0FHA0001ZXJ - 

Fuseholder, In-Line, 20A, ATO®, Wire Leaded

0FHA0001ZXJ - Fuseholder, In-Line, 20A, ATO®, Wire Leaded

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Automotive Blade Fuse Holder
ATO Series
Wire Leaded
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Product Overview

The 0FHA0001ZXJ is a 20A/32V standard In-line Fuse Holder with 16AWG/1.3mm² stranded black wire and wire leaded terminals. This fuse holder for used with ATO® style blade fuse and FKS fuse 1 to 20A or 25A and 30A.
  • -35 to 100°C Operating temperature




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25 Further stock expected to ship on May 1, 2018

47 Further stock expected to ship on May 24, 2018

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