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Contactor, 200 A, Flange, 12 VDC, SPST-NO, 1 Pole

586-902 - Contactor, 200 A, Flange, 12 VDC, SPST-NO, 1 Pole

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Manufacturer Part No:
586-902
Newark Part No.:
35M1913
Product Range
D.C. Power Contactors – Type 586
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Product Information

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200A
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Flange
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12VDC
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SPST-NO
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1 Pole
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12V
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D.C. Power Contactors ? Type 586
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Product Overview

The 586-902 is a 1-pole Contactor with standard bracket, 200A contact current rating, 12VDC coil voltage and flange mount.
  • SPST-NO contact configuration
  • 21Ω Coil resistance at 25°C temperature
  • Continuous duty cycle
  • Silver alloy contact terminal
  • 4 terminal isolated coils

Applications

Industrial

Warnings

Caution must be used in coil selection for use in 12V systems where battery charging may expose coil to continuous, higher-than-rated voltage.

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WHITE RODGERS - 586-902 - CONTACTOR, SPST-NO, 12VDC, 200A, BRACKET 4 5 2 2
Reliable Relay We have purchased this relay for many years, and both the quality and price have remained consistent over that time May 22, 2015
solenoid quiet and runs relatively cool 18 watts but heavy enough to dissipate heat well Very low dropout voltage February 3, 2015
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`the mounting doesn't look like it is the same as the original equipment. the GPR that is in the truck att wires are on the top like your part shows but the base has the mounts not on the side like it looks like your has. please inform me,.
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Sorry we don't have any information on 2000 F350 lariat. Regarding information on the part 586-902 which is a DC power contactor having base mount as per attached picture.
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Two large connectors and two small connectors, does it matter witch wires are connected to the the right size pole?
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It does not matter since this contactor is non-polar.
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Seems to be 586-902 correct general purpose relay/contactor as per below link-
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1151068-is-white-rodgers-the-new-stancor-586-902-relay.html
Unfortunately, we don't have any other source of information to confirm this.
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Apply 12VDC on the coil and check for a closure on the contacts.
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