EYP-2BN110 - 

Fuse, Thermal Cutoff, 2 A, 250 V, 115 °C, Axial Leaded, 80 °C

EYP-2BN110 - Fuse, Thermal Cutoff, 2 A, 250 V, 115 °C, Axial Leaded, 80 °C

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The EYP-2BN110 is a 2A 250VAC Thermal Cut-off or Thermal Fuse with 115°C functioning and 80°C holding temperature, axial leaded terminals, epoxy resin sealant, Pb-Cd free fusible alloy, ceramic insulating case, special resin flux and tin plating copper lead wire, it features small and insulation type - TCO is compact and insulated featuring quick temperature response and mountable in a small space without insulation or protection. High reliability - TCO opens reliably when the equipment becomes abnormal and is not resettable. Solid structure - unique formed lead provides reliable TCO connection and provides easy assembly handling. Thin type - thick is less than 0.8mm for spot welding, halogen-free, can also be used for overheating protection.
  • 200°C Maximum temperature



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