RS PRO 500 V RC Mains Protector, DIN Rail Mounting

  • RS Stock No. 240-393
  • Manufacturer RS PRO
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): GB
Product Details

DIN Rail Mount

Delta connected flexible wire ended universal DIN rail mounting RC contact arc suppressors designed to be connected across switching contacts of Control/Switchgear Contactors
Ideal for applications where inductive loads are switched and contact arc reduction is required to prolong contact life. Will also help to reduce RF interference generated when switching reactive loads

Approvals

7777

Warning

  • These devices are designed for connecting directly across a mains supply but should NOT be used in positions where failure of the capacitor would expose anyone to electric shock.
Specifications
Attribute Value
Suppressor Type Mains Protector
Maximum Voltage Rating 500 V
Mounting Type DIN Rail
Series RC
Length 62mm
Depth 19mm
Height 40mm
Dimensions 62 x 19 x 40mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +70°C
123 In Global stock for delivery within 4 - 6 working days
Price Each
MYR 60.04
units
Per unit
1 - 9
MYR60.04
10 - 49
MYR55.38
50 - 99
MYR51.54
100 - 249
MYR48.78
250 +
MYR47.34
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