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Catalogue Number: 2000SMK
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Do you have a 2000MF round mounting block with a diameter of 800?

Yes the part number is 2000MF800.

What is the part number for standard din rail?

The part number for standard din rail is NSYSDR200B. It is 7.5mm deep by 2000mm long.

Is it possible to mount a weathershield power point on a pole ?

Weather shield enclosure will line up with the 2000MF range, screw mountings will go on an angle to the pole, opposing the enclosure and may be tricky.
Available standard as white. If diameter surface is less than 300mm you may be able to use a 56PMK.
2000MFV range has a large amount of variable for different sized diameter surfaces.
Please see following link for complete range of sizes

Can the clipsal Medilec Red or Blue covers be purchased to be fitted on existing white socket outlets ?

Dark blue and red 2000 series plates will fit on existing Medilec and 2000 series switch plates, they can be purchased using the part numbers:
2000-DB (Dark Blue)
2000-RD (Red)

What is the effect of altitude on ATV312?

Product Line:
All ATV312 and ATV31

High altitude, more than 1000m

What is the effect of the high altitude on the drive.

For all ATV312, less than 1000m, no derating.
For single-phase supplie and corner grounded distribution networks, up to 2000m, derateing 1% per 100m.
For three-phase supplies, up to 3000m, derating 1% per 100m.


Plate for 2031

Clipsal 2000-we

What is the plaster bracket to suit the 2000/2?

The part number for the plaster bracket to suit the 2000/2 is 2155PRM/2.

What is the white cover plate for a 2031VCS

The part code is 2000-WE surround cover plate

Would a 755SMA be able to replace a 3000SSA directly?

No, the two have different bases.

What is the part number for a cover for Clipsal 2000 Flush Surround range?

2000-** colour

What is the maximum altitude an ATV61 or ATV71 series drive can be used at?

What is the maximum altitude an ATV61 or ATV71 series drive can be used at?

Product Line:
Altivar 61, Altivar 71 series drives.

All models, All serial numbers.

Elevation vs current rating

The Altivar  61 and 71 series drives can be used at full rating up to 1000 meters above sea level. They must then be derated by 1% for every additional 100 meters up to a maximum of 3000 meters above sea level.
Note that the ATV61H***S6X and ATV71H***S6X drives must not be used with corner grounded systems at altitudes above 2000m.

What are the dimension for the 2000H2?

The dimension for the 2000H2 are - H232mm x W 76mm x D13mm

For further information , visit link below:-
User-added image

What is the cover plate to suit the Clipsal heat / light / fan 2000 series

Cover to suit is 2000-WE

Is the Clipsil 2000 range available in brushed aluminium?

No, there are no metal finish surrounds available for this range.


What is part number for 4 gang 2000 series surround?

The part number for 4 gang 2000 series surround 2000/4.

Is there any bracket available for a 2000/4?

There is no stud bracket, you could use the 2154/4 mounting clip.

For further information please visit

What is the part number for wall plate for 2000/2?

The part number for metal wall plate 2000/2  will be  2155PRM2.


How can you decode a Masterpact catalog number to determine construction?

How can you decode a Masterpact NW or Masterpact NT catalog number to determine construction features such as ratings, accessories, trip unit, connectors, etc.?

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

Masterpact NW

Catalog numbers are intelligent but coded

To decode a catalog number, access the attached file and find the description corresponding to each character for the breaker catalog number and for the cradle if applicable.
PLS007 is for Masterpact Circuit Breakers.
PLS012 is for Masterpact Cradles.

Note: For Masterpact breakers (eg. WA8AHR31A2SNNNNNNN9N) from late 1990s to very early 2000s, check attached 1999 decoder.

What is the part number of Mounting bracket for a 2000/2?

The part number for a for a mounting bracket for a 2000/2 is 2154/2.

Some of the key features are:
  • Mounting brackets
  • 2 gang
  • For plaster board or hardboard mounting for wall boards up to 12 mm thick

For further information please visit

Why doesn't a ZB4BW553 and a ZB4BW061 fit together?

Why doesn't a ZB4BW553 and a ZB4BW061 fit together?

