Electric contactor series

The GH15 electric contactor series by AutomationDirect have models available up to 315 Amps and feature self-lifting pressure plate terminals and actuator coils that accommodate most applications.

11/22/2013


The GH15 electric contactor series by AutomationDirect have models available up to 315 Amps and feature self-lifting pressure plate terminals and actuator coils that accommodate most applications. Courtesy: AutomationDirectAutomationDirect’s GH15 series of electric contactors now includes larger frame sizes. The components are available in frame sizes of 79 mm to 145 mm and models are available up to 315 Amps. GH15 series IEC motor controls feature self-lifting pressure plate terminals for quick wiring terminations; actuator coils, in 110/220 V and 220/240 V, 60Hz models, accommodate most applications. Now available in IEC sizes ranging from B to TT, GH15 series contactors accommodate up to 250 Hp motors at 460 VAC. Contactors are 35 mm DIN-rail mountable and panel mountable (larger sizes) to provide fast and easy installation. Backed with a one-year warranty, GH15 series contactors are CE marked, cULus listed, RoHS and REACH compliant.

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