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Catalogue Number: 162/3
box wall 3g dbl ht concrete
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Range of product
Series 162
Product brand
Number of gangs
6 gangs
Cable entry number
Surface treatment
140 mm
194 mm
58 mm
Location of connection
Sustainable offer status
Green Premium product
REACh Regulation
Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
REACh free of SVHC
EU RoHS Directive
Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
Toxic heavy metal free
Mercury free
RoHS exemption information
China RoHS Regulation
 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the alternate code for a 164/3

There is no plastic box the same size as 164/3, you can use PDL144Mt side by side would do the same

What is the wall box to suit the B6/30/3 ?

 The part number for the wall box is 164/3

What are the dimensions for part number 162/4?

The dimensions are 186mm (w) x 194mm (h) x 58mm (d)

for more information on this part please refer to

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What are the part numbers for Brushed Aluminium covers for the 1/2/3 gang architrave switches in the C2000 series?

The part numbers would be  C2001C-BA for single gang, C2002C-BA for double gang and C2003C-BA for triple.
These also come in a labelled version.

For more information, visit the website at and click on the link to view a brochure.

What is the wall box to suit the B8/30/4

 The wall box part number is 164/4

What is the Surge Arrestor to fit PDL DBF30 for domestic application

Part code is 16693

What is the wall box to suit the B4/30/2 ?

 The part number for the wall box is 164/2

What are the dimensions of the 164/5 wall box?

The dimensions of the 164/5 wall box are 234mm wide x 97mm high x 58mm deep.

Some of the key features are:
  • Fixed nut
  • 5 gang
  • Standard size
  • for poured concrete
For further information please visit

What is the wall box to suit the B10/30/5 ?

 The part number for the wall box 164/5

What is the cable size for the earth on the 16693

 The cable size is 4 or 6mm

What are the dimensions of wall box 164/4 and the part number to suit?

The 164/4 which is the wall box to suit part number B8/30/4.

dimensions  188mm x 97mm x 58 mm

What is part number for lid to suit 265/3?

Unfortunately, the part number 265/3LID-GY is no longer available.

What are the dimensions of wall box to suit 14/30/7

Dimensions of wall box 324mm x 97mm x 58mm Part no 164/7

How do I configure my Call UPS SmartSlot Card (AP9608)?


How do I configure my Call UPS SmartSlot Card (AP9608)?

Product Line
  • UPS Device Management
    • Call UPS - AP9608 (discontinued)


  • All serial numbers
  • All installation scenarios


General configuration information


1.) Install the Call-UPS into the Smart-UPS, Matrix-UPS, Symmetra, or other supported UPS.

2.) Attach the null modem cable (APC part # 940-0103) from the AP9608 Management Port to a serial communications port on a computer with a terminal emulation program available.

Please note that if you have the scroll lock on, HyperTerminal or similar will not communicate properly with an APC UPS or accessory.

3.) Establish a terminal emulation session at the following settings: 9600 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity. Many terminal packages are available and will function as long as these parameters are selected.

4.) Major characteristics to configure:

Set Answer Rings = 1 or 2, set baud rate to one that is supported by attached modem.
5.) Fully close out of Call-UPS II configuration screen by pressing the <Esc> key as many times as needed.

6.) Remove null modem cable and attach modem's communications cable to the Call-UPS II Management Port.


Do the GV7 and the LR9F trip on phase loss?

Yes they do, though their trip time for "unbalanced phases" is much faster than that of the conventional thermal magnetic overloads, such as GV2/3 series or LRD series.

The GV7 and LR9F series will both trip after 4 seconds (+ or - 20%) on phase loss where an LRD or GV2/3 can keep running for up to 2 hours unless an overload is detected in the remaining phases.

Why is the 16693 surge protection device resettable?

It has a built in 6kA circuit breaker, however the surge protection cartridge is non-replaceable so once the cartridge has operated the unit will need to be replaced.

What is the part number for the wall box for the 14/30/7 and dimensions?

