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Main product or component typeStarter TypeS Control Circuit TypeCommon control circuit Complementary Control Circuit Voltage220 V AC 50 Hz240 V AC 60 Hz motor starter typeNon reversing Current Rating27 A Number of Poles3P Number of Phases3 phase Horsepower Rating7.5 HP 200 V AC7.5 HP 230 V AC10 HP 460 V AC10 HP 575 V AC Maximum Voltage Rating600 V AC Control Units2 momentary push-buttons (START-STOP) thermal overload typeMelting alloy 3 electrical connectionScrew clamp terminals NEMA size1 height12.28 in (312 mm) depth7.13 in (181 mm) width8.86 in (225 mm) Environment Enclosure TypeNEMA 3R painted sheet steel product certificationsUL listedNEMACSA Ordering and shipping details Discount ScheduleCP1 Package weight(Lbs)25.29 lb(US) (11.471 kg) ReturnabilityNo Country of originUS Offer Sustainability California proposition 65WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including: Lead and lead compounds, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov Contractual warranty Warranty18 months
CatalogFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsSize pdfSize 2 MBDate 5/1/98DescriptionThis catalog covers class 8536, 8502, 8736, 8702, 8810, 8811, and 8812 products including magnetic contactors and starters, reversing magnetic contactors and starters, multi-speed motor starters, and vacuum contactors. Information included: selection tables, coil voltage code tables, dimension drawings and tables, and wiring diagrams.Data BulletinFormatSizeAdd to My Documents
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