Bussmann (Eaton) SC-1-1/2 SC Series Class G Fast Acting Fuse, Size Rejecting, Current-Limiting, 1-1/2A, 600VAC/170VDC | Graybar Store
     
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    SC Series Class G Fast Acting Fuse, Size Rejecting, Current-Limiting, 1-1/2A, 600VAC/170VDC

    Manufacturer: Bussmann (Eaton)
    Manufacturer #: SC-1-1/2
    SKU: 92060934
    $19.65
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    Amps:1-1/2A
    Voltage Rating:600VAC/170VDC
    Interrupt Rating:100kA VAC RMS Sym.; 10kA VDC
    Standard:UL Listed; CSA Certified
    Class:Class G
    End Type:Ferrule End x Ferrule End
         
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    Product Detail:
    • Manufacturer Bussmann (Eaton)
    • Manufacturer # SC-1-1/2
    • Application Fusible Branch Panelboards; HVAC Branch Circuit Protection
    • UNSPSC 39121609
    • Amps 1-1/2A
    • End Type Ferrule End x Ferrule End
    • Fuse Dimension 1.31 L x 0.41 in. Dia.
    • Fuse Type Size Rejecting Current Limiting Fuse
    • Voltage Rating 600VAC/170VDC
    • Class Class G
    • Interrupt Rating 100kA VAC RMS Sym.; 10kA VDC
    • Standard UL Listed; CSA Certified
    • ECCN EAR99
    • Country of Origin MX - Mexico
    Product Overview:
    SC Series Class G Fast Acting Fuse, Size Rejecting, Current-Limiting, 1-1/2A, 600VAC/170VDC, Dimensions 1.31 L x 0.41 in. Dia.
    • Meets Basic Protection Requirements of NEC, CEC, UL and CSA
    • Most Economical Overcurrent Protection Solution Compared to Circuit Breakers
    • For Use in Various Non-Demanding, General Purpose Applications
    • Compact Branch-Circuit Units With High Interrupting Rating and Current-Limitation
    • With Up to 600V Rating, They Can Be Used in 120/208V, 120/240V and 277/480V Circuits
    • Size Rejection By Length Helps Prevent Overfusing
    • SC Fuses Are About 1/2 the Size of 600V NEC Fuse Type
    • Fuses 7 Amps and Above Have a Degree of Overload Time-Delay That Permits Them to Pass Temporary Overloads