Specifications

hide show
Range
TeSys
Product or component type
terminal block
Device short name
LAD
Accessory / separate part category
connection accessory
Product compatibility
  • LRD01...35
  • LR3D01...D35
    • Quantity per set
      set of 10
      Connections - terminals
      screw terminals for lug
      Height
      85 mm
      Width
      45 mm
      Depth
      80 mm
      Net weight
      0.1 kg
      Compatibility code
      LAD
      Sustainable offer status
      Green Premium product
      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)
      Environmental Disclosure
      ENVPEP111213EN_V1
      WEEE
      The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
      Warranty
      18 months

      Frequently Asked Questions

      hide show

      Is the LAD7B10 a UL and CSA Recognized Component?

      Issue:
      Is the LAD7B10 a UL or CSA recognized component?

      Product Line:
      IEC Overload Mounting Kit

      Environment:
      IEC Contactors

      Cause:
      Clarify CSA and UL listing for IEC components

      Resolution:
      As of 6/30/2016 this device has been UL component recongnized. This device has not been CSA recognized

      Key words LAD7B10, UL, CSA, separate mounting

      Case Subject:
      LAD7B10

      What is the Din rail terminal block to suit the LRD12?

      The LAD7B106 fits the LRD01 to LRD35 range.
       

      Will the LAD7B10 or the LAD7B106 work on the Pre-Tesys D line LR2D15*** overload relays?

      Issue:
      Separate mount block needed for older style overload relay

      Product Line:
      IEC contactors and starters

      Environment:
      North American Products

      Resolution:
      No. These are a different design and will not work with the pre - Tesys overload relays.


       

      Will the LA7D1064 fit the new TeSys LRD overload relays?

      Issue:
      Identifying separate mount for newer style LRD overload relays

      Product Line:
      IEC contactors and starters

      Environment:
      Products sold and used in the United States

      Resolution:
      No, they are a different design and will not work with the Tesys overload relays, you will need the LAD7B10 or LAD7B10..

      What size cable does a LAD7B10 accept?

      Issue:
      Need to know the size cable accepted by the LAD7B10 block.

      Product Line:
      IEC Contactors and starters

      Environment:
      Products sold and used in the United States

      Cause:
      Identifying cabling requirements.

      Resolution:
      It takes either a 1 flexible cable without cable end size 14-8 AWG or 1 flex cable with cable end size 16-12AWG or 1 solid cable without cable end size 16-10 AWG.


       

      What is the replacement for a LA6DK10B

       Part code is LAD6K10B

      What is the Difference between LADN206 and LADN20?

      LADN206 has 2N/O Lugs ring terminal
      LADN20 has 2 N/O - screw-clamps terminals
      Rest of the specifications are the same.

      What is the part number for a separate mount terminal block for an overload for relay/contactor?

      The part number for a separate mount terminal block for an overload for relay/contactor is - LAD7B106
      For further information , visit link below:-
      https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/LAD7B106
       

      How to use LRD01…35 LRD33•• & LRD43•• and LRD33** as an indepentent relay?

      The LRD relays has a solid tag to be used with LC1D** contactors. If you are not using LC1D contactors then using the following accessories you can terminate cable directly.

      For LRD01…35 use the following part: LAD7B106
      For LRD33•• & LRD43•• (3) use the following part: LA7D3064

      Powerpact H, J and L frame testing Ground fault, trip test, from the display with Micrologic 6.2A and E, 6.3A and E trip units.

      Issue:
      Powerpact H, J and L frame testing Ground fault, trip test,  from the display with Micrologic 6.2A and 6.2E, 6.3A and 6.2E trip units.

      Product Line:
      Powerpact H, J and L frame

      Environment:
      Micrologic 6.2A and E, 6.3A and E trip units
      Electronic trip unit user guide  48940-312-01, Rev. 02, 01/2012, page 19.

      Resolution:
      Ground fault test instructions:   Press "mode" button until marker is above the "1/A".  Then press the arrow key until marker is above the ground symbol.  Press "ok/test" button and the word "test" will be on the display.  Press ok/test again to trip the breaker.  After breaker trips, press ok twice to reset display.  Trip unit must be powered up by enough load, or have external 24Vdc, or have test equipment plugged into the trip unit so you can see the display.

      The following notes are taken from the Micrologic 5 and 6 Electronic trip unit user guide  48940-312-01, Rev. 02, 01/2012, page 19. Access the ground-fault protection test function by pressing OK. The tESt pictogram appears and the OK pictogram blinks. Prompt the ground-fault protection test by pressing OK. The circuit breaker trips. The ground-fault protection trip screen is displayed.   Acknowledge the ground-fault trip screen by pressing OK. The Reset OK pictogram blinks.   Confirm by pressing OK again The confirmation OK displays for 2 seconds.

