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Issued November 2009

12493

DATA SHEET

LR-D OVERLOAD RELAYS
Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue

brushes. Leaving aside the replacement of wearing parts. the fault is due to the effects of heating. ATR TRL 180 165 155 140 130 125 120 115 100 80 60 40 0 E B F H Insulation classes Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 1 of 16 AT 20 TL . such as bearings. The diagram below defines the standardised limits for different classes of insulation. the life of a rotating machine is linked to that of its insulation.. A statistical survey carried out in Britain. Provided that the temperature rise limit is not exceeded. An examination of the above results shows that. slip rings. the life expectancy of insulating materials is extremely long. gave the following results: Overloads Pollution (example: corrosive atmosphere) Phase failure Bearing failure Ageing (example: ambient temperature too high) Rotor faults Miscellaneous 30 % 19 % 14 % 13 % 10 % 5% 9% These faults are related to motors with a power rating of 37 kW or more. but only gives an average value for temperature rise. In all cases. the temperature rise limit TRL and an additional temperature rise value ATR considered necessary because the measurement of winding resistance variation does not determine the temperature of the hottest part of the motor winding. and which is often accidental.General 6 Protection components Motor protection 12493 6 Operating conditions There are many possible causes of electric motor failure. The operating temperature limit TL of an insulating material depends on the type of material and is the sum of the ambient air temperature AT (cooling air). One of the most common. the normal ambient cooling air temperature is fixed at 40 °C. in more than 50 % of cases. It is decreased by approximately one half for an excess temperature rise of 10 °C. etc. is the utilisation of motors beyond the operating limits defined by the manufacturer or in abnormal ambient conditions. covering 9000 incidents of motor failure.

98 0.72 0.95 0.04 1.81 0.96 0.84 0. The following table gives the ratio between operational power and rated power. which is an extract from publication IEC 60034-1.01 0. the derating of a motor depends on its size. the altitude of the installation.82 0.93 0.79 0.75 0.97 0. for which the motor manufacturer defines an operational power appropriate to each and different from the rated power. In effect.90 0.89 0.68 60 °C 0. There are other standardised types of duty. for a given ambient temperature.84 0.77 0.97 0.80 0.76 0.89 0.87 0. etc. if this is above 1000 m. This covers continuous operation of sufficient duration to enable the motor to reach a steady temperature. Also.82 0.87 0. insulation class. Also. and varies according to the manufacturer.86 0.07 1. its temperature rise limit should be modified in order to maintain the same maximum temperature limit.83 1. the rated power of a motor is defined by the manufacturer for continuous duty S1. (2) These limit values may be exceeded.86 0. degree of protection IP 23.84 0. Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 2 of 16 .83 0.80 0.). It corresponds to insulation class B. or intermittent periodic duty type S3.General (continued) 6 Protection components Motor protection 12493 6 The rated power of a motor corresponds to its temperature rise limit for an ambient temperature of 40 °C.00 1.79 0.75 50 °C 0.91 0.91 0. such as temporary duty S2. S4 and S5. Temperature rise limit in °C Insulation class B F 80 100 90 (1) 60 (2) H 125 100 (1) 60 (2) Insulated winding (measurement by resistance) Commutators and slip-rings 80 Bearings 60 When a motor is used at an ambient air temperature other than the normal value.87 0.01 0. (1) For temperature rise limits of 90 °C and 100 °C the brushes must be selected with the agreement of the motor manufacturer. method of construction (self-ventilated or forced ventilation.94 0. affects the cooling and increases the temperature rise. IP 44.72 55 °C 0. depending on the quality of the grease used and the applied loads. according to the operating conditions.71 0. in addition to the normal ambient conditions.64 The values shown in the above table are for guidance only. It is this value of rated power that is normally shown on the motor plate. Operational power / Rated power in watts Altitude m 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 Ambient temperature 30 °C 35 °C 40 °C 1.04 1.78 45 °C 0. The result is that the motor operational power is no longer the same as its rated power. The standard temperature rise limits for the different parts of a machine are given in the following table.76 0.92 0.68 0.93 0.

