Monday, June 28, 2021

Altech Industrial Automation Products

 Altech  Industrial  Products  from  Sords  Electric

Altech Automation Industrial Products












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Altech Circuit Protection Devises

Altech Busbar and Power Distribution

Altech Contactors

Altech Overload Relays

Altech Manual Motor Starters

Altech Motor Disconnect Switches

Altech European Fuses and holders

Altech Pin and Sleeve Devices

Altech Receptacles

Altech Industrial and ATEX Enclosures

Altech DIN rail Mounted Electronic Enclosures

Altech Control Enclosures

Altech Suspension Systems

Altech Industrial Foot SwitchesMedical Foot Switches

Altech Interface Modules and Safety Relays

Altech Industrial and SlimLine Relays

Altech Panel Lights & Heaters, Filters

Altech 22 & 30 mm Push Buttons

Altech Pilot Lights and E-Stops

Altech Power Supplies

Altech DC UPS and Battery Chargers

Altech Smart Relays

Altech Digital Panel Meters

Altech Digital Timers

Altech Keyed Safety Switches

Altech Keyed Solenoid Locking Switches

Altech Hinged Safety Switches

Altech Smart and Non-Contact Safety Swtiches

Altech Plastic and Metal Limit Switches

Altech Cylinder and Capacitive Proximity Switches

Altech Flat Pack and Ring Proximity Switches

Altech Metal Detection Switches

Altech Push-In Terminal Blocks

Altech Screw Clamp Terminal Blocks

Altech Spring Clamp Terminal Blocks

Altech Ring and Lug Terminal Blocks

Altech Mini and Panel mount Terminal Blocks

Altech Eurostrips

Altech PCB Terminal Blocks

Altech Marking Tags and Marking Systems

Altech Liquid Tight Strain Relief

Altech Ferrules and Tools

Altech Wire Duct

Altech Tower Lights

Altech Test and Measurement


Altech ATEX Products







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Sords Electric

Cleveland, Ohio

216-765-4230

www.sordselectric.com

Sunday, June 27, 2021

Altech Disconnect Switches from Sords Electric

 Altech UL98 Disconnect Switches for Industry from Sords Electric

FEATURES

  • One design Used in direct and extended handle Applications
  • Enclosed switches are available in Plastic, sheet metal and Stainless
  • Available as rotary switches for extended or direct handle
  • Every design is lockable in the OFF position
  • Switching Mechanism speed is independent from operator
  • Silver Contacts ensure safe and durable operation
  • Horsepower Ratings up to 60
  • 3 and 4 pole
Altech Disconnect Switches for Industry












UL98 Motor Disconnect Switch - Extended

• Every design is lockable in OFF position • Switching mechanism speed is independent from the operator • Silver contacts ensure safe and durable operation

KU360UL98  3 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KU3100UL98  3 pole 100A @ 600 volts

KU460UL98  4 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KU4100UL98  4 pole 100A @ 600 Volts


UL98 Motor Disconnect Switch - Sheet Metal Enclosure

• UL Type 4 • Excellent in harsh weather conditions • Resistant to many chemicals • Corrosion and UV resistant • IEC IP65 Protection Level • Lockable - Defeatable Handle

KET360UL98 Yellow/Red Handle 3 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KET360UL98  Black Handle 3 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KET460UL98 Yellow/Red Handle 4 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KET460UL98  Black Handle 4 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KET3100UL98 Yellow/Red Handle 3 pole 100A @ 600 volts

KET3100UL98  Black Handle 3 pole 100A @ 600 volts

KET4100UL98   Yellow/Red Handle 4 pole 100A @ 600 volts

KET4100UL98   Black Handle 4 pole 100A @ 600 volts


UL98 Motor Disconnect Switch - Stainless Steel Enclosure

• UL Type 4X • Ideal where chemicals are used for cleaning and maintenance such as food processing and breweries • Mining is another application area • Stainless Steel (Grade AISI 316)•Corrosion Resistant • IEC IP65 Protection Level • Lockable - Defeatable Handle

KER360UL98   Yellow/Red Handle 3 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KER360UL98    Black Handle 3 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KER460UL98   Yellow/Red Handle 4 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KER460UL98    Black Handle 4 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KER3100UL98  Yellow/Red Handle 3 pole 100A @ 600 volts

