Class 9998 DC Coil

These DC operating coils are designed in accordance with NEMA standards to withstand 110 percent of rated voltage continuously and to operate the contactor successfully at 80 percent of rated voltage.

Class 9998 Replacement Parts Kits

Replacement parts kits are available for magnet controllers and AC and DC Type M and MX contactors. Copper contact tips are used in standard applications. Silver-faced contact tips are recommended for applications where the contactors remain closed for long periods of time. Silver-faced contact tips are supplied as standard on crane main disconnect switches and are optional on DC starters and other devices. Each tip kit contains movable and stationary contacts, necessary hardware and servicing instructions.

Class 9999 Type MX11 Electrical Interlocks

The Electrical Interlocks modification kit can be added to the Class 7004 and Class 8503 Type M contactors used in DC starters and AC and DC crane and mill control panels.

Class 9999 Type Al1 Arc Suppressor

The Al1 arc suppressor is designed to reduce arcing of pilot devices in DC inductive control circuits of 250VDC or less

Class 9999 Types MM1, MM2, MM3, MM4, MM5 Mechanical Interlocks

The Mechanical interlock modification kit can be added to the Class 7004 and Class 8503 Type M contactors.

Class 9999 Types KX3, KX4, KX5 Contact Kits

The Contact modification kit can be added to the Class 7001 Type K Relays

Class 9999 Type ML1 Lug Kit

The Type M contactors are furnished without power lugs. The Power Lug Kit is available consisting of lugs and hardware for mounting on NEMA Size 3 and larger contactors. No power lug kits are available for the NEMA Size 1 and 2 contactors. These contactors are designed to use lugs supplied by the user.

Class 9999 Types MT1, MT2, MT3, MT4, MT5 Tie Bar Kit

The Tie bar are used for applications requiring double pole normally open Type M contactors can be met by supplying single normally open contactors with tie bars. For double pole contactors, it is recommended that the operating coils be connected in series. Each coil should be rated for one half of the line voltage.

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