Monday, April 29, 2019

ATC SLM Voltage Monitor

Sords Electric sells the ATC SLM series 3 Phase Voltage Monitor


The SLM Series Microprocessor-based Three-Phase Monitor from the ATC Diversified Electronics division of Marsh Bellofram Corporation is a microprocessor based 3 phase monitor. This device protects 3 phase equipment from under voltage, over voltage, phase loss, phase reversal, phase unbalance, phase shift and frequency shift. Models available up to 690 vac and comes complete with automatic or manual reset, delay-on-make timer, LED indicators for fault conditions and last fault memory.



ATC Diversified Voltage Monitor SLM


Features

Models available to 690 VAC
Automatic or Manual Reset
Delay-On-Make Timer
LED Indicators for Fault Conditions
Last Fault Memory
Screw Driver Adjustment for Time Delay, 
Voltage and Mode of Operation





The ATC Diversified voltage monitor 

SLM series protects against :
Under Voltage
Over Voltage
Phase Loss
Phase Reversal
Phase Unbalance
Phase Shift
Frequency Shift

Part Numbers are :

SLM-120-ASE (Max Voltage is 143)
SLM-230-ASE (Max Voltage is 275)
SLM-380-ASE (Max Voltage is 457)
SLM-440-ASE (Max Voltage is 540)
SLM-575-ASE (Max Voltage is 690)


Sords Electric
216-765-4230
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Saturday, March 30, 2019

Selecting Solid State Relays

Sords Electric Sells SSRs or Solid State Relays
Selecting the right relay is important for long life and application efficiency.





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Here is guide to selecting and installing (SSRs) Solid State Relays.

A solid state relay or SSR is an electronic device that switches loads on or off when an external voltage or signal is applied to its control terminals. The lack of moving parts in an SSR allows it to switch much faster that electromechanical relays while avoiding the creation for electrical arcs. Solid Sate Relays are also silent, so users won't be subjected to the annoying noise associated with electromechanical relays. Furthermore, because SSRs have no moving parts or contacts that can wear out, SSRs last longer and require less maintenance than electromechanical relays.

SSRs are used in a variety of applications where quick, silent switching is advantageous. Some of these industries include: plastics/rubber, Food and beverage, processing, packaging, HVAC, semiconductor, oil/gas, transportation, conveyors, power or energy systems, printing, laboratory,kiln/oven, lighting, medical/pharmaceutical, and motion control.

How will your solid state relays be mounted/installed?


SSRs are available in a few mooting configurations. Printed circuit board (PCB) mont SSRs are limited in load size due to electric creepage and clearance distance and heat dissipation constraints.
Chassis munt SSRs are often installed to a back panel of an electrical panel but may also mount directly to a metal surface within a machine or appliance. Typically, the SSR can be mounted without a heat sink if the load is un 5 amps or under 8 amps if the mounting surface is an unpainted metal plate. To achieve the desired maximum SSR output rating, a sink sink must be properly sized and installed along with the SSR.

Engineers wo tont want to worry about properly sizing and mooting a heat sink can opt for an SSR with an integrated heat sink. These typically snap directly onto the DIN rail and are ready to wire up and use. Many of the more advanced Ssts, such as those enabling proportional control, are available in this design.  Is it also easier to obtain agency approval with SSRs integrated heat sinks, which are typically cUL listed and carry horse power ratings.

How Many Poles Need to be Switched?


When selecting a Solid State Relay, you will need to know how many polkas  (or lines of voyage) are to be switched to the load.  If your application uses a DC load, you'll need a one pole DC switching SSR. For a single-phase AC load you'll need a one pole AC switching SSR.  For a three phase AC load, you'll need to determine if you want to switch all three poles to the load or if you can get by with only switching 2 poles.  This can be achieved with a two-pole or three-pole three phase switching SSR.

What is Your Load Voltage and Current?


You will need to determine the maximum AC or DC voltage and current for your load. These variables are typically found on the specification of your motor, heater or other electrical device. For AC loads, SSRs usually switch on phase at 120 or 240 VAC or for three phase applications: 208, 240, 480 or 600 VAC.  Also factor in any potential power sags or surges in the application location when determining the minimum and maximum load voltage. DC loads are gong to be powered by DC voltage.
For motors, you will need to know the maximum horse power or kilowatt rainy at the respective voltage of your application. Check for these specs on the motor name plate.

