Whatever you need an electric power circuit for, it should be controlled easily to avoid problems with safety and overuse of electricity. Want an energy-efficient solution? Then you should consider a four pole contactor. It requires a much lower level than the switched circuit (for example, a 24V coil or 220V switch). PartzStop provides the best models in price/quality ratio.
What Is a 4 pole Contactor?
This is a switch used to control the functioning of an electric circuit. They are often installed in usual appliances and serve in industrial applications.
What are its advantages and characteristics?
- There’s a decent choice of auxiliaries;
- 240V coil comes as a standard;
- Users may choose between panel mounting or DIN railing;
- Variable coil voltages are available upon request.
The size of contactors depends on the model and is small enough to pick manually. In large devices, it might be a meter. Coil can be easily replaced, and the maintenance of contactor does not require much time.
How to Wire a Contactor?
Follow these simple steps:
- Get the contactor and check the contacts – their voltage and current should be specified. Read the manufacturer information to identify the input pins.
- Check an auxiliary contact – some models provide it. It will not be of the same voltage as the rest.
- Route the leads – they should be rated by the manufacturer.
- Rip the leads from the ends of each. Then you should twist the exposed leads without leaving anything hanging.
- Wire auxiliary contacts and the inputs. Do not leave free strands. Screw the contact blocks properly.
- Charge the contactor – it should click.
- Now you can connect outputs by placing each wire into the corresponding contact block.
PartzStop guarantees an optimal quality and 4 pole contactor price. Check our extensive catalogue to find the suitable device and remember that we are always here to help.