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Compact contactor makes big impact

10-02-2011
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NHP has unveiled the latest addition to the Sprecher + Schuh CA7 range of contactors – the 97A, 55kW (AC3) CA7-97.

The CA7-97 is only 72mm wide, the same width as the CA7-60 to 85A.

This ensures significant savings on panel real estate – and genuine cost savings for users.

With the advantage of auxiliary and accessory compatibility with the existing CA7 range, this means that 140 different combinations of devices are available to suit even the most arduous and demanding applications.
As with the other CA7 family members, the coils on the CA7-97 are reversible for flexibility of mounting and panel orientation. They can also be easily incorporated into a two or three combination starter in the Advanced Control System.
When combined with the existing models within the CA7 range, NHP provides the complete contactor package.

NHP Electrical Engineering Pty Ltd
Ph: 03 9429 2999
www.nhp.com.au

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