What is the control voltage or input signal to turn the SSR on?


Next you'll need to determine another kind of voltage, the pick-up voltage that is required to energize your load as its turn off voltage (at which your load will de-energize). These are the critical control voltages for your SSR, and are usually found on your loads spec sheet. Unlike electromechanical relays or contractors which typically are controlled by a fixed voltage, SSrs have input ranges either VDC or dual VAC/VDC.
If you wish to proportionally control your load, you'll need some additional specs to choose the proper SSR. Proportional control is typically done with a 0-5, 1-5 or 0-10 VDC input or a 4-20mA control signal. Be sure to consult with a SSR manufacturer to determine the optimum out-put switching type for your load application, as it can get a bit sophisticated. Proportional output types include phase angle, distributed full cycle, burst full cycle, soft start and burst full cycle with soft start.

What is the Ambient temperature where the SSR will be installed or located?


The maximum SSR current rating depends upon the ambient temperature where is will be used and installed. Heightened temperatures can reduce the SSRs current rating.  Any SSRs are mounted on a chassis and require a heat sink t ptomaine their performance. you will need to know the ambient temperature, as well as the mounting orientation upfront, to properly ensure the right type of heat sink is specified.  Highly competent SSR manufacturers provide online tools to help match single or multiple SSRs with the appropriate heat sink. With Din rail mountable SSRs the heat sink is already integrated and the ratings are typically listed on the side of the device or data sheet for various ambient temperatures.  Keep in mind that higher ambient temperatures will require you to de-rate the current rating of the Solid State Relay.


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216-765-4230

Sunday, February 24, 2019

MDI 100 Amp Mercury Relays

Sords Electric Sells 100 Amp Mercury Relays from MDI

Mercury Relays are devices that use Mercury to conduct and electrical circuit to turn on and off an electrical circuit. The Mercury Relays or contactors can switch very quickly and have a very long life. Mercury relays are a preferred method to turning on electrical resistance heating elements. Mercury relays are also excellent in traffic control as they have a very high ambient temperature resistance.

Mercury Relay features:


  • ADVANTAGES OVER ELECTROMECHANICAL AND SOLID STATE RELAYS
    1. Superior Performance and Reliability
      1. Long life
      2. Durable
    2. Compact Size
    3. Low, Predictable Contact Resistance
    4. Reduced RFI for Improved Interface Capability
    5. Handles a Variety of Loads
      1. Increases design flexibility
    6. Rapid On-Off Cycling Capability
      1. Mercury quickly dissipates contact heat
    7. Low Coil Power Requirements
    8. Minimal Derating Due to Higher Ambient Temperatures
    9. Quiet Action
  • DESIGN and CONSTRUCTION
    1. Contacts are within a hermetically sealed steel body
      1. Impervious to adverse conditions
      2. No external arcing
    2. Arcing is in a gaseous atmosphere
      1. Quenches the arc
      2. Extends relay life
    3. Only one moving part (the plunger)
      1. No buttons to pit, weld or burn out
    4. One coil for each set of contacts
      1. Assures consistent switching
      2. Minimizes pull-in variation between contacts
    5. Epoxy encapsulated
      1. Moisture resistant
      2. High dielectric strength
      3. Permanently fixes contacts to coil; eliminating possible misalignment
      4. Helps dissipate heat and noise
      5. Rugged (impact resistant)
  • BENEFITS
    1. Reduction of Operational and Maintenance costs
    2. Increases Utilization and Productivity of Equipment
      1. By reducing down-time
    3. Installation and service is a routine operation
      1. Simple to install
      2. No sophisticated equipment is required
      3. Easy to trouble-shoot




  • MDI Mercury relays come in single pole, double Pole, 3 pole and 4 pole versions and both normally open and normally closed. Normally open are more common for heaters. The voltage rating is for the contractor coil.  All the MDI mercury contractors can switch their rated amperage and up to 600 volts.

