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Timer, Spring Wound, 0 to 60 min.
- Item # 6X546
- Mfr. Model # FF60M
- UNSPSC # 39121504
- Catalog Page # 446
- Shipping Weight 0.55 lbs.
- Item Spring-Wound Timer
- Timing Range 0 to 60 min.
- Contact Form SPST
- HP @ 120V 1
- HP @ 240V 2
- Max. Amps @ 125VAC 20
- Max. Amps @ 250VAC 10
- Max. Amps @ 277VAC 10
- Number of Gangs 1
- Hold Feature No
- Faceplate Color Silver
- Knob Plastic
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I'm looking for an equivalent of this item but with a 20A+ rating at 220VAC. Do you have any item which can fit in a 1-gang box?
A possible solution to your electrical needs may be to use the Grainger item 6X546 in conjunction with a 20A, Single-pole or a 2-pole Definite Purpose Contactor that has a 208/240VAC coil
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