The part number for the wall box for the 14/30/7 and dimensions are - 164/7 & dimensions - W324mm x H97mm x D58mm

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Do the Advantys STB Reflex actions work without having a Field bus connected or communicating ?


Advantys STB reflex actions



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Advantys STB






Yes, the Reflex actions will work without communications to a Field bus, when the following conditions are true:

  • Two channel output modules with both channels configured for reflex actions.
  • Neither of these reflex actions is receiving any inputs from the NIM (inputs to the reflex blocks are not coming from the virtual module/master PLC or from the action module itself).

Note: Only two-channel output modules are supported.

What are the dimensions of the wall box to suit the B12/30/6 Multi-Gang Switch?

The wall box to suit the 12/30/6 Multi-Gang Switch is a 164/6.

The dimensions of the wall box is a 164/6 are 278mm(W) X 97mm(H) X 58mm(D).

Some of the key features are:

  • 30 series rocker type
  • B-Style
  • Switch arrangement 6 horizontal and 2 vertical
  • Fascia size: 303 mm Width x 120 mm Height
  • 12 number of switch apertures

For further information please visit

What would cause the error "Flash RAM version mismatch, cannot write" when trying to download to a Quantum PLC using ProWORX NxT?

"Flash RAM version mismatch, cannot write" when trying to download to a Quantum PLC using ProWORX NxT

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The most common cause of this error is selecting the wrong "Controller Type" during configuration.

When configuring a Quantum PLC with ProWORX NxT, you must select the correct executive firmware for the "Controller Type". Below is the Change Controller Type "Pick List". If the Quantum PLC has version 2.XX firmware, you need to select Rev 2 for the PLC Type. "Quantum 113/3 is for version 1.XX firmware" and "Quantum 113/3 REV 2" is for version 2.XX firmware.

How many uni-telway addresses does the TSX 37Micro/TSX57Premium terminal port support?

The maximum number of uni-telway addresses supported by the terminal port in master mode is 8.
Addresses 1,2,3 are reserved for the programming device. therefore, only addresses 4,5,6,7,8 are available.

Is there a rotary switch for the Saturn 4000 series to use with existing capacitors for fans?

The 60RSM3 is a 4 position ( off, 1,2,3 ) mechanism that can be used with existing capacitors.
Some of the key features are:
  • Rotary (3 On/1 Off)
  • 250VAC, 10A
For further information please visit


Why the bluetooth interface TCSWAAC13FB does not restart after a power cut when is connected to the PLC TM221

As described in the Hardware Guide of SoMachine Basic, the PLC TM221xx RJ-45 connector with RS485 has some pins that MUST not be connected: Pins 1,2,3 and 6.
Please do not use 8 wires cables, use the cable reference XBTZ9980 (4 wires cable).

Reset Button: combination starter with Tesys T

If a combination starter is ordered with a Tesys T overload relay will the door of the enclosure have a reset button?

Product Line:
Combination Starters

NEMA Combination Starters

Product Characteristics

Yes it will, unless the combination starter comes in a NEMA 12/3R which specifically excludes a reset button on the door. This can be seen by looking at the combination starter class and type in the Schneider Electric Digest.

What is the XNDF3025 ?

Goals and Symptoms

What is the XNDF3025 ?

Facts and Changes

Textile industry

Causes and Fixes

Updated resolution.
XNDF3025 "was" an electronic sensor for textile applications.
XND range is no more manufactured by =S= (Telemecanique) since 1991.
Nowadays, we do not have any product for textile industries; we have left the market, but the PRODUCTS are made now, by the following company :
Post address : Le Plantier, 16220 MONTBRON, FRANCE
Phone :33-5-45-23-93-75.....................Fax :33-5-45-23-93-85
Email :
Web site :

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL183852 V1.0, Originally authored by FrDa on 04/26/2007, Last Edited by FrDa on 04/26/2007
Related ranges: XZ

Can an ATS23 be used with a motor that is smaller than the rating of the soft starter?

