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Manual Motor Switches and Starters

15 Results Found that Include 256 Products 

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    Non Reversing Manual Switch

    SQUARE D

    Multiple product options available

    Manual Motor Starter

    SQUARE D

    Multiple product options available

    Standard Manual Motor Starter

    SQUARE D

    Multiple product options available

    Manual Switch

    SQUARE D

    Multiple product options available

    Pushbutton IEC Manual Starter

    SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

    Multiple product options available

    Manual Motor Switch

    HUBBELL WIRING DEVICE-KELLEMS

    Multiple product options available

    Motor Switch

    GENERAL ELECTRIC

    Multiple product options available

    Manual Motor Starter

    WEG

    Multiple product options available

    Motor Starter

    SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

    Multiple product options available

    Motor Starter

    SQUARE D

    Multiple product options available

    Manual Motor Starter

    EATON

    Multiple product options available

    Manual Motor Starter, NEMA, 600VAC, 3P, M-0

    GENERAL ELECTRIC

    Grainger Item # 6ANA9 | Mfr. Model # CR1062R3AAP2000

    Catalog Page # NA

    Manual Motor Starter, Push Button Operator, NEMA Style, Max. Voltage 600VAC, NEMA Size M-0, Enclosure Type...More

    Manual Motor Switch

    SQUARE D

    Multiple product options available

    Manual Motor Starter

    SURION

    Multiple product options available

    Magnetic Motor Starter

    SIEMENS

    Multiple product options available

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      When it's time to replace the manual power switch on a single phase or 3-phase motor, Grainger has hundreds of reversing and non-reversing motor switches and motor starters to choose from. Typically used to manually operate power saws, pumps, fans, and small machinery in construction and industrial settings, a motor starter has built-in overload protection, while a motor switch does not. Choose a manual power switch based on voltage, amps and NEMA ratings at Grainger.

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