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    2.2

    Contactors

    Contactors and reversing contactors types LC

    p

    -K and LP

    p

    -K

    Environment

    Conforming to standards

    IEC/EN 60947-1, IEC/EN 60947-4-1, NF C 63-110, VDE 0660

    Approvals LC

    pppp

    and LP

    pppp

    -K06 to K12

    UL, CSA, DEMKO, NEMKO, SEMKO, FI

    Operating positions Vertical axis Horizontal axis

    Without derating Without derating Possible positions for

    LC

    p

    -K

    only. Contactor energisation voltage: 0.85 Uc

    Max to

    Cabling

    Min Max IEC/EN 60947 Screw clamp connections Solid conductor

    mm

    2

    1 x 1.5 2 x 4 1 x 4 + 1 x 2.5

    Flexible cable without cable end

    mm

    2

    1 x 0.75 2 x 4 2 x 2.5

    Flexible cable with cable end

    mm

    2

    1 x 0.34 1 x 1.5 + 1 x 2.5 1 x 1.5 + 1 x 2.5

    Spring terminal connections Solid conductor

    mm

    2

    1 x 0.75 1 x 1.5 2 x 1.5 Flexible conductor without cable end

    mm

    2

    1 x 0.75 1 x 1.5 2 x 1.5

    Faston connectors Clip

    mm

    2 x 2.8 or 1 x 6.35

    Solder pins for With locating device between power printed circuit board and control circuits 4 mm x 35 microns

    Tightening torque

    Philips head n˚ 2 and Ø 6

    N.m

    0.8…1.3

    Terminal referencing

    Conforming to standards EN 50005 and EN 50012 Up to 5 contacts

    Rated insulation voltage

    (Ui) Conforming to IEC/EN 60947-4-1

    V

    690

    Conforming to VDE 0110 gr C

    V

    750

    Conforming to NF C 20-040

    V

    690

    Conforming to CSA 22-2 n˚ 14, UL 508

    V

    600

    Rated impulse withstand voltage

    (Uimp)

    kV

    8

    Protective treatment

    Conforming to IEC 68 (DIN 50016) “TC” (Klimafest, Climateproof)

    Degree of protection

    Conforming to VDE 0106 Protection against direct finger contact

    Ambient air temperature

    Storage

    ˚C

    - 50…+ 80 around the device

    Operation

    ˚C

    - 25…+ 50

    Maximum operating altitude

    Without derating

    m

    2000

    Vibration resistance

    Contactor open 2 gn 5 ... 300 Hz

    Contactor closed 4 gn

    Flame resistance

    Conforming to UL 94 Self-extinguishing materials V1

    Conforming to NF F 16-101 and 16-102 Conforming to requirement 2

    Shock resistance

    Contactor open 10 g (1/2 sine wave, 11 ms)

    Contactor closed 15 g

    Safe circuit separation

    Conforming to VDE 0106 and IEC 536 VLSV (Very Low Safety voltage), up to 400 V

    Characteristics

    Selection: pages 1/12 to 1/35

    References: pages 2/22 to 2/35

    Dimensions: pages 2/40 and 2/42

    Schemes: pages 2/41 and 2/43

    °1 80

    °

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    2.2

    Contactors

    Contactors and reversing contactors types LC

    p

    -K and LP

    p

    -K

    Pole characteristics

    Conventional thermal current

    (Ith) For ambient temperature

    50 ˚C

    A

    20

    Rated operational frequency Hz

    50/60

    Frequency limits of operational current Hz

    Up to 400

    Rated operational voltage

    (Ue)

    V

    690

    Rated making capacity

    I rms to NF C 63-110 and IEC/EN 60947-4-1

    LC

    pppp

    -K06, LP

    pppp

    -K06, LC

    pppp

    -K09, LP

    pppp

    -K09

    A

    110

    LC

    pppp

    -K12, LP

    pppp

    -K12

    A

    144

    Rated breaking capacity V

    220/ 380/ 415 440 500 660/ 240 400 690

    I rms to NF C 63-110 and IEC/EN 60947-4-1

    LC

    pppp

    -K06, LP

    pppp

    -K06, LC

    pppp

    -K09, LP

    pppp

    -K09 A

    110 110 110 110 80 70

    LC

    pppp

    -K12, LP

    pppp

    -K12 A

    – – – 110 80 70

    Permissible short time rating

    In free air for a time “t” 1 s 5 s 10 s 30 s

    1 min

    3 min

    15 min

    from cold state (

    θ ≤

    50 ˚C)

