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Innoraymond C10 soft starter for 120 volts 15 amps. Resistance based with temperature activated axial cooling fan for improved recovery times.
Innoraymond C10 soft starter for 120 volts 15 amps. Resistance based with temperature activated axial cooling fan for improved recovery times.
Innoraymond C10 soft starter for 120 volts 15 amps. Resistance based with temperature activated axial cooling fan for improved recovery times.
Innoraymond C10 soft starter for 120 volts 15 amps. Resistance based with temperature activated axial cooling fan for improved recovery times.
Innoraymond C10 soft starter for 120 volts 15 amps. Resistance based with temperature activated axial cooling fan for improved recovery times.

C10 (15A max. Fan cooled. Medium duty)

Raymond Innovations, LLC

Regular price $59.99 Sale

This single phase soft starter stops nuisance breaker tripping, reduces the damaging inrush current, and takes the “bang” out of your tools.
  • Increases the safety of your equipment and reduces mechanical stress.
  • Recommended for lower frequency-of-use applications with 120VAC, 10-15 amp motors.
  • Features heavy-duty aluminum enclosure and injection molded, reinforced plastic end caps.
  • Temperature activated axial cooling fan for improved recovery times.
  • Resistance based operation.
  • Proudly built in the U.S.A.
Does using your electrical equipment dim your lights every time? Do you trip the breaker often? Does your equipment run rough? The right soft starter is key to easing the stress on your generator. Increase safety, reduce electricity use, and increase the lifespan of your electric tools. Add the high-end soft start feature for all of your equipment with this single phase soft starter.

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SPECIFICATIONS:
  • Voltage: 120 Volts AC
  • Maximum current: 15A
  • Ambient operating temperatures: 40° - 95°F
  • Maximum (full soft start) duty cycle: 20 starts per hour 


WARNING:

  • Do not operate in environmental temperatures below 40°F.
  • Theoretical ramp times for the C10 can vary from 0-3 seconds.
  • Capacitor start induction motors must be at full speed within 3 seconds of being switched on.
  • If your capacitor start induction motor takes longer than 3 seconds to reach full speed, discontinue use of soft starter immediately. 

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Indoor use only.
  • Insert the appropriate end of supplied power cord into the side receptacle of the soft starter. Plug the other end of the power cord into your supply power outlet.
  • Plug your equipment into the front outlet of the soft starter.
  • Clean bottom fan filter as needed.


MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Mount vertically with the fan filter at the bottom to help reduce dust infiltration. Mount using screws, bolts, or zip ties.
  • To access lower mounting holes: using a knife blade, gently slide the blade underneath the edge of the fan grill and twist.


RAMP TIMES:

Ramp time is the length of time required for the motor to go from OFF to full speed. Ramp times will vary based on conditions such as: ambient temperatures, equipment construction, and the state of recovery from the previous use.


Approximate ramp time @ 40°F: 2.5s

Approximate ramp time @ 75°F: 1.6s

RECOVERY TIMES:

The recovery time is the length of time required for the softstarter to return to its normal state after use. Full recovery times can vary from 30 seconds to 10 minutes depending on: applied load, duration of applied load, ambient temperature, etc. Under normal conditions, an active cooling fan indicates that the Soft Starter has not fully recovered and may not be ready to fully suppress the next inrush.

DIMENSIONS:

Length: 6.25 inches
Width: 4.25 inches
Height: 3.25 inches
Weight: 1.5lbs

Customer Reviews

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F
F.C.
Saw Ramps Up

Now my DWE7491 ramps up when it starts instead of sounding like it’s going to come apart. Not sure why DW doesn’t add this feature.

J
J.S.

no apparent change in start up torque.

O
O.R.

Works great

j
j.f.
one of the two i bought has been running fine, its on a refrigerator.

seems to fit the bill for my application

j
j.a.
Not Pleased

I have a 2000 watt Honda generator that i wanted to use to run my 12 Amp air compressor...120 volt x 12 amp= 1440 watts with. The generator would not always get the compressor going because of the innitial high kick.Therefore i thought this Soft start would allow it to absorb the surge...but i was wrong.


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