with sufficient accuracy. b and with strong probability of locking under steady state conditions. b high inertia. It is essential to know the real operating conditions: b ambient temperature. b operating altitude. Protection by thermal overload relay A conventional thermal overload relay protects the motor in the following two cases: b overload. As the thermal inertias of the overload relay and motor are different. by its differential mechanism. by monitoring the current drawn by each phase.General 6 Protection components Motor protection 12493 6 Selection of thermal protection To optimise the life of a motor. it has the disadvantage of not taking into account. b frequent starting. These operational values are given by the motor manufacturer. b phase failure. they provide protection against: b overtorque or mechanical shock. the thermal state of the motor. based on the bending of bimetal strips caused by the current drawn by the motor. This type of protection relay is widely used. Nevertheless. It is particularly recommended if there is a risk of rotor locking. It therefore covers 44% of the cases of motor failure. b thermistor protection relays. By monitoring the current through the current transformers with which they are equipped. these over current relays can be combined with the motor-starter function. such as: b long starting times. whilst ensuring maximum continuity in the operation of the driven machine or associated plant by avoiding unnecessary stoppages. Protection by instantaneous electronic over current relays LR97 D and LT47 electronic over current relays have been developed to satisfy machine protection requirements. These relays are particularly recommended for providing mechanical protection on machines with: b high resistive torque. is extremely reliable and is a relatively low cost device. The operating principle of this type of device is. Various types of thermal protection devices are available: b thermal overload relays or thermal-magnetic motor circuit-breakers. in some cases it may be possible to restart the motor following an overload trip even though its temperature is still too high. b phase imbalance or failure. b type of standard duty. in fact. (1) PTC: Positive Temperature Coefficient Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 3 of 16 . They do not incorporate a thermal overload memory and can therefore be used to provide motor protection in severe duty applications. b locked rotor (mechanical locking under steady state conditions). with PTC thermistor probes (1) b multifunction relays. current) and to be able to select efficient thermal protection. These relays have definite time characteristics: current threshold and time based function Because of their two separate time settings "D-Time" (starting time) and "O-Time" (trip time during steady state). in order to determine the operational values for the motor (power. it is important to select the appropriate thermal protection which will prevent operation under abnormal heating conditions.

indicated by NOT on the curve opposite. Markings complied with by universal probes “Mark A” (standard EC 60034-11-1A) Protection relays Relay type Thermal Over overload (1) current LR2 K. etc. associated with a thermistor protection relay (type LT3 S). Their resistance value increases very rapidly when their temperature reaches the Nominal Operating Temperature threshold. More comprehensive protection can be obtained: b either by associating several types of protection device (example: thermal overload relay + thermistor protection relay + earth fault relay).General (continued) 6 Protection components Motor protection 12493 6 Resistance (Ω) 4000 Protection by PTC thermistor relay Better monitoring of the internal motor temperature can be provided by PTC thermistor probes. likewise. Their small size means that they have a low thermal inertia and can rapidly follow the temperature variations of their surroundings. b or by using a multifunction protection relay type LT6. abnormal overheating of bearings. LR97D LR9 F Over current LT47 For use with PTC probes LT3 Multifunction LT6 Causes of overheating Slight overload Locked rotor Underload Supply phase failure Ventilation fault With PTC probes With PTC probes With PTC probes Abnormal rise in ambient temperature Shaft bearing seizure Insulation fault Protracted starting time Severe duty With PTC probes Ideally suited Possible solution Not suitable (no protection) (1) Or motor circuit-breaker type GV2 ME. S5) and. NOT -20 1330 550 250 100 50 NOT -5 NOT NOT +5 -20 0 Temperature (°C) NOT +15 This is the only solution for motor protection in applications involving severe starting/ stopping (duties S3. PTC probes are resistors with a positive temperature coefficient. S4. for applications where the motor could be inadvertently overcooled. embedded in the motor windings during manufacture. Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 4 of 16 . for example. LRD. Problems other than those due to thermal effect can also arise: earth fault.

