Bussmann (Eaton) LP-CC-12 Low Peak™ LP CC Series Time Delay Fuse, Rejection Type, Class CC, 12A 600VAC/150VDC | Graybar Store
     
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    Low Peak™ LP CC Series Time Delay Fuse, Rejection Type, Class CC, 12A 600VAC/150VDC

    Manufacturer: Bussmann (Eaton)
    Manufacturer #: LP-CC-12
    SKU: 93150955
    $29.31
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    Voltage Rating:600V AC/150V DC
    Amps:12A
         
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    Product Detail:
    • Manufacturer Bussmann (Eaton)
    • Manufacturer # LP-CC-12
    • Amps 12A
    • Fuse Dimension 1-1/2 L x 13/32 in. Dia.
    • Fuse Type Low-Peak Time-Delay Current-Limiting Rejection-Type Class CC Fuse
    Product Overview:
    Low Peak™ LP CC Series Class CC 12A 600VAC/150VDC time delay rejection type fuse.
    • 200kA interrupting rating complies with NEC Section 110.9 for today's large capacity systems.
    • Fast short-circuit protection and dual-element, time-delay performance provide ultimate protection.
    • Reduces existing fuse inventory by up to 33% when upgrading to Low-Peak fuses.
    • Consistent 2:1 ampacity ratios for all Low-Peak fuses make selective coordination easy.
    • Time-delay characteristic avoids unwanted fuse openings from surge currents while fast response speed under short circuit conditions provides a high degree of current limitation.
    • Current-limitation protects downstream components against damaging thermal and magnetic effects of short-circuit currents.
    • A superior, all-purpose, space-saving branch circuit fuse that meets most protection requirements up to 30A.
    • Very compact, with a physical size only 13/32 in. x 11/2 in. (10.3 x 38.1mm) with rejction tip.
    • Proper sizing can provide no damage Type 2 coordinated protection for NEMA and IEC motor controllers.
    • Can be used where either a time-delay or a fast-acting fuse is needed, making selection easier and reducing spare fuse inventories for substantial cost reduction.
    • Superior protection for small horsepower motor circuits.