Issue:   Can an ATS23 be used with a motor that is smaller than the rating of the soft starter?
Product Line:  ATS23 
Environment:  All
Cause:   N/A
Resolution:   The soft starter will fault if the current is less than 10 % of the rating. Therefore, the actual load must be great enough to cause the motor to draw more than 10% of the rated current for the soft starter. If the load is light you may be able to get it to run if the ACC is decreased.


What is the part number for flushing plates for 56 Series?

Yes. The part number to flush mount 56 Series products is the 56FA series.
Some of the features of this product are
  • Switches and combinations can be transformed into flush mounting equivalents
  • The surrounds can be used on various types of walls to ensure a neat installation
  • This product is available in 1,2,3 & 4 Gang configurations.
For further information, please visit

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What does the SLC suffix indicate when use with a safety switch catalog number?

Safety Switch SLC Suffix.

Product Line:
Safety Switch

Heavy Duty Safety Switch

The SLC suffix is used to provide a factory special safety switch with terminal lugs that accept only copper wire. The standard lugs provided on a safety switch will accept either aluminum or copper wire. This special feature is only available on Type 1, 3R, 4/4X/5 stainless steel, 12/3R and 12K switches from 30A - 600A. 

Shutdown VMware ESXi 4.X, 5.X unlicensed server with PowerChute Network Shutdown

How to shutdown VMware ESXi host that is running the free edition of VMware with PowerChute Network Shutdown

Product Line:
PowerChute Network Shutdown

VMWare ESXi free edition

The VMware free edition of ESXi provides read-only access to the API functions. Without access to API functions, PowerChute cannot issue a command to shut down the ESXi host.


The following Kbase article provides a sample script that com be used to shut down an unlicensed ESXi host. You can configure PowerChute Network Shutdown to execute this script using the shutdown command file feature.

Direction can be found at

PowerChute can issue shutdown commands for licensed ESXi hosts and does not require an external script.

NOTE: The document describing how to shut down an unlicensed ESXi server is provided by the VMware Community. Follow the steps at your own risk; Schneider Electric does not give support for these instructions.

How do you change the default username and password on the Advantys STB Ethernet NIM STBNIP2212 ?


STBNIP2212 web pages username and password



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Advantys STB





Once you are connected to the web pages via the default username "USER" and password of "USER", follow this procedure:

1.  Click on the Security tab.
2.  Select the Change Web Access Password option.
3.  Type the new user name. (The user name can have a maximum of eight alphanumeric characters. You can also use an underscore (_). The characters are case-sensitive.)
4.  Type the user name again to Confirm New User Name field.
5.  In the New Password field, type your web access password. (The password can have a maximum of eight alphanumeric characters. You can also use an underscore (_). The characters are case-sensitive.)
6.  Type the password again in the Confirm New Password field.
7.  Click on the Save button.

The web access user name and password will take effect immediately.



How does the EV230WS show when charging is completed?

How does the EV230WS indicate that charging is completed?

Product Line:

Residential Home Electric Vehicle Charger

End user needs clarification of the User Guide.

When the vehicle has stopped requesting charge, the green progress indicator illuminated corresponds to the last hour of charging completed.

To clarify how the display indicators work, review this example scenario.  While the vehicle is charging, progress indicator lights arranged in a circle on the charger will blink in a clockwise fashion.   If the vehicle is in the 3rd hour of charge, lights 1-2-3 will blink successively.  If charging completes at any time between 4 and 5 hours, then only light 4 will be lit up solid with lights 1, 2, and 3 off.  When the charge handle is disconnected from the vehicle, then the progress indicator lights will all shut off.  

Review the EV230WS User manual here.

WIll the motor or terminal strips on the output side of a drive affect the SCCR rating of the drive?

