Range = TeSys D Series = LC1D Number of poles = 4 Coil voltage = 230 V ac Nominal contact current = 40 A Nominal contact voltage = 690 V ac Contact configuration = 2 NO/2 NC contacts Number of auxiliary... Show more Range = TeSys D Series = LC1D Number of poles = 4 Coil voltage = 230 V ac Nominal contact current = 40 A Nominal contact voltage = 690 V ac Contact configuration = 2 NO/2 NC contacts Number of auxiliary contacts = 2 Connection type = screw mounting width = 45mm Operating temperature max = +60°C LC1D TeSys D contactors from Schneider Electric. TeSys D contactors from Schneider Electric combine long mechanical and electrical life into a highly reliable contactor. The series is designed for integration into control systems and can be used to create motor starters for any type of application. TeSys D contactors offer quick and easy commissioning while complying with international standards. Features and benefits. Integrated auxiliary contacts for additional switching capabilities Screw terminals: IP20 finger-safe terminals with North American and international terminal markings Panel mounting with screws or DIN rail mounting available Bidirectional peak limiting diode suppressor for coil protection Easy-to-mount accessories Flexible control circuit for a wide range of applications. What do the utilization categories AC1 and AC3 mean for TeSys contactors? The contactor utilization categories define the switch-on and switch-off values depending on the type of load to be controlled and the operating cycle conditions.AC-1: This applies to all AC devices with a power factor of at least 0.95. Application example: resistive load, heating, distribution.AC-3: This applies to squirrel-cage motors that switch during operation. Application example: all squirrel cage motors, elevators, escalators, conveyors, bucket elevators, compressors, pumps, mixers, air conditioners. What accessories are available?. Auxiliary contact blocks with toothed wiper action Front mounted dustproof auxiliary contact blocks Pneumatic time delay blocks Transient surge arrestors Interface modules and electronic timers Mechanical latching blocks. Is the TeSys D Series a double-break pole contactor? Yes, the Tesys D Series uses a linear translational motion that allows double-break poles.