    Single Pole MDI 100 Amp Mercury Contactors




    MDI 100NO120A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Single Pole, 120vac Coil
    MDI 100NO24A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Single Pole, 24vac Coil
    MDI 100NO220A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Single Pole, 220vac Coil

    MDI 100NO480A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Single Pole, 480vac Coil

    MDI 100NO24D, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Single Pole, 24vdc Coil

    Double Pole MDI 100 Amp Mercury Contactors



    MDI 2100NO120A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Two Pole, 120vac

    MDI 2100NO24A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Two Pole, 24vac

    MDI 2100NO220A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Two Pole, 220vac

    MDI 2100NO480A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Two Pole, 480vac

    MDI 2100NO24D, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Two Pole, 24vdc

    Three Pole MDI 100 Amp Mercury Contactors



    MDI 3100NO120A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Three Pole, 120vac

    MDI 3100NO24A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Three Pole, 24vac

    MDI 3100NO220A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Three Pole, 220vac

    MDI 3100NO480A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Three Pole, 480vac

    MDI 3100NO24D, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Three Pole, 24vdc

    Four Pole MDI 100 Amp Mercury Contactors







    MDI 4100NO120A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Four Pole, 120vac

    MDI 4100NO24A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Four Pole, 24vac

    MDI 4100NO220A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Four Pole, 220vac

    MDI 4100NO480A, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Four Pole, 480vac

    MDI 4100NO24D, 100 amp Mercury Contactor, Four Pole, 24vdc

    Contact Sords Electric

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    216-7656-4230
    www.sordselectric.com

    Thursday, January 31, 2019

    Watlow Tubular Heating Elements - WATROD

    Watlow WATROD tubular Heating Elements from Sords Electric

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    The Watlow WATROD tubular heating elements come in either single or double ended termination styles.  The versatile and economical WATROD heating element fem Watlow lends s itself to virtually the range of immersion and air heating applications.

    The single ended WATROD tubular design has both terminals at one end.  The opposite end is sealed. Flexible lead wires are 12 inches (305mm) crimp connected to the terminal pin and have a silicone-impreganted fiberglass over sleeves.

    The double ended WATROD, with its round cross-sectional geometry is highly adaptable for bending- especially when bending is done in the field. Watlow's doulbe-ended MULTICOIL tubular elements offer various combinations of resistor coils and thermocouples inside one sheath. They have the ability to sense the heater's internal temperature accurately every time, or offer three phase capability in one element.

    Both Single and double ended WATRODs share many construction features delivering long life- the resistance wire is centered in the heater sheath and electrically insulated  with compacted, high grade magnesium oxide, MgO, for superior heating performance.

    WATROD heating elements have a variety of mounting and termination options making them highly popular among industrial customers.

    Single-Ended WATROD Performance Capabilities

    * Watt Densities up to 45 W/inches squared.
    * UL and CSA component recognition up to 240VAC
    *Alloy 800/840 and stainless steel sheath temperatures up to 1200ºF

    Double-Ended WATROD Performance Capabilities

    * Watt Densities up to 120W/inches squared.
    * UL and CSA component recognition up to 600VAC
    *Alloy 800/840 and stainless steel sheath temperatures up to 1600ºF
    * Stainless Steel sheath temperatures up to 1200ºF
    * Steel sheath temperatures up to 750ºF
    * Alloy 800 sheath temperatures up to 1800ºF

    Features and Benefits

    Precision wound nickel-chromium resistance wire that distributes heat evenly to the sheath for optimum heater performance.
    Silicon resin seals to protect against moisture contamination and is rated to 221ºF.
    MgO insulation filled sheath to maximize dielectric strength, heat transfer and heater life.
    Standard sheath materials include Steel, 304/316 stainless Steel, alloy 800/840 and alloy 600.
    The 53 standard bend formations allows forming the heating element to the application and includes spirals, compound bends and multi-axis/multi-plane configurations.
    Stainless Steel Studs are fusion welded to the terminal pins for mechanical strength.

