2 SNAPAK is a snap-acting magnetic circuit protector that combines power switching and accurate, reliable circuit protection in one aesthetically pleasing package. SNAPAK Magnetic Circuit Protectors 39 combines the functions of three separate components: power switch, Actuators and Double-Pole Circuit Protectors 40 fuse and fuse holder. To the OEM, Configurations 44 this means that only one item has to be mounted instead of three. Less Operating Characteristics 46 assembly is required, inventory is cut by Delay Curves 47 two-thirds and greater panel density is obtainable with less clutter. In addition, the Specifications 48 SNAPAK can be operated at either DC or Hardware 49 50/60Hz, eliminating the need to specify, order and stock separate units. 400Hz units Decision Tables 50 are also available. To enhance front-panel aesthetics, SNAPAK is offered with paddle and rocker handles in six attractive colors and push-pull and push-to-reset actuators. Also offered is a variety of optional mounting hardware. The push-pull version is supplied with a black button with a white indicating band. Orientation of the button when marked with an amperage notation must be specified when using the fourth decision table (page 51). Push-to-reset is supplied with a contrasting color indicating shaft. In addition, SNA- PAK is offered in SPST and DPST configurations. The single pole satisfies most applications. The two-pole version is often used for extra safety in products that utilize high voltage or where current sensing and breaking of both sides of the line is required. Since the SNAPAK is snap-acting, it assures immediate opening and closing of the contacts. Its design also prevents operator teasing of the contacts and minimizes arcing. SNAPAK circuit protectors are UL Recognized and CSA Certified, as Supplementary Protectors per UL 1077 and CSA. No. 35 respectively. They are also VDE Approved, CCC Approved and CE Compliant. In addition, most versions meet spacing requirements of IEC 950 for basic and functional insulation for front panel mounting. Consult factory for details and exceptions. Typical applications include office appliances, electronic data processing, medical equipment, business machines, vending and amusement machines. Push-pull versions are particularly well suited for medical instrumentation, automotive production transfer lines and other applications where accidental turn off is unacceptable.
3 TOGGLE ACTUATION MAGNETIC CIRCUIT PROTECTORS Single Pole, Toggle Two Pole, Toggle FLAT THD. Paddle Handle 15º ON 15º FLAT THD. Paddle Handle 15º 15º ON POLE 1 POLE [.79] [.79] [6.35].50 [6.35] Mounting Details with Locking Ring.355 [9.0] without Locking Ring ± ± SNAPAK is available with paddle handles in six attractive colors. Engineered for safe, sure operation, the paddle handles may be specified in blue, white, red, green, yellow or black. [3.18] PANEL CUTOUT SHOWN ABOVE MAY BE MADE WITH GREENLEE RADIO CHASSIS PUNCH #733X 1/" DIA. (see notes 1 &, page 49) Note: Tolerance ±.005 [.13] unless noted angles: ±5. Dimensions in Brackets [ ] are millimeters. Toggle Actuation 39
4 PUSH-PULL/PUSH-TO-RESET ACTUATION Push-Pull, Push-to-Reset Actuators SNAPAK may also be ordered with Push-Pull, or Push-to-Reset actuator buttons. As an option, the button can be embossed with the current rating (Push-Pull option only). Push-Pull, Single Pole FLAT Push-Pull Actuation THD. 8 WHITE BAND VISIBLE IN POSITION ONLY (SHOWN) ON [6.35] [.79] Mounting Detail (Single Pole and Two Pole) ± ± Push-Pull/Push-to-Reset Actuation Note: Tolerance ±.005 [.13] unless noted angles: ±5. Dimensions in Brackets [ ] are millimeters.
