LX coil for D range contactors

Spare Coils

Catalogue Number: LX4D8RD
LX coil for D range contactors
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TeSys D
Product or component type
contactor coil
Device short name
Control circuit type
DC standard
[Uc] control circuit voltage
440 V DC
Average resistance
21501 Ohm at 20 °C
Inductance of closed circuit
684.66 H
Product compatibility
  • LC1D115
  • LC1D150
    • Mechanical durability
      8 Mcycles
      Maximum operating rate
      1200 cyc/h 60 °C
      Coil technology
      without built-in suppressor module
      Control circuit voltage limits
    • operational: 0.75...1.2 Uc (at <55 °C)
    • drop-out: 0.15...0.4 Uc (at <55 °C)
      • Time constant
        25 ms
        Inrush power in W
        270-365 W (at 20 °C)
        Hold-in power consumption in W
        2.4-5.1 W at 20 °C
        Ambient air temperature for operation
        -5-60 °C
        Net weight
        0.3 kg
        18 months

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        What is the replacement AC coil for LC1D/LC2D40, D50, D65, D80, and D95?

        AC Coil information for LC1D/LC2D40, D50, D65, D80, and D95

        Product Line:
        Tesys D Replacement Parts

        TeSys™ D AC Coils


        Is 240 volt replacement control coil available for LC1D11500?

        Identifying replacement coil part number

        Product Line:
        IEC contactors and starters

        Products sold and used in the United States

        Replacement control coil needed for older style Tesys Contactor

        Yes, order LX1D8U5 for 50 hertz, LX1D8U6 for 60 hertz or LX1D8U7 for 50/60 hertz. Average coil consumption is 300 VA inrush 22 VA sealed for 50 hertz, 300 VA inrush 22 VA sealed for 60 hertz and 280 to 350 VA inrush 2 to 18 VA sealed for 50/60 hertz.

        CTA-ID : 11321

        What is the 240v coil to fit an LC1D1506

         The 240v coil is an LX1D8U7

        Where are the control coil terminals for TeSys LC1D09 to LC1D38 contactor?

        Determine the control coil terminal marking and location on LC1D09 to LC1D38 contactor

        Product Line: 
        Tesys D Contactors

        IEC contactors

        The coil terminals are marked A1 and A2, you can see them on the front of the contactor on the white part (control section).  They are next to the auxiliary contact (13/14, 21/22) terminals.

        What is the altitude derating for a TeSys D-Line contactor?

        What is the altitude derating for a TeSys D-Line contactor?

        Product Line:
        Digest 177 Section 18 : Contactors and Starters, IEC

        North American Products

        The contactors are fully rated up to 3000 meters. Following are derating multipliers for altitudes above 3000 meters for both voltage and current:

        3500m x 0.90
        4000m x 0.80
        4500m x 0.70
        5000m x 0.60

        3500m x 0.92
        4000m x 0.90
        4500m x 0.88
        5000m x 0.86

        For example, an LC1D80 at 5000 meters:
        - The maximum rated operational voltage is 1,000V (IEC947-4) and 690V (UL/CSA). At 5000 meters it becomes 1000V x 0.6 = 600V (IEC947-4) and 690V x 0.6 = 414V (UL/CSA).
        - The maximum rated operational AC3 current is 80A. At 5000 meters it becomes 80A x 0.86 = 68A.


        What is the maximum UL/CSA AC voltage rating of the LC1D power contacts ?

        Identifying maximum voltage of an LC1D contactor

        Product Line:
        TeSys D Contactors

        IEC contactors and starters used in North America


        IThe maximum voltage per UL and CSA is 600VAC. 

        Can a GV2AF3 or GV2AF4 interconnection block work on a contactor with a DC coil?

        Mounting adaptor for GV2 and LC1D contactor

        Product Line:
        Motor Starters and Protectors

        TeSys GV Manual Starter and Protectors
        Tesys D Contactors
        The GV2AF3 clip has to be moved to the DC position to accommodate the contactor with a DC coil.