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Electrodepot 40 Amp 4 Pole Normally Closed IEC 400V Contactor (S

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Product description

40 Amp 4 Pole Normally Closed IEC 400V Contactor Contactor for home or industrial uses. Perfectly compatible with DIN rail mounting. It features
a convenient power status indicator, and an energy saving, silent and no humming coil. With applications in lighting, motor and switching.

Technical Specifications:
– Contactor IEC 400V
– Contactor Type NC
– Full Load Amps-Inductive 20
– Full Load Amps-Resistive 40
– DC Load: 30A, @ 24VDC
– Power status indicator
– Number of Poles 4
– Coil Volts: 110/120VAC, 50/60 Hz
– Coil Load: Inrush 30VA, Sealed 4VA
– IEC AC Rate: AC-1, 10 kW. AC-3, 8 kW
– Electric e strength: 4 kV
– Operating Temperature: -30…+70 °C (-22…+158 °F)
– 1 HP @ 1 Phase - 120V
– 2 HP @ 1 Phase - 230V
– 5 HP @ 3 Phase - 208V
– 5 HP @ 3 Phase - 230V
– 10HP @ 3 Phase - 480V
– Weight: 0.88 lb (0.42 kg)
– CE approved 61095, UL pending
– Base or DIN 35mm mount

Wiring:
Solid Conductor: 25 mm2 Max torque 0.6 Nm
Stranding Conductor: 16 mm2, Max torque 0.6 Nm

Compliance:
EN 60947-4-1, EN 60947-5-1, IEC 947-2, IEC 60947-4-1, IEC 60947-5-1, VDE 0660

Electrodepot 40 Amp 4 Pole Normally Closed IEC 400V Contactor (S

CURRENT ISSUE
November, 2021

No. 106 (11)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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