WIll the motor or terminal strips on the output side of a drive affect the SCCR rating of the drive?
Product Line:
Altivar Variable Frequency Drives
All Altivar drive products.
Information not available in current literature.
No.  The SCCR annex is an input current rating.  Terminal strips, disconnect switches, contactors, or other approved equipment connected to the output of the drive will not affect the input SCCR rating of the drive itself.  Note that the Altivar drive is not approved as a current limiting device and therefore, the overall SCCR rating of the panel the drive is installed in will be the SCCR rating of the lowest rated device in the panel.


On an ATS22 soft starter, what does PIF fault indicate?

 On an ATS22 soft starter, what does PIF fault indicate?

Product Line:

All models

ATS22 faults on PIF.

PIF is a Phase Inversion Fault.  This is an indication that the phase rotation of the incoming three phase power on L1, L2, L3 is incorrect.   Factory default for this setting is disabled.  It must be enabled by the user to either 1,2,3 or 3,2,1. Look at Menu PrO, parameter PHr. It is used to prevent the motor from running in the wrong direction if the phasing of the incoming power to the starter reverses.  If PIF fault is occurring, check that the phase rotation of the incoming power has not been reversed.

Serial communications between Smart-UPS VTs, Galaxy 3500, and Symmetra PX with IBM AS/400, i Series

How to configure Smart-UPS VTs, Galaxy 3500, and Symmetra PX with IBM AS/400, i Series

Product line/s:

IBM AS/400 server

Installation information

There is no tested support for AS400/IBM iSeries servers on our larger 3-phase UPS systems.
The current untested suggestion is if the customer already has a AP98275 cable kit, they can attempt to connect as they would to a Symmetra LX as outlined in the FA159551 K-Base.  Connection would be directly to the standard customer interface port (as if you were connecting to the NMC). 
**Do not make ANY cable connections to this port unless in Maintenance Bypass, as there is always a risk of load loss.**
**remember that a Field Engineer could be dispatched to set a UPS to ‘never shutdown’ via IM programming**
The alternate solution is to run a script on some other PCNS compatible server that could interface with and shutdown the AS400.  We have no support for any scripts or connection suggestions.
*Available UPS Signalling Options for IBM AS/400 & IBMi (IBM Power Systems) can be found in FAQ FA159551.

Previously documented solution: no longer possible – do not suggest this by replacing a AP9607 with a AP9624 (untested with 3-phase UPS)
In order to use an IBM AS/400 or IBM iSeries server with a Smart-UPS VT, Galaxy 3500, Symmetra PX, or other larger 3-phase supported UPS, please follow the steps below: 
  1. Remove Network Management Card (NMC) from the SmartSlot of the UPS.
·         If the UPS has two or more SmartSlots, you can refer to this document for the proper installation order of multiple accessories.
  1. Install simple signaling card part number AP9607 into the SmartSlot.
  2. If the NMC is needed and your UPS only has one SmartSlot, attach expansion chassis part numbers AP9600 or AP9604BLK to the serial port of the UPS and install the NMC in the chassis.
  3. Attach the proper serial cable* between the AP9607 and the IBM AS/400
*Available UPS Signalling Options for IBM AS/400 & IBMi (IBM Power Systems) can be found in FAQ FA159551.

PowerSCADA Expert - Maximum number of IODevices of MODNET type

Customer request:
To integrate in the PowerSCADA Expert (PSE) project 400 sets of Ethernet devices which support Modbus TCP protocol.
The question was if all the devices can be integrated to one PSE Server, and the SCADA system is redundant.
In the legacy software version, one IOServer could only have one TCP/IP Board and 255 Ports can be created on that type of Board.
Can we integrate all the devices into one PSE Server? If yes, then how to configure the communication including IO Server, Board, Port and IODevice?

