Toshiba offers a wide range of low and medium voltage vacuum contactors with advanced protection and control. Available in compact, electrically-maintained or latched-type designs, Toshiba's vacuum contactors are used to efficiently protect and control motors, transformers, and breakers for many different applications.

Toshiba CV-10 Vacuum Contactors Distributors
CV-10

Toshiba's CV-10 vacuum contactor can be used in many applications where only vacuum circuit breakers were previously used. The CV-10H has a smaller footprint, lower price, and over 10 times the lifespan of a medium voltage breaker. The HV model is specifically designed for capacitor switching, while the HA model is for motor and transformer switching.

Toshiba HCV-/1JBU/1KAU Vacuum Contactors Distributors
HCV-/1JBU/1KAU

The Toshiba HCV-1KAU is Toshiba's first 720 A, low voltage vacuum contactor that does not utilize parallel vacuum interrupters per phase. The vacuum contactor incorporates Toshiba's patented "Axial Magnetic Field Type Electrode", which results in high current interruption in a smaller footprint than any comparable vacuum contactor. Also, the HCV-1KAU uses a solid state, electronic control (drive unit) that can be powered between 100 and 240 V and AC or DC power without changing the coil and/or other internal parts.

Toshiba HCV-5HA(L) Vacuum Contactors Distributors
HCV-5HA(L)

Toshiba's HCV-5HA was the first vacuum contactor produced in Houston, Texas, and was also the first to incorporate an electronic drive unit to power the operating coils. This solid state design eliminated the economizing resistors and improved the reliability of the coil circuit. The HCV-5HA is available as electrically-maintained or latched-type versions. Its compact size and high performance, as well as the availability of a drawout design, has helped many OEMs and end-users replace old air-break contactors and breakers.

Toshiba HCV-6KA(L)U Vacuum Contactors Distributors
HCV-6KA(L)U

Toshiba's HCV-6KA vacuum contactor utilizes the latest vacuum and solid state technology developed by Toshiba. The vacuum contactor uses a solid state, electronic control (drive unit) that can be powered between 100 and 240 V and AC or DC power without changing the coil and/or other internal parts. The HCV-6KA also incorporates Toshiba's patented "Axial Magnetic Field Type Electrode", which results in high current interruption in a smaller footprint than any comparable vacuum contactor.