5 Push-Pull, Two Pole FLAT Push-Pull Actuation THD. 8 WHITE BAND VISIBLE IN POSITION ONLY (SHOWN) ON POLE.50 [6.35] POLE [.79] Push-to-Reset Actuation (Single and Two Pole) FLUSH  ON Push-Pull/Push-to-Reset Actuation 41
6 ROCKER HANDLES Rocker Handles with Illumination Options Mounting Detail SNAPAKs are offered in single and two pole rocker styles in a choice of black, white or gray body colors. Handle color in non-illuminated types may be black, red, white or orange. Neon or light emitting diode (LED) illumination may be specified with a variety of options (see Decision Tables, page 50). SNAPAK circuit protectors with a second pole are available in paddle handle, push-pull, push-to-reset and rocker handle versions. Rocker, Single Pole DIM. A (SEE TABLE) [.79] ON [6.35] Handle Guards The SNAPAK circuit protector is available with an optional handle guard as an integrated part of the snap-in mounting design. Available for rocker actuators, the guard helps in providing protection from accidental turn-off. Please refer to the SNAPAK Part Number Decision Tables; fourth decision. Handle Guards, Single Pole.305 ±.010 [ 7.75 ±.5 ] ±.010 [ 6.60 ± 0.5 ] Handle Guards, Two Pole.305 ±.010 [ 7.75 ±.5 ] ±.010 [ 6.60 ± 0.5 ] 4 Rocker Handles
7 Front Snap-in Mount (STD) Mounting Detail Panel Thickness Dimension "A" Note: Tolerance for Mtg. ±.005 (.13) Rocker, Two Pole 3.18 (3.18) (37.08).093 (.36) 1.40 (36.07) (1.57) (35.18) POLE 1 POLE DIM. A (SEE TABLE) [.79] ON [6.35] Illuminated Handle Single Pole Two Pole 4 ± ± RED (+), BLACK ( ) LEADS 1 3 ± ± LEADS RED (+) BLACK ( ) Note: Tolerance ±.005 [.13] unless noted angles: ±5. Dimensions in Brackets [ ] are millimeters. Rocker Handles 43
8 CONFIGURATIONS Series Trip The most popular configuration for magnetic protectors is the series trip where the sensing coil and the contacts are in series with the load being protected. In addition to providing conventional overcurrent protection, it is simultaneously used as an on-off switch. Series Trip Single Pole 1 Two Pole Shunt Trip The shunt trip is designed for controlling two separate loads with one assembly. The control is established by providing overload protection for the critical load. When the current through this load becomes excessive and reaches the trip point, the protector will open and remove power from both loads simultaneously. The current rating of both loads must not exceed the maximum contact rating. Shunt Trip Single Pole 1 SHUNT Two Pole ( 1 pole shunt) SHUNT ± WHITE LEAD ± ± WHITE LEAD ± Relay Trip This permits the overload sensing coil to be placed in a circuit which is electrically isolated from the contacts. The coil may be actuated by sensors monitoring pressure, flow, temperature, speed, etc. Other typical applications include crowbar, interlock and emergency/rapid shutdown circuitry. Trip may be accomplished by voltage or current, which must be removed after trip. Relay Trip (Note A) Single Pole COIL COIL Two Pole (1 pole relay) 4 COIL COIL ± WHITE LEADS ± ± WHITE LEADS ± Note A: Coil Ratings to 5 amperes maximum. Contact ratings are 7.5 amperes at 50 Vdc and 50 Vac; 15 amperes at 10 Vac; 3 Vdc. Note: Tolerance ±.005 [.13] unless noted. Dimensions in Brackets [ ] are millimeters. 44 Configurations
9 Auxiliary Switch This is furnished as an integral part of a series pole in single or, multi-pole assemblies. Isolated electrically from the protectors circuit, the switch works in unison with the power contacts and provides indication at a remote location of the protector s on-off status. Auxiliary Switch (Note B) Single Pole C N C N O [.36] C NC NO BREAKER SHOWN IN POSITION.560 ± [1.0] DIA. HOLE (FOR SOLDER ATTACHMENT) Auxiliary Switch (Note B) Two Pole C N C N O C NC NO.093 [.36] [1.0] DIA. HOLE (FOR SOLDER ATTACHMENT) BREAKER SHOWN IN POSITION Voltage Trip Sometimes called dump circuits or panic trip circuits, these units make it possible to open main power contacts with lower power inputs from one or more sources. This configuration is becoming increasingly more important for sensitive circuitry and denser packaging in automation systems. Available in series, shunt or relay configurations. Note B: Switch is located in the left hand pole (viewed from terminal end). Power Switch In the event that over-current protection is not desired, the coil mechanism can be deleted, providing an excellent low cost single or double-pole power switch. Maximum current rating is 15 amperes. Configurations 45
