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Low voltage electrical distribution

Masterpact GetnSet
Portable data acquisition tool

User manual

Masterpact GetnSet

Important information

Safety information
Read these instructions carefully and look at the equipment to become familiar with the device before trying to install, operate, service or maintain it. The following special messages may appear throughout this documentation or on the equipment to warn of potential hazards or to call attention to information that clarifies or simplifies a procedure. The addition of this symbol to a "Danger" or "Warning" safety label indicates that an electrical hazard exists, which will result in personal injury if the instructions are not followed. This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.

DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, will result in death, serious injury or property damage.

WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, can result in death, serious injury or equipment damage.

CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, can result in injury or equipment damage.

CAUTION
CAUTION, used without the safety alert symbol, indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, can result in equipment damage.

Please note
Electrical equipment should be serviced only by qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any consequences arising out of the use of this material. This document is not intended as an instruction manual for untrained persons. 2008 Schneider Electric. All Rights Reserved.

Validity note
The data and illustrations in this documentation by no means imply any kind of contractual obligation. We reserve the right to modify our products in line with our policy of continuous development. The information given in this document may be modified without notice and must not be interpreted as binding on Schneider Electric.

Product related warnings


All relevant local safety regulations must be followed when installing and using this product. For safety reasons, and to ensure conformity with the documented system data, only the manufacturer is authorized to repair the components.

Trademarks
Registered trademarks from other companies are: b Bluetooth is a trademark owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. b USB is a trademark owned by USB-IF Microsoft, Windows, Windows 2000, Windows XP are registered trademarks from Microsoft Corporation.

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Contents

Presentation Description Characteristics Getting started Functions Download operating data Download settings Upload settings Troubleshooting and maintenance Compliance with standards Environmental conditions

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Masterpact GetnSet

Presentation

Overview of Masterpact GetnSet functions


GetnSet is a portable data acquisition and storage tool that connects directly to the Micrologic control units of Masterpact circuit breakers to read important electrical installation operating data and protection settings. GetnSet can perform the following functions: b download operating data from Micrologic: measurements, the last 3 trip history records and contact wear status. b download and upload settings: protection thresholds, external relay assignment modes and pre-defined alarm configurations if applicable. The gathered data are stored in the GetnSet internal memory and can be transferred to a PC via USB or Bluetooth for monitoring and analysis. Working like a USB drive, it lets users manually transfer data to and from a Micrologic control unit or PC. Masterpact GetnSet.

Operating data functions


Electrical installation information such as energy measurements and contact wear status is increasingly important to help reduce operating expenses and increase the availability of electrical power. Such data is often available from devices within the installation, but needs to be gathered and aggregated to allow analysis and determine effective improvement actions. With GetnSet, this operating data can be easily read and stored as .dgl files in the internal memory. It can then be transferred to a PC via a USB or Bluetooth link and imported in an Excel spreadsheet. The provided Excel spreadsheet can be used to display the operating data from several breakers in order to: b analyse changes in parameters such as energy, power factor and contact wear b compare the values of parameters between circuit breakers b create graphics and reports using standard Excel tools. GetnSet Display tool (Excel spreadsheet).

Protection setting functions


GetnSet can also be used to back up circuit breaker settings and restore them on the same device or, under certain conditions, copy them to any Masterpact circuit breaker equipped with the same type of Micrologic control unit. This concerns only advanced settings, as other parameters must be set manually using the dials on the Micrologic control unit. b When commissioning the installation, safeguard the configuration parameters of your electrical distribution system by creating a back-up of circuit breaker settings so that they can be restored at any time. b The settings read by GetnSet can be transferred to a PC and are compatible with RSU software (Remote Setting Utility). Protection configurations can also be created on a PC using this software, copied to GetnSet's internal memory and uploaded to a Masterpact circuit breaker with a compatible Micrologic control unit and dial settings.

Micrologic settings on RSU software.

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Masterpact GetnSet

Description

Front face
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Indication LED On/Off Button On/Off Indication LED Battery Indication LED Download settings Button Download settings Indication LED Download operating data Button Download operating data Indication LED Upload settings Button Upload settings Indication LED Bluetooth Indication LED USB

Rear face
The GetnSet battery is accessible on the rear face of the GetnSet tool. Battery cover closed Battery cover open

3 2

1.

Battery cover

2. 3.

Battery cover GetnSet battery

Bottom face
Presentation of the 2 types of connection for the GetnSet tool, depending on the position of the sliding mechanical cap: USB connection to PC or battery charger Connection to the Micrologic control unit

1
1. 2.

