ABB Distance Piece

  • RS Stock No. 478-0817
  • Mfr. Part No. GHE3201902R0001
  • Manufacturer ABB
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): DK
Product Details

ESB Contactor Spacers and Covers

A contactor spacer (stock no. 478-0817) should be used when mounting ESB installation contactors side by side. It should be positioned between each pair of contactors
When it is desired to cover contactor terminals a cover may be fitted, for type ESB24 use stock no. 445-7949 and for ESB40 and ESB63 use stock no. 478-0823

Note

These contacts cannot be used with type ESB20 installation contactors, only higher types e.g. ESB24.

ABB Accessories

Note

These contacts can not be used with type ESB20 installation contactors, only higher types e.g. ESB24

Specifications
Attribute Value
Accessory Type Distance Piece
Series ESB
On back order for despatch 08/11/2019, delivery within 5 working days from despatch date.
Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 2.61
(exc. GST)
$ 3.00
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 - 5
$2.61
6 - 11
$2.56
12 +
$2.54
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