Eaton xStart DILEM 3 Pole Contactor, 3NO, 9 A, 4 kW, 240 V ac Coil

  • RS Stock No. 323-038
  • Mfr. Part No. 010032 | DILEM-10(240V50HZ)
  • Manufacturer Eaton
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COO (Country of Origin): DE
Product Details

DILEEM / DILEM Mini Contactors

These units will fit into a DIN 43 880 enclosure
Surface or DIN rail mounting
Ac coil power consumption: 5.4VA continuous; 30VA inrush
Dc coil power consumption: 2.6W
690Vac max contact rating
Operating temperature range -20 to +50°C
Terminal / finger protection IP20
Dimensions: H58 x W45 x D52 mm

Approvals

CSA, ASE, SEV, UL, NEMKO, DEMKO, BV, RL, USSR, LROS, SEMKO

Eaton DILEM-10(240V50HZ) Contactor

Eaton's range of DILEM & DILEEM contactors are predominantly used in larger-scale operations, they are designed to provide a long mechanical and electrical life which in turn accomplishes reliability. Users will commonly find these contactors integrated within industrial buildings and factory installations, enabling automated processes of motors and resistive loads.

Features and Benefits

• 3 pole
• Conforms to IEC/EN 60947, VDE 0660, CSA, UL standards
• The ambient operating temperature when open is - 25 - 50°C
• The ambient operating temperature when enclosed is - 25 - 40°C
• Weighs just 0.2kg
• Forms part of the DILEM contactor range
• Utilisation category - AC-1: Non-inductive or slightly inductive loads, resistance furnaces, NAC-3: Normal AC induction motors: starting, switch off during running and AC-4: Normal AC induction motors: starting, plugging, reversing, inching
• Also suitable for motors with efficiency class IE3
• Screw terminals
• With auxiliary contact
• For use with the DILEM and DILEEM range
• Has an actuating voltage of 240 V 50 Hz

Typical Applications

This range of contactors can be used across a multitude of applications, users will commonly find these contactors being used within factory automation, railway transportation, electrical systems, starting motors, providing control over furnaces and mechanical engineering.

How contactors operate?

If you have asked yourself this question, rest assured you are not the only person that has wondered how contactors work. If you've wondered how do contactors differ from a relay? The following answer will also explain that. A contactor is essentially a relay, it holds very similar functions, but it is typically used in larger-scale applications. In most cases, a contactor is a switch that can be controlled remotely, specifically designed to switch a large amount of electrical power through its contacts.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Coil Voltage 240 V ac
Number of Poles 3
Contact Current Rating 9 A
Power Rating 4 kW
Range XStart
Series DILEM
Normal State Configuration 3NO
Contact Voltage Rating 400 V ac
Number Of Auxiliary Contacts 1
Terminal Type Screw
Depth 52mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -25°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +50°C
Width 45mm
Length 58mm
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