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A Series Image
  • 24~600 VAC/VDC Coils
  • Up to 450 HP @ 240V
  • Up to 900 HP @ 480V
  • UL; CSA Approved
  • Up to 1650 Amps
A-Line contactors are mainly used for controlling 3-phase motors and for controlling power circuits corresponding to their operating characteristics up to 690 and even 1000 VAC and 440 VDC. A variety of accessories are available for top or side-mount versions.
  • 3 or 4 Poles
  • Touch Safe Design
  • Easy Maintenance of Contacts and Coil Inspection
XT Series Image
  • 12~600 VAC/VDC Coils
  • Up to 640 HP @ 230V
  • Up to 1200 HP @ 460V
  • UL; CSA Approved
  • Up to 2000 Amps
The compact, space saving, and easy to install XT line of contactors is the efficient and effective solution for customer applications from 7A to 2000A. Non-reversing contactors are most commonly used to switch motor loads in applications where running over current protection is either not required or is provided separately.
  • 3 or 4 Poles
  • IP20 Finger and Back-of-Hand Proof
  • Large Ambient Temperature Range
  • Plug-In Accessories for Reduced Installation Time
  • Panel or DIN Rail Mounting up to 65A
CWM Series Image
  • 24~600 VAC/VDC Coils
  • Up to 300 HP @ 240V
  • Up to 600 HP @ 460V
  • UL, IEC, CE Approved
  • Up to 800 Amps
The CWM series feature front and side mountable auxiliary contact blocks along with compact frame sizes for space savings. These devices are used in multiple applications including but not limited to pumps, blowers, cranes, material handling equipment, elevators and machining tools.
  • IP20 Finger Protection
  • CSA Certified
STAR Series Image
  • AF Contactors Can Manage Large Control Voltage Variations - One Coil Can Be Used for Different Control Voltages Used Worldwide without Any Coil Change
  • The Built-In N.C. Auxiliary Contact Is a Mirror Contact in Compliance with Annex F of IEC 60947-4-1
  • AF Contactors Have Built-In Surge Protection and Do Not Require Additional Surge Suppressors
  • Only Four Coils Cover Control Voltages between 24-500 V 50/60 Hz or 20-500 V DC
  • Electronic Coil Interface Accepts a Wide Control Voltage Range
AF09- AF30 contactors are used for controlling power circuits up to 600 V AC and 240 V DC. They are mainly used for controlling 3-phase motors, non-inductive or slightly inductive loads.
C-2000 Series Image
  • Better Performance in High Vibration Applications; Wind, Marine, Transportation
  • Increased Contact Pressure Reduces Resistance per Phase and Thermal Load
  • Noise Reduction Even in Hard Environments with Dust and Corrosion
  • No Dimensional Changes Facilitates the Exchange of Products
  • Wider Temperature Range for Operation: -40 to +70c
  • Use at Elevations Up to 3000m without Derating
  • Transient Voltage Suppressor Built-In
C-2000 Control components are loaded with features that make them easier to install, allow more flexible configurations, lower inventory requirements, and make better use of panel space.
DP Series Image
  • 24~575 VAC Coils
  • Up to 25 HP @ 240V
  • Up to 30 HP @ 480V
  • UL; CE; IEC Agency Approvals
  • Up to 75 Amps
Definite Purpose contactors provide high performance with flexibility and reliability designed to match numerous applications.
  • 1 to 4 Poles
  • Double E Magnet Assembly
  • Class B Coil
  • Dual and Quad Quick Connects
C25 Series Image
  • 24~480 VAC Coils
  • Up to 7-1/2 HP @ 230V
  • Up to 5.5 KW @ 230V
  • UL; CSA Certified; IEC
  • Up to 50 Amps
Definite Purpose Contactors are electrically operated switching devices specifically designed for the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) industry. Suitable for a wide range of other low-cycle duty applications requiring low cost switching of single and three-phase loads.
  • Quick Connect Terminals
  • Open Enclosure
  • Double Break Contacts
  • Class B Magnetic Coil
BF Series Image
  • Low Consumption Version for Control Relays
  • Highly Conductive Auxiliary Contacts
  • Types for Photovoltaic Applications
  • Distinct Contact Status Indication
  • AC or DC Auxiliary Supply
  • Mechanical Interlock
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