A contactor refers to an electrically controlled switch, used for exchanging an electrical control circuit. A contactor is regularly controlled by a circuit that encompasses a much lower control level than the exchanged circuit. Contactors are used to exchange a control or control circuit and are ordinarily controlled by a programmed indoor regulator control or through a manual (push button) interface. There are various types of contactors, with each type of contactor possessing different highlights and capabilities and used for different applications. Contactors can break current over a wide run of streams, from a few amperes to thousands of amperes and voltages from 24 voltage direct current (VDC) to thousands of volts. Contactors and Transfers perform can also be used for exchanging a circuit. The two are electromagnetic switches, and they work under comparative standards. They are mostly distinguished by how differently they function during the application stage. MRO Supply constantly strives to the leading supplier of all your industrial material needs. Millions of products from industry leading suppliers are in stock and ready for pick up. For all safety, MRO and industrial construction tools ranging from abrasives
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