Product Line:
Harmony Pushbuttons

All Products

Product Features

The ZB4BW553 are for use with protected LED light modules only. The ZB4BW061 uses a BA9 base lamp and will not fit in the ZB4BW553. Suggested they change operator to a ZB4BW33 and use boot ZB4PO or ZB4P0A for food industry applications.

CTA-ID : 2000949

What is the part number for the paint protectors for the 2000 series?

The paint protector for the 2000 series is 2000PP.

Is there a 4 gang GPO in the Medilec range?

No there isn't but you can put 2 x doubles in a double surround - 2000H2, making 4 GPO's in total.

Can standard molded case circuit breakers be sent back for repair?

Can standard molded case circuit breakers be sent back for repair?

Product Line:
Circuit Breaker

Molded Case Circuit Breaker

No. A new breaker will have to be purchased.

How do I setup 3-wire control with ATV28?

 How do I setup 3-wire control with ATV28?
Product Line:  
In the I-O menu, set the tCC parameter for 3C.  Then, LI1 will be set to stop. LI2 will be set to forward, and LI3 will be set to reverse.  It is possible to change the setting for LI3 if desired.


Can the power board be replaced on ATV16 drives?

Issue: Can the power board be replaced on ATV16 drives?
Product Line: ATV16
Environment: All
Cause: Powerboard replacement
Resolution: No. There are no replacement power boards available for the obsolete Altivar 16 drives. The drive should be replaced with a current product.

Reference resolution # 2003270 for crossreference information.


Which trip unit and BCM date code are configured for a 2 wire modbus system?

Which trip unit and BCM date code are configured for a 2 wire modbus system?

Product Line:
Circuit breakers

Proxima (Powerpact P, R, Masterpact)

Micrologic P and H firmware needs to be 2010-AK or later in order to set the BCM ULP to 2w+ULP mode.  
Also, the BCM ULP needs to have the gray connector which will have a firmware higher than 3.x.x.  

On a BCM configured for 4w Modbus, if jumpers are placed between E3 and E5, and between E4 and E6, and the mode is set to 4w on the trip unit, it will work as 2w without ULP.

Breakers shipped November 2015 and after have BCM's configured for 2w + ULP.  Date code approx. 15441 and later.

What is the replacement lens for a ZB4BV or ZB5AV pilot light?

What are the part numbers of the Lens Caps for the Pilot lights?

Product Line:
Harmony Pushbuttons

All Products

Product selection

For LED light modules 

White    ZBV0113  
Green   ZBV0133 
Red      ZBV0143 
Yellow   ZBV0153 
Blue     ZBV0163 
Clear    ZBV017

For BA9 light modules
White     ZBV011
Green    ZBV013
Red       ZBV014
Yellow   ZBV015
Blue     ZBV016

Clear    ZBV017

What needs to be done to use Blokset at high altitudes (2000m, 3000m, etc.)?

We have to apply the derating value informed on the Technical guide 7040x0 item 3.1 ¨Derating Factor for the Voltage" to the Tension ( ex0,88=3000m ) . It means that all values of voltage will be derated as Ui , Uimp etc. Also to the current using the "¨Derating Factor for the Circuit Breaker"( ex 0,99=3000m), this value must be applied also on the current of the circuit Breakers informed on Technical guide.

    • FAQ15.pdf

What are the replacement contacts and diaphragm part numbers for a 9013FHG/FSG pressure switch?

9013F** pressure switch repair kit

Product Line:
Commercial Pressure Switches

Type F—Pumptrol™ Water Pump Pressure Switches

For standard (non-special) devices:
  • Types FHG2 thru 19 order 9998 PC241.
  • Types FHG22 thru 39 order 9998 PC242.
  • Types FHG42 thru49 order 9998 PC241.
  • Types FHG52 thru 59 order 9998 PC242.
For all Type FSG devices: 
  • Order 9998 PC241.  

Note: the diaphragm comes with the replacement contacts.

Is it possible to defeat or disable ground fault on Masterpact NW with Micrologic 6.0A for primary injection testing?

