Fuse blocks

  • 01-Jul-2011 02:32 EDT
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Electrical supply distributor Waytek introduces ATO/ATC fuse blocks, which feature a compact design for flexibility when mounting in limited space compartments. The blocks are available for 4, 6, or 8 ATO/ATC bade fuses. Clear, durable dust covers offer additional protection from dust and debris and allow users to easily replace blown fuses, according to the company. Constructed from black nylon, the ATO/ATC blocks are rated for 32 V dc, 20 A per fuse station for a 135-A total maximum load and feature an operating temperature range of -30 to +85°C (-22 to +185°F).

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