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    Motor Starters and Contactors - (643 companies)
    Description. Motor starters and contactors are motor-starting devices. They combine a contactor with overload protection and are designed for starting AC or DC motors. Motor Ratings. Motor starter ratings include continuous current, thermal current... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Engine Starters - (55 companies)
    ...electrical. MIL-S-22999 - Starters, aircraft engine, hydraulic. MIL-S-27266 - Starter, engine, cartridge/pneumatic shaft drive. References. Image Credit: Ingersoll Rand Industrial Technologies / Air Motors... Learn More
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    DC Motors - (1182 companies)
    Sterling Instrument. What are DC Motors?. DC motors are electric motors that are powered by direct current (DC), such as from a battery or DC power supply. Their commutation can be brushed or brushless. The speed of a brushed DC motor can be controlled... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    AC Motors - (1344 companies) the stator windings, causing the rotor to turn and produce torque. All these components are typically housed within a casing or enclosure designed to protect the motor and control heat generation. Motors also consist of a mount used to hold and stabilize... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Motor Controllers - (771 companies)
    Motor controllers receive supply voltages and provide signals to motor drives that are interfaced to motors. They include a power supply, amplifier, user interface, and position control circuitry. How To Select Motor Controllers. Image Credit... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Motor and Generator Winding Services - (188 companies)
    Motor and generator winding services suppliers specialize in producing custom motors, generators and custom windings per customer specifications, as well as companies that specialize in motor repair and refurbishing. Motor types that are commonly... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Safety Relays - (163 companies)
    ...circuit or monitored input failure in a safety circuit. Dual channel devices can accept two inputs and have two independent circuits per input. Dual channel relays continually operate even in the event of a single circuit failure, and can detect wiring... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    AC Motor Starters - (313 companies)
    Description. AC motor starters are used to turn-on and turn-off electric motors and motor-controlled equipment. They use solid-state or electromechanical technologies, and are designed for single-phase or three-phase motors. AC motor starters adhere... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    DC Motor Starters - (136 companies)
    Starting a DC motor poses unique challenges. The primary issue is that DC motors require a large, potentially damaging starting current which must be limited by the starter itself. Whereas small motors can be started using a switch or contactor, large... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Ground Fault Relays - (34 companies) switched-off, an auxiliary electrical contact causes the ground fault relay to change state. The small DC current that is imposed travels through the network. In a motor protection application, this current moves from the motor starter to the motor... Search by Specification | Learn More

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Association, Inc. (ODVA). Example DeviceNet devices might include motor starters, valves, sensors, displays and more. The DeviceNet specification covers multiple layers, from the wiring and protection circuits, up to the software protocol and application definition (see Figure 1); however, this application...

Motor controllers running on 24 Vdc, such as the Cutler-Hammer Intelligent Technologies (IT) Soft Starter, weigh only 9 lb and can fit inside an 18-in. motor-control center. The bypass contactor and the overload relay are integrated into the controller, saving panel space and wiring costs... and relay contacts. Now compared to a PLC program, a automation. Those that have in- "soft" relay can have hundreds of vested in these items realize many Example outputs can be indicator logical contacts and no additional benefits like improved film control, lights, relay coils, motor starters...

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