|Eaton Cutler-Hammer Motor Controls XT IEC Power Controls XT Contactors XT Contactor 3p 32a Frame C|
Because XT meets IEC, UL, CSA, CCC and CE standards, it is the
perfect product solution for applications all over the world. Including
non-reversing and reversing contactors and starters as well as overload
relays and accessories, XT brings IEC Power Control to a whole new
The spacesaving and easy-to-install XT line of IEC contactors and
starters is the efficient and effective solution for customer
applications from 7-2000A. Enclosed control options include metallic and
non-metallic enclosures with circuit breakers or North American or
Features and Benefits
Feature: AC and DC devices with the same dimensions achieved with an electronically controlled coil system.
Benefit: Space savings, reduced engineering design time.
Feature: Reduced sealing power consumption for DC contactors due to an electronic coil controller that uses less power.
Benefit: With sealing
wattage as low as 0.5W, XT contactors reduce power consumption and
generate less heat. This results in lower cooling requirements, the
ability to mount more contactors/starters per cabinet and an extended
life on pilot devices that carry control signals (pushbuttons, relays,
PLC outputs, etc.).
Feature: Integrated suppressors in DC controlled contactors from 7-1000A.
Benefit: Offers reductions in
total logistics and inventory costs by limiting the number of products
ordered and stocked. Increased installation and maintenance efficiency,
as wiring is not required.
Feature: Wide range of DC coil control voltages.
Benefit: IEC and UL
standards require that contactors energize from 85 - 110% of the nominal
control voltage. XT contactors are designed with an expanded control
voltage range as wide as 70 - 120%. This allows them to operate reliably
through fluctuations in control voltages.
Feature: Twin terminals with separate sockets in contactors up to 400A.
Benefit: Offers installation
and application flexibility when using different size wires. The
improved integrity of the connections reduces cabling faults.