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    How does the GAVD0110 auxiliary contact work?

    How does the GAVD0110 auxiliary contact work?

    Product line:
    Tesys GV manual starters

    Auxiliary contacts

    Contacts do not appear to be working properly.

    The GVAD** can only be installed on left side of product and the GV2 must be in OFF position when mounting.
    The GVAD0110 has 2 different contacts
    One is fault signaling contact (terminals 95/96) NC contact and the second is only standard auxiliary NO contact (terminals 53/54 ).
    Fault signaling defect contact should be always in close position excepted when there is fault on GV2 ( short circuit or overload ) at this time contact open.
    This fault signaling defect contact is not related to ON/OFF position of GV2’s but to reset back to NC the device must be switched back to the ON position. 
    Auxiliary contact report the ON/OFF position of GV2’s.
    This Auxiliary NO contact is on Open when GV2 is on OFF position and close when GV2 is ON position.

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