10 OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS Maximum DCR and Impedance Inrush Pulse Tolerance Current Ratings in Amperes DC Resistance /60 Hz Impedance Many circuit breaker applications involve a transformer turn-on, an incandescent lamp load, or a capacitor charge from a DC source. Each of these applications has one common factor: a steep transient of very high current amplitude and short duration. This takes the form of a spike or a single pulse and is the cause of most nuisance tripping associated with magnetic circuit breakers. SNAPAK will withstand, without tripping, a single pulse of 8 milli-seconds duration (half sine wave configuration) and peak amplitude of 9 times its rating without the inertia wheel and 13 times its rating with an inertia wheel. (Not applicable to instant trip delays) Delay Pulse Tolerance DCR and Impedance is measured after 1 hour at 100% rated current using the Voltmeter-Ammeter Method. 1,, 61, 6 *9 Times Rated Current 3, 4, 61F, 6F *13 Times Rated Current * Units above 15 amps are derated to 8 and 1 times rated current respectively. Percentage of Rated Current vs Trip Time in Seconds at +5 C (Vertical Mount) Delay 100% 135% 150% * 00% 400% 600% 800% Instant No Trip - 1 Hour May Trip.100 Max..100 Max Max..100 Max..100 Max. Fast No Trip - 1 Hour Slow No Trip - 1 Hour * Minimum trip for all instantaneous and 400 Hz units. 46 Operating Characteristics
11 DELAY CURVES & SPECIFICATIONS INSTANT 100 TIME IN SECONDS MAY TRIP PERCENT OF RATED CURRENT 400 Hz, DC, 50/60Hz Delay Curves (typ) A choice of delays is offered for DC, 50/60Hz and 400Hz applications. Delays 0, 49, 59 and 69 provide fast-acting, instantaneous trip and are often used to protect sensitive electronic equipment (not recommended where known inrush exists). Delays 1, 41, 51 and 61 have a short delay for general purpose applications. Delays, 4, 5 and 6 are long enough to start certain types of motors and most transformer and capacitor loads. Trip Free Will trip open on overload, even when forcibly held on. This prevents operator from damaging the circuit by holding handle in the ON position Trip Indication The operating handle moves forcibly and positively to the position on overload FAST Ambient Operation Operates normally in temperatures between -40 C and +85 C. TIME IN SECONDS MAY TRIP Insulation Resistance Not less than 100 megohms at 500Vdc. Dielectric Strength Withstands 1500 volts, 60Hz for 60 seconds or 1800Vac for one second between all electrically isolated terminals PERCENT OF RATED CURRENT SLOW 100 TIME IN SECONDS MAY TRIP Endurance Mechanical life in excess of 50,000 operations. In many applications, however, contact wear due to the electrical load determines unit life. At maximum electrical ratings, the SNAPAK can perform 10,000 operations at rated current and voltage. Under UL 1077, the SNAPAK can perform 50 operations at 150% of maximum rated current followed by 6,000 operations at maximum rated current. Under VDE 064 (EN60934) the SNA- PAK can perform 6,000 electrical operations. After any endurance cycle, the protector will calibrate and have working dielectric strength PERCENT OF RATED CURRENT Delay Curves & Specifications 47