KER3100UL98    Black Handle 3 pole 100A @ 600 volts

KER4100UL98   Yellow/Red Handle 4 pole 100A @ 600 volts

KER4100UL98     Black Handle 4 pole 100A @ 600 volts


UL98 Motor Disconnect Switch - Polycarbonate Enclosure

Can be used locally at the motor • UL Type 4X • IEC IP65 Protection Level • UV resistant • Resistant to many chemicals • Lockable - Defeatable Handle

KEM360UL98     Yellow/Red Handle 3 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KEM360UL98      Black Handle 3 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KEM460UL98     Yellow/Red Handle 4 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KEM460UL98       Black Handle 4 pole 60A @ 600 volts

KEM3100UL98    Yellow/Red Handle 3 pole 100A @ 600 volts

KEM3100UL98     Black Handle 3 pole 100A @ 600 volts

KEM4100UL98    Yellow/Red Handle 4 pole 100A @ 600 volts

KEM4100UL98     Black Handle 4 pole 100A @ 600 volts

Altech UL98 Disconnect Switches





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Sords Electric

Cleveland, Ohio

216-765-4230

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Friday, May 28, 2021

Duplex and Quad GFCI Boxes

Quad and Duplex GFCI Boxes from Southwire/TRC

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A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) can help prevent electrocution. If a person’s body starts to receive a shock, the GFCI senses this and cuts off the power before he/she can get injured.

According to the National Electrical Code, a “ground fault” is a conducting connection (whether intentional or accidental) between any electric conductor and any conducting material that is grounded or that may become grounded. Electricity always wants to find a path to the ground. In a ground fault, electricity has found a path to ground, but it is a path the electricity was never intended to be on, such as through a person’s body.

Because of this potential for shock, GFCI protection is used to protect human life.

Note: AFCIs should not be confused with GFCIs. While both AFCIs and GFCIs are important safety devices, they have different functions. AFCIs are intended to address fire hazards; GFCIs address shock hazards.

Southwire TRC Duplex GFCI Box 28438802




15A In-Line GFCI Portable Duplex Box 12/3 Cord Set. P/N 28438802

  • 120V/15A In-Line GFCI Duplex Box 12/3 Cord Set NEMA 5-15P (2) 5-15R
  • Volts/Amps: 120V/15A
  • Cord Gauge: 12/3 AWG
  • NEMA 5-15P & (2) 5-15R
  • Trip Level: 4 - 6 mA
  • cULus Listed
  • Rainproof Rated
TRC Southwire Quad GFCI Box 284688023












20A In-Line GFCI Portable Quad Box 12/3 Cord Set P/N 284688023 - (15 amp version is P/N 28458802 - 5-15P)


  • 120V/20A In-Line GFCI Quad Box 12/3 Cord Set NEMA L5-20P (4) 5-20R
  • Volts/Amps: 120V/20A
  • Cord Gauge: 12/3 AWG
  • NEMA L5-20 Twist-Lock Plug & (4) 5-20 Straight Blade Receptacles
  • Trip Level: 4 - 6 mA
  • cULus Listed
  • Rainproof Rated
GFCI Quad Box 20 amps, 120 volts, 









25080122


20A In-Line GFCI Quad Box 12/3 Cord Set
P/N is 25080122-3 

  • 120V/20A In-Line GFCI Quad Box 12/3 Cord Set NEMA 5-20P (4) 5-20R
  • Volts/Amps: 120V/20A
  • Cord Gauge: 12/3 AWG
  • NEMA 5-20P & (4) 5-20R
  • Trip Level: 4 - 6 mA
  • cULus Listed
  • Rainproof Rated
TRC Quad Box GFCI p/n 14880003












Right Angle GFCI Quad Box 12/3 Cord Set

  • Volts/Amps: 120V/15A
  • Cord Gauge: 12/3 AWG
  • NEMA 5-15P & (4) 5-15R
  • Trip Level: 4 - 6 mA
  • cULus Listed
  • Rainproof Rated
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14880402-3, 26020009-3, 26020004-1, 25080122-3, 
28458802, 25080123-2, 28438802, 28468802, 14880121-1


