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The URCO (Ultimate) Series refrigeration hard starts provide a high torque start. They are designed to operate with or without run capacitors. The series provides protection for all applications, says the company. The pre-wired units are available for use on compressors from 1/12 to 1/2 hp, 120 V. Features include 1/4-inch push-on terminals for run capacitor and 90-degree Fusite connector for compressor. Any combination of relay, overload, and hard start is available, thereby reducing truck stock. The refrigeration hard starts include wiring diagrams and wire nuts.

SUPCO, 2230 Landmark Place, Allenwood, NJ 08720; 732-223-6644; info@supco.com; www.supco.com

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