Veris H934 Current Switch/Relay Combo Split Core SPST VFD
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Veris H934 Current Switch/Relay Combo Split Core SPST VFD

Model: H934

The Hawkeye Relay Combination Series is the ideal solution for the automation installer. These units combine a current switch and relay into a single package, reducing the space required for total control of fans and pumps. The current switch and relay operate independently of one another. These devices allow start/stop control and status monitoring with one device instead of two.

$82.84 USD

was $109.00

2 to 3 Weeks


Veris H934 Current Switch/Relay Combo Split Core SPST VFD Offers

Features

  • Self-adjusting trip point; factory programmed to detect belt loss undercurrent conditions
  • Provides accurate status for VFD loads
  • Automatically compensates for the effects of frequency and amperage changes associated with VFDs
  • LED indicates normal and alarm conditions
  • Huge labor savings - no need to calibrate in live starter enclosures; install and go
  • Available with a relay; status and control in one package, saving time and space
  • Bracket can be installed in three different configurations; added flexibility
  • Monitors both frequency and amperage; distinguishes normal drops in amperage due to frequency changes from abnormal drops due to mechanical failure
  • Split-core design is ideal for retrofits; no need to remove conductor
  • 5-year limited warranty

Applications

Ideal for the following applications: Monitoring positive status on motors controlled by variable frequency drives, Replacing pressure switches

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