IDEC Contactor, Size 11, 120V Coil

Item No.71011
Product Details Weld-resistant silver alloy contacts Approval standards UL508 These contactors and overload relays are designed to run in either single or 3-phase applications. Mount them either directly in a panel with screws or on a 35 mm DIN rail Sizes 11 and 16 have one NO auxiliary contact. Siz
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Product Details
  • Weld-resistant silver alloy contacts
  • Approval standards UL508

These contactors and overload relays are designed to run in either single or 3-phase applications. Mount them either directly in a panel with screws or on a 35 mm DIN rail

Sizes 11 and 16 have one NO auxiliary contact. Sizes 18, 27, 32 and 38 have one NO and one NC auxiliary contact. Sizes 65 and 80 have two NO and two NC auxiliary contacts. We only stock coil voltages of 120 VAC. Other control voltages are available; call for price and availability.

Note: Order a contactor and an overload relay that covers the full load amp rating of the motor, and you can create a simple, inexpensive motor starter.

Product Information

Item number
71011
Brand Name
IDEC
Catalog Page
290
Net weight
0.8
Condition
New

IDEC Contactor, Size 11, 120V Coil

Item number
71011
Brand Name
IDEC
Catalog Page
290
Net weight
0.8
Condition
New
Price $79.95
price per each
excl. tax
In Stock
each
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Product Details
  • Weld-resistant silver alloy contacts
  • Approval standards UL508

These contactors and overload relays are designed to run in either single or 3-phase applications. Mount them either directly in a panel with screws or on a 35 mm DIN rail

Sizes 11 and 16 have one NO auxiliary contact. Sizes 18, 27, 32 and 38 have one NO and one NC auxiliary contact. Sizes 65 and 80 have two NO and two NC auxiliary contacts. We only stock coil voltages of 120 VAC. Other control voltages are available; call for price and availability.

Note: Order a contactor and an overload relay that covers the full load amp rating of the motor, and you can create a simple, inexpensive motor starter.