The contactors in a battery pack need to be able to switch high currents and high DC voltages. Hence they tend to be specialised discrete components. The following is a list of contactor manufacturers
A privately owned company founded in 1946 which has been successfully operated by three family generations. Commencing with the manufacture of the Albright contactor range in the 1950s, the strong tradition of designing and manufacturing our own products continues to this day. Albright is proud to be one of only a few contactor companies that wholly designs and manufactures its own product ranges.
Albright International operates from our Head Office at Whitchurch in the South of England, which incorporates a wholly owned manufacturing facility and Sales Office.
Company URL: albrightinternational.com
A power management company that has been in business for more than 100 years.
Company URL: eaton.com
All high power relays and power contactors are designed and engineered at their facility in Carpinteria, California.
Company URL: Gigavac.com
Designed to IEC specifications, our wide variety of AC and DC contactors in stock range from contactors for low-voltage devices, such as batteries, through to high-voltage power contactors up to 4,800 V and 1,100 A.
Company URL: schaltbau.com
A comprehensive electronic components manufacturer. Their HVC series can be used in a wide range of applications, e.g. DC fast charging stations, renewable energy storage systems as well as battery disconnect units (BDU).
Company URL: TDK.com
Design and manufacturing sensor and connectivity solutions for data, signals and power systems.
Company URL: te.com