Non-Reversing Starter Size 2, 3-Pole, Melting Alloy Overload, NEMA 12Show more characteristics >
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Main product or component typeStarter TypeS Control Circuit TypeCommon control circuit Complementary Control Circuit Voltage440 V AC 50 Hz480 V AC 60 Hz motor starter typeNon reversing Line Rated Current45 A Number of Poles3P Phase3 phases Horsepower Rating10 HP 200 V AC15 HP 230 V AC25 HP 460 V AC25 HP 575 V AC System Voltage600 V AC Control UnitsNo control units thermal overload typeMelting alloy 3 Thermal Units electrical connectionScrew clamp terminals NEMA size2 height15.98 in (406 mm) depth9.29 in (236 mm) width8.15 in (207 mm) Environment Enclosure TypeNEMA 12 painted sheet steel product certificationsCSANEMAUL listed Ordering and shipping details Category21192 - 8502,36 SC,SD(NOT S*R,T,W) Discount ScheduleCP1 GTIN00785901890812 Nbr. of units in pkg.1 Package weight(Lbs)21.66 ReturnabilityN Country of originMX Offer Sustainability RoHS (date code: YYWW) California proposition 65WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including: - - - - - - - Substance 1Lead and lead compounds, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. - - - - - - - More informationFor more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov Contractual warranty Warranty period18 months
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CatalogSizeAdd to My DocumentsData BulletinSizeAdd to My DocumentsBrochureSizeAdd to My DocumentsCertificateSizeAdd to My DocumentsInstruction SheetSizeAdd to My Documents8502SD and 8536SD, AC Magnetic Contactors and Starters with Motor Logic Plus Solid-State Overload Relay, Size 2, Series A, Form B, 3- and 5-Pole (Version 1.1)Tripping curvesSizeAdd to My DocumentsMelting Alloy Relay Design Thermal Unit Type FB4.75-FB55.5 AC Magnetic Starter Size 2 Type SD Series A With 1 2 3 Thermal Units Class 8536 Small Enclosure Motor Control Center Class 8998 8999 QMB I-Line (Version 1.0)
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