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Loop detector LC10-1-D 115 VAC

LC10-1-D 115 VAC
  • Sensor system for vehicle detection
  • Complete control interface for inductive loops laid beneath the surface
  • Reliable detection with long service life
  • Various operating modes available
  • Boost function for increasing sensitivity
  • Test function
  • Version with 1 loop channel

Please note: All product-related documents, such as certificates, declarations of conformity, etc., which were issued prior to the conversion under the name Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH, also apply to Pepperl+Fuchs AG.

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Datasheet excerpt: Technical data of  LC10-1-D 115 VAC

Product Description
Universal sensor system for detecting vehicles
General specifications
MarkingCE
Operating modePulsed and continuous signal
Functional safety related parameters
MTTFd306 a
Mission Time (TM)20 a
Indicators/operating means
Control elementsDIP-switch
Switching stateLED
Electrical specifications
Operating voltage115 V AC ( galvanically isolated from loop )
Ripple-15 %/+10 %
Power consumption1.6 VA
Calibration time2 s
Loop inductivity100 ... 1000 µH
Loop frequency20 ... 120 kHz
Input
Number of channels1
Output
Output typerelay
Switching voltage250 V AC
Switching current6 A
Pulse lengthperiod or 800 ms Pulse
Response time100 ms
Ambient conditions
Ambient temperature-20 ... 70 °C (-4 ... 158 °F)
Storage temperature-40 ... 70 °C (-40 ... 158 °F)
Mechanical specifications
Degree of protectionIP30
ConnectionPlug socket ; 11-pin Terminal connection ≤ 1.5 mm2

Approvals+Certificates: LC10-1-D 115 VAC

Statements of complianceCertificate No.File TypeFile Size
EU-Declaration of Conformity / EU-KonformitätserklärungDOC-1828APDF266 KB

Function: LC10-1-D 115 VAC

Together with the inductive loops laid beneath the surface, the loop detectors form a universal sensor system for detecting vehicles. Vehicles that enter the inductive loop change the resonant frequency. The microprocessor in the loop detector measures and analyzes this frequency change. The analysis is automatically and periodically adjusted to the respective loop, ensuring that any changes in the loop inductance caused by temperature, humidity, or component age are automatically compensated for.