Euclid Manual-Magnetic Disconnect Switch Type 4245
The Manual-Magnetic Disconnect Switches are combination manually and magnetically operated contactors enclosed in a NEMA Type wall-mounted enclosure.
The contactors for the disconnect switches are the same as the contactors used on Euclid's crane and mill type magnetic controllers. Silver
faced contacts are standard.
All external connections to the contactor panel are made on the front of the panel. the incoming line terminals are located at the top and
the load terminals are located at the bottom of the contactor mounting panel. Control circuit wiring connections are made on the side of the
Auxiliary contacts give a choice of two different indicating light circuits.
NEMA Type 1 enclosures are standard. Gasketed and type 3R (weather resistant) enclosures are also available. DC type switches range from
100 to 2700 amperes, 8 hour open rating. AC types range from 100 to 1350 amperes, 8 hour open rating.
Price List 4245, December 2011
Fused And Non-Fused Disconnect Switch Type 5140
UL listed, CSA certified, ISO 9002
600V AC & 250V DC.
Accepts auxiliary contact blocks.
100kA withstand with class J & CC fuses
Offers Type 2 protection when proper fuses are selected.
Meets service entrance requirements.
Built-in fuse pullers, 30A, 60A.
Double break contacts per pole provide fuse connector isolation when switch is open.
Meets applicable standards of IEC, VDE & Bs when supplied with proper fuse connectors.
Door handle complies with OSHA lockout and tagout requirements.
Door handle can be locked in the "off" position.
Door handle interlocks with enclosure door to prevent unauthorized entry.
Line side terminal shield is standard, supplied with device.
Two shaft lengths available, standard and extended.
Positive switch status indicator.
Optional load side terminal shield.
Optional fuse cover.
Power terminals: 30 amp -- #14 to #8, 60 amp -- #14 to #4
Auxiliary contact terminals: #14 to #12.
Mechanical endurance 10,000 operations 30A, 60A & 100A. 8,000 operations on 200A.
Lifting Magnet Disconnect Switch Type 4310
The 4310 fused magnet safety disconnect switch is designed to safely allow the operator of a lifting magnet to disconnect the highly
inductive magnet while the magnet is still energized. Standard safety switches are not designed to safely disconnect an energized magnet.
The 4310 has (3) power poles. Two normally open power poles to disconnect the incoming power and a third normally closed power pole that
shunts the magnets energy into a discharge resistor when the disconnect is switched to the off position.
Catalog, Price List 4310, December 2012
Outline Drawing A-87769-4 (267Amp Max)
Outline Drawing A-87986 (134Amp Max)