12 SPECIFICATIONS Current Voltage Ratings UL/CSA DC, 50 / 60Hz Current Max. Voltage.100 amperes to 7.5 amperes 50 Vdc & 50 Vac 7.6 amperes to 0 amperes 3 Vdc 7.6 amperes to 0 amperes 15Vac 7.6 amperes to 15 amperes 15 / 50Vac (two-pole only) 3 / 65Vdc 15.1 amperes to 0 amperes 15Vac & 3 Vdc 0.1 amperes to 5 amperes* 10 / 40Vac 0.1 amperes to 30 amperes* 10 Vac (one-pole only) 3 Vdc 400Hz.100 amperes to 7.5 amperes 50Vac Max. Voltage 7.6 amperes to 0 amperes 15Vac Note: Relay coil current ratings 5 amperes maximum. *Note: Contact factory for specific part number. Auxiliary Switch Rating Silver Vac 1.5 3Vdc Gold.100 3Vac 3Vdc Short Circuit Interrupting Capacity 1000 amperes maximum for UL and CSA, 500 amperes maximum for VDE. Consult factory for details. Handle and Body Material The handle and upper body material is polycarbonate and the lower body is PET. Chemical Resistance Handle and case may be cleaned with detergents or alcohols and should be restricted to outside surfaces only. Organic solvents are not recommended. Special attention should be given when solvents are used to remove excess flux from terminals. No oils or lubricants should be introduced into handle openings or onto bushing threads. IEC, UL, CSA, SEV, VDE, CCC, CE Recognized by UL to STD-1077 and UL certified to spacing requirements of IEC 950 for basic and functional insulation for front panel mounting. Certified by CSA, file number LR69 as Supplementary Protectors, SEV approved, CCC approved and VDE approved to VDE 064. VDE approval of unmarked rocker handle option for appliance disconnect requires status of protectors to be indicated on the panel. Only VDE approved part numbers will be marked CE compliant. See shaded areas of part number decision tables for approved configurations and/or consult factory for exceptions and limitations. Shock Withstands 75G without tripping while carrying full rated current per MIL-STD-0, Method 13, Test Condition I. Instant trip protectors are tested at 80% of rated current. Vibration Time delayed units withstand 10G without tripping while carrying full rated current per MIL-STD-0, Method 04, Test Condition A. Instant trip protectors are tested at 80% of rated current. Approximate Weight Per Pole Ounces Grams Rocker Configuration Toggle, PP & PR Specifications
13 HARDWARE Toggle Hardware Indicator Plates ON 1 O FF O N SNAPAK toggle handle circuit protectors may be specified with indicator plates for either vertical or horizontal mounting. The ON-/O-I plate is standard..680 [17.7] A B Vertical Mount [3.18] Horizontal Mount.680 [17.7].180 [4.57] Note 1: To allow for installation clearances, the minimum recommended distances between centers of panel openings should be: T (19.05) T (34.93) PP11 & PR (19.05) 10 & 11 Knurled Nut 0 & 1 Panel Dress Nut PP1 & PR (34.93) R (0.45) R (36.30).65 [15.88] [3.18].680 [17.7].031 [.79] Hex Nut.534 [13.56] [1.98] 3/8-3 Panel Nut.156 [3.96].500 [1.7] L Locking Ring (Toggle) Push-Pull & Push-to-Reset Hardware Optional Hardware 3/8-3 Hex Nut.098 [.49] Note : Torque on mounting hardware is not to exceed 5 inch-pounds for 1 1/ inch bushings or 15 inch-pounds for 3/8 inch bushings. Mounting Nuts (Toggle) A choice of knurled, dress and hex nuts are available. All three are available in bright nickel. The knurled and dress nuts are also available in a matte black finish. Every SNAPAK comes with a hex nut, but you may order the front panel nuts which will best enhance your design. Miscellaneous Hardware SNAPAK circuit protectors with 1/-3 thread may also be equipped with optional locking rings to prevent rotation of the unit after it is installed. Screw terminal adapters are also available on all SNAPAKs. 3/8-3 Hex Nut and Panel Nuts The hardware will be supplied with each Push-Pull (PP) and Push-to-Reset (PR)..790 [0.07] 6 3 THD. X.50 LONG [6.35] 3/8-3 Panel Nut This nut when reversed will provide alignment in.437 (11.1) and.468 (11.88) diameter round panel holes. S Screw Terminal Adapter (All Versions) Note: Tolerance ±.010 [.5] unless noted. Dimensions in brackets [ ] are millimeters. Hardware 49
