W31-X2M1G-2 - 

Thermal Circuit Breaker, W31 Series, 2 A, 1 Pole, 50 VDC, 250 VAC, Panel

W31-X2M1G-2 - Thermal Circuit Breaker, W31 Series, 2 A, 1 Pole, 50 VDC, 250 VAC, Panel

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W31 Series
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W31 Series
1 Pole
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The W31-X2M1G-2 is a 1-pole toggle actuator Thermal Circuit Breaker with screw termination and series trip circuit function. The 3-1393247-4 calibration breaker will continuously carry 100% of rating, may trip between 101 and 134% of rating at 25°C, must trip at 135% in one hour.
  • 15/32-32 Silver double D threaded bushing (0.320" (8.13mm) long)
  • Screw terminals situated 90° to each other with #8-32 screws and washers installed
  • Silver round metal toggle with amp rate marking on end
  • Two hex nuts/lockwasher installed mounting hardware
  • Cannot be reset against overload
  • Trip-free operation
  • Ten times rated current resettable overload capacity
  • Over 1500V RMS dielectric strength


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