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Fuseholder, PCB Mount, 250V, 6.3A, 5 x 20mm, Solder, Through Hole, Screwdriver Slot, Vertical

MCHTC-45M - Fuseholder, PCB Mount, 250V, 6.3A, 5 x 20mm, Solder, Through Hole, Screwdriver Slot, Vertical

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Manufacturer:
MULTICOMP MULTICOMP
Manufacturer Part No:
MCHTC-45M
Newark Part No.:
10WX2852
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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Cartridge Fuse Holder
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-
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6.3A
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250V
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-
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5mm x 20mm
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1Fuses
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Through Hole
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Product Overview

The MCHTC-45M from Multicomp is a PCB vertical mount fuse holder.
  • Nylon finger release bayonet cap with screwdriver slot
  • Current rating is 6.3A
  • Rated voltage is 250VAC
  • Power rating of 2.5W
  • Tin plated brass terminals
  • High temperature thermoplastic body
  • Contact resistance is less than or equal to 10mohm
  • Insulation resistance is less than or equal to 10Mohm
  • Dielectric strength is less than or equal to 2000VAC
  • Maximum operating temperature of 218°C

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Industrial

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