Normal Duty.  A high torque load such as a positive displacement pump can also use the ATV630 but it would need to be sized for Heavy Duty.  This allows greater flexibility to use the drive you want (ATV630 or ATV930) for the application.
The HP(kW) rating of a drive programmed for Heavy Duty is 1 size less than the Normal duty sizing.
The ATV630 does not have provisions to accept a Dynamic Braking Resistor so should not be used on applications with overhauling loads or installations which have frequent high voltage conditions.
The ATV630 comes with a ModBus communication port and a ModBus TCP/IP Ethernet port.  It also has the ability to accept 2 option cards, although only 1 of them can be a serial communication option.

Summary: The ATV630 drive are generally taller than the ATV61 drives, which can cause problems when mounting the ATV630 in a ATV61 enclosure.  Generally speaking , it is NOT recommended to retrofit the ATV61 with a ATV630 , in a enclosure because of the above listed issues.

What is the part number of the Main Control board for ATV71HD22N4?

ATV71HD22N4:  Need to replace the Main Control board.

Product Line:

ATV71HO75N4, ATV71HU15N4, ATV71HU22N4, ATV71HU30N4, ATV71HU40N4, ATV71HU55N4, ATV71HU75N4, ATV71HD11N4, ATV71HD15N4, ATV71HD18N4, ATV71HD22N4, ATV71HD30N4, ATV71HD37N4, ATV71HD45N4, ATV71HD55N4, ATV71HD75N4

Need the Main Control board part number.

The Main Control board part number for these drive is VX4A71100Y

What is the part number for the thermal sensor on a ATV61 or 71HD30N4?

ATV61 or ATV71HD30N4 thermal sensor part number
Product Line:   
Replacement thermal sensor
 The ATV61 / 71HD30N3 thermal sensor is a VZ3G1101

What is the replacement for Merlin Gerin NS630N MCCB?

The replacement for  NSX630N is LV432893.

Circuit breaker Compact NSX630N, 50 kA at 415 VAC, Micrologic 2.3 trip unit 630 A, 3 poles 3d
For further information see:
LV432893 Product picture

Where can I find the ATV61 E-Flex enclosed drive heatsink fan part numbers?

Part number of Heatsink fan for an ATV61 E-Flex Enclosed Drive.

Product Line:
Altivar ATV61 E-Eflex only


Heatsink fan replacement part numbers.

You will need to know what ATV61 drive is in the E-Flex enclosure before you can choose the correct heatsink fan.  Once you find out what ATV61 drive is mounted inside the enclosure you can choose the heatsink fan on

page 119 or 120 in the  the E-Flex enclosed installation manual 30072-451-51D.

If the customer can not give you the Class or type of the enclosure or the ATV61 drives part number that is mounted inside the enclosure they can look at the engineering name plate on the door to get this information.

Example: Heat sink fan for E-Flex with an ATV61HU30N4 drive will be part number VZ3V1209.

See the attached document.