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Gigavac 350A 750VDC GX14 Contactor

This contactor is rated at 350 amps continuous (see "Important Note" below) at voltages up to 750VDC. It is available with a 12VDC, 24VDC, or 48VDC coil, and comes with magnetic blowouts. It is sealed, and has terminals that are easy to connect to. The coil has a unique economizer design that briefly draws a higher current to pull in the contacts, then settles at a much lower current to reduce power consumption.

Important note: It's recommended to use the largest feasible cable sizes to keep temperature rise on the contacts as low as possible. The 350A rating is obtained using 400 KCmil cable (approximately 7/0 cable!). Using smaller diameter cable WILL REDUCE the continuous current rating.

For more detailed information on the device, see the Gigavac website on the GX14. Options listed by Gigavac that aren't offered below can be special ordered. Contact us for details.

Coil No Aux Contacts Aux Contacts
12VDC

$151.00

#101-GX11BA


$193.40

#101-GX11BAB

24VDC

$151.00

#101-GX11CA


$193.40

#101-GX11CAB

48 VDC

$151.00

#101-GX11FA


$193.40

#101-GX11FAB

72VDC

$151.00

#101-GX11HA


$193.40

#101-GX11HAB

120VDC

$151.00

#101-GX11JA


$193.40

#101-GX11JAB

120VAC

$151.00

#101-GX11KA


$193.40

#101-GX11KAB

240VAC

$151.00

#101-GX11LA


$193.40

#101-GX11LAB

Note on aux contacts: with auxiliary contacts, the red and black wires energize the coil, and the white and blue wires sense whether the main contacts are open/closed (no continuity when the main contacts are open, continuity when the main contacts are closed).

Note on A1/A2 connections: due to the magnetic blowouts, it is important that the connection is made with polarity observed. Current flows into A2 (+), and out of A1 (-)


Gigavac 150A 750VDC GX11 Contactor

This contactor is rated at 150 amps continuous (see "Important Note" below) at voltages up to 750VDC. It is available with a 12VDC, 24VDC, 48VDC, 72VDC, 120VDC, 120VAC, or 240VAC coil, and comes with magnetic blowouts. It is sealed, and has terminals that are easy to connect to. The units listed here are single coil without an economizer. We will be posting the GX11S and GX11T units soon which have a dual coil economizer design that briefly draws a higher current to pull in the contacts, then settles at a much lower current to reduce power consumption.

Important note: It's recommended to use the largest feasible cable sizes to keep temperature rise on the contacts as low as possible. The 150A rating is obtained using 1/0 cable. Using smaller diameter cable WILL REDUCE the continuous current rating.

For more detailed information on the device, see the Gigavac website on the GX11. Options listed by Gigavac that aren't offered below can be special ordered. Contact us for details.

Coil No Aux Contacts Aux Contacts
12VDC

$151.00

#101-GX11BA


$193.40

#101-GX11BAB

24VDC

$151.00

#101-GX11CA


$193.40

#101-GX11CAB

48 VDC

$151.00

#101-GX11FA


$193.40

#101-GX11FAB

72VDC

$151.00

#101-GX11HA


$193.40

#101-GX11HAB

120VDC

$151.00

#101-GX11JA


$193.40

#101-GX11JAB

120VAC

$151.00

#101-GX11KA


$193.40

#101-GX11KAB

240VAC

$151.00

#101-GX11LA


$193.40

#101-GX11LAB

Note on aux contacts: with auxiliary contacts, the red and black wires energize the coil, and the white and blue wires sense whether the main contacts are open/closed (no continuity when the main contacts are open, continuity when the main contacts are closed).

Note on A1/A2 connections: due to the magnetic blowouts, it is important that the connection is made with polarity observed. Current flows into A2 (+), and out of A1 (-)


Gigavac 600A 750VDC GX16 Contactor

This contactor is rated at 600 amps continuous (see "Important Note" below) at voltages up to 750VDC. It has a 12V coil (24V coil also available by special order), and comes with magnetic blowouts. It is sealed, and has terminals that are easy to connect to. The 12V coil has a unique economizer design that briefly draws a higher current to pull in the contacts, then settles at about 600mA to reduce power consumption.

Important note: It's recommended to use the largest feasible cable sizes to keep temperature rise on the contacts as low as possible. The 600A rating is obtained using 400 KCmil cable (approximately 7/0 cable!). Using smaller diameter cable WILL REDUCE the continuous current rating.

For more detailed information on the device, see the Gigavac website on the GX16. Options listed by Gigavac that aren't offered below can be special ordered. Contact us for details.

No Aux Contacts


$299.95

#101-GX16BE

Aux Contacts


$329.95

#101-GX16BEB

Note on aux contacts: with auxiliary contacts, the red and black wires energize the coil, and the white and blue wires sense whether the main contacts are open/closed (no continuity when the main contacts are open, continuity when the main contacts are closed).

Note on A1/A2 connections: due to the magnetic blowouts, it is important that the connection is made with polarity observed. Current flows into A2 (+), and out of A1 (-)


Deutsch Connector for GX16 Contactor

This is the connector for the GX16 contactor. It includes 4 stamped nickel 16-18awg pins that can be crimped onto your wires (the connector is an 8 pin, however, at most 4 are used on the GX16).


$14.85

#601-DT06-08S


Gigavac HBD41 High Voltage Disconnect

GIGAVAC manual disconnect switches provide a level of sealed switching technology to meet any application requirement. All GIGAVAC manual disconnect switches incorporate important key features such as lock-out/tag-out to meet OSHA requirements, composite housings, and stainless steel hardware. The BD is built to exceed industry sealing standards IP67 and IEC529 making it the perfect choice for isolating system batteries during maintenance and other downtime situations. The revolutionary HBD series of hermetically sealed switches go a step further. Using patent pending technology the HBD series is the first truly hermetic high power manual disconnect switch. Since the HBD can be mounted in virtually any environment it can be placed near vehicle batteries. This helps eliminate extra cable length required to place traditional switches inside the vehicle interior. 

Important note: It's recommended to use the largest feasible cable sizes to keep temperature rise on the contacts as low as possible. The 600A rating is obtained using 400 KCmil cable (approximately 7/0 cable!). Using smaller diameter cable WILL REDUCE the continuous current rating. .


$68.00

#101-HBD41

 

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