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NC1 Range

NC1 Range

Enjoy the best prices on our range of Chint NC1 Contactors here at LED Controls, manufactured by one of the world’s most respected names in industrial engineering and manufacturing. Our NC1 contactors are available in current ratings that range from 9A to 95A (AC3), giving you access to kilowatt ratings from 4KW to 45KW, along with a choice of pole types (with 3 or 4 main poles) and a diverse array of coil voltages and contact configurations.

These Chint electrical contactors are DIN rail mountable, making them exceptionally well suited for control panel installations. They’re compatible with a huge range of accessories, including Chint thermal overloads, pneumatic timers, mechanical interlocks, auxiliary contacts and spare coils. This wide-ranging compatibility also makes them particularly versatile, as it enables them to be used in various motor control gear configurations including DOL (Down On-Line), Star Delta starters, and reversing contactors.

This Chint NC1 range of contactors has been modelled on the original design of the Telemecanique LC1 series. Affordable, durable and reliable, they now remain a staple of Chint’s motor control gear offering.

If you’re looking for contactors with higher KW ratings, then you’re in exactly the right place. Here at LED Controls we also supply NC2 contactors - rated between 55KW to 335KW, these are designed for even more heavy-duty applications.

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