Is there a way to defeat or disable ground fault on a Masterpact NW breaker for primary injection testing?  

Product line:  
Power circuit breakers

Masterpact NW circuit breakers with Micrologic trip units

There are two ways to defeat ground fault on the NW breaker for primary injection testing.  You can use the Hand Held Test Kit, Cat. No. S33594, or the Full Function Test Kit, Cat. No. S33595 OR you can use the looping method to counter the single phase current during primary injection testing.  See the attached Data Bulletin 0600DB9901 page 35, for looping method, or FAQ FA265488.

What is the difference between a Transformer's "temperature rise" and its "insulation class"?

Explanation of the difference between temperature rise and insulation class specifications.

Product Line:
LV Transformers

Applies to Low Voltage Transformers by SquareD/Schneider Electric

Transformer Temperature Rise and Insulation Class are two different technical attributes


This question has come up because NEC 450-21(b) requires Transformers larger than 112.5 kVA to be installed in fire resistant construction unless the insulation class is 155 or higher.

The insulation system of a Transformer is rated in degrees Celsius at its maximum temperature rating (the Class number = the degree C of the insulation system; example, a Class 220 insulation system is rated for 220°C) Transformers have either a Class 220 (former designation "H") Class 180 (former designation "F",) Class 150 (former designation "B") or Class 105 (former designation "A") Some smaller manufacturers may also use a Class 200 (former designation "R").

The temperature rise of a Transformer is the average temperature rise that will occur in the coils during normal full load.

The insulation system <> standard temperature rise relationships are:
Class 220 <> 150 degree Celsius rise
Class 180 <> 115 degree Celsius rise
Class 150 <> 80 degree Celsius rise
Class 105 <> 50 degree Celsius rise

A Transformer with a Class 220 insulation system can be designed for a maximum temperature rise that is lower than the standard 150 degree Celsius. It can be designed for either 115 or 80 degree Celsius rise. As well, a Class 180 insulation system Transformer can be designed with 80 degree Celsius rise. Class 150 and 105 transformers are not typically designed for other than their standard temperature rise.

Since all Square D low voltage dry type Transformers larger than 112.5kVA are built with a 220 degree Celsius insulation system, exception #2 under NEC 450-21(b) applies.

What is the coil consumption or burden for the Tesys LC*D** contactors?

* 1 or 2
** 09 through 38

Coil consumption or burden for the Tesys LC1D/2D contactors from 9A - 38A

Product Line: 
Contactors and Starters - IEC

North American Products

All AC coils for the LC1D09 through LC1D38 3-pole contactors ( including ring tongue, quick connect and spring terminal versions ) have an inrush of 70 volt-amps for either 50 or 60 Hertz applications, and a sealed value of 7 volt-amps for 50Hertz applications or 7.5 volt-amps for 60 Hertz applications.

What is the difference between sub feed and thru feed lugs for panelboards?

Difference of Sub feed and Thru feed lugs for panelboards

Product Line:

All Type of Panelboard

Sub feed lugs are for Main Lug Only panels and are located at the main end of the panel. They are stacked on the main lugs to offer a feed out at the same spot as the feed in.

Thru Feed Lugs are typically for Main Breaker panels and are located at the end of the panel opposite the main breaker. They are directly connected to the bussing and are used for feeding out without the use of any breaker spaces in the panelboard. Any load connected to these lugs will be protected by the main breaker of the panel.

Error Restoring SQL2000 database backup on SQL Server 2012

The database was backed up on a server running version 8.00.0760. That version is incompatible with this server, which is running version 11.00.3128.

Product  Line:
SQL Server 2000
SQL Server 2012

SQL Server Database Restoration

It is not possible to restore a SQL Server 2000 database on SQL Server 2012.

You will need to restore the database on an instance of SQL Server 2005, 2008 or 2008 R2 first, then back it up from there, then restore the new backup on SQL Server 2012.

Will swapping out my meter cause database problems?

No. By using the identical IP address and not changing the Managment Console settings, you will prevent database issues such as duplicate date or time stamps. This is due to ION Enterprise's intelligent meter swapping ability, which is basicly described as:
ION Enterprise has data from MeterA upto TimeX (where TimeX is when MeterA was removed).

