ETA Thermal Overcurrent Circuit Breakers Type 1620
- Single pole, thermal miniaturised circuit breaker designed for automotive applications. Fits into fuse blocks designed to ISO 8820-3, Type F.
Automatic reset (for DC 12 V only) and open circuit
(modified reset to SAE) version optional. Open circuit version ensures contacts
staying open as long as power is on. The circuit breaker will reset after the
load is removed. Particularly suitable for installation in inaccessible
Current ratings correspond to those of blade fuses. Clear colour coding of the ratings: blade fuse and circuit breaker of the same colour have the same rating.
Meets the requirements of SAE J553.
Thermal circuit breaker, with controlled self-resetting mechanism, specially suited to installation in inaccessible locations. Under overload conditions the circuit breaker contacts will open to protect the load circuit. A low current excitation circuit ensures that the contacts remain open ther
Single pole thermal circuit breaker with push-to-reset, tease-free, trip-free, snap action mechanism (R-type TO CBE to EN 60934), threadneck panel mounting. The optional -KF housing is particularly suited to high humidity and other damp conditions. Approved to CBE standard EN 60934 (IEC 6
One, two and three pole thermal-magnetic circuit breakers with trip-free mechanism and toggle actuation (S-type TM CBE to EN 60934/IEC 934). Featuring a combi-foot design for both symmetric and asymmetric rail mounting. Available with auxiliary contact (1 x N/O or 1 x N/C) for status signalling.
One, two and three pole thermal-magnetic circuit breakers with trip-free mechanism and toggle actuation (S-type TM CBE to EN 60934/IEC 934). Designed for panel or plug-in mounting. Available with auxiliary contacts (1 x N/O, 1 x N/C) for status signalling. Two and three pole models are internall
Miniaturised single pole press-to-reset cycling trip free thermal circuit breaker designed for automotive fuse block installation. Extends the benefits of circuit breaker performance and convenience to applications which are cost critical. Colour-coded housing caps available. Version 1616
Single pole press-to-reset thermal circuit breaker with extremely fast overload switching performance (R-type TO CBE to EN 60934). Miniaturised construction minimises PCB real estate required. Largely temperature-insensitive.
Miniaturised single pole thermal-magnetic circuit breakers with trip-free mechanism and toggle actuation (S-type TM CBE to EN 60934). Two designs provide the option of either printed circuit board or threadneck panel mounting. A separate shunt tap terminal and auxiliary contacts are available. F
Three pole, aircraft style thermal circuit breaker with trip-free mechanism and push/pull on/off manual actuation. An indicator band on the push button clearly shows the tripped/off position. Threadneck panel mounted, temperature compensated, with optional aux
Single, two and three pole rocker switch/thermal trip free circuit breakers (S-type TO CBE to EN 60934) of compact design for snap-in panel mounting. Available either with protection on one/both/all poles or, in the case of the double pole version, protection on one pole only. Illumination is op
Single and multipole magnetic circuit breakers with trip-free mechanism and toggle actuation. A choice of fast magnetic or hydraulically delayed switching characteristics (S-type MO or HM CBE to EN 60934) ensures suitability for a wide range of applications. Industry standard dimensions and pane
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