Three-phase SSRs for panel mounting 48 amps per phase

Carlo Gavazzi brought us the world’s first 17.5mm solid state relay and contactor and now it introduces its RGC3..48 to its highly popular and established range of RGC solid state relays.  The RGC3…48 solid state relay with integrated heatsink is intended to replace mechanical contactors especially when switching is frequent.

The RG Series offers reliable operation and excellent longevity, transient overvoltage protection, robust construction, excellent vibration resistance and at higher current ratings it utilises forced ventilation, which ensures minimal machine downtime and extended product lifetime because of reduced thermal and mechanical stress.  The RG3 Series also offers the ability to add a fan with power if required.

In addition to resistive and slightly inductive loads the RGC is certified for motor switching with associated motor ratings.  The space saving design range up to operational current of 65AAC per pole for 3 pole switching or 75AAC for 2 pole switching in a 70mm wide footprint. The new RGC3…48 has a operational voltage up to 48 AAC per pole at 40°C and a control voltage of 5-32 VDC, 20-275 VAC/124-190 VDC.

The new RGC3…48 can easily handle large cables up to 25mm2/AWg3 and offers certified motor ratings up to 11kW@400 VAC, 25HP@600 VAC as well as optional integrated monitoring for SSR and resistive load malfunction with alarm output for remote signalling with the RGC..M.

The RGC3..48 is the perfect solution for applications such as Plastic injection machines, Extrusion machines, Blow moulding machines, Thermoformers, Dryers, Electrical ovens, Fryers, Shrink tunnels, Air handling units, Sterilisation equipment, Climatic chambers, Ovens and furnaces and are CE, UL, VDE, EAC and CCC certified.

Tel: 01276 854110

www.carlogavazzi.co.uk

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