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Collar Wire Pliers

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Qty UoM EAN Colour
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Specifications

Design

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Warranty

18 months

Range of product

cable ends

Physical

California proposition 65

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including: Lead and lead compounds, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Environmental Disclosure

ENVPEP1304013EN

Mercury free

Yes

REACh free of SVHC

Yes

REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

China RoHS Regulation

 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)

EU RoHS Directive

Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)

RoHS exemption information

Yes

Toxic heavy metal free

Yes

Net weight

0.21 kg

Others

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Number of Units in Package 2

20

Package 1 Height

2 cm

Package 1 Length

22.8 cm

Package 1 Weight

249 g

Package 1 width

5.5 cm

Package 2 Height

15 cm

Package 2 Length

40 cm

Package 2 Weight

5.036 kg

Package 2 width

15 cm

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Unit Type of Package 2

S01

Accessory / separate part designation

cable end crimping tool

Accessory / separate part type

plier

Accessory / separate part category

cabling accessories

Accessory / separate part destination

cable from 0.5 to 16 mm²
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Can the LTMR with a LTMEV40 do the same monitoring and communication as the Symcom 777 (motorsaver) relay?

Issue:
Does the LTMR provide the same protection as a SymCom777 relay?

Product Line:
LTMR, Tesys T, Motor Management System, Overload relay

Result:
The LTMR100MFM + LTMEV40 combination can do all that the SymCom777 can do and more.  The communications on the LTMR***MFM is Modbus RTU over RS485 cabling.

There are however a couple of caveats.

The 777 is self powered off of the voltage sensing inputs, the LTMR has to be powered separately via the A1/A2 terminals.

The 777 can be programmed via the knobs and display on the front panel, the LTMR requires either a LTMCU display/programmer (and cable) or a PC with software to be programmed.

If they are doing network communications, the register map of the 777 is different than the LTMR. If they already have one or the other, the programming of the PLC will have to be changed.