Class 6140 DC Manual Magnetic Disconnect Switch

Manual magnetic disconnect switch is used for protecting electrical crane circuits except lifting magnet circuits.

Class 6440 AC Manual Magnetic Disconnect Switch

AC manual magnetic disconnect switch is used for protecting electrical crane circuits except lifting magnet circuits.

Class 6815 Type MG1 Lever Lift-Drop Master Switch

For use with Class 6815 Magnet Controllers

Class 6820 Manual and Magnetic Disconnect Switch

Manual and magnetic disconnect switch is used for protecting lifting magnet circuits.

Class 6823 Manual Disconnect Switch

Manual disconnect switch is used for protecting lifting magnet circuits.

Class 7001 Type K Relays

Type K relay are built to withstand severe service. They are recommended for use on heavy industrial DC drives such as cranes and mill auxiliaries.

Class 7001 Type ST-1 Static Timer

Static Timers are used to control closure of accelerating contactors on DC crane and mill auxiliary control panels.

Class 7001 Type SSI DC Acceleration Module

The SSI accelerating modules are recommended for use in DC motor circuits and are used to control the closure of the accelerating contactors. They are frequently used on DC crane control and mill auxiliary control panels.

Class 8501 Type SZF Relay

The Static Frequency Sensitive (SZF) relays are recommended for use in AC wound rotor motor circuits to monitor motor frequency and operate an output relay at a specific programmed frequency. They are used on AC crane control panels.

Class 9002 Type AT4 Foot Switch

For use with Class 5060 Adjustable Torque Brake

Class 9002 Type AW21 Foot Switch

For use with Class 5060 Adjustable Torque Brake

Class 9004 VM Master Switches

Class 9004 master switches are used as pilot devices to operate multi-speed motor controllers.

Class 9004 CM Master Switches

Class 9004 master switches are used as pilot devices to operate multi-speed motor controllers.

Class 9055 Magnetic Current Relay

They are designed to have a low resistance and impedance relative to most motor and load circuits such that they can be placed in series with loads without noticeably dropping the load voltage, or affecting load current. (See catalog applications below 1.5HP)

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