ABB AF09-30-01-11 Contactor

2301704 MFG #: AF09-30-01-11
$53.24 / EA
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  • Coil Voltage: 24 to 60
  • Contact Configuration: 3NO
  • Contact Rating: 690
  • Dimensions: 86 mm H x 45 mm W x 77 mm D
  • Enclosure Type: IP20
  • Frequency Rating: 50/60
  • Number of Auxiliary Contacts: 1NC
  • Number of Poles: 3
  • Operating Cycles: 3600
  • Operating Temperature: -60 to 80
  • Series: AF09
  • Terminal Type: Screw
  • Wattage: 5.5
  • Contact type: Non-Reversing
  • Mounting type: Front/Side

ABB AF09-30-01-11 Contactor

ABB Contactor, Series: AF09, 24 to 60 VAC Coil, 25 A Maximum Load Current, 3 Pole, 50/60 Hz Frequency, 5.5 kW Wattage, Non-Reversing Contact, 3NO Contact Configuration, 1NC Auxiliary Contacts, 690 VAC Contact, Screw Terminal, IP20 Enclosure, 3600 Cycles Operating Cycles, -60 to 80 deg C Operating, DIN Rail Mounting, 86 mm H x 45 mm W x 77 mm D Dimensions

Additional Description: ABB -AF09-30-01-11 AF09 3P CONTR, 1NC, 24-60VAC, 20-6

Catalog Description: AF09 contactors are used for controlling power circuits up to 690 V AC and 220 V DC. They are mainly used for controlling 3-phase motors, non-inductive or slightly inductive loads. AF... contactors include an electronic coil interface accepting a wide control voltage Uc min. ... Uc max. Only four coils cover control voltages between 24...500 V 50/60 Hz or 20...500 V DC. AF contactors can manage large control voltage variations. One coil can be used for different control voltages used worldwide without any coil change. AF contactors have built-in surge protection and do not require additional surge suppressors. The AF... series 1-stack 3-pole contactors are of the block type design. - Main poles and auxiliary contact blocks: 3 main poles, 1 built-in auxiliary contact, front and side-mounted add-on auxiliary contact blocks (mechanically-linked auxiliary contacts compliant with Annex L of IEC 60947-5-1. N.C. mirror contacts compliant with Annex F of IEC 60947-4-1) - Control circuit: AC o

  • Specifications
  • Non-reversing across the line contactor
  • Can manage large control voltage variations
  • Reduced panel energy consumption
  • Very distinct closing and opening
  • Built-in surge suppression
  • AC or DC operated with electronic coil interface accepting a wide control voltage range, only 4 control voltage ranges covering 24 to 500 VAC, 50/60 Hz and 20 to 500 VDC can manage large control voltage variations