      What is the difference between the LA7D305 and LAD7305, remote control reset mechanism by flexible cable?

      Issue:
      Identifying differences between two similar part numbers.

      Product Line:
      IEC contactors and starters

      Environment:
      Products sold and used in the United States

      Cause:
      Choosing the correct part number

      Resolution:
      LAD7305 is for use on LRD01 to LRD35 , LR3D01 to LR3D35, and LRD313 to LRD365.
      LA7D305 is for use on all other relays (except LRD01 to LRD35 and LR3D01 to LR3D35).

       

      Will a single circuit auxiliary contact block, like a LADN10 or LADN01, fit onto the Tesys D09-D38 amp contactors?

      Issue:
      Identifying auxiliary contact blocks for Tesys D contactors

      Product Line:
      IEC contactors and starters

      Environment:
      Products sold and used in the United States

      Cause:
      single auxiliary contact block needed for use on a Tesys D line contactor

      Resolution:
      No, the single pole contact block will not fit . A LADN11,LADN20, LADN02 etc will fit. Anything with 2 auxiliary contacts in one block will fit.
       

      What are the basic troubleshooting steps for the Back-UPS RS model BR1300G / BR1500G?

      Issue:

      What are the basic troubleshooting steps for the Back-UPS RS model BR1300G / BR1500G?

      Product Line:

      APC Back-UPS RS,

      Environment: 

      BR1300G, BR1500G, All Serial Numbers

      Cause:

      During normal operation, you may find your UPS not functioning as expected. This may be due to a malfunction, configuration issue, or the install environment.
      This document will assist you with basic troubleshooting steps.

      Resolution:
       
      Problem   Possible Cause Solution
       
      The Back-UPS will not turn on The unit is not connected to utility power. Ensure that the unit is securely connected to an AC outlet.
      The circuit breaker has been tripped. Disconnect non-essential equipment from the unit. Reset the circuit breaker. Re-connect equipment one item at a time. If the circuit breaker is tripped again, disconnect the device that caused the trip.
      The internal battery is not connected. Connect the battery.
      The utility input voltage is out of range. Adjust the transfer voltage and sensitivity range.
       
      The unit does not provide power during a utility power outage. Ensure that essential equipment is not plugged into a SURGE ONLY outlet. Disconnect equipment from the SURGE ONLY outlet and re-connect to a BATTERY BACKUP outlet.
       
      The unit is operating on battery power, while connected to utility power. The plug has partially pulled out of the wall outlet, the wall outlet is no longer receiving utility power, or the circuit breaker has been tripped. Ensure that the plug is fully inserted into the wall outlet. Ensure that the wall outlet is receiving utility power by checking it with another device.
      The unit is performing an automatic self test. No action is necessary.
      The utility input voltage is out of range, the frequency is out of range, or the waveform is distorted. Adjust the transfer voltage and sensitivity range.
       
      The unit does not provide the expected amount of backup time. Battery Backup outlets may be fully or improperly loaded. Disconnect non-essential equipment from the BATTERY BACKUP outlets and connect the equipment to SURGE ONLY outlets.
      The battery was recently discharged due to a power outage and has not fully recharged. Charge the battery cartridge for 16 hours.
      The battery has reached the end of its useful life. Replace the battery (APCRBC124).
           
      The REPLACE BATTERY indicator is illuminated. The battery has reached the end of its useful life. Replace the battery (APCRBC124).
           
      The OVERLOAD indicator is illuminated. The equipment connected to the unit is drawing more power than the unit can provide. Disconnect non-essential equipment from the BATTERY BACKUP outlets and connect the equipment to SURGE ONLY outlets.
           
      The SYSTEM FAULT indicator is illuminated, all the front panel indicators are flashing. There is an internal fault. Determine which internal fault message is displayed by matching the number displayed on the LCD with the corresponding Fault Message (see System Faults) and contact APC Technical Support.   
      System Faults:    
      • F01 - On-Battery Overload
      • F02 - On-Battery Output Short
      • F03 - On-Battery Xcap Overload
      • F04 - Clamp Short
      • F05 - Charger Fault
      • F06 - Relay Welding
      • F07 - Temperature
      • F08 - Fan Fault
      • F09 - Internal Fault
       
      Power is not supplied to some outlets. Power to the Controlled Outlets has intentionally been turned off. Confirm that the correct peripherals are connected to Controlled Outlets. If this feature is not desired, disable the Power-Saving Master and Controlled Outlets.
       
      The Controlled Outlets
      are not supplying power, even though the Master device is not in sleep mode.
      The Master Outlet threshold may be incorrectly set. Adjust the threshold when the Master outlet signals the Controlled Outlets to shut down.