The maximum limit in PowerSCADA software is of 16383 IODevices per project and 4095 simultaneous multiple protocols.
BOARD types have to be unique per IOServer.
You may find reference of the word "Channel" in various documentation resources.
To be clear, PORT = Channel.
PORT number limits are hardcoded into each communication driver.
The TCPIP driver (TCPIP.DLL) supports 512 PORTS per board since DLL version, thus MODNET driver (MODNET.DLL) supports 512 PORTS (channels) since driver version

These limits are theoretical limits, in reality there are Kernel Queues that introduce another limitation.
[Kernel]Queue has a max of 5000 (which is also default value), but some drivers like Modnet consume more queues per channel than others.
Modnet consumes 13 Kernel Queues per PORT.
As a result, a 512 hardcoded limit for Modnet PORTs will be downgraded to 300-350 because of these queues.
So, consider the limit at 350 MODNET PORTS per BOARD (per IOServer).
If you use ModbusTCP/RTU Gateways, then you can have thousands of IODevices on the same IOServer, just because for each of the 350 PORTS you could have several different IODevices, with different Addresses (UnitID).
For example: 1 Gateway to collect 5 SEPAMs means: 5 IODevices (5 different IODevice Addresses), 1 PORT (the same PORT that uses Special Options for Gateway's IP address), 1 BOARD (TCPIP).

To overcome the 350 PORTS limit, more IOServers are needed.

Further, another reduction should be made, imposed by the recommended number of IODevices per IOServer.
In the same project, the same Cluster, the same Network Address, the PowerSCADA team recommendation (rule) is: either 50000 tags or 250 IODevices per IOServer. Whichever comes first.
To create another IOServer in the same Cluster and the same Network Address, simply add another IOServer but specify a different Port (this is the Port from the IO Server dialog window).
Doing so, you will need to define different Ports for the extra IOServers: default is 2082, so you may add any unused TCP port: 3082 for second IOServer, 4082 for third IOServer and so on.

Here are some configuration screenshots (using Excel and DBF Add-in) to illustrate the IODevices distribution per IOServers:





Created on 8th JUL 2015 by
Adrian Dicea
Global Expert Technical Support Engineer - Support Prime PSE / EGX

Power Monitoring Expert 8.2 installation/upgrade fails at Create Database and Verify Database if SQL Server Management Studio v17.x is installed

The installation of PME 8.2 or upgrade to PME 8.2 fails at the 'Create Database' and 'Verify Database' steps. None of the databases get created. This will occur if SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) v17.x has been installed. This problem is independent of the SQL Server version being used. The problem occurs because version 17 of SSMS installs sqlpackage.exe in the \140\DAC\bin folder, and this is not where the PME installer expects it to be. This new version of SSMS is compatible with older versions of SQL Server, so this problem is not confined to those using SQL Server 2016.

Product Line
Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 8.2



New Installs
CASE 1: You have tried to install PME 8.2 and the installer has failed at the Create Database and Verify Database steps
  1. Shut down the installer
  2. Go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features and uninstall 'Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework (x86)' - see attached screen cap
  3. Browse the PME 8.2 DVD to the Setup\Setup[Support\Database directory and double-click on DACFramework.msi
  4. Start the PME Installer and choose 'Reconfigure'.
  5. The Reconfigure will create the databases and do all the necessary configuration steps
  6. Once the Reconfigure is complete, close the installer, go to Programs and Features, right click on Power Monitoring Expert -> Change - > Reset Accounts
  7. You only have to reset the supervisor account.
Once this is complete, PME has been successfully installed.

CASE 2: You have not yet run the PME 8.2 installer
Before running the PME 8.2 installer
  1. Go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features and uninstall 'Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework (x86)'
  2. Browse the PME 8.2 DVD to the Setup\Setup[Support\Database directory and double-click on DACFramework.msi
Once this is done, PME will install successfully, and Database Manager will work correctly.

CASE 1: You have tried to upgrade to PME 8.2 and the installer has failed at the Create Database and Verify Database steps

  1. Go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features and uninstall 'Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework (x86)'
  2. Browse the PME 8.2 DVD to the Setup\Setup[Support\Database directory and double-click on DACFramework.msi
  3. If the Installer window is still active, choose 'Try Again', if not restart the installer and choose 'Resume'

Once this is done, PME will upgrade successfully.

