Eaton Electronic Overload Relays up to 175A added by AutomationDirect

November 1, 2019

Eaton XT series self-powered electronic overload relays are self-contained units available at up to 175A. Eaton XT electronic overload relays are the most compact, high-featured, economical products in class, offering additional trip classes, universal connections to any contactor, and a wide amperage range. Accessory 24VDC and 120 VAC remote reset modules provide remote overload reset capability.

Eaton XT series electronic overloads have a broad full-load-amperage (FLA) range (0.33-175A), selectable trip classes (10A, 10, 20, 30), and can be separately mounted to NEMA, IEC and DP contactors. Motor protection includes thermal overload, phase loss, selectable on/off phase imbalance and on/off ground fault (on select models).

Priced from $67.00, Eaton XT series electronic overloads are UL, CSA and CE approved.

Learn more by visiting: www.automationdirect.com/eaton-overloads.

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