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TeSys D
Range
TeSys
Device short name
LA9D
Product or component type
mechanical interlock
Accessory / separate part category
interlocking accessory
Interlocking type
electrical and mechanical
Poles description
  • 3P
  • 4P
    • Electrical circuit type
    • changeover
    • reversing
      • Range compatibility
        TeSys D contactor
        Product compatibility
      • LC1D80 DC
      • LC1D95 DC
        • Net weight
          0.17 kg
          Compatibility code
          LA9D
          REACh Regulation
          Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
          REACh free of SVHC
          Yes
          EU RoHS Directive
          Compliant
          Toxic heavy metal free
          Yes
          Mercury free
          Yes
          RoHS exemption information
          Yes
          China RoHS Regulation
           Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
          WEEE
          The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
          Warranty
          18 months

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          Frequently Asked Questions

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          What is needed to interlock two LC1D80 or two LC1D95 contactors for a reversing application?

          Issue:
          Mechanical and electrical interlock for LC1D80** and LC1D95**

          Product Line:
          Tesys D line Contactors

          Environment:
          Contactor Accessories

          Resolution:
          For LC1D80 or LC1D95 with AC coils
          LA9D4002 mechanical interlock with integral electrical interlocking
          LA9D50978 mechanical interlock without electrical interlocking
          LA9D8069 - 3 pole power connectors***

          For LC1D80 or LC1D95 with DC coils
          LA9D8002 mechanical interlock with integral electrical interlocking
          LA9D80978 mechanical interlock without electrical interlocking
          LA9D8069 - 3 pole power connectors***

          ***Connectors for 4 pole contactor set is LA9D8070.

          Will the mechanical interlock LA9D0902 work on the new style Telemecanique contactors?

          Issue:
          Will the new style Tesys Contactors still utilize the old style mechanical interlocks?

          Product Line:
          IEC contactors and starters

          Environment:
          Products sold and used in the United States

          Cause:
          Identifying product compatibility

          Resolution:
          No, it will not.  Refer to the current Digest  for the selection of mechanical interlock components for current style Tesys D-line contactors.  


           

          What code is a mechanical interlock for the 4pole LC1D1150046 contactor?

          LA9D11502 will fit the 4p LC1D115 and LC1D150 contactors

          Is it possible to add side instantaneous auxiliary contacts blocks to the TeSys D DC coil contactors and relays?

          No, with the TeSYS D range, the DC coil contactors (both standard and low consumption) only allow front mountable auxiliaries.
          The part numbers LAD8N11, LAD8N20 and LAD8N02 will fit only the contactors with AC coils.

          What is the part number for Side mount auxiliary 2NC and terminal shroud for LC1D1506 contactor?

          The part number for Side mount auxiliary 2NC and terminal shroud for LC1D1506 contactor are LAD8N02 and LA9D115703.
          LAD8N02                                                                                                                                    LA9D115703
           TeSys D - auxiliary contact block - 2 NC - screw clamp terminals                              shrouds - for 3 poles TeSys model D

          For more information see:

          https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=LAD8N02
          https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=LA9D115703

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

                                                      

          How do you disable a section in Unity Pro?

          Right click on the section name and choose <properties>. Go to the <condition> tab. Enter a boolean reference or variable which can conditionally disable/enable the section. When this bit is ON, the section is enabled. When this bit is OFF, the section is disabled as indicated by a red mark on the dotted line leading to the section name.
          When the bit is Forced ON or OFF, an 'F' is displayed over the red or green dot.


          What is the thread size of the LA9F701 and LA9F702?

          The thread size of the LA9F701 terminal covers is 6mm and the thread size of the LA9F702 is 8mm.

          Data sheets on the items...https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=la9f701 
          ..........................................https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=la9f702

           

          How do I clear the "SLT2" or "SLT3" error on Lexium 32 after removing a module?

          If you remove an option module from Lexium32M and replace it with a module of a different type, or leave the slot empty, the drive will display a "SLT " error to alert that a module that was once present is now missing or has been changed.

          To proceed any further with the drive setup, commissioning or use, you must acknowledge the error message to clear the "SLT" message.
          This can be done via SoMove or via the built-in HMI keypad.  

