Cooper Bussmann, 200A, B2, T, British Standard Fuse, gG, 660V ac

Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
Product Details

Red Spot™ Range, Type ’T’ HBC

As the fuse allows for the starting surge of a motor its full load current must not exceed the lesser of the dual current rating. e.g. 20 M25 must not have a continuous load of greater than 20A

Breaking capacity 80kA ac 40kAdc
Rated up to 550Vac/ 250Vdc (Type A1) & 660Vac/ 460Vdc (Type A2)
General purpose (gG) and dual motor rated (gM) types
Low power dissipation
660Vac rated (A1 types 415Vac)
ASTA 20 certified

Specifications
Attribute Value
Current Rating 200 A
Fuse Size B2
Voltage Rating 660 V ac
Fuse Standard BS 88-2, IEC 269-2
Fixing Centres 111mm
Application Category GG
Tag Width 19.1mm
Fuse Speed T
High Rupture Capacity Yes
Overall Length 136.5mm
Body Diameter 33.7mm
Body Height 70mm
103 In stock for delivery within 5 working day(s) (Global Stock)
Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 104.60
(exc. GST)
$ 115.06
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 - 4
$104.60
5 - 24
$101.98
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$99.27
50 - 99
$96.52
100 +
$94.13
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