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Eaton Cutler Hammer

Cutler Hammer Soft Starters

Eaton Cutler Hammer reduced voltage soft starters are compact, multi-functional, easy to install, and easy to program. Designed to control acceleration and deceleration of 3-phase motors, there are options available for current ranges from 0.8 amp through 1,000 amp applications and that are suitable for mounting in motor control centers or in enclosed control applications. Options include integral run bypass, motor overload protection and advanced diagnostics.

Cutler Hammer Soft Starters
Product Overview:

DS6 Soft Start Controllers - The DS6 line of soft start controllers is designed to control the acceleration and deceleration of three-phase motors and is available for current ranges from 40 to 180 amps. The DS6 is the perfect option for upgrading existing systems that may currently be using wye-delta, autotransformers or across-the-line NEMA and IEC starters.

S801/S811 Soft Starters - The S801/S811 line of soft starters is designed to be the smallest, most compact soft starter in the market today. With this small size, it can easily fit in place of existing soft starter designs, wye-delta starters or across-the-line NEMA and IEC starters. This feature allows easy retrofits of existing Motor Control Centers or Enclosures and saves the expense of replacing existing structures or adding a new one to house a soft starter. The product is designed to work with 3-phase motors in a Delta (3-lead) configuration. The S801/S811 works with all motors from fractional horsepower up to motors requiring 1000 amps of steady state current. The built-in over-load (in ranges from 12 - 1000 amps) and run bypass contactor make installation and setup quick and easy. The overload also offers some advanced protective functions to give additional motor protection.

With the pump control option, it is the number one soft starter available for pumping applications. The unique soft stopping control provides a smooth transition for stopping a motor and eliminating the "water-hammer" effect that can damage pipes, valves, and pumps.