1 Adjustment dial Ir.c.5 1.c.simulation of relay tripping (actuates both the N/O and N/C contacts).) Flexible cable 1 or 2 conductors without cable end Flexible cable 1 or 2 conductors with cable end Solid cable 1 or 2 conductors without cable end Tightening torque Connection to spring terminals (Min/max c. Protection against direct finger contact IP 2X “TH” . Actuates the N/C contact. 5 4 3 7 Model d 3-pole thermal overload relays are designed to protect a.20…+ 60 Operating positions without derating Shock resistance Vibration resistance Dielectric strength at 50 Hz Surge withstand Auxiliary contact characteristics Conventional thermal current Maximum sealed current a.m mm2 mm2 1/2. 3 Stop button.5 0 1 STOP LRD 01…35 1 37 A 41 M TEST R A E S E T 5 3 4 2 6 98 LRD 3322…4369.5 Page 5 of 16 .checking of control circuit wiring. IEC 60947-4-1.7 1/2.s. circuits and motors against overloads. BS 4941 CSA. without derating (IEC 60947-4-1) Minimum and maximum operating temperatures (with derating) In relation to normal vertical mounting plane Permissible acceleration conforming to IEC 60068-2-7 Permissible acceleration conforming to IEC 60068-2-6 Conforming to IEC 60255-5 Conforming to IEC 60801-5 °C °C °C . UL. protected by a cover. PTB except LAD 4: UL. characteristics TeSys protection components 6 12493 6 3-pole thermal overload relays.) Flexible cable 1 or 2 conductors without cable end Flexible cable 1 or 2 conductors with cable end A V VA V W A 5 24 100 24 100 5 48 200 48 100 110 400 110 50 220 600 220 45 380 600 440 25 600 600 – – Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue 46 50 NO 97 95 NC 96 Conforming to VDE 0106 Conforming to IEC 60068 Storage Normal operation. phase failure. NF C 63-650 VDE 0660. BS fuses. LR2 D Environment Conforming to standards Product certifications Degree of protection Protective treatment Ambient air temperature around the device IEC 60947-1. Relays LRD 01 to 35 are supplied with the selector in the manual position. long starting times and prolonged stalling of the motor.a.11 ms 6 gn kV kV 6 6 mm2 mm2 mm2 N. Operation of the Test button allows: . 7 Selector for manual or automatic reset. Sichere Trennung. does not affect the N/O contact. 6 Setting locked by sealing the cover.5 1/2.60…+ 70 .5 1/2. Maximum rating or by GB2 circuit-breaker Connection to screw clamp terminals (Min/max c.a. 2 Test button. RESET 3 5 4 3. 5 Trip indicator. . model d Description 1 6 2. supply (Occasional operating cycles of contact 95-96) Short-circuit protection By gG.Description.c. CSA.5 1/2.40…+ 70 Any position 15 gn . 4 Reset button.s. supply consumption of the operating coils of controlled contactors d. Deliberate action is required to move it to the automatic position.

model d 12493 6 Relay type LRD 01 …16.Characteristics 6 TeSys protection components 3-pole thermal overload relays.5/4 LRD 3322 …33696 LR3 D3322 …D33696 10 A 1000 600 6 0…400 17…104 4/35 4/35 LR2 D35pp LRD 4365 …4369 Electrical characteristics of power circuit Tripping class Rated insulation voltage (Ui) 20 20 10 A 1000 600 except LRD 4369 6 0…400 80…140 4/50 4/35 Rated impulse withstand voltage (Uimp) Frequency limits Of the operating current Setting range Depending on model Connection to screw clamp terminals (Min/max c.5/10 1/4 LR D15pp LRD 21 …35.) Flexible cable 1 conductor without cable end Flexible cable 1 conductor with cable end Solid cable without cable end 1 conductor mm 2 1/6 4/35 4/50 Tightening torque Connection to spring terminals (Min/max c.5/10 1/6 except LRD 21: 1/4 1.06 In Tripping current 30 % of In on one phase. 3-phase.30…+ 60 .s. the others at In . LR3 D21 …D35 10 A 690 600 6 0…400 12…38 1.20…+ 60 Tripping curves Average operating times related to multiples of the setting current Time Hours Class 10 A Hours Time Class 20 A 2 1 40 20 2 1 40 20 Minutes 10 4 2 1 40 20 Minutes Seconds 10 4 2 1 40 20 10 4 2 1 0. from cold state.5/4 1.5/4 1.8 1 2 4 1 2 3 6 10 17 20 x the setting current (Ir) 1 2 3 1 Balanced operation.8 0.m mm 2 mm 2 1.5/10 except LRD 21: 1/6 2.8 0. 3-phase.) Flexible cable 1 conductor without cable end Solid cable 1 conductor without cable end N.5/4 1. after a long period at the set current (hot state). from cold state.a.a.7 1. 3 Balanced operation. Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 6 of 16 . LR3 D01 …D16 Conforming to UL 508.20…+ 60 .14 ± 0. 2 2-phase operation.85 – – 9 – – – – 9 – – Operating characteristics Temperature compensation Tripping threshold Sensitivity to phase failure Conforming to IEC 60947-4-1 Conforming to IEC 60947-4-1 °C A . CSA 10 A V V kV Hz A mm 2 mm 2 690 600 6 0…400 0.1…13 1. IEC 60947-4-1 Conforming to IEC 60947-4-1 Conforming to UL.s.8 1 2 4 6 10 17 20 x the setting current (Ir) Seconds 10 4 2 1 0.30…+ 60 1.5 1.