14 DECISION TABLES How to Order The ordering code for the SNAPAK circuit protectors may be determined by following the steps in the decision tables shown here. The coding given permits a self-assigning part number, with certain limitations (due to the adaptability of magnetic protectors to complex circuits), requires a factory-assigned part number. The example shown is the code for a paddle handle, single pole (UL construction), series circuit protector designed for operation of a 50/60Hz/DC circuit. A slow time delay and rating of 5 amperes has been indicated. Handle color is black, and a bright nickel knurled nut, vertical mount (ON-) indicator plate and locking ring are to be supplied. To determine the ordering code for your particular SNAPAK unit, simply follow the steps shown, then fill in the letters and/or numbers in the boxes. Space is available on the circuit protector label for your part number (up to 1 digits). You may then use your own part number to place an order or as a reference for further questions you may have. This option does require a factory assigned part number for traceability to your drawing or internal part number. 1 1 First Decision Handle Poles Configurations* T Paddle Handle 1 Single Pole 0 Switch Only (Note E) PP Push-Pull 4 Single Pole 1 Series PR Push-To-Reset Two Pole 3 Shunt R Rocker 5 Two Pole 4 Relay Second Decision Frequency & Delay -0 Instant DC-50/60 Hz -1 Fast DC-50/60 Hz - Slow DC-50/60 Hz -3 Fast w/ Inertia Wheel DC-50/60 Hz -4 Slow w/ Inertia Wheel DC-50/60 Hz -41 Fast 400 Hz* -4 Slow 400 Hz* -49 Instant 400 Hz -51 Fast DC* -5 Slow DC* -59 Instant DC* -61 Fast 50/60 Hz* -6 Slow 50/60 Hz* -69 Instant 50/60 Hz -S Switch Pole or Special Delay *For addition of Inertia Delay an "F" may be added to delay numbers 41, 4, 51, 5, 61 and 6 only. 5 Series w/ Silver Aux. Switch 6 Series w/ Gold Aux. Switch 9 Mixed Construction (Two Pole Only) UL & CSA Construction Non UL & CSA Construction Auxilary Switch is located in the left hand pole (viewed from terminal end) Does not meet spacings for many IEC / VDE equipment specs. Consult factory for additional information. * Multi-pole units with mixed construction, poles numbered left to right when viewed from terminal end. Shunt or relay construction available in pole only, other pole must be a series or switch only construction. Example: T A AL- V Third Decision Rated Current Construction Use three numbers to print required current value between.100 amps minimum and 30 amps maximum. Switch Only Construction -SW Maintained SPST & DPST 50 Notes: A A neon bulb is provided when specified for 10Vac and 50Vac operation. For operation at 10Vac a 33,000 ohm, 1/ watt external resistor is required. At 50Vac a 100,000 ohm, 1 watt external resistor is required. B An LED with 750 ft. 0mA is provided in the center of the handle. Maximum power 5 C is 135mW. Continuous forward current is 40mA. Forward voltage, typical, is 1.6v at 0mA. Reverse current, typical, is 3.0 volts. An external resistor may be required to limit current to these values. Decision Tables C When ordering Paddle Handles, you may choose one item from each hardware group to add to 5th decision if such items are desired. For example, -11ALS would indicate a bright nickel knurled nut, plus a vertical mount indicator, plus a locking ring, plus #6-3 screw terminal adapters. For Push-Pull, Rocker and Push-to-Reset versions, you may add only the #6-3 screw terminal adapters (-S). D All units except Rocker units will have (1) hex nut installed as standard hardware for the back of a panel. The choices in the fifth decision table are intended for the front or visible side of the panel and are offered for Paddle Handle configuration only. Push-Pull and Push-to-Reset configurations include one (1) panel nut and one (1) hex nut as standard hardware. E Switch only no current overload protection provided.