    Applications include:

    Direct Immersion, Hot Runner Mold, Forced Air, Ovens, Radiant, Clamp-On,
    Vacuums, Semiconductor, Platens, Deicing antennas, Plastic Wrap, Seal Bars

    Element Diameters, Sheath Lengths and Max Volts and Amps:

    Dia.   Volts         Amps    Length
    .260  250VAC  15 amps  9" to 270"
    .315  480VAC  30 amps  9" to 270"
    .375  480VAC  30 amps  11" to 360"
    .430  600VAC  40 amps  11" to 360"
    .475  600VAC  40 amps  11" to 275"


    FOR A QUOTE, USE OUR CONTACT US FORMHERE!

    Watlow RGS Tubular Series WATROD Elements

    MEDIUM WEIGHT, NON-CIRCULATING, HEAT TRANSFER OILS
    15 Watts per Sq. Inch, Steel Sheath
    Sheath Lengths from 29 inches to 143 inches
    Wattages from 500 to 3000 (3kw)

    240 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGSS29R10S, RGSS38G10S, RGSS44G10S, RGSS53G10S, RGSS68G10S 
    RGSS83G10S, RGSS98G10S, RGSS120G10S, RGSS142R10S

    480 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGSS38G11S, RGSS44G11S, RGSS53G11S, RGSS68G11S
    RGSS83G11S, RGSS98G11S, RGSS120G11S, RGSS142R11S

    Watlow RCN Tubular Series WATROD Elements

    AIR HEATING
    20 Watts per Sq. Inch, ALLOY 840 Sheath, .430 Diameter
    Sheath Lengths from 48 inches to 92 inches
    Wattages from 1000 to 2083

    240 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RCN48N10S, RCN58N10S

    480 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RCN48N11S, RCN58N11S, RCN73N11S, RCN91N11S

    AIR HEATING
    30 Watts per Sq. Inch, ALLOY 840 Sheath, .430 Diameter
    Sheath Lengths from 15 inches to 120 inches
    Wattages from 400 to 5000 (5kw)

    240 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RCN1510S, RCN2010S, RCN2510S, RCN3010S, RCN3510S, RCN4010S
    RCNX48N10S, RCN4510S, RCN5010S, RCNX58N10S, RCN5510S, RCN6010S
    RCN6510S, RCN7010S, RCN7510S, RCN8010S, RCN9010S, RCN10010S
    RCN11010S, RCN12010S

    480 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RCNX48N11S, RCNX58N11S, RCNX73N11S, RCNX91N11S

    Watlow RBN and RGN Tubular Series WATROD Elements

    CAUSTIC SOLUTIONS or AIR HEATING
    23 Watts per Sq. Inch, ALLOY 800 Sheath, .315 and .475 Diameter
    Sheath Lengths from 29 inches to 157 inches
    Wattages from 500 to 5000 (5kw)

    120 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RBN291S, RBN401S, RBN511S, RGNA391S

    240 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGNA3910S, RGNA5410S, RGNA6910S, RGNA8410S,
    RGNA9910S, RGNA13210S, RGNA15710S

    Watlow RBS Tubular Series WATROD Elements

    LIGHT WEIGHT, HEAT TRANSFER OILS
    23 Watts per Sq. Inch, Steel Sheath, .315 Diameter
    Sheath Lengths from 16 inches to 77 inches
    Wattages from 250 to 1500 (1.5 kw)

    120 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RBS161S, RBS181SRBS211SRBS23G1SRBS28R1S 
    RBS291SRBS421SRBS541SRBS771S

    240 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RBS1610S, RBS2110SRBS2910S
    RBS4210S, RBS5410SRBS7710S

    Watlow RGS Tubular Series WATROD Elements

    LIGHT OILS, GREASES, HEAT TRANSFER OILS
    23 Watts per Sq. Inch, Steel Sheath, .475 Diameter
    Sheath Lengths from 23 inches to 157 inches
    Wattages from 500 to 5000 (5 kw)

    120 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGS231S, RGS311SRGS391S
    RGS451S, RGS541S, RGS691SRGS841S

    240 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGS2310S, RGS3110SRGS3910S, RGS4510S
    RGS5410SRGS8410SRGS9910S, RGS13210S, RGS15710S

    480 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGS3911SRGS5411SRGS6911SRGS8411S
    RGS9911S, RGS10611SRGS13211SRGS14411SRGS15711S

