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Fuse, Industrial / Power, Fusetron FNM Series, 5 A, 250 VAC, 10.3mm x 38.1mm, 13/32" x 1-1/2"

FNM-5 - Fuse, Industrial / Power, Fusetron FNM Series, 5 A, 250 VAC, 10.3mm x 38.1mm, 13/32" x 1-1/2"

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Manufacturer Part No:
FNM-5
Newark Part No.:
27F869
Product Range
Fusetron FNM Series
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Fusetron FNM Series
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5A
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250VAC
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-
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10.3mm x 38.1mm
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13/32" x 1-1/2"
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Time Delay
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The FNM-5 is a 5A green Time-delay Supplemental Fuse with melamine tube and nickel plated brass end caps. For superior protection, Bussmann recommends upgrading to low-peak class CC fuses. The FNM fuse is color coded green for 250VAC maximum voltage rating.

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Set the multimeter to measure resistance. If the fuse measures a really small resistance, it is good. If it measures at a really large resistance, it is broken.
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