15 4 Fourth Decision Rocker Step 1: Choose Letter For Body Color Step 3: Choose Handle Markings Marked For Vertical Mount-After choice of 3 digit number in step above. B Black R Black w/ Handle guard G Gray S Gray w/ Handle guard W White T White w/ Handle guard Example: W For White Rocker Body (Rocker Style) Step: : Choose Handle Combinations Without Illumination Basic Handle Color (w/o Markings) 01 Black 0 Red Example: "-W06" 06 White 07 Orange ON I O Add CV for Combined markings. ON I Add CH for Combined markings. ON Add EV for English markings. Example: "-W14EV" I O Add IV for Int l. markings. Marked For Horizontal Mount-After choice of 3 digit number in step above. O ON Add EH for English markings. Example -W06EH O Add IH for International markings. If you have chosen a handle from this table, your 4th Decison and your catalog part number are now complete (except if you require -S screw terminal option from the 5th Decision Table.) I With Illumination Basic Handle Color & Light Choice (w/o Markings) 101 Clear w/neon (Note A) 10 Clear w/green Glow Neon (Note A) 103 Clear w/red LED (Note B) 104 Clear w/4-8 Vdc Red LED 105 Clear w/8-16 Vdc Red LED 107 Clear w/green LED (Note B) 108 Clear w/4-8 Vdc Green LED 109 Clear w/8-16 Vdc Green LED 11 Transparent Red w/neon (Note A) 13 Transparent Red w/red LED (Note B) 14 Transparent Red w/red LED 4-8 Vdc 15 Transparent Red w/red LED 8-16 Vdc 161 Translucent White w/neon (Note A) 16 Translucent White w/ Green Glow Neon (Note A) 171 Transparent Amber w/neon (Note A) 181 Transparent Smoke Gray w/neon (Note A) 18 Transparent Smoke Gray w/green Glow Neon (Note A) 183 Transparent Smoke Gray w/red LED (Note B) 184 Transparent Smoke Gray w/4-8 Vdc Red LED 185 Transparent Smoke Gray w/8-16 Vdc Red LED 187 Transparent Smoke Gray w/green LED (Note B) 188 Transparent Smoke Gray w/4-8 Vdc Green LED 189 Transparent Smoke Gray w/8-16 Vdc Green LED Example: -W14 If you prefer NO markings, then your handle decision is now complete. Paddle (T) Handle Color -01 Black -0 Red -03 Yellow -04 Green -05 Blue -06 White If you have chosen a handle from this table, your 4th Decison is now complete except for hardware options in 5th Decision Table. -XX -OA -OB -OC -XX Push-Pull (PP) No Button Markings desired Marked Buttons Available For These Amperages If you have chosen a handle from this table, your 4th Decison and your catalog part number are now complete (except if you require -S screw terminal option from the 5th Decision Table.) Push-to-Reset (PR) No Button Markings Only If you have chosen a handle from this table, your 4th Decison and your catalog part number are now complete (except if you require "-S" screw terminal option from the 5th Decision Table.) 5 Fifth Decision Hardware & Accessories (Notes C and D) Group I -00 No Outer Hardware Desired -10 Black Knurled Nut -11 Bright Nickel Knurled Nut -0 Black Panel Dress Nut -1 Bright Nickel Panel Dress Nut -31 Bright Nickel Hex Nut Group III -L Locking Ring Group II (Indicator Plate) -A Vertical Mount (Off/On & O/I)* -B Horizontal Mount (Off/On & O/I)* *Selection of A or B Indicator Plate required for VDE. Group IV -S 6-3 Screw Terminal Adapters [Limited to 14A Max for VDE (-V)] V = VDE and CCC Approved C = CCC Approved The shaded areas denote VDE approval, CCC approval (if applicable) and CE compliant options. This approval requires the addition of a V at the end of the part number. The V will be added to any part number formed entirely from shaded decisions. If non-shaded areas are selected, the unit will not be VDE approved, nor CE compliant, but other approvals still apply. This approval requires the addition of a C at the end of the part number. The unit will not be VDE approved. Decision Tables 51
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Surfacemounting Relay Ultracompact and Slim DPDT Relay Suitable for highdensity mounting.(.7 mm (W). mm (L) 9 mm (H)). Dielectric strength of, VAC and an impulse withstand voltage of 2, V for 2 μs (conforms
GJL 100 A Molded Case Circuit Breaker GJL 75 A Motor Circuit Protector Class 525/580 CONTENTS Description Page General characteristics............................................... 1 Circuit breaker......................................................
