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FTKN (KYN28A) -12 indoor exchange metal armored withdrawable switchgear is the transmission and distribution control of the single bus segmentation system device that is used for receiving and distributing the power.
It is mainly used for power distribution of power plants, small and medium-sized generator transmission, industrial and mining enterprises and also used for accepting and feeding, large high voltage motor starting plants of the secondary substation to control, protect and detect the whole line.
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Contactors are used by electrical equipment that is frequently turned off and on with the opening and closing of a circuit. The function of the contactor is to make and break all power supply lines running to a Load or to repeatedly establish and interrupt an electrical power circuit.
Types of Contactors.
AC Mechanically Interlocked IEC Contactors Mechanically interlocked contactors, like the ones pictured above, are designed for reversing 2 speed, reduced voltage, type starter applications.
There are different classifications of contactors used for many different applications. Two of the main classifications for motor control components are the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the National Electrical Manufacturers’ Association (NEMA). The differences between the IEC and NEMA classified components is reflective of their size, speed, functionality and power. IEC and NEMA also rate their components based on different philosophies. North American (NEMA) general purpose machine tool contactors generally emphasizing simplicity of application while definite purpose and European rating (IEC) philosophy emphasizes design for the intended life cycle of the application. Over all, contactors are split between these two classifications. Some examples include:
- AC Mechanically Interlocked – IEC: http://www.galco.com/shop/AC-Mechanically-Interlocked-IEC-Contactors?source=YouTubeHowTo
- DC Mechanically Interlocked – IEC: http://www.galco.com/shop/DC-Drive-Contactors?source=YouTubeHowTo
- AC Reversing – IEC: http://www.galco.com/shop/AC-Reversing-IEC-Contactors?source=YouTubeHowTo
- AC Non-Reversing – IEC: http://www.galco.com/shop/AC-Non-Reversing-IEC-Contactors?source=YouTubeHowTo
- AC Reversing – NEMA: http://www.galco.com/shop/AC-Reversing-NEMA-Contactors?source=YouTubeHowTo
- AC Non-Reversing – NEMA: http://www.galco.com/shop/AC-Non-Reversing-NEMA-Contactors?source=YouTubeHowTo
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