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  • AC Operated with Laminated Magnetic Circuit
  • 2 Versions: 4 Pole or 8 Pole. The width of the 8 Pole Devices is Identical to that of 4 Pole Devices; Only the Depth is Increased
  • Side by Side Mounting Possible
  • Self Cleaning Auxiliary Contacts
  • Alone or by Itself or with a 4 Pole CA5 Auxiliary Contact Block, these Devices Offer "Positive Safety" between their Auxiliary Contacts
There are many applications where safety is very critical and it is important to use electrical equipment which ensures that dangerous machine movement cannot occur when a fault is detected with the moving contacts during the cycle which the fault is indicated.
The ABB Type N & NL 4 and 8 pole relays are designed with "Positive Guided" contacts and fulfill the regulations or standards shown.
The relays can provide positive safety for the N.O. and N.C. contacts which assure that the N.O. contacts will not close before any N.C. contact opens. Therefore, if one of the contacts weld due to abnormal conditions in the control circuit, the other contacts will also remain in the same position as when the welding occurred. This means that the open contacts must maintain an air distance 0.5mm when the coil is energized at 110% Vc or when it is de-energized.
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  • For Use with Mini and Standard Frame Size Contactors and Starters
  • Control Relays - AC Control from 12V to 550V 50Hz, 600V 60HZ; DC Control from 12V to 220V
  • Available with Screw or Spring Cage Terminals
  • Four-pole Configurations
  • IP20 Finger and Back-of-Hand Proof
Eaton's new line of XT relays and timers includes mini and standard frame control relays and auxiliary contacts, mini electronic on-delay and multi-function timers and an electronic star-delta (wye-delta) timer for use in star-delta (wye-delta) combinations. Because XT meets UL®, CSA® and CE standards, it is the perfect product solution for IEC applications all over the world. The compact, space saving and easy to install XT line of IEC contactors and starters is the efficient and effective solution for customer applications.
  • Large Ambient Temperature Range: -25° to 50°C [-13° to 122°F]
  • The XTRE Control Relays have Positively Driven Contacts between the Relay and the Auxiliary Contact Modules as well as within the Auxiliary Contact Modules
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  • Magnetic Circuit Variants: NL Types: D.C. Operated with Solid Magnetic Circuits
  • 2 Versions: 4 Pole or 8 Pole
  • Bifurcated Auxiliary Contacts
  • Alone or Mounted with a 4 Pole CA5 Auxiliary Contact Block, these Devices Offer "Positive Safety" between their Auxiliary Contacts
There are many applications where safety is very critical and it is important to use electrical equipment which ensures that dangerous machine movement cannot occur when a fault is detected with the moving contacts during the cycle which the fault is indicated.
The ABB Type N & NL 4 and 8 pole relays are designed with "Positive Guided" contacts and fulfill the regulations or standards shown.
The relays can provide positive safety for the N.O. and N.C. contacts which assure that the N.O. contacts will not close before any N.C. contact opens. Therefore, if one of the contacts weld due to abnormal conditions in the control circuit, the other contacts will also remain in the same position as when the welding occurred. This means that the open contacts must maintain an air distance 0.5mm when the coil is energized at 110% Vc or when it is de-energized.
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  • Alternating current up to 690V
  • Direct current up to 440V
  • Screw Terminals
  • Standard 35mm DIN-rail mounting
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  • AC/DC Operated
  • 4 Poles
  • Screw Terminals
  • DIN Rail or Panel Mount
  • Compact Space Saving Design
WEG Type CWC Miniature Control Relays are used for switching auxiliary circuits and control circuits. AC and DC relays have the same frame size making planning, engineering and fitting easier.
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  • NF contactor relays are used for switching auxiliary and control circuits.
  • NF contactor relays include an electronic coil interface accepting a wide control voltage Uc min. ... Uc max.
  • Only four coils cover control voltages between 24...500 V 50/60 Hz or 20...500 V DC.
  • NF contactor relays can manage large control voltage variations.
  • One coil can be used for different control voltages used worldwide without any coil change.
  • NF contactor relays have built-in surge protection and do not require additional surge suppressors.
  • Control Circuit: AC or DC operated
  • Accessories: a wide range of Accessories is available.
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  • Low-coil wattage requirement
  • Screw and quick-connect terminals
  • May be DIN Rail mounted or panel-mounted
  • All terminals are marked in accordance to EN50011
  • Terminals are protected against accidental contact
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  • NFZ contactor relays are used for switching auxiliary and control circuits.
  • NFZ contactor relays include an electronic coil interface accepting a wide control voltage Uc min. ... Uc max.
  • Only four coils cover control voltages between 24...250 V 50/60 Hz or 12...250 V DC. NF contactor relays can manage large control voltage variations.
  • One coil can be used for different control voltages used worldwide without any coil change.
  • NFZ contactor relays allow direct control by PLC-output = 24 V DC 500 mA and obtain a reduced holding coil consumption.
  • NFZ contactor relays withstand short voltage dips and voltage sags (SEMI F47-0706 compliance) between 24...250 V 50/60 Hz NFZ contactor relays have built-in surge protection and do not require additional surge suppressors
  • Control Circuit: AC or DC operated
.Accessories: a wide range of Accessories is available.
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  • AC and DC versions of the same Size
  • Distinct Contact Status Indication
  • Low Consumption DC version
  • AC or DC Auxiliary Supply
  • Mechanical Interlock
  • Quick Connect
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