Main rangeTeSys product nameTeSys GC product or component typeModular contactor device short nameGC100 contactor applicationLightingHeatingMotor control Complementary utilisation categoryAC-7A poles description4P power pole contact composition4 NO [Ue] rated operational voltage<= 250 V AC [Ie] rated operational current100 A AC-7A operating position30°/vertical control circuit typeAC at 50 Hz [Uc] control circuit voltage220...240 V AC 50 Hz [Uimp] rated impulse withstand voltage4 kV [Ith] conventional free air thermal current100 A (at 50 °C) for power circuit [Icw] rated short-time withstand current800 A 40 °C - 10 s for power circuit250 A 40 °C - 30 s for power circuit associated fuse rating100 A gL at <= 440 V for power circuit average impedance1 mOhm - Ith 100 A 50 Hz for power circuit [Ui] rated insulation voltage500 V conforming to IEC 61095500 V conforming to VDE 0110 electrical durabilityAC-7A: 30000 cycles power dissipation per pole10 W control typeRemote control mounting modeClip-on mounting supportDIN rail standardsIEC 60947-5IEC 61095 connections - terminalsPower circuit: screw clamp terminals 1 cable(s) 35 mm²flexible without cable endPower circuit: screw clamp terminals 1 cable(s) 35 mm²flexible with cable endPower circuit: screw clamp terminals 1 cable(s) 35 mm²solid without cable endPower circuit: screw clamp terminals 2 cable(s) 10 mm²solid without cable endControl circuit: screw clamp terminals 1 cable(s) 2.5 mm²flexible without cable endControl circuit: screw clamp terminals 2 cable(s) 2.5 mm²flexible without cable endControl circuit: screw clamp terminals 1 cable(s) 2.5 mm²flexible with cable endControl circuit: screw clamp terminals 2 cable(s) 1.5 mm²flexible with cable endControl circuit: screw clamp terminals 1 cable(s) 1.5 mm²solid without cable endControl circuit: screw clamp terminals 2 cable(s) 1.5 mm²solid without cable end tightening torqueControl circuit: 0.8 N.m - on screw clamp terminalsPower circuit: 3.5 N.m - on screw clamp terminals operating time10...25 ms opening10...30 ms closing mechanical durability1000000 cycles maximum operating rate300 cyc/h 50 °C control circuit voltage limitsDrop-out: 0.2...0.75 Uc at 50 Hz (at <50 °C)Operational: 0.85...1.1 Uc at 50 Hz (at <50 °C) inrush power in VA106 VA 50 Hz (at 20 °C) hold-in power consumption in VA13 VA 50 Hz (at 20 °C) heat dissipation4.2 W at 50/60 Hz Environment IP degree of protectionIP40 conforming to VDE 0106 (in enclosure)IP20 conforming to VDE 0106 protective treatmentTC ambient air temperature for operation-5…50 °C ambient air temperature for storage-40…70 °C operating altitude<= 3000 m mechanical robustnessShocks contactor open: 10 Gn for 11 msShocks contactor closed: 15 Gn for 11 msVibrations contactor open: 2 Gn, 5...300 HzVibrations contactor closed: 3 Gn, 5...300 Hz total number of 18 mm modules6 height85 mm width108 mm depth62.5 mm net weight0.78 kg quantity per setSet of 2 colourWhite Offer Sustainability Sustainable offer statusGreen Premium product REACh Regulation EU RoHS DirectiveCompliant
EU RoHS Declaration
Toxic heavy metal freeYes Mercury freeYes RoHS exemption information China RoHS RegulationChina RoHS declaration
Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
Environmental Disclosure Circularity ProfileNo need of specific recycling operations WEEEThe product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins Contractual warranty Warranty18 months
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