Cooper Bussmann 1A Radial F Non-Resettable Wire Ended Fuse, 250V ac

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Product Details

Cooper Bussmann SR-5F Series

Cooper Bussmann SR-5F series fast-acting subminiature fuses are an ideal PCB fuse solution and can be used within a wide variety of applications.

Fast-acting, low breaking capacity

PCB Wire Ended

All fuses have Thermoplaste Polyamide bodies

Specifications
Attribute Value
Current Rating 1 A
Lead Orientation Radial
Voltage Rating 250 V ac
Fuse Speed F
Body Material Plastic
Body Diameter 8.5mm
Body Height 8.1mm
Wire Length 4.8mm
Wire Pitch 5.08mm
Breaking Capacity at Maximum Voltage Rating 50 A @ 250 V ac
Minimum Operating Temperature -40°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +125°C
Wire Diameter 0.6mm
On back order for despatch 14/01/2021, delivery within 3 working days
Price Each (In a Bag of 200)
HK$ 10.61
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
Per Bag*
200 +
HK$10.61
HK$2,122.00
*price indicative
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