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216-765-4230
www.sordselectric.com

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Wednesday, May 26, 2021

OSHA Specifications, Definitions and Standards

OSHA - Occupational Safety and Health Administration

STANDARDS    SPECIFICATIONS    DEFINITIONS

GFCI  ELCI  SAFETY PRODUCTS

GFCI 50 amp Protection Distribution Box p/n 19703R02










OSHA Specifications

OSHA REGULATIONS GROUND FAULT PROTECTION 29CFR1910.304(b)(3)(ii)(A) All 125-volt, single-phase, 15-, 20-, and 30-ampere receptacle outlets that are not part of the permanent wiring of the building or structure and that are in use by personnel shall have ground-fault circuit-interrupter protection for personnel. Note 1 to paragraph (b)(3)(ii)(A) of this section: A cord connector on an extension cord set is considered to be a receptacle outlet if the cord set is used for temporary electric power. Note 2 to paragraph (b)(3)(ii)(A) of this section: Cord sets and devices incorporating the required ground-fault circuit-interrupter that are connected to the receptacle closest to the source of power are acceptable forms of protection. 29CFR1910.304(b)(3)(ii)(B) Receptacles other than 125 volt, single-phase, 15-, 20-, and 30-ampere receptacles that are not part of the permanent wiring of the building or structure and that are in use by personnel shall have ground-fault circuit-interrupter protection for personnel. 29CFR1910.304(b)(3)(ii)(C) Where the ground-fault circuit-interrupter protection required by paragraph (b)(3)(ii)(B) of this section is not available for receptacles other than 125-volt, single-phase, 15-, 20-, and 30-ampere, the employer shall establish and implement an assured equipment grounding conductor program covering cord sets, receptacles that are not a part of the building or structure, and equipment connected by cord and plug that are available for use or used by employees on those receptacles. This program shall comply with the following requirements (2 pages…) 1926.404(b)(ii) Ground-fault circuit interrupters. All 120-volt, single-phase, 15- and 20-ampere receptacle outlets on construction sites, which are not a part of the permanent wiring of the building or structure and which are in use by employees, shall have approved ground-fault circuit interrupters for personnel protection. Receptacles on a two-wire, single-phase portable or vehicle-mounted generator rated not more than 5kW, where the circuit conductors of the generator are insulated from the generator frame and all other grounded surfaces, need not be protected with ground-fault circuit interrupters. 

CORD PROTECTION 29CFR1910.304(b)(1) Examination. Electric equipment shall be free from recognized hazards that are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to employees. Safety of equipment shall be determined using the following considerations: (viii) Other factors that contribute to the practical safeguarding of persons using or likely to come in contact with the equipment. (7) Mechanical execution of work. Electric equipment shall be installed in a neat and workmanlike manner. 29CFR1910.305(a)(2)(x) Flexible cords and cables shall be protected from accidental damage, as might be caused, for example, by sharp corners, projections, and doorways or other pinch points. 29CFR1910.305(a)(2)(xi) Cable assemblies and flexible cords and cables shall be supported in place at intervals that ensure that they will be protected from physical damage. Support shall be in the form of staples, cables ties, straps, or similar type fittings installed so as not to cause damage. 1926.403 (b)(1) the employer shall ensure that electrical equipment is free from recognized hazards that are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to employees. Safety equipment shall be determined on the basis of the following considerations: (vii) Other factors which contribute to the practical safeguarding of employees using or likely to come in contact with the equipment. 29CFR1926.405(a)(2)(ii)(B) Branch circuits shall originate in a power outlet or panelboard. Conductors shall be run as multi-conductor cord or cable assemblies or open conductors, or shall be run in raceways. All conductors shall be protected by over-current devices at their ampacity. Runs of open conductors shall be located where the conductors will not be subject to physical damage, and the conductors shall be fastened at intervals not exceeding 10 feet (3.05 m). No branch-circuit conductors shall be laid on the floor. Each branch circuit that supplies receptacles or fixed equipment shall contain a separate equipment grounding conductor if the branch circuit is run as open conductors. 29CFR1926.416(e)(1) Worn or frayed electric cords or cables shall not be used. 


