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OLD GE CONTACTOR IC2800106

OLD GE CONTACTOR IC2800106

(OP)
DEAR SR have any one know the best option to replace an old contactor ic28001607 those unit are not available any more , ill appreciate comments and tips

regard

amper

RE: OLD GE CONTACTOR IC2800106

So what you have there is a 25A 600VDC contactor with 1NO, 1NC contact. What you DON'T have there is the entire part number, but you may be able to deduce it based on the attached "last printing" of the data sheets for these.

From the photo is appears you have a 38VDC coil? That's going to be tough. One company that still sells DC contactors like this is Hubbell Industrial Controls. They have been buying up older defunct product lines from other larger mfrs who wanted out of having to support them and making them available for people like you that are trying to limp along with old technology for a while longer. I'd give them a call, but have all of the rest of your information ready, i.e. EXACTLY what control (coil) voltage you need, any auxiliary contacts etc. Good luck.
http://www.hubbell-icd.com/icd/components/dc5210.a...


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RE: OLD GE CONTACTOR IC2800106

Howdy amper,
Does the replacement need to be GE? Why not ABB, Siemens or SquareD?
GG

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RE: OLD GE CONTACTOR IC2800106

(OP)
hi howdy im looking for any direct replacement wim not a label eater , ge , siemens etc can be fine if can deal with the aplication , i mnetioned ge to give the clue about the animal

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