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Old 08-20-2012, 11:24 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - More Electrical Stuff - Allen-Bradley This Time Around

This thread will get updated. A lot...
It wouldn't let me update the other thread, so here's a new one

Allen-Bradley Stuff: All used, and probably dirty. All should clean up very well (Used on a paint line, but the un-cured paint comes off with a fingernail)
The nicest ones will go to the first buyers. I'll even throw in random name plates from the switches. It might say "Power On" or it might say "Wash Complete" Who knows

(8 available, $8.00 Each) Allen-Bradley 800T-J2 SPDT (On-Off-On) switches
(4 Available, $7.00 Each) Allen Bradley 800T-H2 DPST (On-On) switches
(3 Available, $5.00 Each) Allen-Bradley 800T-A... Series T Type 4,13 Single Pole (NC) Momentary Black Push Button
(18 Available, $5.00 Each) Allen-Bradley 800T-A... Series T Type 4,13 Double Pole (NO-NC) Momentary Black Push Button
(1 Available, $3.00) Allen-Bradley 800T-A... Series T Type 4,13 Double Pole Momentary Yellow Push Button (This one has cured paint on it)
(3 Available, $6.00 Each) Allen-Bradley 800T-PT16 Series T Double Pole (NO-NC) Momentary Push Button W/120v Lamp, White Cap
(1 Available, $1.00) Allen-Bradley 800T-QT24 Series T Double Pole (NO-NC) Momentary Push Button W/24v Lamp, NO CAP
(1 Available, $25.00) Allen-Bradley 800T-FXPL 16RAP (800T-XAP contact module) Double Pole (NO-NC) Push-Pull E-Stop W/120v RED Lamp
(1 Available, $15.00) Allen Bradley 800T-D Double Pole (NO-NC) Momentary RED Mushroom Head Push Button (Looks like E-Stop, but it's momentary)
(4 available, $15.00 Each) Allen-Bradley 800T-Q24 24v AC/DC Lamp (GREEN) (Bulbs untested! You might have to replace the bulb)
(1 available, $15.00) Allen-Bradley 800T-Q24 24v AC/DC Lamp (BLUE) (Bulbs untested! You might have to replace the bulb)
(1 available, $15.00) Allen-Bradley 800T-Q24 24v AC/DC Lamp (RED) (Bulbs untested! You might have to replace the bulb)

I'll update as they sell, first PM'd first served. PayPal appreciated.
Shipped flat rate box unless it won't fit. Then actual shipping.

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What does the primary pressure gauge on the tank tell us? That's right, the temperature. Put it on a scale if you want to know how much is in it...
Put some duct tape over the gauge - Or better yet - Replace the high pressure gauge with a plug - High pressure gauges are useless!
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Old 08-21-2012, 12:01 AM   #2
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Default Contactors, this time around

Here's the contactors:

(6 Available, $12.00 Each) Allen-Bradley 100L-A20N*4 3-Pole Contactor, 120v Coil, 20 Amp Continuous (Rated 30 Amps for resistance heating)
(1 Available, $12.00) Allen-Bradley 700-PK400A1 4-Pole Contactor, 120v Coil, 20 Amp Continuous
(10 Available, $8.00 Each) Allen-Bradley 100-A09ND3 3-Pole Contactor, 120v Coil, 9 Amp Continuous
(3 Available, $8.00 Each) Allen-Bradley 700-F400A1 3-Pole Contactor, 120v Coil, 10 Amp Continuous
(1 Available, $8.00) Allen-Bradley 700-CF* 3-Pole Contactor, 120v Coil, 10 Amp Continuous
(1 Available, $8.00) Allen-Bradley 100-C09*10 3-Pole Contactor, 120v Coil, 12.5 Amp Continuous
(1 Available, $20.00) Schneider Electric (Telemecanique, Square-D) LAD4TBDL 3-Pole Contactor, 24vDC Coil, 35 Amp Resistive Load
(1 Available, $20.00) Telemecanique LP1 D12 4-Pole Contactor, 24vDC Coil, 25 Amp Resistive Load
(1 Available, $20.00) Telemecanique LP1 D32 3-Pole Contactor, 24vDC Coil, 50 Amp Resistive Load

Same as before: PayPal appreciated, Ships flat-rate

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Put some duct tape over the gauge - Or better yet - Replace the high pressure gauge with a plug - High pressure gauges are useless!
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I am building a small 1 pump 1 5500W element eBIAB system. So far I have 2 120V push buttons (one for pump on/off, one for element contactor on/off). I need everything else. For what you have here I need an on/off system switch and a 120V coil contactor to control the 5500W element on and off. Would anything here you have work? Sorry for the stupid question but I was not planning to jump in for a little bit but since the sale is going on I dont want to miss a good deal

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I am building a small 1 pump 1 5500W element eBIAB system. So far I have 2 120V push buttons (one for pump on/off, one for element contactor on/off). I need everything else. For what you have here I need an on/off system switch and a 120V coil contactor to control the 5500W element on and off. Would anything here you have work? Sorry for the stupid question but I was not planning to jump in for a little bit but since the sale is going on I dont want to miss a good deal
Not really, sorry.
a 5500 watt element draws 23 amps. The contactors I have that can handle that load are 24v coils.
The on/off switch I have - DPST switches listed are On-On (You just wouldn't hook up the other "On" because that would be your off
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okay well I have been waiting to see if you have any PID SSR Heat Sink thermocouplers. Here is to hoping

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okay well I have been waiting to see if you have any PID SSR Heat Sink thermocouplers. Here is to hoping
No SSR's, Sorry

I have some PIDs but they are old and HUGE - Full 1-DIN 3.75x3.75
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I'm looking for an allen bradley thermocouple module. Any luck you got one lying around? I need to monitor 4 thermocouples using my plc.

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great deal for those interested.. ab quality will last a lifetime.

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Would like some more info on your contactors. I am looking to control 3 ac motors, and 12 24vdc solinoids using AB plc output modules that are AC outputs with 100ma max. Do any of your contactors fit that need? If so what the price for that many of them? (can I get a group discount?)

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Do you have an update on what is left

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