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Fupact INF/ISFL/ISFT - 49631

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Fupact INF/ISFL/ISFT - 49631
INF.

blown fuse indicator 1NC 1NO - for Fupact INF

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  • Main
    range of product
    INF32
    INFD40
    range
    Fupact
    device short name
    Blown fuse indicator
    product or component type
    Blown Fuse Indicator
    device application
    Display
    range compatibility
    Fupact - Fupact INF fuse-switch disconnector
    Fupact - Fupact INFD switch disconnector
    poles description
    4P
    signal contacts composition
    1 NC
    1 NO
    Complementary
    [Ith] conventional free air thermal current
    10 A
    [Ie] rated operational current
    DC-12 : 2 A DC 48 V
    DC-12 : 6 A DC 24 V
    AC-15 : 6 A AC 50/60 Hz 24 V
    AC-15 : 2 A AC 50/60 Hz 380/415 V
    AC-15 : 2 A AC 50/60 Hz 440 V
    DC-12 : 0.5 A DC 110 V
    DC-12 : 0.55 A DC 250 V
    AC-15 : 4 A AC 50/60 Hz 48 V
    DC-12 : 0.3 A DC 440 V
    DC-12 : 0.1 A DC 220/240 V
    AC-15 : 3 A AC 50/60 Hz 220/240 V
    AC-15 : 3 A AC 50/60 Hz 110 V
    DC-12 : 0.3 A DC 380/415 V
    AC-15 : 3 A AC 50/60 Hz 250 V
    DC-12 : 0.1 A DC 250 V
    minimum load
    10 mA at 24 V
    Contractual warranty
    Warranty period
    18 months
  • Documents and Downloads

    Language
    • English
    Catalogue
    Date
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    Date 2017/10/06
    Size 85.6 MB
    CAD
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    blown fuse indicator 1NC 1NO - for Fupact INF
    Instruction sheet
    Date
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    Date 2018/10/31
    Size 4.6 MB
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