The D-line contactors and overload relays are the largest selling line of contactors and starters in the world. They offer high reliability with long mechanical and electrical life and the most complete line of accessories in the industry.
Features and Benefits D-line contactors and overload relays are available in 11 contactor ratings for the USA market for inductive motor applications from 9A up to 150 full-load amps and resistive loads up to 200 A Designed to control and provide overload protection to motors rated up to 100 HP at 480 Vac or 125 HP at 600 Vac, TeSys D meets your needs for a majority of motor starter applications. Read about TeSys D and Type 2 Coordinated Protection. 3-pole and 4-pole contactor versions available All contactors include built-in auxiliary contacts All screw connections have IP20 finger-safe terminals with both North American and International terminal markings D-line contactors can be panel mounted with screws or DIN rail mounted
Easily Installed Accessories - Auxiliary contact blocks with serrated wiping action - Front mount dust tight auxiliary contact blocks - Pneumatic time delay blocks - Transient voltage surge suppressors - Interface modules and electronic timers - Mechanical latching blocks - Control Circuit Flexibility
*The D-line contactors are available with ac or dc operating coils. Several devices utilize a low consumption dc coil with built-in transient suppression for operation with a low-level dc signal from a computer or PLC without need for an interposing relay
- A choice of wiring connections, including spring terminals, ring tongue terminals, slip-on terminals and screw clamps, provides flexibility in meeting specific, application requirements. Click here for information on the new and patented TeSys D with Everlink® termination technology available on 40A to 65A contactors and overload relays
Overload Relays - Class 10 or Class 20 bimetallic overload relays are available up to 140 A. They are bimetallic ambient compensated and are available with or without single-phase sensitivity for phase unbalance and phase loss protection. New solid state overload relays are available for 90 to 150 A applications. Both bimetallic and solid-state overload relays include the following features: - Isolated N.C. trip contact and N.O. alarm contacts - Manual or automatic reset function (bi-metallic versions only) - Tamper-resistant window for FLA settings - Test trip button