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Schneider Eletric LX0FF007 Picture
Discontinued

Schneider Eletric LX0FF007 Picture
Discontinued

TeSys F - contactor coil - LX0FF - 127 V AC/DC

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LX0FF007  has not been replaced. Please contact your customer care center for more information.
  • Price
    85.00 USD
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  • Main
    range
    TeSys
    product or component type
    Contactor coil
    device short name
    LX0FF
    control circuit type
    AC 50...400 Hz
    DC standard
    [Uc] control circuit voltage
    127 V AC 50...400 Hz
    127 V DC
    average resistance
    11.61 Ohm latching at 68 °F (20 °C)
    1788 Ohm unlatching at 68 °F (20 °C)
    product compatibility
    CR1F150
    operating time
    35...40 ms latching
    50...100 ms unlatching
    mechanical durability
    1 Mcycles
    operating rate
    120 cyc/h at <= 104 °F (40 °C)
    Complementary
    control circuit voltage limits
    0.85...1.1 Uc latching
    0.85...1.1 Uc unlatching
    Environment
    product weight
    0.97 lb(US) (0.44 kg)
    Ordering and shipping details
    Category
    22341 - CONTACTOR,D,K,&F ACCESS
    Discount Schedule
    I12
    Nbr. of units in pkg.
    1
    Package weight(Lbs)
    1.1000000000000001
    Returnability
    N
    Country of origin
    CZ
    Contractual warranty
    Warranty period
    18 months
  • Documents and Downloads

    Language
    • English
    Catalog
    Date
    Size
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    TeSys catalogue - 2019 - 2020 - chapter B9 high power contactors TeSys F,V, FG, CR1F (Version 7.0)
    Control Panel Technical Guide - How to quickly design optimized contactor assemblies (Version 1.1)
    Tesys catalogue 2019 - 2020 Motor control and protection components (Version 9.1)
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