TRC 44700 / 44720 GFCI 30 Amp Series GFCI's














2020 NEC New Standard in GFCI Protection

Article 210.63(A) for HVAC equipment & Article 210.63(B) for indoor service equipment and indoor equipment requiring dedicated space

 HVAC equipment in a basement is currently covered in code requiring basement circuits to be GFCI protected. HVAC equipment located in attics and other tight area is not currently covered by any GFCI requirement. The CMP recognized that many HVAC areas are typically tight working spaces where technicians perform justified energized work (they can’t troubleshoot a de-energized circuit). The 2020 code update assures equipment requiring service has a GFCI protected receptacle outlet that is readily accessible. 

Article 210.8(F) 

Code is updated for ALL outdoor outlets supplied by single phase branch circuits rated 150 volts to ground or less, 50 amps or less. This increased from 20 amps and now extends beyond receptacles to include ALL outlets and includes ALL hard-wired equipment. 

The National Electrical Code (NEC®) requires use of listed products to meet the requirements of various “Articles” within the code. 

We currently have the capability and current products that OEM and installers could use to comply with these changes without changing the electrical panel. Existing in line models can be offered as an optional installation kit by the OEM’s. The OEM could also choose to have an optional factory installed GFCI built into the equipment that would utilize our panel mount version. 

2021 UL 943 GFCI Certification Requirement Changes

WHEN IS IT EFFECTIVE: MAY 5, 2021

PARAGRAPHS AFFECTED 

Paragraphs 5.16 and 6.27 have been revised to include the extension of Auto-monitoring and end of life requirements to ALL types of GFCI’s Paragraphs 6.31.2 (d) and (e) have been revised to improve the auto-monitoring function of permanently connected GFCI’s 

WHAT THE CHANGES MEAN 

The changes to these paragraphs now requires ALL GFCI circuits to be provided with an auto-monitoring function. Prior to this change the auto-monitoring function was only applicable to permanently connected GFCI’s. Now all GFCI’s will be required to have periodic, automatic testing of the devices ability to respond to a ground fault. This test will occur each time the power becomes available to the load terminals and will be initiated within 5 seconds of power on and shall be repeated every three hours. If the auto-monitoring circuit detects a problem the circuit will deny power (trip with inability to reset) or trip with the ability to reset, subject to the next auto-monitoring test cycle. 

**Southwire GFCI products will self test within 1/10th of a second, after power on, and will self test every 17 minutes** 

Reason for the change In layman’s terms, currently, the user has to press the test button on a GFCI device to determine if the GFCI is operational. This is hazardous as many GFCI users do not test the circuit prior to use or during the GFCI life cycle. Auto-monitoring ensures the GFCI is ALWAYS operational against a potential life threatening ground fault event without user intervention. 

DEFINITIONS & STANDARDS 

GFCI 

 Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter is an LCPD specifically intended for the protection of people from shock hazard. A GFCI is a device that will immediately stop the flow of electricity if it senses any voltage loss, whether the loss is through the ground wire or to your body. 

EGFPD 

Equipment Ground-Fault Protective Devices (EGFPD) These devices operate to disconnect the electric circuit from the source supply when the ground-fault current exceeds the ground-fault pick up level marked on the equipment. EGFPS’s are intended to be installed only on grounded alternating-current systems IAW National Electric code. EGFPD’s are intended for use in applications where ground-fault protection of equipment is required. EGFPD’s are not intended to be used in place of GFCI where a GFCI is required by NEC. 

ELCI 

Equipment Leakage Circuit Interrupters are a class of LCPD not considered to be “people protectors,” and are generally only intended for equipment protection. ELCIs are virtually identical with ALCIs with the exception that the trip level is set higher than 6mA. 

ALCI 

Appliance Leakage Current Interrupters are a class of leakage current protection devices closely related to GFCIs. In fact, they share the same limits for trip level and response time. The main difference is that ALCI’s are intended for use only in circuits with a solidly grounded neutral conductor. 

LCDI 

Leakage Current Detection Interrupter cord sets are intended to sense leakage currents flowing between or from conductors of the cord set and interrupt the circuit. 

