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24VAC Key Pad NEMA Circuit Breaker Combination Starter, Enclosure NEMA Rating 1, 6 Amps AC
- Item # 21RK34
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- Mfr. Model # 21RK34
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 39121521
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- Shipping Weight 15.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USA Country of Origin is subject to change.
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This starter features 1% ANSI grade metering with pulse/analog output for accurate measurements. kW and kWh data is available on the LCD display. True power detects belt loss and alerts the automation system. Voltage and dry contact inputs provide auto-run command; no interposing relays are necessary. Advanced protective features include anticycling, manual/auto reset, phase sequence, phase loss, and stall and locked rotor protection. The flexible control transformer with multitap input accepts all common motor voltages.
- Item NEMA Circuit Breaker Combination Starter
- NEMA Size 0
- Amps AC 6
- Coil Volts 24VAC
- Max. Motor Voltage 480VAC
- Operator Key Pad
- Operator Function On/Off/Auto
- Enclosure NEMA Rating 1
- Short Circuit Protection Motor Circuit Protector
- Auxiliary Contact Form 1NO/1NC
- Overload Relay Amp Setting 1 to 6
- Trip Class 10/20/30
- Pilot Light Red: Off / Green: On
- Control Transformer Yes
- Control Transformer Voltage 120, 208, 240, 480, 575VAC Primary, 24VAC Secondary
- HP @ 3 Phase - 240V 1-1/2
- HP @ 3 Phase - 480V 3
- Hz 50/60
- Height 15-23/32"
- Width 7-1/2"
- Depth 6-3/32"
- Standards UL
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