Distribution: Higher coil voltage Fuji contactors available from AutomationDirect

AutomationDirect has enhanced its motor controls offering with higher coil voltage versions of Fuji electric contactors. New SC series components operate with ac coil voltages of 440-480 V to 500-550 V at 60 Hz, and are available in frame sizes of 43 mm, 54 mm and 67 mm.

07/09/2009


AutomationDirect has enhanced its motor controls offering with higher coil voltage versions of Fuji electric contactors . New SC series components operate with ac coil voltages of 440-480 V to 500-550 V at 60 Hz, and are available in frame sizes of 43 mm, 54 mm and 67 mm. Existing SC series Supermagnet coil contactors now include 88 mm, 100 mm and 115 mm frame models and have ac coil voltage ranges of 380-450 V and 460-575V at 50/60 Hz.

AutomationDirect has enhanced its motor controls offering with higher coil voltage versions of Fuji electric contactors.

Also now available with Supermagnet coils are Odyssey series contactors in 138 mm and 148 mm frame sizes, with AC coil voltage ranges of 380-450 V and 460-575 V at 50/60 Hz. See the full line online.
– Edited by Renee Robbins, senior editor
Control Engineering News Desk
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