AFCI 

Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters are designed to mitigate the affect of electrical arcs. Defined by UL 1699 they can be provided as circuit breakers, outlet devices, combination devices, adapters and cord sets. The AFCI must differentiate a normal arc (i.e., power tool, light switch, etc.) from a bad arc (i.e., a parallel fault in the wiring). To avoid nuisance tripping, the trip levels are quite higher and time longer than GFCIs, ALCIs or LCDIs. A cord type AFCI’s maximum trip level is 75A for parallel fault and 5A for a series fault, both of which could be a fire in progress. 

PRCD 

Portable Residual Current Devices are designed for use in international applications and intended to protect people from electrical shock by interrupting the electrical circuit to a load when a fault current exceeds its rated trip level. They are compliant with IEC and NEMA standards, depending upon your country of use, and are available in 120V to 230V versions with 6-30mA trip levels. 

UL STANDARDS 

UL Listed products are used in applications where the product is not an integral part of the manufactured system. UL Listed wire and cable products are intended for use within residential, commercial or industrial buildings. 

OSHA REGULATIONS 

OSHA’s scope of regulation covers three major business areas; the Construction Industry, the Maritime Industry and a third category, General Industry, which covers most other business enterprises except for those in mining and agriculture which are overseen by other government agencies. OSHA’s regulations are Federal Law and are contained in the U.S. Government’s Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Violations of OSHA regulations can subject companies to legal action and fines. 

NEC (NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE) STANDARDS 

The National Electrical Code (NEC®) requires use of listed products to meet the requirements of various “Articles” within the code. 

TRC Southwire HD-Pro High Power GFCIs
24396 001 30 amp, 24542 001 60 amp, 24646 001 30 amp
24672 001 60 amp, 24846 001 30 amp













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216-765-4230
www.sordselectric.com

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Thursday, April 29, 2021

Watlow Solid State Relays

Sords Electric Sells Watlow Solid State Relays

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The power controller is a discrete output device that regulates your system with guidance from the temperature controller. There are three common power controllers: electromechanical relays, solid-state relays and silicon-controlled rectifiers (SCRs).

Watlow solid state relays (SSR) offer many of the advantages of solid state power controllers, but at a lower cost. Watlow's extensive knowledge in power controller design led to the development of a special fast cycle input card that enables a solid state relay to operate from a standard 4-20mA instrumentation command signal. Test results show that zero-cross solid state relays in combination with the fast cycle card promote better temperature control and longer heater life than slow cycle relays. Through a time proportional cycle rate of 1⁄10 of a second, heater life will be extended.

Both low and high voltage solid state relays are available from 24 to 660VAC. All ac output models include back-to-back silicon controlled rectifiers (SCRs) for a more rugged design than the traditional triac-based solid state relay. The internal design allows it to tolerate high currents and harsh electrical environments of heavy industry. Watlow also offers a switched VDC model for dc heating applications.

Watlow provides all of the components necessary for trouble-free operation. This includes two standard convenience items: a thermal foil to ensure proper thermal transfer from the relay to the heat sink and belleville washers to ensure that the relay is mounted with sufficient pressure to enable good heat transfer. Matched semiconductor fuses and heat sinks are available to complete the power switching package.

Watlow SSR Solid State Relay










AC input, 75 Amps
AC input, 50 Amps
AC input, 25 Amps
DC input, 75 Amps
DC input, 50 Amps
DC input, 25 Amps
DC input, 50 Amps
DC input, 25 Amps
DC input, 10 Amps

Relays may need to be deRated based on ambient temperature or how and where they are mounted. The rule of thumb is to only switch 80% of the amp rating.

For three phase use, please use 3 relays, one per phase.

UL recognized File #151484 and #E73741 CSA certified up to 600VAC, File #LR700195 VDE 60950 License # 40021401, File #1995500 up to 480VAC, CE

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Sords Electric
Cleveland, Ohio
www.sordselectric.com

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Diversified Electronics TSF Solid State Repeat Cycle Timer

Sords Electric Sells the TSF Repeat Cycle Timer (Off time first) by Diversified.

For a Quote, please click HERE!


About the TSF Repeat Cycle-OFF Time First Solid-State Output Timer from ATC Diversified Electronics:

Application of voltage to the input of the timer initiates the OFF time. Upon completion of the OFF time, the load energizes and the ON time begins. Upon completion of the ON time, the load de-energizes and one cycle is completed. This OFF/ON cycling continues until voltage is removed from the input. The OFF/ON time periods are independently adjustable. 