model LR9 D Description 1 2 5 4 3 98 NO 97 95 NC 96 LR9 D electronic thermal overload relays are designed for use with contactors LC1 D115 and D150. please consult your Regional Sales Office.c.: 2. b protection of single-phase circuits.m 5 24 100 24 100 5 Minimum c.Description. b alarm function to avoid tripping by load shedding.: 1 Maximum c.a.5 1. b choice of starting class. CSA 22-2 IP 20 on front panel with protective covers LA9 D11570p or D11560p "TH” .2 48 200 48 100 110 400 110 50 220 600 220 45 380 600 440 25 600 600 – – (1) For operating temperatures up to 70 °C.s. In addition to the protection provided by model d thermal overload relays (see page 6/12) they offer the following special features: b protection against phase imbalance.20…+ 55 (1) 2000 Any position 13 gn . supply (Occasional operating cycles of contact 95-96) Short-circuit protection By gG or BS fuses or by circuit-breaker GB2 Connection 1 or 2 conductors Flexible cable without cable end Tightening torque A V VA V W A mm2 N. 255-17./ 103 104 Load 5 4 3 Alarm 98 NO 97 95 NC 96 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 6 LR9 D67 and D69 Adjustment dial Ir Test button Stop button Reset button Trip indicator Setting locked by sealing the cover Class 10/Class 20 selector switch Selector for balanced load /unbalanced load Environment Conforming to standards Product certifications Degree of protection Protective treatment Ambient air temperature around the device (conforming to IEC 60255-8) Maximum operating altitude Operating positions without derating Shock resistance Vibration resistance Conforming to IEC 60529 and VDE 0106 Standard version Storage Normal operation Without derating In relation to normal vertical mounting plane Permissible acceleration conforming to IEC 60068-2-27 Permissible acceleration conforming to IEC 60068-2-6 Conforming to IEC 60255-5 Conforming to IEC 61000-4-5 Conforming to IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 60947-4-1.c. Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 7 of 16 . EN 50082-2 kV 2 Meet requirements Electrical characteristics of auxiliary contacts Conventional thermal current Maximum sealed current a. VDE 0660 and EN 60947-4-1 UL 508 .11 ms 2 gn .40…+ 85 .a. supply consumption of the operating coils of controlled contactors d.5 to 300 Hz kV kV kV V/m 6 6 8 10 °C °C m Dielectric strength at 50 Hz Surge withstand Resistance to electrostatic discharge Resistance to radio-frequency Conforming to IEC 61000-4-3 conducted disturbance and NF C 46-022 Resistance to fast transient currents Electromagnetic compatibility Conforming to IEC 61000-4-4 Draft EN 50081-1 and 2.s. b protection of unbalanced circuits. 255-8. 107 Ir(A) 127 90 150 6 LR9 D5367…D5569 7 8 2 Class Ir(A) 20 107 127 + 90 150 10 24 V . characteristics TeSys protection components 6 12493 6 3-pole electronic thermal overload relays.

