Industrial Surge Protection, DIN Rail Mount

  • RS Stock No. 136-3875
  • Mfr. Part No. 1SNA199412R1500
  • Manufacturer ABB
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): FR
Product Details

1 stud terminal M4 x 11.5 mm 0.453 in,
Equipment: self locking nut + spring washer + washer

Specifications
Attribute Value
Mounting Style DIN Rail
Length 1.2mm
Width 54mm
Depth 55mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -55°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +110°C
Operating Temperature Range -55 → +110 °C
Dimensions 1.2 x 54 x 55 mm
On back order for despatch 26/12/2019, delivery within 5 working days from despatch date.
Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 2.77
(exc. GST)
$ 3.05
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 +
$2.77
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