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Relay, DPDT, 8 Pins, 120VAC

DAYTON

Price: $43.50 / each

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  • Item # 5X847
  • Mfr. Model # 5X847
  • NSN #
  • UNSPSC # 39121514
  • Catalog Page # 351
  • Catalog Group # H8151
  • Shipping Weight 0.55 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemOpen Power Relay
  • MountingSurface
  • Electrical ConnectionScrew
  • Pins8
  • Contact FormDPDT
  • Contact Amp Rating (Resistive)40A @300VAC, 30A @ 28VDC
  • HP @ 120V1-1/2
  • Coil Volts120VAC
  • Contact MaterialSilver Cadmium Oxide
  • StandardsE40944
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Designed with screw-head terminals, silver alloy self-wiping contacts, and molded thermoset plastic base. Use for switching motor loads in applications like elevators, machine tools, air handling, and HVAC equipment. UL Listed, CSA and CE Certified. RoHS compliant.
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Yes we do. We can get that document to you easily by contacting Grainger Customer Service/Grainger Technical Product Support.
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Several things can cause this most perplexing problem. One thing can be a weak or intermittent connection in the motor winding circuits. This would cause the magnetic field relationship to vary during start-up, thus cause the bi-directional problem.
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Greetings - I am looking for a like-for-like replacement for a Dayton 5X847N relay which has burnt out. Is this item a suitable replacement, and if so, is there documentation available describing any differences between the two items? Thank you.
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5X874 and 5X847N should essentially be the same item. The "N" references the version of this item. The functionality of the unit should be the same, there may just have been some small change made to the relay but nothing that should affect functionality and they should be interchangeable.
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