  • i.e. a 7650 called GEN1 is removed at 1:00PM
MeterB is connected to the system using the same profile in Management Console.
  • i.e. another 7650 called GEN1 is installed which is already full of data at 2:00PM
ION Enterprise will disregard all data from MeterB prior to TimeX, and only record new data from after TimeX.
  • i.e. the database will contain data from MeterA up until 1:00PM, but will contain MeterB data from 1:15PM on. Even if MeterB is installed at 2:00PM, it will send any exisiting data it has (back until 1:00PM) back to the database.

Last Revised: November 16, 2007
Applies To: ION Enterprise
All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL189283 V1.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 11/17/2007, Last Edited by KBAdPM on 11/17/2007
Related ranges: ION Enterprise V5.6, ION Enterprise V5.5, ION Enterprise V5.0

Does the time or clock on a Circuit Monitor or Power Meter change during Daylight Savings Time (DST)?

Meters do not show the correct time and/or reset their time automatically to an incorrect time (one hour off) in SMS, ION, SPM, and/or PME.

Product Line
CM2000, CM3000, CM4000, PM700, PM800, PM5000 Series Meters and PM210 Meter

Power Monitoring Software SMS, ION, SPM, and PME

PowerLogic Circuit Monitors (CM2000, CM3000, CM4000) and Power Meters (PM200, PM700, PM800, PM5000) do not take into account Daylight Savings Time (DST) on board the meter. When the data is read into software (SMS, ION, SPM), the time is adjusted.
During DST, if the local time is 2:00PM, the CM or PM will read 1:00PM on the front display.

The software will make the approrpiate time corrections on data displayed and logged, but the individual meters will reset to show the time without adjustment for daylight savings. The software time will be correct during daylight savings, but the meter will show one hour difference at the meter display.

How do I Monitor Analog Input Over-Under Range conditions on a SCADAPack 350?

Only the Scadapack models 314, 334 and 357 (only AI on the 5606 Lower IO board) have register assignments that monitor the out-of-range status for analog inputs.

The only way to monitor if an analog input has failed, would be to monitor the raw input and look for a zero or full scale value.

For a SP350 using a 5V/20mA register assignment and a 4-20mA input:
The screnshot below shows logic that scales the raw value of input 30001 to produce a scaled value in register 40110 (in mA)

With the 5V/20mA register assignment, a count of 32767 will appear when seeing a full scale value or an out of range value. In either scenario, the mA reading will never go above 20mA which is why the threshold has been set to 19.99mA.

For a SP350 using a 10V/40mA register assignment and a 4-20mA input:

The screnshot below shows logic that scales the raw value of input 30001 to produce a scaled value in register 40110 (in mA)

With the 10V/40mA register assignment, register 30001 can now measure beyond 20mA so it is now possible to tell a full scale value apart from an out of range value. Full scale 20mA now corresponds to a raw input value of 16384. The logic is looking for an out of range condition when it sees 20.01mA or greater.

What are the Square D part numbers for the fans used internal to the ATV66D33N4U?

What are the Square D part numbers for the fans used internal to the  ATV66D33N4U?
Product Line:

Each of these drives have the VZ3V665 heat sink fan which is the larger fan located in the bottom of the unit. The NMB part number for this fan is 5915PC-23T-B30.
Each of these drives have the VZ3V6654 power board stirring fan which is a small fan located in the upper left side of the unit.
Only the ATV66D54N4U, ATV66D64N4U, ATV66D79N4U and ATV66D46M2U drives also have a VZ3V6655 capacitor bank fan located above the power terminal block.

These drives are the Frame Size 4 and Frame Size 5 ATV66.

The part numbers are listed on page 98 (page 104 in Adobe Acrobat) of the VD0C06S304E Receiving, Installation and Sart Up manual in Appendix A - Spare parts list.  The part # for the fans of the other size units is also listed in this table.


Where can I purchase cards for access card type of switches, eg 2033CC1?

