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Allen-Bradley 193-KC10


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All products (new, surplus, and refurbished) are covered by Chief Automation's 1 Year Warranty. The Manufacturer's Warranty does NOT apply.

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The Allen-Bradley 193-KC10 is a bi-metallic overload relay designed for use in industrial automation systems. It is a miniature relay with a trip class of 10, which indicates its sensitivity to overload conditions. The relay is rated for a current range of 7.2 to 10 amps and features a single normally open (NO) and single normally closed (NC) contact configuration.

Technical Specifications

The technical specifications of the 193-KC10 include:

  • Current rating: 7.2-10.0 amps
  • Trip class: 10
  • Contact configuration: 1NO/1NC
  • Test release: Yes
  • Trip indicator: Yes
  • Manual/auto reset button: Yes
  • Compatibility: For use on 100-K series devices

Alarm/Error Codes

The 193-KC10 does not have specific alarm or error codes listed in our research. It is likely that any error conditions or alarm signals would be specific to the system or device it is integrated into, rather than being unique to the relay itself.

User Manuals

The user manual for the 193-KC10 is not directly available through our research. However, it is likely that the manual can be obtained from the manufacturer or a distributor, or through the product documentation on the Rockwell Automation website.


Troubleshooting the 193-KC10 would typically involve identifying the source of the overload condition that triggered the relay, and addressing that issue. This could involve checking the power supply, monitoring the current draw of connected devices, or adjusting the relay's settings to better match the system's requirements.


The 193-KC10 is a simple, non-programmable relay designed for basic overload protection. It does not require programming and operates based on its internal bi-metallic mechanism.


The installation of the 193-KC10 typically involves connecting it to the power supply and wiring it to the devices it is intended to protect. The relay should be installed in a location that allows for easy access and maintenance, and it should be properly secured to prevent damage or accidental disconnection.

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