Auxiliary contacts can add to the versatility of magnetic contactors and starters by providing additional control circuits to do a variety of jobs without adding to the width of the starter.
Kits make it easy to add contacts to control accessory equipment such as indication lights; to control sequencing of other motor starters; and, in conjunction with a standard reversing starter and plugging switch, to plug-stop motors. Auxiliary contacts can be added to all across-the-line magnetic starters and contactors, combination magnetic starters, reversing and multi-speed controllers.
Each auxiliry contact is rated 10 Amperes ac, resistive load, NEMA "A600," and is suitable for either right or left side mounting. An insulating shield is also provided between each auxiliary contact unit and the starter. Auxiliary contacts are furnished in the basic block design or as an adder block.
Each contact is marked NO or NC on the block and is not convertible.
Logic reed contacts suitable for low energy level circuits are also available. These are designed for applications on low-voltage control circuits (24 Volts and below), such as inputs to computers and programmable controllers.
Auxiliary Contact Kits for 300-Line Size 0-6 Contactors and Starters (Also Suitable for 200-Line)
- Manufacturer: General Electric GE
- Catalog Number: CR305X200B
Yukoncorp has been specializing in new, reconditioned and obsolete General Electric GE Circuit Breakers and other electrical supply products for over 50 years
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New vs. Refurbished
Should you buy new or refurbished? This is the conundrum that many people face. First, though, the following information will help explain the differences between the two, and make you an informed shopper.
Refurbished products are parts that have been returned for any number of reasons including AMP incompatibility, failure of a component, or physical imperfection. Some refurbished parts have never been used or sold to the public, because of inventory overstocks. These store returns can not be resold as new parts so they are returned to the manufacturer and put through a rigorous testing and repair program to be brought back to “as new” condition, repackaged and sent to authorized resellers like Yukon, where they are sold as refurbished products.
Some companies rework used parts and sell them as refurbs. While these may be fine parts, usually they do not carry the manufacturer’s warranty. At Yukon, we indicate the source and conditions of the product using condition codes.