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PC60

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The PC60 is a miniature series single pole single throw contactor designed for printed circuit board mounting.  Devised for both interrupted and uninterrupted loads, the PC60 is suitable for switching Resistive, Capacitive and Inductive loads. Typical applications include Telecommunication, UPS and other power conversion systems.

The PC60 features single pole double breaking main contacts with silver alloy tips, which are weld resistant, hard wearing and have excellent conductivity.  The PC60 can be secured to the printed circuit board by means of an M4 bolt.

Note: The PC range now incorporates the mounting board option, previously assigned to the MB range (existing MB part numbers remain valid).

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Technical Information

Application Interrupted Uninterrupted
Thermal Current Rating 80A 80A
Intermittent Current Rating:
30% Duty 145A 145A
40% Duty 125A 125A
50% Duty 115A 115A
60% Duty 105A 105A
70% Duty 95A 95A
Rated Fault Current Breaking Capacity (Icn) 5ms Time Constant: (In accordance with UL583*)
Blowouts 500A at 2V D.C.
No Blowouts -
Rated Fault Current Breaking Capacity (Icn) Resistive Load: (In accordance with UL508*)
Blowouts 500A at 3V D.C.
No Blowouts -
Maximum Recommended Contact Voltages
Blowouts 500V 500V
No Blowouts 500V -
Typical Voltage Drop per pole across New Contacts at 80A 40mV
Mechanical M.T.B.F >3000000 Operations
Coil Voltage Available (Us) (Rectifier board required for A.C.) 6 - 130V

Features

Component Configurations
Auxiliary
Auxilary---Standard
STANDARD
Coil Terminations
Coil Termination - PCB
PCB

Downloads

Resources
PC60 Catalogue Data Sheet Download
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