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LX1FG110 Product picture Schneider Electric
Discontinued

Range: TeSys F

Spare parts

LX1FG110

LX1FG110 Product picture Schneider Electric
Discontinued
Range: TeSys F

Spare parts

LX1FG110

TeSys F - contactor coil - LX1FG - 110...115 V AC 50 Hz

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LX1FG110  has not been replaced. Please contact your customer care centre  for more information.

  • Main
    range
    TeSys
    product or component type
    Contactor coil
    device short name
    LX1FG
    range compatibility
    TeSys F LC1F contactor
    product compatibility
    LC1F185
    LC1F225
    control circuit type
    AC 50 Hz
    [Uc] control circuit voltage
    110...115 V AC 50 Hz
    average resistance
    4.18 Ohm at 20 °C
    inductance of closed circuit
    0.65 H
    operating time
    20...35 ms closing
    7...15 ms opening
    mechanical durability
    10 Mcycles
    operating rate
    <= 2400 cyc/h at <= 55 °C
    Complementary
    coil technology
    Without built-in suppressor module
    control circuit voltage limits
    0.35...0.55 Uc at 55 °C drop-out 50/60 Hz
    0.85...1.1 Uc at 55 °C operational 50/60 Hz
    inrush power in VA
    805 VA at 20 °C (cos f 0.3) 50 Hz
    hold-in power consumption in VA
    55 VA at 20 °C (cos f 0.3) 50 Hz
    heat dissipation
    18...24 W at 50 Hz
    Environment
    ambient air temperature for operation
    > -5...55 °C
    product weight
    0.55 kg
    Contractual warranty
    Warranty period
    18 months
  • Documents & Downloads

    Language
    • English
    End of life manual
    Date
    Size
    Add to My Documents
    Date 1/12/15
    Size 181.1 KB
    Date 21/09/17
    Size 302.6 KB
    Product environmental
    Date
    Size
    Add to My Documents
    Date 21/09/17
    Size 197.1 KB
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