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It is a allen bradley 100-c16*400 ser.B I don't know what order thw wires go from the relay to the fanal like #58 goes to L1 or L2 that type of problem

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    I need a wiring diagram for wiring the allen bradley contactor 100-c16*400 fanal to the allen bradley relay switch that you must have for the Sunal profi 3200 TANNING BED

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Hi,

Hope this helps.

Wiring Diagrams — Perimeter Access Controls Schematic Diagram Transmitter Receiver it is a allen bradley - diagram1.gif diagram2.gif Connector Pinout Diagram Transmitter Receiver 7-Pin Connector
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Or for more instruction please check the manual:

http://www.ab.com/industrialcontrols/products/solid-state_motor_control/soft_starters/pdf/adv_motor_wiring_diagram.pdf

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