model LR9 D 12493 6 Relay type LR9 D A V V kV Hz A mm N. LR9 D tripping curve Tripping time in seconds 1000 Average operating times related to multiples of the setting current.5 0. supply No-load A A .05 ± 0. please consult your Regional Sales Office.12 ± 0.c.m 10 or 20 1000 600 8 50…60.5…1.5 0. For other frequencies. please consult your Regional Sales Office (1) 60…150 20 M8 18 Electrical characteristics of power circuit Tripping class Conforming to UL 508. CSA Rated impulse withstand voltage (Uimp) Frequency limits Of the operating current Setting range Depending on model Power circuit connections Width of terminal lug Clamping screw Tightening torque Operating characteristics Temperature compensation Tripping thresholds °C Conforming to IEC 60947-4-1 Alarm Tripping Conforming to IEC 60947-4-1 d.12 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 x times the setting current (Ir) 1 Cold state curve 2 Hot state curve Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 8 of 16 .06 In 1.m (1) For applications involving the use of these overload relays with soft starters or variable speed drives. 100 10 1 2 1 0 1 1.20…+ 70 1.45 Sensitivity to phase failure Rated supply voltage Supply voltage limits Current consumption Switching capacity Protection Voltage drop Cabling Tightening torque Alarm circuit characteristics V V mA mA Short-circuit and overload Closed state V Flexible cable without cable end mm 2 N.06 In Tripping in 4 s ± 20 % in the event of phase failure 24 17…32 y5 0…150 Self protected y 2.Characteristics (continued) 6 TeSys protection components 3-pole electronic thermal overload relays. IEC 60947-4-1 Rated insulation voltage (Ui) Conforming to IEC 60947-4-1 Conforming to UL.

or d.5…8 7…10 9…13 12…18 16…24 Fuses to be used with selected relay aM (A) gG (A) BS88 (A) 0.124 0.c.25 0.510 0.25 0. see page 12 .10…0.6 1.124 0.900 0.25 0.124 0.124 0. as standard. the reference becomes LRD 33ppA66.124 0.5 1 1 2 2 4 6 8 12 12 16 20 25 2 2 2 2 4 4 6 10 16 20 20 25 35 50 63 80 50 63 100 100 100 125 125 160 200 200 250 160 200 250 2 2 2 2 4 4 6 10 16 20 20 25 35 50 – – – – – 6 10 16 16 20 20 25 32 50 63 80 50 63 80 100 100 125 125 160 160 200 200 160 200 200 – – – – – 6 10 16 16 20 20 25 32 50 For use with contactor LC1 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D12…D38 D18…D38 D25…D38 D25…D38 D32 and D38 D40…D95 D40…D95 D40…D95 D40…D95 D50…D95 D50…D95 D65…D95 D80 and D95 D115 and D150 D115 and D150 D150 (2) (2) (2) D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D09…D38 D12…D38 D18…D38 D25…D38 Reference Weight kg 0. (2) Independent mounting Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 9 of 16 .510 0.000 0. b with relay trip indicator. Example: LRD 12 becomes LRD 3312A66.124 0.5…8 7…10 9…13 12…18 16…24 23…32 30…38 17…25 23…32 30…40 37…50 48…65 55…70 63…80 80…104 80…104 95…120 110…140 80…104 95…120 110…140 0.124 0. Order an LA7 D3064 terminal block separately.140 0.25…0. Thermal overload relays for use on 1000 V supplies Class 10 A (1) with connection by screw clamp terminals For relays LRD 06 to LRD 35 only.124 0.140 0.510 0.000 1.140 0.124 0.140 0.References 6 TeSys protection components 3-pole thermal overload relays.16…0.5…4 4…6 5.40…0.900 1.63…1 1…1.5 1 1 2 2 4 6 8 12 12 16 20 25 40 40 25 40 40 63 63 80 80 100 125 125 160 100 125 160 0.140 0. Relay setting range (A) 0. for use with lug-clamps.140 0.140 0.510 0.140 0. b for a. The remaining references are suitable. Thermal overload relays for use with unbalanced loads Class 10 A (1) with connection by screw clamp terminals In the references selected above.124 0.63 0.40 0.c.000 1.510 0. and only for independent mounting.25 0.900 0.140 0. model d 12493 6 810464 Differential thermal overload relays for use with fuses b Compensated relays with manual or automatic reset.140 0.40…0.6…2.16…0.124 0.5…4 4…6 5.5 2. Example: LRD 01 becomes LR3 D01 .510 0.63…1 1…1. b A66 for relays LRD 3322 to LRD 3365.140 0.16 0.124 0.140 0.40 0.5 2.140 Class 10 A (1) with connection by screw clamp terminals or connectors LRD 08pp LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD LRD 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 10 12 14 16 21 22 32 35 3322 3353 3355 3357 3359 3361 3363 3365 4365 4367 4369 33656 33676 33696 013 023 033 043 053 063 073 083 103 123 143 163 213 223 810465 LRD 21pp 810466 LRD 33pp 533573 Class 10 A (1) with spring terminal connections (only for direct mounting on the contactor) LRD 083pp Class 10 A (1) with connection by lug-clamps Select overload relay with screw clamp terminals or connectors from the table above and add one of the following suffixes: b figure 6 for relays LRD 01 to LRD 35.6 1.63 0.25…0.510 0. (1) Standard IEC 60947-4-1 specifies a tripping time for 7.2 times the setting current I R : class 10 A: between 2 and 10 seconds.16 0.6…2. for an operating voltage of 1000 V.124 0.124 0. change LRD (except LRD 4ppp) to LR3 D.510 0.124 0.124 0.10…0.140 0.