    LC

    pppp

    -K06, LP

    pppp

    -K06, LC

    pppp

    -K09, LP

    pppp

    -K09 A

    90 85 80 60 45 40 20

    LC

    pppp

    -K12, LP

    pppp

    -K12 A

    115 105 100 75 55 50 25

    Short-circuit protection

    gG fuse U

    440 V (aM fuse, see page

    2/46

    )

    A

    25

    Average impedance per pole

    At Ith and 50 Hz

    m

    3

    Utilisation in category AC-1

    Maximum rated operational current

    A

    20 resistive circuits, heating, lighting for a temperature

    50 ˚C (Ue

    440 V) Maximum rated operational current

    A

    16 for Ue only for a temperature

    70 ˚C

    Rated operational current limits in relation

    A

    On-load factor 90% 60 % 30 % to on-load factor and operating frequency

    300 op. cycles/hour 13 15 18

    120 op. cycles/hour 15 18 19

    30 op. cycles/hour 19 20 20

    Increase in operational current Apply the following coefficients to the current values by paralleling of poles above. These take into account the often

    unbalanced current distribution between poles

    2 poles in parallel: K = 1.60

    3 poles in parallel: K = 2.25

    4 poles in parallel: K = 2.80

    Utilisation in category AC-3

    Operational power squirrel cage motors according to the voltage Voltage 50 or 60 Hz

    V

    115 220 220/ 380/ 440/ 500/ 660/ 240 415 480 600 690

    1-ph 1-ph 3-ph 3-ph 3-ph 3-ph 3-ph

    LC

    pppp

    -K06, LP

    pppp

    -K06 kW

    0.37 0.75 1.5 2.2 3 3 3

    LC

    pppp

    -K09, LP

    pppp

    -K09 kW

    0.55 1.1 2.2 4 4 4 4

    LC

    pppp

    -K12, LP

    pppp

    -K12 kW

    – – 3 5.5

    5.5/

    4 4

    4 (480)

    % utilisation of operational power in relation Op. cycles/hr 600 900 1200 to the maximum operating rate

    Power 100% 75% 50%

    Characteristics

    Selection: pages 1/12 to 1/35

    References: pages 2/22 to 2/35

    Dimensions: pages 2/40 and 2/42

    Schemes: pages 2/41 and 2/43

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    Contactors

    Contactors and reversing contactors types LC

    p

    -K and LP

    p

    -K

    (1) For mains supplies with a high level of interference (voltage surge > 800 V), use a suppressor module LA4-KE1FC (50…129 V) or LAF-KE1UG (130…250 V), see page 2/38.

    Control circuit characteristics

    Contactor type LC1 LC2 LC7 LC8 LP1 LP2

    Rated control circuit voltage

    (Uc)

    V

    a

    12…690 (1)

    a

    24…240

    c

    12…250 (1)

    Control voltage limits

    Operation 0.8…1.15 Uc 0.85…1.1 Uc 0.8…1.15 Uc (

    50 ˚C) single voltage coil

    Drop-out

    0.20 Uc

    0.10 Uc

    0.10 Uc

    Average consumption

    Inrush 30 VA 3 VA 3 W at 20 ˚C and at Uc

    Sealed 4.5 VA 3 VA 3 W

    Heat dissipation W

    1.3 3 3

    Operating time

    Between coil energisation and: at 20 ˚C and at Uc - opening of the N/C contacts

    ms

    5…15 25…35 25…35 - closing of the N/O contacts

    ms

    10…20 30…40 30…40

    Between coil de-energisation and: - opening of the N/O contacts

    ms

    10…20 30 10 - closing of the N/C contacts

    ms

    15…25 40 15

    Maximum immunity to micro-breaks ms

    2 2 2

    Maximum operating rate

    In operating cycles per hour 3600 3600 3600

    Mechanical durability at Uc

    50/60 Hz coil 10 5 10 5 – – In millions of operating cycles

    c

    coil – – – – 10 5

    Characteristics

    (continued)

    Selection: pages 1/12 to 1/35

    References: pages 2/22 to 2/35

    Dimensions: pages 2/40 and 2/42

    Schemes: pages 2/41 and 2/43

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    2.2

    10 000

    5000

    3000

    2000

    1000 800 600 500 400 300

    200

    100 80 60

    24 48 110 220

    440 690 V120

    380 500 40

    16 000

    8000 6000

    4000

    2c2b

    4

    1

    2a

    1000

    700

    500

    300

    200

    100 80 60 50 40 30

    20

    10 8 6

    12 24 48 110 220 440 600 V

    250

    200

    140

    100

    50

    20

    2c

    2b

    2a

    3

    4

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