Red Lion R-C Series 250 V dc Maximum Voltage Rating Inductive Load Suppressor

  • RS Stock No. 905-5771
  • Mfr. Part No. SNUB0000
  • Brand Red Lion
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COO (Country of Origin): JP
Product Details

R-C Snubber Noise and ARC Suppressor

The R-C Snubber and ARC suppressor is intended to suppress the "inductive kick" from motors, solenoids or relay coils. High energy noise spikes are generated whenever current is interrupted through an inductive load. These noise spikes interfere with associated equipment causing erratic operation and also accelerate relay contact wear.

The R-C snubber suppresses the noise spikes and extends contact life.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Suppressor Type Inductive Load Suppressor
Maximum Voltage Rating 250 V dc
Series R-C
Length 19mm
Depth 8.5mm
Height 125mm
Dimensions 19 x 8.5 x 23mm
417 In stock for FREE next working day delivery
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£ 5.91
(exc. VAT)
£ 7.09
(inc. VAT)
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