As these cards are generally customised for users they are not supplied by us. They need to be sourced from companies that sell credit card sized cards, eg: Placard on 02 9588 8200
2033CC1 Room Access Card Operated Switch, 250VAC, 16A, Series 2000
The 2000 series keytag switches and room access card operated switches are the ideal form of energy management for hotels, motels and other locations where power can be left on unnecessarily. Inserting the keytag or card into the switch activates selected circuits to operate lighting, air-conditioning, television, radio and other appliances. Circuits to refrigerators and other equipment that needs to continually run are not connected to the switches. Removing the keytag or card automatically cuts off power to all of the circuits to significantly reduce power wastage. Several models are available in the range, including versions with neons. All Keytag and Room Access Card Operated Switches are 250V, except for the 6200KT.
Some of the key features are:
  • Access card operated switches 2000 series
  • one way/Two way switch
  • 116 mm Length x 76 mm Width x 36mm Depth
  • 84 mm mounting centre
For Further information please visit


How to Restore an ION Database Backup onto Another Machine

User may be unsure how to restore an ION Database Backup onto Another Machine.

Product Line
SQL Server 2000
SQL Server 2012
Power Monitoring Expert 7.2.x
Power Monitoring Expert 8.0

Restoring a backup

User may have need to access ION Database backups on another machine. 


Note: This procedure will overwrite an active database with a backup; you will need to have performed at least one backup. It is recommended that you create a backup of the current database prior to performing these steps.

Using SQL Server 2012:
  1. From the backup machine, copy the .BAK file from \config\cfg\DBBackups\Data\ to the new machine.
  2. Open SQL Server Management Studio
  3. Right-Click the Databases folder > Restore Database
  4. In the Restore Database window select Device and click the right-hand box labeled "..." to select the desired backup instance
  1. Click "Add" and navigate to the location of the .bak file, and then select 'OK'.
  1. The Restore Database window should then be populated similar to the image below.
  2. Select 'OK' to restore the backup.

Using PME 7.2.x or PME 8.0
Databases can also be restored using the Database Manager located in Management Console.
  1. From the backup machine, copy the .BAK file from \config\cfg\DBBackups\Data\ to the new machine.
  2. Open Management Console > Tools > Database Manager
  3. Right-click on "Databases"
  4. Select "Restore..."
  1. In the Restore Database window, select that desired backup instance.
  2. Verify that the "Restored database name" is ION_Data.
Note: The Database Statistics indicates the number of connections using the selected database. Ensure that the number of connections is 0, and the ION services have been stopped.

  1. Select OK.

What device types are supported in ION Enterprise 6.0?

Which devices and device drivers are supported in ION Enterprise 6.0 SP1?

Product Line
ION Enterprise 6.0 SP1

Device Driver for ION Enterprise 6.0 SP1

ION 6.0 SP1 Natively supported device types:

3300 ACM
3710 ACM
3720 ACM
3800 RTU
Access 9200
Access 9200 (Modbus)
Access 9300
Access 9330
Access 9350
Access 9500
Access 9500 RTU
Access 9510
Access 9510 RTU
Access 9600
Access 9610
Access 9700
CM2000 Series
CM3000 Series
CM4000 Series
ION 6200
ION 6200 (Modbus)
ION 7300
ION 7330
ION 7350
ION 7500
ION 7500 RTU
ION 7550
ION 7550 RTU
ION 7600
ION 7650
ION 7700
ION 8300
ION 8400
ION 8500
ION 8600
ION 8800
Micrologic A Compact NSX
Micrologic E Compact NSX
Micrologic H
Micrologic P
Mircologic A
Sepam series 10
Sepam series 20
Sepam series 40
Sepam series 48

LE (Limited Edition) Drivers available for:

Enercept Meter
Energy Meter
Model 98
Sepam 2000
Motor Logic Plus

The LE optional device drivers available for installation into ION Enterprise 5.6 SP2 and 6.0 can be downloaded from the link below:

Note: The optional device drivers listed below will only install on ION Enterprise 5.6 SP2 and 6.0. Earlier versions of ION Enterprise are not supported.


