NON-6

Cooper Bussmann North America Elect

BUSS ONE TIME FUSE

NON-6

Cooper Bussmann North America Elect

BUSS ONE TIME FUSE

  • NCE Part No: 10685
  • MPN: NON-6
  • UPC: 05171230006

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DESCRIPTION

6A 250V Class K5 One-Time Fuse

SPECIFICATIONS

Amperage Rating      :      6 A
Voltage Rating      :      250/125 VAC//VDC
Interrupt Rating      :      50000 Amp (RMS Symmetrical), 50000 Amp at 125 Vdc
Class      :      K-5
Type      :      Non Current Limiting
Size      :      0.56 In Diameter X 2.00 In Length
Connection      :      Ferrule End X Ferrule End
Brand Name      :      Cooper Bussmann
Standard      :      UL 248-9, CSA, CE
Application      :      Light Duty Circuit Locations

FEATURES

  • Catridge Fuses are Used to Protect Motors and Branch Circuits Where Higher AMP or Volt Ratings are Required. They are Available in a Wide Variety of Sizes, Amp and Volt Ratings up to 600 VAC and 600 AMP. Catridge Fuses are Used Extensively in Commercial, Industrial and Agricultural Applications as Well as Residential Fuse Panels, Air Conditioning, Pumps, Appliances and Other Equipment. Catridge Fuses are Available in Two Types. General Purpose Fuses Have no Time-Delay and Protect Fuse Panels, Appliances and Branch Circuits. Heavy- Duty Fuses Have a Time-Delay Feature, Allowing Momentary Motor Startups. Both are Available in 250 VAC and 600 VAC Versions with Catalog Symbol and Amp Rating Stamped on the Knife Blade or End Cap.
  • Original Fuse Providing Circuit Protection.
  • Operating Temperature: -55 to 85 Deg C

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