885 0.535 810470 LR2 D35pp Electronic differential thermal overload relays for use with fuses b Compensated relays. model d 12493 6 810468 Differential thermal overload relays for use with fuses b Compensated relays with manual or automatic reset. to be ordered separately. b for a.535 0.5…4 4…6 5. Relay setting range (A) Fuses to be used with selected relay aM (A) gG (A) For direct mounting beneath contactor LC1 D115 and D150 D115 and D150 D115 and D150 D115 and D150 Reference Weight Class 10 or 10A (1) with connection using bars or connectors 60…100 90…150 60…100 90…150 100 160 125 200 160 250 160 250 LR9 D5367 LR9 D5369 LR9 D5567 LR9 D5569 0.c.190 0. with relay trip indicator. Please consult your Regional Sales Office.190 0.190 0.535 0.190 0. b for direct mounting on contactor or independent mounting (2).190 0.535 0.c.535 0. class 10 A: between 2 and 10 seconds.2 times the setting current IR : class 10: between 4 and 10 seconds. class 20: between 6 and 20 seconds. Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 10 of 16 .190 0. or d. Other versions Thermal overload relays for resistive circuits in category AC-1.190 0.885 0.190 0.900 (1) Standard IEC 60947-4-1 specifies a tripping time for 7.c.900 90…150 160 250 D115 and D150 LR9 D69 0.190 0. b with separate outputs for alarm and tripping. b for a. (2) Power terminals can be protected against direct finger contact by the addition of shrouds and/or insulated terminal blocks. Relay setting range (A) LRD 15pp 2. Relay setting range (A) Fuses to be used with selected relay aM (A) gG (A) For direct mounting beneath contactor LC1 Reference Weight Class 10 or 20 (1) selectable with connection using bars or connectors 60…100 100 160 D115 and D150 LR9 D67 0.885 0.References (continued) 6 TeSys protection components 3-pole thermal overload relays..535 0.885 Class 20 (3) with connection using bars or connectors Electronic thermal overload relays for use with balanced or unbalanced loads b Compensated relays. b with relay trip indicator.5…8 7…10 9…13 12…18 17…25 23…28 25…32 17…25 23…32 30…40 37…50 48…65 55…70 63…80 Fuses to be used with selected relay aM (A) gG (A) BS88 (A) 6 8 12 16 16 25 32 40 40 32 40 50 63 80 100 100 10 16 20 20 25 35 50 63 63 50 63 100 100 125 125 160 16 16 20 25 25 40 50 63 63 50 63 80 100 100 125 125 For use with contactor LC1 D09…D32 D09…D32 D09…D32 D09…D32 D12…D32 D18…D32 D25 and D32 D25 and D32 D25 and D32 D40…D95 D40…D95 D40…D95 D50…D95 D50…D95 D65…D95 D80 and D95 Reference Weight Class 20 (1) with connection by screw clamp terminals LRD 1508 LRD 1510 LRD 1512 LRD 1514 LRD 1516 LRD 1521 LRD 1522 LRD 1530 LRD 1532 LR2 D3522 LR2 D3553 LR2 D3555 LR2 D3557 LR2 D3559 LR2 D3561 LR2 D3563 0.535 0.

model d 12493 6 Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 11 of 16 .References 6 TeSys protection components 3-pole thermal overload relays.

