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TeSys N Starters

Combining NEMA Robustness and IEC Compactness

TeSys N Starters are available in NEMA Sizes 00-7 for both non-reversing and reversing applications.

TeSys N Starters
  • Features

    Flexibility
    ·         High-density, space-saving design
    ·         Common accessories across TeSys range to maximize convenience and reduce inventory
    ·         Replaceable coils require no tools for easy installation
    Safety Standards
    ·         UL Listed, CSA Certified, and CE marked
    ·         Sizes 00-2 terminals offer IP 2X finger safe protection
    ·         Reversing starters electrically and mechanically interlocked
    Simplicity
    ·         Pre-mounted on a baseplate with busbar interconnection for quick, simple installation
    ·         Class 10/20 selectable Motor Logic solid state overload relays
    ·         Snap-on front and side mount accessories for easy installation
     
    Starters use Motor Logic solid state overload relays in Class 10/20 selectable with a wide 3:1 current adjustment range.
     
    Starters with bimetal overload relays can be assembled using TeSys N contactors and TeSys bimetal overload relays for Sizes 00 through 2. Bimetal overload relays are available in Class 10 and Class 20 design, with and without single-phase sensitivity.

    Benefits

    TeSys N contactors conform to NEMA ICS2 standards and offer high reliability with long mechanical and electrical life TeSys N starters are available in NEMA Sizes 00-7 for non-reversing applications and NEMA Sizes 00-5 for reversing applications. These NEMA starters use common accessories across the entire TeSys family of NEMA and IEC products for simplicity and reduced inventory. Size 00-4 starters are available with a 24 Vdc control voltage.

    Applications

    Panelbuilders
    Construction
    Infrastructure
    Industrial Markets
    Commercial Office Buildings