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Ovrload Relay, 37 to 50A, Class 10,3P, 690V
- Item # 3DE28
- Mfr. Model # LRD3357
- UNSPSC # 39121520
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 1.11 lbs.
- Item Overload Relay
- Starter Type IEC
- Current Range 37.0 to 50.0A
- For Use With LC1D50 thru LC1D80 Contactor
- Features Differential
- Sensing Method Thermal
- Trip Class 10
- Number of Poles 3
- Voltage 690VAC
- Height 4.84"
- Depth 4.76"
- Width 2.95"
- Standards UL, CSA, ATEX D 94/9/CE, GOST
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