7 x 16 mm) Stop button locking device LAD 7Cp Remote stop or electrical reset device (6) Remote tripping or electrical reset device (6) Block of insulated terminals 533575 Remote control “Reset” function Description By flexible cable (length = 0. Standard control circuit voltages (for other voltages.5 m) For use with LRD 01…35 and LR3 D01…D35 All relays except LRD 01…35 and LR3 D01…D35 Sold in lots of 1 1 Unit reference LAD 7305 (8) LA7 D305 Weight kg 0. LR3 D3ppp. inrush and sealed: < 100 W.100 0. LR2 D35pp All relays except LRD 01…35 and LR3 D01…D35 (5) – All relays except LRD 01…35.560 Marker holder snap-in Bag of 400 labels (blank. the reference becomes LA7 D30646. "ready-to-tighten" position. (6) The time for which the coil of remote tripping or electrical resetting device LA7 D03 or LAD 703 can remain energised depends on its rest time: 1 s pulse duration with 9 s rest time.027 (1) These pre-wiring kits cannot be used with reversing contactors. inrush and sealed: < 100 VA c J B E DD F M – – Consumption.090 0. maximum pulse duration 20 s with a rest time of 300 s. self-adhesive.002 0. LRD 35 pp Pre-wiring kit allowing direct connection of the N/C contact of relay LRD 01…35 or LR3 D01…D35 to the contactor Terminal block (2) for clip-on mounting on 35 mm rail (AM1 DP200) or screw fixing. LR3 D3ppp.003 0.065 0.005 0. (7) Reference to be completed by adding the code indicating control circuit voltage. (2) Terminal blocks are supplied with terminals protected against direct finger contact and screws in the open. please consult your Regional Sales Office): Volts 12 24 48 96 110 220/230 380/400 415/440 50/60 Hz – B E – F M Q N Consumption. (5) For LRD 01…35.References (continued) 6 TeSys protection components 3-pole thermal overload relays. LR3 D01…D35.027 0. LR2 D35pp LRD 3ppp. LR3 D01…D35 and LR9 D LRD 01…35 and LR3 D01…D35 All relays except LRD 01…35 and LR3 D01…D35 LR9 D 10 1 100 1 10 1 1 2 DX1 AP25 LA7 D902 LA7 D903 LA9 D91 LA7 D901 LAD 703p (7) (8) LA7 D03p (7) LA9 F103 0. (8) Not compatible with 3-pole relays fitted with spring terminals. model d Accessories 12493 6 Accessories (to be ordered separately) Description 533574 For use with LC1 D09…D18 LC1 D25…D38 LRD 01…35 and LR3 D01…D35 LRD 1508…32 LRD 3ppp.005 0.001 0. for fixing centres. LRD 1508…32 LRD 3ppp.130 0. 10 s pulse duration with 90 s rest time. see pages 6/20 to 6/22 Terminal block adapter for mounting a relay beneath an LC1 D115 or D150 contactor Mounting plates (4) for screw fixing on 110 mm centres Sold in lots of 10 10 1 1 1 1 Unit reference LAD 7C1 (1) LAD 7C2 (1) LAD 7B106 LAD 7B105 LA7 D3064 (3) LA7 D3058 (3) Weight kg 0. 5 s pulse duration with 30 s rest time.370 0.001 0. (3) To order a terminal block for connection by lugs.075 0.075 "Stop" and/or "Reset" functions LAD 7B106 The terminal protection shroud must be removed and the following 3 products Adapter All relays except LRD 01…35 and for door mounting LR3 D01…D35 Operating heads Stop All relays for spring return pushbutton Reset All relays must be ordered separately: 1 LA7 D1020 1 1 XB5 AL84101 XB5 AA86102 0.100 0. Minimum pulse time: 200 ms. (4) Do not forget to order the terminal block corresponding to the type of relay. Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 12 of 16 .080 LRD 01…35. LR3 D3ppp.090 0.

