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W58-XB1A4A-3.5 - 

Thermal Circuit Breaker, W58 Series, 3.5 A, 1 Pole, 50 VDC, 250 VAC, Panel

W58-XB1A4A-3.5 - Thermal Circuit Breaker, W58 Series, 3.5 A, 1 Pole, 50 VDC, 250 VAC, Panel

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W58 Series
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The W58-XB1A4A-3.5 is a 1-pole P&B push-to-reset Circuit Breaker with 0.25-inch (6.35mm) quick-connect straight terminals and series trip circuit function. The 1-1393249-5 circuit breaker features that it cannot be manually pulled out to disconnect circuit. The reset button extends when overload occurs and breaker opens, red band appears for visible trip indication.
  • White with red rate marking, red trip band button
  • 7/16" x 0.5" (12.7mm) long metal mounting bushing
  • Metal knurled nut/hex nut mounting hardware



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