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3. 4.

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Sliding mechanical cap in Micrologic position GetnSet Micrologic connection port

Sliding mechanical cap in USB position GetnSet USB connection port

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Masterpact GetnSet

Characteristics

Compatibility with Micrologic control units


The following table describes the functions available depending on the type of Micrologic. Micrologic type Download Download Upload Settings operating data settings A YES YES NO P YES YES YES H YES YES YES These Micrologic control units are used in Masterpact NT/NW circuit breakers and Compact NS circuit breakers from 630 to 3200 A.

System requirements
b b b b

Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista Microsoft Office 97, 2000, 2003, 2007 USB 2.0, 2.1 Bluetooth FTP Profile with Folder Browsing Feature (either directly in the system or via a Bluetooth-USB Dongle) b Masterpact Remote Setting Utility software (RSU) version 4.01d and above

Kit contents

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Precautions before use CAUTION


RISK OF NO PROTECTION OR NUISANCE TRIPPING b Only qualified personnel are authorized to use the GetnSet tool. b Do not use Masterpact GetnSet in Critical Power Applications when Circuit Breaker is in ON state. Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
b b b b

Use only Battery supplied along with Masterpact GetnSet. Use only the Universal Charger provided with Masterpact GetnSet. Charge battery up to 8 hours before first use. Check for new versions of Masterpact GetnSet firmware and Display Software Tool updates on Schneider Electric website before using the device. b Read the User Manual before starting operations

Assembly and charging


Assembly
1. Remove the Battery lid by pressing the lock down and sliding forwards. 2. Connect the Battery and slide it into the slot. 3. Close the Battery Lid.

Charging
4. Connect the Charger to the USB slot and the Mains supply. 5. Leave the Masterpact GetnSet for 8 hours even if the Battery LED Indicates full charge when the Battery is being charged for the first time. 6. Disconnect the Charger. Note: The Masterpact GetnSet Battery can support operations upto 40 minutes while powering Micrologic. Battery Capacity is indicated via the Battery LED. More information is provided in Troubleshooting and Maintenance section.

Power ON
b Press the ON/OFF button for at least 1 s (max of 10 s). b Wait for Power and Battery LED to glow before start of any operation.

Exception: If battery is at critical level, the Masterpact GetnSet shall power off soon after indicating critical status.

Power OFF
Press the ON/OFF button for at least 1 s (max of 10 s). Exception: If an operation is in progress, the Masterpact GetnSet shall not power off till completion of the operation.

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Getting started

Connecting to Micrologic
b Ensure Masterpact GetnSet is OFF. b Move the sliding mechanical cap in the Micrologic position to have access to

the Micrologic connection port.


b Connect Micrologic cable to Masterpact GetnSet. b Connect the other end of Micrologic cable to Micrologic. b Switch ON the device by pressing the ON/OFF button for 1 s.

DANGER
RISK OF ELECTROCUTION OR NUISANCE TRIPPING Disconnect the Micrologic cable after use. Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.

Connecting to PC via USB


b Move the sliding mechanical cap in the USB position to have access to the

USB connection port. Connect USB cable to the Masterpact GetnSet. Connect other end of USB cable to the PC/Laptop. Wait for Power and Battery Status to indicate Ok status. Ensure that Masterpact GetnSet shows up as a Drive in My Computer. Files can be transferred to and from Masterpact GetnSet as a regular Memory Drive. Note: Bluetooth is off during USB transfer.
b b b b b

CAUTION
RISK OF GETNSET MEMORY CORRUPTION Do not pull put the USB cable during a file transfer. Such an operation may cause the Masterpact GetnSet memory to be corrupt which may require reformatting. Failure to follow these instructions will result in equipment damage.

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Connecting to PC via Bluetooth


b Ensure that USB is not connected during Bluetooth operations. Connecting

USB will disconnect Bluetooth.


b Ensure that PC/Laptop has Bluetooth FTP Profile with Folder Browsing

b b b b b b

feature. If the PC/Laptop does not have Bluetooth FTP Profile, Schneider Electric recommends Belkin USB-Bluetooth Adapter (commercial reference :VW3A8115 ) Ensure that Masterpact GetnSet is not connected to PC / Laptop via USB. Switch ON the Masterpact GetnSet by pressing the ON/OFF button. Wait till ON / OFF, Battery and Bluetooth LED are ON Connect to Masterpact GetnSet via the Device Discovery and Service Discovery from the PC/Laptop. Default passkey for Masterpact GetnSet is fixed as 1234. Masterpact GetnSet memory shall appear as a Folder depending on the Software installed on PC/Laptop (This aspect varies from vendor to vendor).

