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Thermal Circuit Breaker, 1658 Series, 240 VAC, 28 VDC, 8 A, 1 Pole, Plug On

1658-G21-02-P10-8A - Thermal Circuit Breaker, 1658 Series, 240 VAC, 28 VDC, 8 A, 1 Pole, Plug On

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Manufacturer:
ETA ETA
Manufacturer Part No:
1658-G21-02-P10-8A
Newark Part No.:
98K5998
Product Range
1658 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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1658 Series
:
240VAC
:
28VDC
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8A
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1 Pole
:
Plug On
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Product Overview

The 1658-G21-02-P10-8A is a 1-pole 8A Thermal Over-current Circuit Breaker with manual reset type thread-neck design and cycling trip free mechanism. The 1658 series circuit breaker has very cost effective design to meet international requirements. It has blade terminals and has breaking capacity of 2000A at 240VAC/28VDC voltage.
  • Extremely small and lightweight
  • -20 to +60°C Ambient temperature range
  • IP40 (operating area), IP00 (terminal area) Protection rating

Applications

Motor Drive & Control, Consumer Electronics, Industrial, Power Management

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