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SIZED FOR 5HP 230V 3PH. Elimia DOL Magnetic Motor Starter. Works in all applications where a separate limit switch is not used to engage the starter. UL 508A Certified Every Motor Starter is built and tested to order in Alabama, USA. Our customer's come back time and time again, try one and you will see... Nothing else in this price range even comes close. We have updated our enclosed motor starters to make them better than ever. Now using Nema Rated LSis Motor Starter, made in Korea. Also, the Weg control switch is new, it uses A600 contact block with integral LED indicator. Please note that the label on the pictured unit may be from a different rated unit. Use the specifications below to verify for your application. This new magnetic motor starter is designed to run equipment where the user controls the starting and stopping. It uses momentary push buttons and a latch auxiliary contact on the starter to hold power until the stop button is pressed. This type of controls can not be used for equipment such as an air compressor. Pre-wired for easy installation. Model Number: DOL 12-18-230LCS Model Explanation: DOL = Across the line starter 12-18 = Overload Size 230 = Coil Voltage (suitable for 208V - 240V) LC = Low cost compact design Sized for 5 HP @ 230V 3 phase. Ratings of contactor used in this starter, do not exceed ratings: Size 18 Contactor, Nema Size 1 3 phase- 5 HP @ 230 VAC You must use a control voltage 208 - 240 VAC for this unit, it is pre-wired to connect to your line connections on the starter. The control voltage is the voltage used to activate the coil of the contactor. In the simplest install you will want a coil voltage the same as your power supply. But is some cases you might want the control voltage to be different for a host of reasons.
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