Example for connecting the PC to Masterpact GetnSet via Bluetooth


Using IBM Thinkpad with Broadcom Stack. b Power on the Masterpact Getnset device. b Open My Bluetooth places and search for devices in range: the GetnSet device will be displayed. b Right click on this device and pair the device with laptop. b Enter the passkey. The default passkey is 1234. b Double click on the device to access the files, folders and subfolders of the GetnSet device.

Changing Bluetooth device name and the passkey


b The Masterpact Getnset device's name can be changed by renaming the first

line in the bluetooth_name_pin.txt file.


b The passkey can be configured by changing the second line of

bluetooth_name_pin.txt file. Location of the file \\bluetooth_name_pin.txt.

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Masterpact GetnSet

Functions
Download operating data
Download operating data operation
b Connect the Masterpact GetnSet to Micrologic as explained earlier. b Press the Download Operating data button for more than 3 s but less than

10 s. The corresponding LED blinks green at the rate of 1 s to acknowledge the action. The downloaded measurements file is located in the root with .dgl extension. In case of an error, the LED will show static red and the cause of error is recorded in the error_log.txt which is accessible via the USB or Bluetooth.

Display Software Tool


Purpose
Display Software Tool is used as display software for Masterpact GetnSet files (.dgl), which are available in the Masterpact GetnSet memory in Read Only format. These files comes directly from the Masterpact GetnSet and contain text (mainly register numbers and its data in 0x&&&& format i.e. Hex-decimal format) is displayed by this display tool based on users choice.

Location
Display Software tool is located in the memory of the Masterpact GetnSet. The latest release can also be obtained via the Schneider Electric website. It is recommended to transfer the GetnSet_Display_Tool.XLS file to the PC/Laptop so that the operations are fast enough.

Enabling Excel macros


Display Software is based on macros supported by Microsoft Excel. The macros should be enabled for running and the macros security level in Microsoft Excel needs to be lowered to Medium. To enable the macros with Medium security level in Excel, do the following: 1.Select Tools, Macros, Security from Excel application window. 2.Set the security level to Medium (or Low) to enable macros.

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Functions
Download operating data
Using the software tool to display operating data Step
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Action
Open the GetnSet_Display_Tool.XLS file, previously copied on the PC/laptop hard disk for faster execution. In the Import tab: b Click on the Select .dgl file button: all the .dgl files from any location on your PC are displayed under Selected Files: area with its full path. b Select the .dgl file(s) you want to open. The .dlg file contains the measurement data downloaded from the circuit breakers. b Select the parameters you want to display: All or User defined. v If you select All, all parameters will be displayed. v If you select User defined, you can choose the groups and subgroups of parameters what you want to display. The parameters are sorted in groups and sub-groups as follows: Group Sub-group Real Time Voltages Measurements Currents Power Power Factor Frequency F (Hz) Fundamental Total harmonics Distortion Minimum Values Voltages Currents Power Power Factor Frequency F (Hz) Fundamental Total harmonics Distortion Maximum Values Voltages Currents Power Power Factor Frequency F (Hz) Fundamental Total harmonics Distortion Energy Spectral Voltages Components Currents Protection Measurements st 1 Last Trip Record Trip Records nd 2 Last Trip Record rd 3 Last Trip Record In the Import tab, click on the Apply button to validate the parameters selection. In the Import tab, click on the Open button: the Data tab opens to display all parameters selected. In order to understand easier which breaker is in which column, in the UserInput tab, you should enter: b the 8 digits Micrologic serial number on column A. If serial number holds some 0s on MSB position then format the cell as Text category and enter 8 digits serial number. This serial number is automatically entered when you open a file. b the related comments on column B. The user comment is entered with in Row 1 to 2550.

Step 2: Import tab

Step 4: Data tab 3 4 5

Step 5: UserInput tab

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Masterpact GetnSet

Functions
Download settings
Download settings operation
b Connect the Masterpact GetnSet to Micrologic as explained earlier. b Press the Download Settings button for more than 2 s but less than 10 s.