    Watlow RAN & RBN Tubular Series WATROD Elements

    AIR HEATING
    30 Watts per Sq. Inch, Alloy 800 Sheath, .260 Diameter and .315 Diameter
    Sheath Lengths from 20 inches to 100 inches
    Wattages from 400 to 3000 (3 kw)

    120 VOLT PART RAN NUMBERS
    RAN2010S, RAN2510SRAN3010S, RAN3510S, RAN4010S
    RAN4510S, RAN5010SRAN5510SRAN6010S, RAN6510S
    RAN7010S, RAN7510S, RAN8010S

    120 VOLT PART RBN NUMBERS
    RBN1510S, RBN2010SRBN2510SRBN3010SRBN3510S
    RBN4010S, RBN4510SRBN5010SRBN5510SRBN6010S
    RBN6510SRBN7010SRBN7510S, RBN8010S, RBN9010S, RBN10010S

    FOR A QUOTE, USE OUR CONTACT US FORMHERE!

    Watlow RGN Tubular Series WATROD Elements

    PROCESS WATER
    48 Watts per Sq. Inch, Alloy 800 Sheath, .475 Diameter
    Sheath Lengths from 23 inches to 157 inches
    Wattages from 1000 to 9722 (9.7 kw)

    120 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGN231S, RGN301SRGN391S, RGN441S

    240 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGN2310S, RGN3010SRGN3910SRGN4410S
    RGN5410SRGN6910SRGN8410SRGN9910S

    480 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGN2311SRGN3011SRGN3911SRGN4411S, RGN5411S
    RGN6911SRGN8411SRGN9211SRGN9911SRGN14911S


    Watlow RGR Tubular Series WATROD Elements

    DEIONIZED WATER, DEMINERALIZED WATER
    60 Watts per Sq. Inch, 316 SS Sheath, .475 Diameter
    Sheath Lengths from 20 inches to 105 inches
    Wattages from 1000 to 8333 (8.3 kw)

    120 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGR201S, RGR261S

    240 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGR2010S, RGR2610SRGR3410SRGR4010S
    RGR4610SRGR5710SRGR6810SRGR7910S

    480 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RGR2011S, RGR2611SRGR3411SRGR4011S, RGR4711S
    RGR4611SRGR5711SRGR6811SRGR7911S, RGR10511S


    Watlow RBR Tubular Series WATROD Elements

    HOT RUNNER MOLDS
    60 Watts per Sq. Inch, 316 SS Sheath, .315 Diameter
    Sheath Lengths from 35 inches to 85 inches
    Wattages from 1500 to 4500 (.5 kw)

    240 VOLT PART NUMBERS
    RBR3510S, RBR4410S, RBR5210S, RBR6010S
    RBR6910S, RBR7710S, RBR8510S


    FOR A QUOTE, USE OUR CONTACT US FORM, HERE!


    Sords Electric
    216-765-4230
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    Watlow WATROD tubular heating elements for industrial applications.

    Sunday, January 27, 2019

    Sords Electric SSAC Over Stock Timing Devices

    By Sords Electric

    Solid State Advanced Control Timers Over Stock at Sords Electric

    SSAC was also known as Entrelec, ABB, Sycom and now Littlefuse

    For a Quote, Please use our SSAC/Littelfuse Parts Form HERE!


    SSAC FS146 Flasher 75 Flashes per Minute, 1 Amp
    SSAC FS 146 Flasher


    SSAC KSDB321P 1-100 Second Timer, 1 amp
    SSAC 2x2 Timer - 100 seconds









    SSAC FS152-50 Flasher 50 Flashes per Minute, 3 amps, 30 amps Inrush
    SSAC Flasher FS152-50









    SSAC FS152 Flasher 90 Flashes per Minute 3 amps and 30 maps Inrush
    SSAC FS 152 Flasher








    SSAC KSDS4110M 10 minute timer, 1 amp and 10 amps Inrush
    SSAC 2x2 10 minute timer









    SSAC KSDR40A0 Adjustable timer .1 - 10 seconds and 2 delays 1 amp
    SSAC 2x2 10 second Timer









    SSAC TRDU120A2 Universal TDR
    SSAC Octal Socket TDR














    SSAC TDBL12D TDR 12 vdc 102 seconds adjustable
    SSAC Delay on Break TDR















    These parts and new and unused.

