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What is the part number for an 8910DPA contactor`s auxiliary contact?

Issue:
What is the part number for an 8910DPA contactor`s auxiliary contact?

Product Line:
Definite purpose contactors

Environment:
Products sold and used in the United States

Cause:
Selecting auxiliary contacts

Resolution:
The contact configuration and contactor used will determine the specific catalog number. Unless otherwise noted contact modules are not field convertible:

For Series C 8910DPA 20 through 40A devices:
1 N.O. contact - 9999DD10
1 N.C. contact - 9999DD01
1 N.O. contact & 1 N.C contact - 9999DD11
2 N.O. contacts - 9999DD20

For Series B 8910DPA 20 through 90 amp and Series C 50-90 Amp devices. Maximum of two modules per contactor, one module per side:  
1 N.O. contact - 9999D10.
1 N.C. contact - 9999D01.
1 N.O. contact & 1 N.C. contact - 9999D11.
2 N.O. contacts - 9999D20.

For 8910DPA122, 8910DPA123, 8910SYD138, 8910SYD230 and 8910SYD368: Maximum of four modules per contactor, two modules per side.
1 N.O. contact - 9999SX6 (See Note 1).
1 N.O. overlapping contact - 9999SX9 (See Note 2).
1 N.C. contact - 9999SX7 (See Note 1).
1 N.C. overlapping contact - 9999SX10 (See Note 2).
1 N.O. contact & 1 N.C. contact - 9999SX8 (See Note 1).
1 N.O. contact - 9999SX13.
1 N.O. overlapping contact - 9999SX16 (See Note 2).
1 N.C. contact - 9999SX14.
1 N.O. overlapping contact - 9999SX17 (See Note 2).
1 N.O. contact & 1 N.C. contact - 9999SX15.

Note 1: Field convertible.
Note 2: 9999SX9 and 9999SX10 must be used together and mounted on the same side of the contactor. Suitable for applications where it is necessary for a normally open contact to overlap a normally closed contact.
Note3: Addition of 1 module to the Class 8910DPA contactors will add 1/2`` to the overall contactor width. Addition of 2 modules will add 1`` to the overall contactor width.


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