label - 5082F-60
5082F-GF fascia image
5082F-J0 fascia image
label - 5082F-PW
5082F-PW fascia image
label - 5082F-60
5082F-GF fascia image
5082F-J0 fascia image
label - 5082F-PW
5082F-PW fascia image

Glass Fascias Only for C-Bus Saturn Wall Switch Range, 2 Button

Catalogue Number: 5082F
Colour Black (60)
  • Black 1 PCE 1
  • Glass Finish 1 PCE 1
  • Stainless Steel 1 PCE 1
  • Pure White 1 PCE 1


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Package 1 Height
15 mm
Package 1 Length
147 mm
Package 1 width
105 mm
Range of product
  • Saturn Series
  • Australian Series
  • C-Bus
    • Range
      Product brand
      Number of gangs
      2 gangs
      Product destination
      Control type
      without marking
      Mounting position
      Fixing center
      84 mm
      116 mm
      76 mm
      12 mm
      Package 1 Weight
      99 g
      EU RoHS Directive
      Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
      Circularity Profile

      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Does a 5082NL need CBus to operate

      Yes it does

      Does the 5082NL fascia come complete with the buttons?

      The 5082NL fascia does not come complete with the buttons. If you require the buttons you will need to buy the entire unit.
      Some of the key features are:
      • 2 gang
      • Glass fascia
      • Mounting centres: 84 mm
      • Operating temperature range: 0 to 45 deg C
      • Dimmer control: 255 possible levels
      • Dimensions: rectangle 116 x 76 mm
      • C-bus connection: one terminal block to accommodate 0.2 - 1.5 sq mm(24-16 AWG)
      • An inbuilt non-volatile memory retains programmed information of the unit in the event of a power failure
      • LED gang indicators provide illumination and status feedback
      • programmed via learn mode or the c-bus toolkit software
      • C-bus learn enabled
      For further information please visit


      What is the part number for the Fascia only on a Cbus Saturn 4 gang plate ?

      The part number will be 5084F- and then colour reference eg 5084F-PW for Pure White Fascia

      How to return a Smart-UPS or Back-UPS product for Warranty Replacement.


      You  are having a technical issue with your UPS and feel that it should be returned for warranty service

      Product Line:

      All single phase UPS products


      All models, All Serial Numbers


      UPS is not functioning as expected


      The first step in returning a unit for replacement under warranty is to contact APC Tech Support to troubleshoot the issue. Troubleshoting is required for Warranty service. You can find contact information here. If a return is deemed necessary, the Tech Support Engineer will place the order for your replacement unit and provide an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) number and shipping address to return the defective equipment to. 

      To determine the factory warranty for your specific product, search for your part number at The factory warranty period will be listed under the "Conformance" header.

      When shipping the UPS back to APC, it is important to perform the following steps:

      • Make sure the Battery in the UPS is disconnected. This is very important to guarantee the safe shipment of the unit and to meet all Department of Transportation regulations. 
      • Package the unit securely, preferably using the original shipping box. If the original shipping box is unavailable make sure that the packing materials used are sufficient for the weight of the UPS.
      • Clearly label the box with the RMA number provided by Tech Support. This number is used to track the return of your unit once it reaches our warehouse.

      In the US and Canada, replacement units will ship out via ground carrier such as FedEx, UPS, or Purolator. Units replaced under an Extended Warranty ship out via standard overnight delivery. RMA's processed before 2pm generally ship out the same day, assuming that the replacement part is in stock. Within 30 days of purchase, all warranty replacements will be new product. After 30 days, replacement units will be refurbished product. New product may be substituted if refurbished units are unavailable. All refurbished units are fully tested to ensure that they meet all factory specifications and include a new battery. 

      If you need to contact APC for additional information regarding your RMA, please have you RMA or case number available to expedite the request. 

      PowerSCADA Expert - Maximum number of IODevices of MODNET type

      Customer request:
      Customer wanted to integrate 400 sets of Ethernet devices which support Modbus TCP protocol in a PowerSCADA Expert (PSE) project.
      The question was if all the devices can be integrated to one PSE Server and the Server has to be 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 IOServer, Board, Port and IODevice?

      The maximum number of IODevices per project is 16383 IODevices while having maximum 4095 simultaneous multiple protocols.
      An IOServer cannot have duplicate BOARD types.
      You may find reference of the word "Channel" in various Driver documentation resources.
      To be clear, PORT = Channel, both terms are referring to a communication 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