          To clear the message via the keypad follow these steps.
          1. Press the round navigation button.  The message "save" will appear on the screen.
          2. Again press the round navigation button.  The display will change to ready, or FSU for first setup if other critical parameters need to be set.
          Done.

          To clear the message via SoMove follow these steps.
          1. Connect with SoMove
          2. Click on the "Startup messages tab"
          3. In the left window pane click on the "slot" message then click OK in the popup window the opens 
          Done

          Rev 2/12/18

          Can the old D-line front mount attachments fit on the new CAD relays?

          Issue: 
          Can the old D-line attachments fit the new CAD relays
           
          Product Line:
          IEC Contactors

          Environment:
          Tesys D contactors and relays
           
          Cause:
          Using old accessories with new CAD relays

          Resolution:
           Yes, the old style front mount latch attachments, timing attachments, and auxiliary contacts will mount on the new Tesys D-line relays.

          Are StruxureWare DCE or NetBotz vulnerable to CVE-2017-7494 (Samba related vulnerability)?

           

          Issue:
           
          Are StruxureWare DCE or NetBotz vulnerable to CVE-2017-7494 (Samba related vulnerability)?
           
          Product Line:
           
          • StruxureWare Data Center Expert (DCE)
          • NetBotz
           
           
          Environment:
           
          • StruxureWare DCE v7.X
          • NetBotz (botzware) v4.X
           
          Cause:
           
          Schneider Electric has become aware of a critical vulnerability in the daemon that offers file sharing capabilities in Samba. Samba is a suite of tools that helps in the interoperability between UNIX with Microsoft Windows allowing Linux, Mac and FreeBSD users to set up and share folders on Windows computers using the server message block (SMB) protocol. Experts say the vulnerability can be exploited with just one line of code and has the potential to spread quickly. Samba versions 3.5 (released March 1, 2010) and onwards are impacted.
           
          The vulnerability allows an attacker to open a SMB share (TCP/445), upload a shared library to the writable share, and then cause the server to load and execute it.
           
          CVE ID: CVE-2017-7494: https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2017-7494
           
          Samba Disclosure: https://www.samba.org/samba/security/CVE-2017-7494.html
           
           
          Resolution:
           
          • NetBotz 4.X is not vulnerable to this issue because an unaffected version of Samba is used.
           
          • StruxureWare DCE v7.X runs on Linux but does not export SMB shares, so it is not vulnerable.  Since the Linux OS has samba packages installed that are necessary for client services, security scanners may continue to alert on the presence of CVE-2017-7494.  The next release of DCE v7.X available later in 2017 will include the latest patched libraries.
           
           
          Cyber Security is an important element of Schneider Electrics' commitment to software quality. Regular vulnerability assessment and further investigation is ongoing on other Schneider Electric platforms in addition to the above and will be detailed if discovered.
           

          What terminal protection shrouds fit the LR9F5*63, LR9F5*67, and LR9F5*69 overload relays?

          Issue:
          What terminal protection shrouds fit the LR9F5*63, LR9F5*67, and LR9F5*69 overload relays?

          Product Line:
          TeSys F-Line Contactors

          Environment:
          All Product Lines

          Cause:
          Can not find it in the Digest

          Resolution:
          The LA9F702 protection shrouds fit the LR9F5*63, LR9F5*67, and LR9F5*69 overload relays

          What should customer check when unable to get the ModBus communications to work with his ATV28 drive?

          Issue:   What should customer check when unable to get the ModBus communications to work with his ATV28 drive?
           
          Product Line:   ATV28
           
          Environment:  All
           
          Cause:   Modbus not working
           
          Resolution:   
          Verify baud rate and address (Adr) in the drive. Confirm that the ModBus master is set up properly: baud rate and address must match the drive settings, modbus RTU, no parity, 8,1,1. Make sure you keep the message length on reads or writes to 7 words or less.
          Verify wiring to the drive ModBus port. On drives manufactured before 9/2001 the pin outs are: D(B)=3, D(A)=5, 0V=2. On units manufactured after 9/2001: D(B)=4, D(A)=5, 0V=8.




           
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