Main rangeTeSys product or component typeContactor coil device short nameLX0FF control circuit typeAC at 50...400 HzDC standard [Uc] control circuit voltage110 V AC 50...400 Hz110 V DC average resistance9.35 Ohm latching at 20 °C1453 Ohm unlatching at 20 °C product compatibilityCR1F150 operating time35...40 ms latching50...100 ms unlatching mechanical durability1 Mcycles maximum operating rate120 cyc/h 40 °C Complementary control circuit voltage limitsLatching: 0.85...1.1 UcUnlatching: 0.85...1.1 Uc Environment net weight0.44 kg Offer Sustainability Sustainable offer statusGreen Premium product REACh Regulation REACh free of SVHCYes EU RoHS DirectivePro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
EU RoHS Declaration
Toxic heavy metal freeYes Mercury freeYes RoHS exemption information China RoHS Regulation Environmental Disclosure Circularity Profile Contractual warranty Warranty18 months
CatalogueFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsSize pdfSize 111.5 MBDate 12/07/19DescriptionReady-to-use motor starters and all components for builiding specific motor starters ( ircuit breakers, contactors, overload relays , accessories ...).The catalogue can also be downloaded chapter per chapter.Size pdfSize 8.6 MBDate 15/05/19DescriptionContactors for AC-3, AC-1 application, reversing AC-3 pre-cabled, changeover AC-1 precabled : TeSys FVacuum contactors : TeSys VShockproof contactors : TeSys FGMagnetic latching contactors : TeSys CR1FCoils, accessoriesSize pdfSize 15 MBDate 06/03/18DescriptionComponents for TeSys D, K, F contactors :_ mechanical & electrical assembling kits for building up advanced motor starters : star-delta, reverser, 2-speed control and also source/load changeover._ parts, as single products : links, interlock, terminals...Many useful tips for optimizing and build up safer assemblies .End of Life InformationFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsEU RoHS DeclarationFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsProduct Environmental ProfileFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsREACh DeclarationFormatSizeAdd to My Documents
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