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Main ProductCombination Starter TypeS Control Circuit TypeSeparate control circuit Complementary Control Circuit Voltage110 V AC 50 Hz120 V AC 60 Hz Starter TypeNon reversing Number of Poles3P Horsepower Rating3 hp 200 V AC, 3 phase3 hp 230 V AC, 3 phase5 hp 460 V AC, 3 phase5 hp 575 V AC, 3 phase Maximum Voltage Rating600 V AC Control UnitsNo control units Pilot LightNo indicator Auxiliary ContactsWithout thermal overload typeMelting alloy 3 Disconnect TypeNon-fusible disconnect switch NEMA size0 Environment Enclosure TypeNEMA 12 painted sheet steel without external reset Ordering and shipping details Category21212 - 8538,39SB(NOT S*R,S*T,S*W) Discount ScheduleCP1 GTIN00785901351986 Package weight(Lbs)20.41 kg (45 lb(US)) ReturnabilityYes Country of originMX 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 Carcinogen & Reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov EU RoHS DirectiveNot compliant China RoHS RegulationChina RoHS declaration
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Contractual warranty Warranty18 months
CatalogFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsSize pdfSize 4.1 MBDate 8/9/17DescriptionClass 8538 and 8539 Type S combination starters combine the requirements of motor overload and short circuit protection into one package. These starters are manufactured in accordance with NEMA standards and are UL Listed (although some FORM numbers may not be listed – contact your local Square D representative for information). Class 8538 and 8539 combination starters are designed to operate at 600 Vac maximum, 50 to 60 Hz – and are supplied with melting alloy overload relays as standard.CertificateFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsChina RoHS declarationFormatSizeAdd to My DocumentsEU RoHS DeclarationFormatSizeAdd to My Documents
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