Power/ground shunt

  • 11-Jul-2008 01:47 EDT
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Unlimited Service’s 14-position environmentally protected shunt allows designers flexibility in incorporating all of the new electronic modules into wiring harness designs. Once integrated into the wiring harness, the shunt will provide an access point for field diagnostics of ground connections. The shunt offers 13 wire connections to a common buss bar and one ¼-in (6.35-mm) mounting stud. The shunt mates to the FCI 14-way Apex 2.8-mm (0.11-in) connection system. Temperature rated from -40 to +125°C (-40 to +257°F), the shunt and mating connector accommodate wire sizes from 10 to 20 ga. The shunt is capable of handling up to 60-A continuous current.

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