TeSys GS - switch-disconnector-fuse - 3 P - UL 30 A - fuse size CCShow more characteristics >
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Main rangeTeSys product nameTeSys GS device short nameGS1 DD product or component typeSwitch-disconnector-fuse device applicationProtection designCompact poles description3P protected poles description3t contacts type and composition3 NO [Ith] conventional free air thermal current30 A at 104 °F (40 °C) [Ie] rated operational current30 A fuse typeUL fuse sizeCC network typeACDC network frequency50/60 Hz Complementary type of operating handleDirect frontalExternal frontal mounting supportPlateRail [Ui] rated insulation voltage690 V [Uimp] rated impulse withstand voltage8 kV rated operational power in W15 kW at 400 V25 kW at 690 V18.5 kW at 500 V short-circuit withstand5.5 kA mechanical durability10000 cycles electrical durability6000 cycles connections - terminalsPower circuit: lugs-ring terminals cable 2...6 mm² tightening torquePower circuit: 26.55 lbf.in (3 N.m) Environment standardsCSA C22.2 No 4UL98 product certificationsASEFALOVAGLROS (Lloyds register of shipping) IP degree of protectionIP20 with terminal cover conforming to IEC 60529 ambient air temperature for operation-4...158 °F (-20...70 °C) ambient air temperature for storage-40...176 °F (-40...80 °C) fire resistance1760 °F (960 °C) body conforming to IEC 60695-2-1 height4.57 in (116 mm) width3.82 in (97 mm) depth83.5 mm product weight1.32 lb(US) (0.6 kg) Ordering and shipping details Category22640 - IEC DISCONNECT-GS1,LK3 Discount ScheduleI11 GTIN00785901179535 Nbr. of units in pkg.1 Package weight(Lbs)1.25 ReturnabilityY Country of originFR Offer Sustainability RoHS (date code: YYWW) REACh California proposition 65WARNING: Cancer - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov Contractual warranty Warranty period18 months
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