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    Cooper Bussmann 8A T Melamine Cartridge Fuse, 10 x 38mm

    RS Stock No.:
    848-4181
    Mfr. Part No.:
    LP-CC-8
    Brand:
    Cooper Bussmann
    Cooper Bussmann
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    Available to back order for despatch 03/02/2023
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    RS Stock No.:
    848-4181
    Mfr. Part No.:
    LP-CC-8
    Brand:
    Cooper Bussmann

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    COO (Country of Origin):
    MX

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    Product Details

    Eaton Bussmann Series Low-Peak Cartridge Fuse - LP-CC


    Eaton Bussmann Series Class CC cartridge fuses provide ultimate protection, they are current limiting and can be used where either a time-delay or a fast-acting fuse is needed. They are considered superior due to the all-purpose and space-saving elements which also meet most protection requirements. Through the use of Cooper Bussman's LP-CC series of cartridge fuses, users can dramatically reduce their existing fuse inventory by up to 33% when upgrading.

    Features & Benefits


    • 200kA interrupting rating complies with NEC Section 110.9
    • This range is professional
    • Fast, short circuit protection, dual-element and time delay performance allows these fuses to provide excellent protection
    • Provides a consistent 2:1 ampacity ratio, enabling selection co-ordination much easier
    • Avoid unwanted fuse openings through the time delay functionality
    • Gives a high level of current limitation and quick response speed under short circuited conditions
    • Compact in size, durable in strength

    How do cartridge fuses work?


    Cartridge fuses contain a piece of wire that melts when too much current flows through the circuit. When the wire melts, it breaks the circuit which prevents any damage. This is often referred to as burning out or blowing out. Put simply, when a fuse blows, the circuit is broken. Once a fuse has blown, it will need replacing in order to make the circuit complete again and allow the flow of current.

    Why use cartridge fuses?


    Cartridge fuses are a relatively cheap way of protecting electrical equipment from short circuits and overcurrent. They are incredibly safe as they do not produce flames, arcs or gas when they burn out and break the circuit. Their speed of operation is also incredibly quick, as they react almost instantly.

    Note

    Eaton formerly known as Bussmann

    Specifications

    AttributeValue
    Current Rating8A
    Fuse Size10 x 38mm
    Fuse SpeedT
    Voltage Rating150 V dc, 600V ac
    Body MaterialMelamine
    UL ClassCC
    SeriesBussmann
    Available to back order for despatch 03/02/2023
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    Price Each

    £36.72

    (exc. VAT)

    £44.06

    (inc. VAT)

    UnitsPer unit
    1 - 4£36.72
    5 - 24£34.15
    25 - 49£31.91
    50 - 99£29.96
    100 +£28.24