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Thermal circuit breakers provide heavy duty circuit protection for 25 to 200 Amp loads when switching and circuit protection are both required.
- Single lever operation—clearly visible, large lever with vertical/horizontal orientation provides indication of trip status
- "Trip Free" design cannot be held "ON" during fault current condition
- Self-trimming case eliminates need for mounting panels or trim bezels
- Large clearance around terminal studs accepts up to 1/0 AWG lugs
- Recessed mounting holes for clean appearance
- Robust 5/16"-18 terminals provide high torque connections
- Meets SAE J1171 external ignition protection requirements
- Maximum Voltage: 48V DC
- Mounting: Panel Mount
- Circuit Breaker Type: Thermally responsive Bi-metal blade
- Circuit Breaker Class: Type III - switchable/manual reset - trip free
- Terminal Stud Torque: 75 in-lb (8.47 Nm)
- Interrupt Capacity, The fault current that a device, normally a fuse or circuit breaker is capable of breaking without damage: 5000A @ 12V, 3000A @ 24V, 1500A @ 42V
- Minimum Operating Temperature: -40° C
- Maximum Operating Temperature: 85° C
- Case Material: Thermoset Polyester
- Mounting Hole: Accept #10 (M5) Screw
- Terminal Stud Size: 5/16" - 18
- Weight: 0.58lb (0.26 kg)
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