Main rangeTeSys product or component typeSpecific contactor coil device short nameLX9FH range compatibilityTeSys F LC1F contactor product compatibilityLC1F330LC1F265 control circuit typeAC at 40...400 Hz low consumption [Uc] control circuit voltage220...230 V AC 40...400 Hz average resistance71.6 Ohm inrush at 20 °C1621 Ohm holding at 20 °C operating time25 ms opening45 ms closing mechanical durability10 Mcycles maximum operating rate3600 cyc/h 55 °C Complementary coil technologyWithout built-in suppressor module control circuit voltage limitsOperational: 0.85...1.1 Uc (at 55 °C)Drop-out: 0.35...0.55 Uc (at 55 °C) inrush power in VA560…660 VA 40...400 Hz (at 20 °C) hold-in power consumption in VA8…10 VA 40...400 Hz (at 20 °C) heat dissipation8.4…10.4 W Environment ambient air temperature for operation-5…55 °C net weight0.75 kg Packing Units Unit Type of Package 1PCE Number of Units in Package 11 Package 1 Weight853 g Package 1 Height9 cm Package 1 width10 cm Package 1 Length19 cm Unit Type of Package 2S03 Number of Units in Package 212 Package 2 Weight10.949 kg Package 2 Height30 cm Package 2 width30 cm Package 2 Length40 cm Offer Sustainability Sustainable offer statusGreen Premium product REACh free of SVHCYes EU RoHS DirectivePro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
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Toxic heavy metal freeYes Mercury freeYes RoHS exemption information China RoHS Regulation Environmental Disclosure Circularity Profile Contractual warranty Warranty18 months
CatalogueFormatSizeAdd to My Documentsprp.document.label.format pdfSize 111.5 MBDate 7/12/19DescriptionReady-to-use motor starters and all components for building specific motor starters ( circuit breakers, contactors, overload relays , accessories ...).The catalogue can also be downloaded chapter per chapter.Instruction sheetFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsChina RoHS declarationFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsEnd of Life InformationFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsEU RoHS DeclarationFormatSizeAdd to My Documents
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