POWER TOOL SWITCHES VARIETY. QUALITY. INNOVATION POWER TOOL SWITCHES BY MARQUARDT THE PROGRAM This catalog covers our wide range of power tool switches. The standard versions are listed with their part
SUBJECT: How to wire a motor starter Number: AN-MC-004 Date Issued: 2/08/2005 Revision: Original A motor starter is a combination of devices to allow an induction motor to start, run and stop according
General-purpose Relay G2RS Slim and Space-saving Power Plug-in Relay Lockable test button models now available. Built-in mechanical operation indicator. Provided with nameplate. AC type is equipped with
Product Facts Pins and sockets can be intermixed in the same housing Positive polarization Rear cavity identification completely enclosed in housings Positive locking housings Insulation capability to.00
General-purpose Relay G2RS Slim and Space-saving Power Plug-in Relay Lockable test button models now available. Built-in mechanical operation indicator. Provided with nameplate. AC type is equipped with
P Series Features/Benefits IP67 sealed 1,000,000 life cycle Illumination / non-illumination Multiple colored caps Threaded or snap-in mounting Caps available separately RoHS compliant Typical pplications
Type: DILM115(RAC240) Article No.: 239548 Sales text Contactor,55kW/400V,AC operated Ordering information Connection technique Description Description Rated operational current Screw terminals 3 pole AC
Sonic Equipment Company (800) 365-5701 SLS500 SHADOWGRAPH LIGHTING SYSTEM MANUAL R-2120-3 POWER SUPPLY: The power supply consists of a main transformer, two chokes, one 15,000 MFD, 100 Volt electrolytic
The GE push button offering includes a complete line of control units and stations in both full size (30 mm) push buttons and in smaller size (22 mm) devices which are designed to be used in numerous types
SKR - industry relay the universal relay SKR the time module STM the socket The strengths of the SKR industry relay lie in the mature and thoughtout construction. Over-average contact safety and life time,
41-759.3C the magnetic core upon energizing of the switch. When the switch closes, the moving contacts bridge two stationary contacts, completing the trip circuit. Also during this operation two fingers
Characteristics three-phase network control relay RM4-T - range 300..430 V Complementary [Us] rated supply voltage Control threshold undervoltage Control threshold overvoltage Output contacts Main Range
SPECIFICATION FSP250-60ATV(PF) (AC:115/230V) TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE 1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 2 2. INPUT REQUIREMENTS 2 3. OUTPUT REQUIREMENTS 2 3.1 OUTPUT VOLTAGE AND CURRENT 2 3.2 REMOTE ON/OFF CONTROL
RFV Key features: Compact and EN compliant RFV force guided relays Force guided contact mechanism (EN00 Type A TÜV approved) Contact configuration -pole (NO-NC, 3NO-NC) 6-pole (NO-NC, NO-NC, 3NO-3NC) Built-in
www.emersonct.com Rugged and Robust Overview The is a single-phase analog drive for DC motors with power ranges from 1/4 to 5 HP. Years of proven engineering design matched with surface mount technology
SMA Series SMA 6 SMA Interface Mating Dimensions (Per MIL-STD-348) SMA Interface Dimensions MALE Inches/Millimeters 3 Minimum Nominal Maximum LTR in. mm in. mm in. mm A.250 6.35.263 6.68.. B.1790 4.55.1808
Issued April 2010 10489 DATA SHEET OMRON LY RELAY Based on OMRON Datasheet General-purpose Relay LY A Miniature Power Relay Equipped with arc barrier. Dielectric strength: 2,000 V. Built-in diode models
PR - PCB relay the PR-PCB relay PCB-Relay from the PR family are small relays. The version has forced guided contacts, 2 normally open contacts, 2 normally closed contacts. In the industrial electronic
Laser Diode Module A HIGH SPEED MODULATABLE LASER WITH SPEEDS UP TO 50 MHZ Features Modulation speeds up to 50 MHz Visible and Infra red versions Powers from 1mW to 100 mw Flexible design accommodating
Long-distance Capacitive Proximity Sensor Capacitive Proximity Sensor with Adjustable Sensitivity Detects both metallic and non-metallic objects (glass, lumber, water, oil, plastic, etc.) without direct