    For a Quote, Please use our SSAC/Littelfuse Parts Form HERE!

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    Solid State Advanced Control (SSAC) Timers made by Littelfuse

    Thursday, January 24, 2019

    Southwire TRC Panel Mount 33240 GFCI

    Sords Electric Stocks the TRC Southwire 33240-001-3 GFCI

    Click to view or purchase  HERE!


    TRC Southwire Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters Panel Mounts provide personnel protection and equipment protection when leakage current levels reach potentially lethal ground current in excess of 6 milliamperes.  The TRC Southwire 33240 GFCI is ideal for equipment where mounting applications require panel or bulk head mounts.










    Applications can include Control panels, Test Beds, Pumping Systems, Appliance, Boat Lifts, Pressure Washers, Winch systems and wash systems.

    The Southward TRC 33240 has an automatic reset on power restoration following a disruption of primary power but is a manual reset with a Ground Fault trip.

    The TRC 33240 is rated for 240 volts.
    The Southward 33240 is rated to 20 Amps.
    The TRC 33240 has a trip level of 4-6 mA (Milliamperes)
    The Southwire 33240 is UR listed.


    The TRC 33120 is the 120 volt option.  Click to view or purchase HERE!


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    216-765-4230
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    TRC 33240 Ground Fault GFCI Panel Mount

    Monday, December 31, 2018

    Robertshaw 570B and 571A Vibration Transmitters

    570B and 571A Vibration Transmitters from Sords Electric

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    Schneider Electric and Robertshaw Vibration Transducers/Tranmitters for Industry.


    The Robertshaw 570B and 571A Stud Mount Vibration Transmitters are Loop powered 10-30 VDC transmitters which provide a 4-20mA DC output proportionate to vibration. It is available in 6 ranges. The 571 and 570 ranges are 0-5 Gs, 0-10 Gs, 0-20 Gs (acceleration)  or  0-.05 IPS, 0-1 IPS, and 0-2 IPS (Velocity in Inches per second).  The Frequency range is 2Hz to 2KHz.

    The rugged and compact transmitter provides continuous monitoring of machine vibration for trending, alarm, and / or shutdown when used with a PLC, Computer, DCS, data logger or current relays. The Transmitter enclosure is 316L Stainless Steel, NEMA 4x (hermetically Sealed) and meets IP68.  Installation is simple with no calibration required.  An integral 1/4-28 stud is provided for mounting. The unit as a 2 pin connector and mates with a standard MIL-C5015 2 socket connector with splash proof connection. Cable assemblies are available in 16, 34, 64 and 112 foot lengths.

    The Robershaw 571A is an intrinsically safe 14-30 Vdc version of the 570B Transmitter. The Schneider 571A is CSA Certified for the United States (US) and Canada and is ATEX certified for Europe.  To be intrinsically safe an IS Barrier is required.

    ACCERERATION
    570B-A Transmitter -- Acceleration, 0-5 G peak
    570B-B Transmitter -- Acceleration, 0-10 G peak
    570B-C Transmitter -- Acceleration, 0-20 G peak

    VELOCITY
    570B-D Transmitter -- Velocity, 0-0.5 IPS peak
    570B-E Transmitter -- Velocity, 0-1 IPS peak
    570B-F Transmitter -- Velocity, 0-2 IPS peak

    Intrinsically Safe Units


    ACCERERATION
    571A-A Transmitter -- Acceleration, 0-5 G peak
    571A-B Transmitter -- Acceleration, 0-10 G peak
    571A-C Transmitter -- Acceleration, 0-20 G peak

    VELOCITY
    571A-D Transmitter -- Velocity, 0-0.5 IPS peak
    571A-E Transmitter -- Velocity, 0-1 IPS peak
    571A-F Transmitter -- Velocity, 0-2 IPS peak



    For a quote, Please use our Robertshaw Parts Form HERE!

    Sords Electric
    216-765-4230
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    ROBERTSHAW VIBRATION TRANMITTERS FROM SORDS ELECTRIC FOR MACHINE SAFETY. SERIES 570B AND 571A from SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC.