Main rangeTeSys product or component typeContactor coil range compatibilityTeSys B LC1B contactorTeSys B CR1B contactor control circuit typeACDC coil typeLow consumption [Uc] control circuit voltage120...127 V AC 50...400 Hz110...125 V DC Complementary control circuit voltage limits69...79 V average resistance11.4 Ohm inrush power in VA1100…1300 VA 3P1300…1600 VA 4P450…620 VA 1P720…1000 VA 2P inrush power in W1100…1400 W for 4P380…520 W for 1P600…800 W for 2P900…1100 W for 3P hold-in power consumption in VA0.15…0.2 VA 50...400 Hz 1P0.35…0.5 VA 50...400 Hz 2P0.7…1 VA 50...400 Hz 3P1.2…1.6 VA 50...400 Hz 4P hold-in power consumption in W0.15…0.2 W for 1P0.35…0.5 W for 2P0.7…1 W for 3P1.2…1.6 W for 4P operating time25 ms sealed mechanical durability1200000 cycles maximum operating rate120 cyc/mn 55 °C net weight1.12 kg Packing Units Unit Type of Package 1PCE Number of Units in Package 11 Package 1 Weight1.13 kg Package 1 Height9.5 cm Package 1 width6.8 cm Package 1 Length17 cm Offer Sustainability EU RoHS DirectivePro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
EU RoHS Declaration
Mercury freeYes RoHS exemption information China RoHS RegulationChina RoHS declaration
Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
Contractual warranty Warranty18 months
CatalogueFormatSizeDateAdd to My Documentsprp.document.label.format pdfSize 118.2 MBDate 7/22/20DescriptionReady-to-use motor starters and all components for building specific motor starters ( circuit breakers, contactors, overload relays , accessories ...). This edition includes a presentation of the new TeSys island system. The catalogue can also be downloaded chapter per chapter.prp.document.label.format pdfSize 8.6 MBDate 7/22/20DescriptionContactors with pre-defined composition : TeSys BContactors with variable composition : TeSys CV1B, CV3B, order formContactors for heating applications 3000 V : TeSys BChina RoHS declarationFormatSizeDateAdd to My Documents
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