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JWC 3P 200A CIRC BKR ASSY TA250KB TERM
Part#: JWC3200
JWC 3P 200A CIRC BKR ASSY TA250KB TERM
MCCB electrical aftermarket accessories
Part#: 5658D60G16
MCCB electrical aftermarket accessories
JWC BRKR FRAME ONLY 3P 250A 660VAC MAX
Part#: JWC3250F
JWC BRKR FRAME ONLY 3P 250A 660VAC MAX
LOW-PEAK CLASS J T/D
Part#: LPJ-15SP
LOW-PEAK CLASS J T/D
LIMITRON FAST ACTING FUSE CLASS J
Part#: JKS-80
LIMITRON FAST ACTING FUSE CLASS J
LIMITRON FAST ACTING FUSE CLASS J
Part#: JKS-6
LIMITRON FAST ACTING FUSE CLASS J
UL CLASS J TIME-DELAY FUSE IND 200A
Part#: JTD200ID
UL CLASS J TIME-DELAY FUSE IND 200A
JLS UL CLASS J FAST-ACTING FUSE 35A
Part#: JLS035
JLS UL CLASS J FAST-ACTING FUSE 35A
JLS UL CLASS J FAST-ACTING FUSE 150A
Part#: JLS150
JLS UL CLASS J FAST-ACTING FUSE 150A
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Reducer Fuses and Fuse Reducers: What's the Difference?
Mersen

Reducer Fuses and Fuse Reducers: What's the Difference?

A Reducer Fuse is a reduced rating Class RK1 and J-Time Delay fuse designed to fit into a larger fuse holder.

A Fuse Reducer is an adapter kit to alter the fit and form of a fuse while maintaining the same ampere rating.
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High-Speed Class J (HSJ) Fuses from Mersen

High-Speed Class J (HSJ) Fuses from Mersen

Engineered specifically for the operating characteristics of electronic motor controllers, HSJ fuses combine high-speed performance (low I2t) and overload handling capabilities to provide simpler, more effective protection for soft-starters and drives. UL 248-8 Listed, HSJ fuses meet Code requirements for branch circuit protection.

Manufacturers

Mersen

Mersen

374 Merrimac Street
Newburyport, MA 01950
978-462-6662
Littelfuse, Inc.

Littelfuse, Inc.

8755 W Higgins Road
Chicago, IL 60631
(800) 832-3273

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Fuses – The Weakest Link is Often Your Strongest Link

Fuses – The Weakest Link is Often Your Strongest Link

If you work with electrical processes or electronics, fuses are obviously a part of your life. While circuit breakers are used for many applications, the good old fusible link in its various forms and iterations is still a necessary part of many circuits.

Fuses come in different shapes, sizes, and functions. When choosing a fuse for a circuit, choose carefully. The characteristics vary widely, and you need to use the one for the application you're designing.
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