Features:

  • Voltage to input initiates the off time
  • OFF/ON times independently adjustable

Diversified / ATC TSF
Repeat Cycle Timer
Off Time first




















OPERATION: Application of voltage to the input of the timer initiates the OFF time. Upon completion of the OFF time, the load energizes and the ON time begins. Upon completion of the ON time, the load de-energizes and one cycle is completed. This OFF/ON cycling continues until voltage is removed from the input. The OFF/ON time periods are independently adjustable.

Solid-state, SPST-N.O. 
1 amp resistive; RATING 
1 amp 25VA @ 24VAC 
1 amp 125VA @ 120VAC 
 .5 amp 125VA @ 240 VAC


Part Numbers
TSF24AFC, 24 volts, fixed Timing
TSF120AFC, 120 volts, fixed timing
TSF240AFC, 240 volts, fixed timing
TSF24ARC, 24 volts, Adjustable Timing
TSF120ARC, 120 volts, Adjustable timing
TSF240ARC, 240 volts, Adjustable timing

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216-765-4230
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ATC 500 TC PID Controller for Industry

ATC 500 Temperature PID Controller
Sold by Sords Electric

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1/16 DIN Advanced, Full Featured PID Temperature Controller

• Dual Display, 4 digit, 7 segment LED 

• TC/RTD Input, Analog Input 

• ON/OFF, PID, PID Autotune 

• C/F degrees selectable 

• Heat Cool PID 

• Ramp Soak 

• Soft Start 

• 1/16 DIN (48 x 48 mm)


The ATC 500 Series Temperature Controller TC PID Controller from Automatic Timing & Controls is an industrial grade TC/PID controller.  It comes standard with a dual 4-digit 7-segment LED display and 17 selectable inputs (T/C, RTD, current and voltage).

Other features include auto-tune, Celsius and Fahrenheit selectable scale, choice of outputs (relay, SSR, current, voltage), heat-cool control, ramp-soak, soft start, led indicators and RS485 communication. The ATC 500 Series TC PID Controller is also UL approved and CE certified.

Features:

  • Dual Display, 4-digit, 7-segment LED
  • TC/RTD Input, Analog Input
  • ON-OFF, PID, PID Autotune
  • C/F degrees selectable
  • Heat Cool PID
  • Ramp Soak
  • Soft Start
  • 1/16 DIN (48 x 48 mm)

ATC 500 Temperature Controller










CONTROL 1 - OUTPUT - SPECIFICATIONS:

Contact Rating (SPST):  5a @ 230VAC / 30VDC resistive  
SSR Drive (Voltage Pulse): 18VDC 20ma 
Current: 0/4 to 20ma dc (loop impedence 500 ohms max Voltage: 0 to 5/10 VDC (load resistance 10K ohms min)

ALARM 2 - OUTPUT - SPECIFICATION:

Contact Rating (SPST): 5a @ 230VAC / 30VDC resistive 
SSR DRIVE: 12VDC 20ma

SUPPLY VOLTAGE: 85 to 270V AC/DC (50/60 Hz)

RETRANSMISSION: 

Current: 0/4 to 20ma DC (loop impedence 500 ohms max) 
Voltage: 0 to 5/10V DC (load resistance 10k ohms min) Update Rate: 100msec

Compliance:

  • IEC/EN 61326 (EMI/EMC)
  • IEC/EN 61010 Revision 3 2010 Edition (Safety)
  • UL 61010 Revision 3 2010 Edition (Safety)
Part Numbers:

ATC500000100: Relay Relay Relay 85-270V AC/DC
ATC500000400: Relay Relay Relay Coms 85-270V AC/DC
ATC500010500: Relay 12V DC SSR 12V DC SSR Coms 85-270V AC/DC
ATC500200100: 4-20ma Relay Relay 85-270V AC/DC
ATC500200400: 4-20ma Relay Relay Coms 85-270V AC/DC
ATC500300100: 0-10V Relay Relay 85-270V AC/DC
ATC500300400: 0-10v Relay Relay Coms 85-270V AC/DC


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Sords Electric
216-765-4230
www.sordselectric.com