R026_How to Troubleshoot my contactor if it does not open

FA212169

24/01/2018

Goals and Symptoms

Use this troubleshooting guide in this case: contactor successfully closed but on stop order (remove voltage on coil) the power is still applied, even partially, to the load

Causes and Fixes

Use this troubleshooting guide in this case: contactor successfully closed but on stop order (remove voltage on coil) the power is still applied, even partially, to the load

Attachments

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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL198076 V1.0, Originally authored by MiFo on 03/18/2009, Last Edited by MiFo on 03/18/2009
Related ranges: TeSys k, TeSys f, TeSys D, TeSys LC1B, CV1, CV3