c. D95. LC1 D40. LP1 D40 LC1 D50 LC1 D65.4 76.5 115.5 13 – 13 22 – 13 – 13 22 111 111 111 115. model d 12493 6 LRD 01…35 Direct mounting beneath contactors with screw clamp connections LRD 1508…32 Direct mounting beneath contactors with screw clamp connections LRD 013…353 Direct mounting beneath contactors with spring terminal connections c c b e b 70 45 92 c 45 66 LC1 b c D09…D18 D25…D38 123 137 See pages 5/82 and 5/83 LC1 b c e a D09 18 90 97 53 a D25 38 97 96 60 c D09 18 90 107 53 c D25 38 97 106 60 LC1 b c D03 D383 168 See pages 5/82 and 5/83 b 45 LRD 3 ppp Direct mounting beneath contactors LC1 D40…D95 and LP1 D40…D80 AM1 d DL201 7 DL200 17 b Control circuit: a.5 120 DE200 and EDppp 10.4 72. LPA D80 c e g g (3-pole) (4-pole) 4.5 4.4 76.4 72.5 132 AM1 d d DL200 and DR200 2.5 4.9 76.5 9.4 72.5 4. LC1 D40 LC1 D50 LC1 D65 LC1 D80 LC1 D95 Control circuit: d.5 AM1 d DP200 and DR200 2.5 9.5 119 119 119 124 124 119 176 176 179.5 9.5 4.4 72.5 4.9 54 109 4 c d 70 b e 21 30 g LRD 4 ppp Direct mounting beneath contactors LC1 D115 and D150 LR9 D Direct mounting beneath contactors LC1 D115 and D150 267 255 150 132 174 189 136 d 120 DE200 and EDppp 10.Dimensions 6 TeSys protection components Thermal overload relays.9 72.4 72.c.5 111 111 111 115.5 Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 13 of 16 . LP1 D65 LC1 D80.

model d 12493 6 LRD 01…35 Independent mounting on 50 mm centres or on rail AM1 DP200 or DE200 LRD 01…35 Independent mounting on 110 mm centres 46 LAD 7B106 LAD 7B106 35 10 = = = 15 37.5 Remote tripping or electrical reset LAD 703 (1) 32 (1) Can only be mounted on RH side of relay LRD 01…35.5 17 8 96 34 AM1 d DP200 2 DE200 9. LRD 15pp Independent mounting on 50 mm centres or on rail AM1 DP200 or DE200 Remote tripping or electrical reset 45 LAD 7B105 = 35 = LA7 D03 (1) 41 82 50/65 4 100 d 2xØ4.5 90 DX1 AP25 2xØ6.Mounting 6 TeSys protection components Thermal overload relays.5 (1) Can be mounted on RH or LH side of relay LR2 D15. Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue = 80 2 45 6 5 50 125 110 85 Page 14 of 16 .

LRD 15 and LR9 D “Reset” by flexible cable LA7 D305 and LAD 7305 Mounting with cable straight Mounting with cable bent e c e M10x1 c : up to 550 mm e : up to 20 mm e : up to 20 mm Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue Page 15 of 16 .Mounting (continued) 6 TeSys protection components Thermal overload relays. model d 12493 6 LRD 3 ppp and LR2 D35pp Independent mounting on 50 mm centres or on rail AM1 DP200 or DE200 LRD 3ppp.5 (1) Can be mounted on RH or LH side of relay LRD 3ppp.5 32 23.5 100 121 d 2xØ4. LRD 15 and LRD 3 ppp Adapter for door mounted operator LA7 D1020 Stop Reset c 10 LA7 D1020 c : adjustable from 17 to 120 mm LRD. LR2 D35pp or LR9 D. LR2 D35 pp and LR9 D Remote tripping or electrical reset 75 LA7 D3064 = 50 = LA7 D03 (1) 2 75/87 51.5 119 21 d AM1 DP200 2 AM1 DE200 9.

Based on Schneider MKTED205103EN Catalogue A2 A1 Page 16 of 16 . (4) Specialised circuit. (2) Overload. (3) Setting current. 1 3 5 Test Stop 2 4 6 96 98 95 96 _ LRD LR9 D5ppp L1 L2 L3 1 3 5 _ KM1 2 4 6 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 (3) (4) (2) Test Stop Man.Schemes 6 TeSys protection components Thermal overload relays. (4) Specialised circuit. model d 12493 6 LRD. LAD 7C2 Reset Auto _ KM 95 97 Man. reset 104 + (3) (2) 95 97 96 _ 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 A _ KM A1 14 13 M 3 _M 98 _ KM N A2 (1) (1) Tripped. LR2 D and LR3 D Pre-wiring kit LAD 7C1. (3) Setting current. reset (3) 95 97 96 _A 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 M 3 _M A1 _ KM 14 13 98 _ KM N A2 (1) (1) Tripped. LR9 D67 and LR9 D69 L1 L2 L3 + 1 3 5 0V _ KM1 2 4 6 (5) 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 103 (3) (4) (5) Test Stop Man. (2) Overload. (5) Alarm.