CASE 2: You have not yet run the PME 8.2 installer
Before running the PME 8.2 installer

  1. Go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features and uninstall 'Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework (x86)'
  2. Browse the PME 8.2 DVD to the Setup\Setup[Support\Database directory and double-click on DACFramework.msi

Once this is done, PME will upgrade successfully.

Additional Information

The issue is not with the SQL Server database engine, but rather with the recent version of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS).  SQL Server Management Studio is a tool that is compatible with multiple versions of SQL Server and includes a number of tools, including the DAC components.  The DAC components are invoked from SSMS in the import and export of DacPac files, which is what PME uses to create and upgrade databases. Recently, Microsoft released a new version of SQL Server Management Studio, moving from version 16.53 to 17.x.  Version 17 uses SQL Server 2017 (not yet released) SQL compatibility 140 instead of 130. Because the PME installer sees SQL Server 2016, it expects SQL Compatibility 130 and therefore it looks for sqlpackage.exe in the \130\DAC directory. Since it is not there, the database creation and thus the PME install fails.

A new SQL Server 2016 SP1 install will direct you to install v17.x of SSMS. If you have an older version of SQL Server, if is possible to upgrade SSMS to v17.x. It is a free download. However if SSMS v17.x is installed, both new PME 8.2 installs, and upgrades to PME 8.2 will fail. PME uses sqlpackage.exe to create and upgrade databases. 

PME 8.2 installer is looking to use and access Sqlpackage.exe from the following folder
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\130\DAC\bin\
however the latest version of SQL server 2016 SP1, the Management Tools installer places this new version of Sqlpackage.exe in
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\140\DAC\bin\
Since  Sqlpackage.exe is where the installer expected, none of the databases will be created. You will see an error like:
" RunExcutable encountered a problem running process for command C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\130\DAC\bin\sqlpackage.exe /Action:Script
System.ComponentModel.Win32Exception (0x800040005): The system cannot find the file specified "

It is possible to edit one of the installer broker files - '' xml -  file to have the correct path. Once that broker file is updated, you can re-run the installer and it will complete that step successfully. However, even though PME 8.2 installs, Database Manager will not function correctly, since it also uses sqlpackage.exe. This is not the recommended workaround.

Related Issues
If Power Monitoring Expert 8.2 is installed on a server using SQL Server 2016, and SQL Server Management Studio is subsequently upgraded to v17.x, Database Manager will no longer function normally.

If SQL Server Management Studio is upgraded to v17.x on any PME system with any SQL Server version, the 'Reconfigure' function of the PME installer will fail on any of the steps requiring database interaction.

To correct both of the above issues:

  1. Go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features and uninstall 'Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework (x86)'
  1. Browse the PME 8.2 DVD to the Setup\Setup[Support\Database directory and double-click on DACFramework.msi


Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

For support on APC and MGE products please visit:

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SurgeArrest Notebook
SurgeArrest Performance
Switch Boxes
Switched Rack PDU
Symmetra Accessories
Symmetra Battery Systems
Symmetra MW
Symmetra MW Accessories
Symmetra Power Module
Symmetra PX
Symmetra PX Accessories
Sync and Charge Cables
Thermal Containment
Thick and Thin Ethernet
Token Ring
Toploading Cases
Traditional Cases
Training Services
Travel Mice
TSP Accessories
TSP Battery
TSP/Total System Power
Tune-UPS for Symmetra
Uniflair Chilled Water
Universal Mobile Device Batteries
Universal Notebook Batteries
Universal Notebook Power Adapter
Universal Power Accessories
Universal Power Adapters
UPS Network Hub Card
UPS Network Management Cards
USB Adapters & Converters
USB Cables
USB Charging Cables
USB Hubs
Wall-mount Transfer Switches
Wheeled Cases
Wizards and Configurators