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586-905 - 

Contactor, 200 A, Flange, 24 VDC, SPST-NO, 1 Pole

586-905 - Contactor, 200 A, Flange, 24 VDC, SPST-NO, 1 Pole

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Manufacturer Part No:
586-905
Newark Part No.:
35M1914
Product Range
586 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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200A
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Flange
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24VDC
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SPST-NO
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1 Pole
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24V
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586 Series
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Product Overview

The 586-905 is a sealed Power Contactor with SPST-NO silver alloy contacts. This 586-series contactor is water and dust-resistant. Ideal for high-vibration applications. Continuous duty cycle, flange mount, 4-isolated coil terminals and standard bracket style.
  • 84Ω Coil resistance at 25°C
  • Vertical plane with coil terminals up mounting
  • -40 to 150°F Temperature range

Applications

Industrial

Footnotes

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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