Niobrara QUCM Installation and Programming Manual, June 2000

Niobrara QUCM Installation and Programming Manual, June 2000
The Niobrara QUCM is a user prgrammable communication module for a Modicon TSX Quantum
Automation Series PLC. The user may write applications to be loaded into the QUCM to communicate
with serial and/or Ethernet devices. Applications are written as a text file in a "BASIC" like language
developed specifically for writing serial protocols. The Applications are compiled and downloaded into
FLASH memory in the QUCM. Up to two Applications may be loaded in the QUCM and ran at the
same time. Each Application has access to both serial ports, the Ethernet port (optional), and the Quantum
Backplane registers Each Application may have up to 8 parallel tasking threads. Prewritten
are also offered to cover some of the more common protocols including Modbus RTU and
POWERLOGIC PNIM, RNIM Master and Slave, and IDEC.
The QUCM interfaces to the Quantum PLC as an I/O module and is thus permitted to be used in the
Local (CPU rack), Remote (RIO), or Distributed (DIO) I/O racks1. The QUCM is Traffic Copped as an
analog module with up to 32 Input (3xxxxx) registers and 32 Output (4xxxxx) registers, or as a discrete
module with up to 512 input bits (1xxxxx) and 512 coils (0xxxxx)

Please refer to attached pdf file for further information regarding this product


  • Original article#13244

    Last Revised:20-Feb-07

    Internal PMO/PMC

    All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric.

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL195114 V1.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 12/25/2008, Last Edited by KBAdPM on 12/25/2008
Related ranges: OS & related Third Party Products for Power Mangement Systems

What device types does the EGX300 support?

EGX300 Supported Device Types
Compact NSX A
Compact NSX E
Enercept Meter
Energy Meter
Micrologic Type A
Micrologic Type H
Micrologic Type P
Model 98
MotorLogic Plus
MotorLogic Plus II
Sepam 2000
Sepam Series 20
Sepam Series 40
Sepam Series 80
TeSys T

As of firmware 3.8, the following device types are now supported:

BCPM - A, B, and C
ION6200 (mega)
Sepam Series 10
Twido BK
Var Logic

As of firmware 3.81, the following device types are now supported:

As of firmware 3.9, the following device types are now supported:
Micrologic E

As of firmware 3.91, the following device types are now supported:
VigilOhm IM20, IM20-H
Twido-WAGES D12, D28, D44

As of firmware 4.0, the following device types are now supported:
PowerPact A
PowerPact E
4-noks ZED-THL-M

As of firmware 4.2and disk update version 4.210, the following device types are now supported:

Acti9 SmartLink

As of firmware 4.3, the following device types are now supported:


As of firmware 4.35 and disk update 4.360, the following device types are now supported:

PM5100/PM5300 series meters
Conext TL

As of firmware 4.37 and disk update 4.37, the following device types are now supported:

As of firmware 4.38 and disk update 4.38, the following device types are now supported:

As of firmware 4.40 and disk update 4.40, the following device types are now supported:
Micrologic A IFE/IFM
Micrologic P IFE/IFM
Micrologic H IFE/IFM
Micrologic E IFE/IFM
Micrologic A IFE IO1
Micrologic P IFE IO1
Micrologic H IFE IO1
Micrologic E IFE IO1
Micrologic A IFE IO2
Micrologic P IFE IO2
Micrologic H IFE IO2
Micrologic E IFE IO2
Compact NSX-A IO1,
Compact NSX-E IO1
Compact NSX-A IO2
Compact NSX-E IO2
PowerPact A IO1
PowerPact E IO1
PowerPact A IO2
PowerPact E IO2
BCPM-Model A/E
Acti 9 Smartlink Ethernet

Article Updates
MT 8/23/2012 - Added additional device support with disk update 4.210
MT 3/12/2013 - Added 4.3 device support
MT 1/13/2014 - Added 4.35 device support
4/17/2015 - Added 4.36 and 4.37 device support
8/5/2015 - Added 4.40 device support

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL201432 V6.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 02/24/2010, Last Edited by MaTh on 01/14/2014
Related ranges: EGX300