The corresponding LED blinks green at the rate of 1 s to acknowledge the action. The downloaded settings file (.rsu) will be located in \\Protection_History folder. In case of an error, the LED will show static red and the cause of error is recorded in the error_log.txt which is accessible via the USB or Bluetooth. Note: The latest downloaded settings file will be also located in \\Protection_for _Usage\<Dev_Type> if this folder already exists. The <Dev_ Type> refers to the Type of Micrologic (A, P, H) and the Version (2.0, 5.0, 6.0, 7.0)

Using RSU software


The RSU (Remote Setting Utility) software is a Micrologic utility designed to help the operator to check and/or configure: b Protection parameters b Metering parameters b Alarm parameters The downloaded settings files (.rsu) are compatible with the RSU software V4.01d or above. RSU software can be downloaded from the website www.schneider-electric.com

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Functions
Upload settings
Introduction

CAUTION
RISK OF NO PROTECTION OR NUISANCE TRIPPING b Only qualified personnel are authorized to use the GetnSet tool to modify the Micrologic protection settings. b Do not use Masterpact GetnSet in Critical Power Applications when Circuit Breaker is in ON state. Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.

The upload settings function allows a user to upload the settings file (.rsu and .rsv) generated by RSU softxware to Micrologic P or H. The steps for uploading the settings to Micrologic are as follows: 1. activate the function (to be done once) 2. place file in Masterpact GetnSet memory 3. upload the settings

Activate the function


The upload settings function is a sensitive operation. It is deactivated by default and must be activated before use. The creation of the folder structure on the MAsterpact GetnSet memory activates the function. Activate Upload Settings b Connect the Masterpact GetnSet using Bluetooth or USB. b Create the folder structure with the following format: \Protection _for _Usage\<Dev_Type>. The <Dev_type> refers to the Type of Micrologic (A, P, H) and the Version (2.0, 5.0, 6.0, 7.0). (eg: \Protection _for _Usage\6.0P as shown in the diagram)

Place files in Masterpact GetnSet memory


b Connect to the Masterpact GetnSet using Bluetooth or USB. b Copy the intended settings file (.rsu) to the folder corresponding to the device

type within the Protection_for_Usage folder.


v The settings file (.rsu/.rsv) should be located in

\\Protection _for _Usage\<Dev_Type>.


v The <Dev_type> refers to the Type of Micrologic (A, P, H) and the Version

(2.0, 5.0, 6.0, 7.0).


v The user has to create folder structure for corresponding upload (eg:

\\Protection_Usage\6.0P\*****.rsu) The Masterpact GetnSet shall indicate error if the .rsu file is not placed in the appropriate folder. The settings file (.rsu) are either created with RSU software or previously downloaded from the Micrologic by the GetnSet.

Upload settings operation


b Ensure that the Masterpact communication module (BCM) is not

powered on or is disconnected.
b Connect the Masterpact GetnSet to Micrologic as explained earlier. b Press the Upload Settings button for more than 3 s but less than 10 s.

The corresponding LED blinks green at the rate of 1 s to acknowledge the action. In case of an error, the LED will show static Red and the cause of error is recorded in the error_log.txt which is accessible via the USB or Bluetooth.

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Troubleshooting and maintenance


Visual indications
The LEDs on Masterpact GetnSet provides the user with the following indications. LED On/Off Battery Status Static green Static green Static red Blinking green Blinking red Static green Static red Blinking green Static green Static red Blinking green Download operating data Static green Static red Blinking green Indication GetnSet is On Battery fully charged Battery in critical condition. Recharge. Battery getting charged Battery level enough for one last upgrade Upload settings operation successful. Upload settings operation failed or keys are stuck. Upload settings operation in progress. Download settings operation successful. Download settings operation failed or keys are stuck. Download settings operation in progress. Download measurements operation successful. Download measurements operation failed or keys are stuck. Download measurements operation is in progress

Upload settings

Download settings

Error Log
The Masterpact GetnSet provides the user with the facility of checking the cause of error through the ERROR_LOG.txt file located on the root of the GetnSet memory. The last event recorded is the last one in the txt file. Each event is recorded with the following format: b Serial number of Micrologic b Getnset firmware version b Selected Operation b Error log The error log is the description of the error occurred while the selected operation was in progress. The Troubleshooting table next page proposes solutions to the user for each possible error.

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Masterpact GetnSet

Troubleshooting and maintenance


Troubleshooting

Error logged Unable to create Folders. (or) File Move failed. (or) File Open Error. Folder for Micrologic Type is not found.

Possible cause Corrupt file system or no memory available.

