Spare Coils

Spare Coils

Spare Coils

Item Number: LXD3J5

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Specifications

Design

Range of product

TeSys D

Range

TeSys

Product or component type

contactor coil

Product compatibility

  • LC1D40A...D65A
  • LC1DT80A
  • LC1DT60A
    • Warranty

      18 months

      Physical

      Mechanical durability

      6 Mcycles

      Ambient air temperature for operation

      -5-60 °C

      Net weight

      0.07 kg

      REACh free of SVHC

      Yes

      EU RoHS Directive

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

      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)

      Others

      Device short name

      LXD3

      Control circuit type

      AC at 50 Hz

      [Uc] control circuit voltage

      12 V AC 50 Hz

      Average resistance

      0.49 Ohm at 20 °C

      Inductance of closed circuit

      0.03 H

      Maximum operating rate

      3600 cyc/h 60 °C

      Coil technology

      without built-in suppressor module

      Control circuit voltage limits

    • drop-out: 0.3...0.6 Uc at 50/60 Hz (at <60 °C)
    • operational: 0.8...1.1 Uc at 50 Hz (at <60 °C)
    • operational: 0.85...1.1 Uc at 60 Hz (at <60 °C)
      • Inrush power in VA

        160-160 VA 50 Hz cos phi 0.75 (at 20 °C)

        Hold-in power consumption in VA

        15-15 VA 50 Hz cos phi 0.3 (at 20 °C)

        Heat dissipation

        4-5 W at 50/60 Hz

        Unit Type of Package 1

        PCE

        Number of Units in Package 1

        1

        Package 1 Weight

        160 g

        Package 1 Height

        5.8 cm

        Package 1 width

        5.8 cm

        Package 1 Length

        9.8 cm

        PVC free

        Yes
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        What is the spare 48VAC coil for an LC1D40A contactor?

        LXD3E7

        What is the code for a 415VAC coil for a LC1D40A Contactor?

        The 415V coil is LXD3N7

        What overload can be used with an LC1D65AU7?

        You can use the Everlink range which is LRD313 - LRD365

        What is the replacement for the old thermal overload relay LR2D3359?

        The part number is as follows: LRD365

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

        The LAD7B106 fits the LRD01 to LRD35 range.
         

        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).

         

        Can the LRD01 to LRD35 range be put back to manual from automatic.

        This LRD range cannot be put back to Manual reset, once the overlaod has been changed from Manual (factory default) to Automatic.

        What is the difference between LAD703 and LA7D03

        Issue:
        Identifying differences between two similar part numbers

        Product Line:
        IEC contactors and starters

        Environment:
        Products sold and used in the United States

        Cause:
        Identifying differences between two similar part numbers

        Resolution:
        Both will remotely stop (trip) or electrically reset the overload, however;
        LAD703 is used on Tesys overload LRD01 through LRD35 and LR3D01 to LR3D35.
        LA7D03 is used on all other LR*D overload relays other than LRD01 to LRD35 and LR3D01 to LR3D35.


         

        What the DC current contact ratings for the CAD50, CAD32, CAD503, CAD323, CAD506, and CAD326 relay?

        Issue:
        Checking on the DC current contact ratings for the CAD50, CAD32, CAD503,  CAD323,  CAD506, and  CAD326 relay.

        Product Line:
        CAD Industrial Relays

        Environment:
        Relays and Timers

        Resolution:
        Inductive:
        125V DC - 0.55 Amps make and break, 2.5 Amps cont.
        250V DC - 0.27 Amps make and break, 2.5 amps cont.
        600V DC - 0.10 Amps make and break, 2.5 Amps cont.

         

        What is the replacement AC coil for CAD32 and CAD50 relay?

        Issue:
        AC coil replacement for CAD32 and CAD50

        Product Line:
        Relays

        Environment:
        Tesys CAD Control Relays

        Cause:
        Product selection

        Resolution:
        Volt = coil part number
        12 = LXD1J7
        21 = LXD1Z7
        24 = LXD1B7
        32 = LXD1C7
        36 = LXD1CC7
        42 = LXD1D7
        48 = LXD1E7
        60 = LXD1EE7
        100 = LXD1K7
        110 = LXD1F7
        115 = LXD1FE7
        120 = LXD1G7
        127 = LXD1FC7
        200 = LXD1L7
        208 = LXD1LL7
        220/230 = LXD1M7
        230 595 21 LXD1P7
        230/240 = LXD1U7
        277 781 30 LXD1W7
        380/400 = LXD1Q7
        400 = LXD1V7
        415 = LXD1N7
        440 = LXD1R7
        480 = LXD1T7
        600 = LXD1X7
        690 = LXD1Y7

         

        What are the wiring terminals on the IEC LRD* overload relays?

        Product Line:
        Tesys D line Overload Relays
         
        Resolution:
        The normally closed overload contact are terminals 95 & 96; and the normally open overload contact are terminals 97 & 98.
        T1 T2 and T3 are the load terminals. 

        The normally closed control circuit contact will open when there is a fault, this contact is typically used in series with the control circuit. 

        The normally open trip signal contact closes when a fault occurs which is typically used to control a pilot light, or alarm.