Contactors (Electromechanical)

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Questions with Contactors (Electromechanical)

  • Ask: What are the different types of contactors?

    Answer: Electromagnetic contactors are actuated by electromechanical means. They make and break power circuits to such loads as electric furnaces, lights, transformers, capacitors, heaters, and -- when overload relays or inherent protectors are used -- motors.


  • Ask: What is an electrical contactor?

    Answer: There are different types of contacts in a contactor namely, contact springs, auxiliary contacts, and power contacts. Each type of contact has an individual role to play. Operating Principle of a Contactor: The current passing through the contactor excites the electromagnet.

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  • Ask: How does a contactor coil work?

    Answer: A contactor is an electrically-controlled switch used for switching an electrical power circuit. A contactor is typically controlled by a circuit which has a much lower power level than the switched circuit, such as a 24-volt coil electromagnet controlling a 230-volt motor switch.

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  • Ask: What is vacuum contactor?

    Answer: In contrast, a vacuum contactor is a device that contains electrical contacts inside a sealed \u201cvacuum interrupter\u201d called a vacuum bottle. This sealed environment in which the switching takes place allows for a fast, clean \u201cmake/break\u201d action of the contacts in harsh, dirty environments.