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Old 04-22-2012, 09:21 AM   #31
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Most common non fused disconnects are 40 and 60 amp. You can use a 40.

" Really most standard disconnects I have seen are 30 and 60."
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" Really most standard disconnects I have seen are 30 and 60."
Guessing Doc made a typo and didn't read what he posted.
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Yep. Been got sore and flaunted his authority when I called him a poor sport.
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Yep. Been got sore and flaunted his authority when I called him a poor sport.
I didn't post anything about authority.
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really guys could we let it go....you are getting embarassing ...remember others see this also...
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What's a disconnect?
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What's a disconnect?
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What's a disconnect?
I thougth it was when you were holding something and you let go you are now disconnected:laughin g:
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And if the internal OL is so reliable, than why do they put heater OLs in motor contactors in larger tonnage equipment?
Because they are motor starters ( not contactors ). And most of the larger equipment motors don't have internal protection... So they use an external overload...

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Because they are motor starters ( not contactors ). And most of the larger equipment motors don't have internal protection... So they use an external overload...

Just sayin
That was my point.

I am signing off on this thread. We totally hijacked the poor OP and again me and Been HAD to go head to head.

So I am sorry guys.
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Because they are motor starters ( not contactors ). And most of the larger equipment motors don't have internal protection... So they use an external overload...

Just sayin
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