So, I understand the principle of a contactor...and I understand the need for them in my simple 120V 2000W RIMS--in a nutshell, so that I can switch higher currents on/off with my illuminated switches from Auber that are not rated for current as high as that which is required by the 2000W element.
So anyway, now that I've received my contactors in the mail, I need some assistance in getting them wired correctly. I've posted some pictures; the last of which I've labelled with letters A through F. I've included my best guess at the purpose of each connection (A through F). If people could chime in and either confirm or refute, that would really help me out...
Contactor side view:
Contactor side view 2:
Contactor top view:
And my best guess at the different terminals:
A - Connects to hot line from terminal strip or other source.
B - Connects to neutral/common line from terminal strip or other source.
C - Connects to switch (though not sure if this side is neutral or hot)
D - Connects to neutral/common line from device (ie, element)
E - Connect hot line leading to device (ie, element)
F - Connects to switch (though not sure if this side is neutral or hot)