Solution Format the drive or delete unnecessary files.

No valid files found in the sub folder for this Micrologic. More than one RSV file found in the directory. There should only be one RSV file. (or) More than one RSU file found in the directory. There should only be one RSU file for current usage. File of the different type found in the usage. Keep only RSU/RSV in usage folder. Failed to connect to Micrologic. Check the trip unit's power and connections to GetnSet. Some of the entries in the RSU file may be invalid or the Micrologic did not accept the change in settings for some reason. The file used for upload is not meant for this Micrologic. (or) The file used for upload is not meant for this Micrologic. Incorrect unit type. (or) The file used for upload is not meant for this Micrologic. Version number is incorrect. Replace battery. Battery low. Invalid serial number. Communication module may be powered on. Disconnect or power off the Comm module and press Test/Reset key on Micrologic.

Upload setting function is not activated as folder of the name corresponding to the connected Micrologic is not found. Upload setting function is not activated :There are no RSU/RSV files for upload. There are more than one RSU and/or RSV files for upload.

Activate the function by creating the folder for the Micrologic type. Add valid RSU/RSV files for upload. Keep only the RSU/RSV files intended for upload.

A file with extension other than .rsu or .rsv is found on the folder meant for upload settings operation. Bad connection between GetnSet and Micrologic control unit. The RSU file used for upload may have values that are invalid for the connected Micrologic or the Micrologic is not able to accept the settings. The RSU file used for upload corresponds to a different Micrologic to the one connected.

Delete the uneccessary files.

Check the cable and retry.

Check for the validity of entries in the RSU file.

Place the RSU file corresponding to the Micrologic connected.

Bad battery. Battery needs to be charged. The serial number of the Micrologic is corrupt. Breaker Communication Module (BCM) may be connected.

Replace with a new battery. Battery needs to be charged. Micrologic serial number needs to be corrected. Disconnect or power off the Comm module and press Test/Reset key on Micrologic.

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Masterpact GetnSet

Troubleshooting and maintenance


Battery replacement information
The Battery may need replacement due to aging. Typical Battery life of a Li-ION rechargeable Battery is 3 years. The spare batteries are available as order number 48790.

Firmware upgrade Masterpact GetnSet


Masterpact GetnSet tool can be easily upgraded, in order to always have the latest available version. The latest firmware version can be find on our website: www.schneider-electric.com. The process to upgrade Masterpact GetnSet is as follow: b Ensure that the device is OFF. b Press and hold the Download Settings button and then connect to PC/Laptop via USB. b Place the <app.s19> file into the memory. After the file transfer is complete, the device will start programming itself. This is indicated by the Battery LED blinking at the rate of 1 s. Successful programming is indicated by Battery LED glowing green. If the programming fails, the Battery LED will glow red.

Display software versions


Newer versions of the Display Software can be obtained from the www.schneider-electric.com website.

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Compliance with standards

Compliance for Masterpact GetnSet


FCC Statement for Masterpact GetnSet
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: b Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna b Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver b Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected b Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help

Antenna
Our module Masterpact GetnSet is for non-critical installations of Masterpact Circuit Breaker only. The end-user product will be professionally installed in such a manner that only the authorized antennas are used.

Caution
Any changes or modifications NOT explicitly APPROVED by connectBlue AB could cause the module to cease to comply with FCC rules part 15, and thus void the users authority to operate the equipment.

IC Compliance
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This device has been designed to operate with an antenna having a maximum gain of 2.5 dBi. Having a higher gain is strictly prohibited per regulations of Industry Canada. The required antenna impedance is 50 .

Part 15 Compliance
The Device contains FCC ID: PVH090103S IC:5325A-090103S This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Compliance with RoHS directive


All products based on the PCB of Masterpact GetnSet are produced according to the RoHS (Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment) directive and complies with the directive.

Bluetooth
This product complies with Bluetooth Class 2 standard and is a Qualified Bluetooth Device. The QDID is B014489

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Environmental conditions

Operating specifications
Operating conditions Degree of protection EMI/EMC Operating temperature Storage temperature Standard
b IP40 when connected to Micrologic b IK07 b IEC 61000-6-2 b IEC 61000-6-4 b -20+60 C except battery charging b 0+60 C for battery charging b -20 to +60 C except for battery b 0+60 C for battery

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Notes

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http://www.schneider-electric.com

As standards, specifications and designs change from time to time, please ask for confirmation of the information given in this publication.
Publication: Schneider Electric

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