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Schneider Eletric 2510FW2PGH Picture
Discontinued

Range: Fractional Horsepower Starters

Legacy Data

2510FW2PGH

Schneider Eletric 2510FW2PGH Picture
Discontinued
Range: Fractional Horsepower Starters

Legacy Data

2510FW2PGH

FHP Manual Starter - NEMA 4 - 2 Conduit Opening - 2P - Green Indicator - 277VAC

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2510FW2PGH  has not been replaced. Please contact your customer care center for more information.
  • Price
    477.00 USD

  • Main
    Product
    Single Unit Manual Starter
    Type
    F
    Overload Relay Type
    Melting alloy
    Complementary
    Line Rated Current
    16 A
    cable entry
    0.75 NPT (top and bottom)
    Horsepower Rating
    1 hp at 115 V AC
    1 hp at 277 V AC
    0.75 hp at 115 V DC
    0.75 hp at 230 V DC
    2 hp at 230 V AC
    System Voltage
    277 V AC
    230 V DC
    Number of Poles
    2P
    Control Unit
    Toggle switch (with lock-off)
    Phase
    1 phase
    Pilot Light
    Green indicator
    reset
    Manual
    motor starter type
    Non reversing
    electrical connection
    Screw clamp terminals
    Wire Gauge
    AWG 14...AWG 12 (copper)
    height
    4.38 in
    width
    3 in
    depth
    4.56 in
    Environment
    product certifications
    CE
    UL listed file E42243 CCN NLRV
    CSA LR25490 class 3211 05
    NEMA Enclosure Rating
    NEMA 4 die cast zinc alloy standard size
    Ordering and shipping details
    Category
    21101 - 2510,2511,2512 F
    Discount Schedule
    CP1
    Nbr. of units in pkg.
    1
    Package weight(Lbs)
    2.8000000000000003
    Returnability
    N
    Country of origin
    MX
    Offer Sustainability
    RoHS (date code: YYWW)
    REACh
    Contractual warranty
    Warranty period
    18 months
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