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Thermal Circuit Breaker, 1110 Series, 250 VAC, 28 VDC, 5 A, 1 Pole, Panel

1110-F112-P1M1-5A - Thermal Circuit Breaker, 1110 Series, 250 VAC, 28 VDC, 5 A, 1 Pole, Panel

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Manufacturer:
ETA ETA
Manufacturer Part No:
1110-F112-P1M1-5A
Newark Part No.:
98K5389
Product Range
1110 Series
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Product Information

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1110 Series
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250VAC
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28VDC
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5A
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1 Pole
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Panel
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Product Overview

The 1110-F112-P1M1-5A is a 1-pole 5A Thermal Over-current Circuit Breaker with push button, trip-free operation and snap action mechanism. The 1110 series circuit breaker has designed for snap-in panel mounting utilising round hole or industry standard fuse-holder cut-out dimensions. It has breaking capacity of 1000A at 250VAC and 200A at 28VDC voltage.
  • Ergonomically styled two colour actuator with indicator band
  • -20 to +60°C Ambient temperature range
  • IP40 (operating area), IP00 (terminal area) Protection rating

Applications

Motor Drive & Control, Consumer Electronics, Industrial, Sensing & Instrumentation, Power Management, Defence, Military & Aerospace

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