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    Anyone have the original Allen Bradley part number for the contactors in the S/S or MP chassis? I have the AMF numbers, but would like to find the actual part number from Allen-Bradley. HELP!

    Tnx, Jon
    I've had enough of hope & chains.

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    Re: Original Allen Bradley P/N needed for contacts!

    Jon,

    I am told they are not available anymore. The ones available from "V" are not that good. The failure rate on them is about 25% in the 1st year. The metal that holds the contacts in just falls apart. The ss contactor from bowl tonics are outstanding!

    king

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      Re: Original Allen Bradley P/N needed for contacts!

      Hi King,
      Yea I know they are not available anymore (unfortunatly!), but I am trying to find the original p/n so I can search the internet for some. I doubt there isn't someone, somewhere that have SOME, if ya know what I mean. That kind of contactor was used a lot in industrial controllers in its day. I'm hoping someone has a box of 'em somewhere! (wouldn't that be nice?!). I know what you mean about the Vantage type. They suck! They are loose, and fall apart rather easily (as you know).

      Anyway, thanks for the reply!!

      Regards, Jon
      I've had enough of hope & chains.

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        Re: Original Allen Bradley P/N needed for contacts!

        Hi King,
        Yea I know they are not available anymore (unfortunatly!), but I am trying to find the original p/n so I can search the internet for some. I doubt there isn't someone, somewhere that have SOME, if ya know what I mean. That kind of contactor was used a lot in industrial controllers in its day. I'm hoping someone has a box of 'em somewhere! (wouldn't that be nice?!). I know what you mean about the Vantage type. They suck! They are loose, and fall apart rather easily (as you know).

        Anyway, thanks for the reply!!

        Regards, Jon
        I've had enough of hope & chains.

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          Re: Original Allen Bradley P/N needed for contacts!

          A fellow mechanic in town said he used to get the contact buttons from somewhere in Chicago. But he can't remember. You know, I'm talking about the little round contact itself. I guess they were like the ones vantage puts on theres. Riveted on. God, if you could find out where to get those they probably sell them for 25 cents apiece.

          Jonas

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            Re: Original Allen Bradley P/N needed for contacts!

            The original part number for the Allen-Bradley contactors is "700-C220X10" Type B

            These are (were) fairly common electrical contactors sometimes used for lighting control and if you looked through some electrical supply houses dealing with obsolete equipment.

            Let me know if you need some names...


            Kat
            "Where are we going, and why are we in a hand basket?"

            --Kat

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            • #7
              Re: Original Allen Bradley P/N needed for contacts!

              Thanks for the reply Kat! I have that part number from the contactor body already. The part # I'm looking for is actually th contcats themselves. I tried a nexus search on the net with that p/n but got nothing useful...I'm sure A/B had a specific p/n for each of the 2 contacts, just can't figger it out. All I have ever gotten was the AMF p/n..

              Keep going at it!

              Best regards, Jon
              I've had enough of hope & chains.

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