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HMCP015E0C - 

Thermal Magnetic Circuit Breaker, Motor Protection, C Series, 600 VAC, 250 VDC, 15 A, 3 Pole, Panel

EATON CUTLER HAMMER HMCP015E0C

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Manufacturer Part No:
HMCP015E0C
Newark Part No.:
47K9883
Product Range
C Series
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C Series
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600VAC
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250VDC
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15A
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3 Pole
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Panel
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The HMCP015E0C is a 3-pole F-frame Motor Circuit Protector with non-aluminum terminals. The MCP is available with 15A current, 0-size NEMA starter and 45 trip. The MCP is designed to comply with the applicable requirements of Underwriters Laboratories Standard UL 489, Canadian Standards Association Standard C22.2 No. 5.1 and International Electro-technical Commission Recommendations IEC 157-1. An innovative design of internal components allows higher MCP-starter combination interrupting ratings. The MCP is marked to permit proper electrical application within the assigned equipment ratings. The MCP is a recognized component (UL File E7819) and complies with the applicable requirements of Underwriters Laboratories Standard UL 489 and nameplates bear the CE marking.

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This circuit breaker is considered "instantaneous trip"
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