Bussmann NO.216 Fuse Reducer; 100/60 Amp, 250/600 Volt

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Vendor: Bussmann
Cat #: NO.216
Part #: 141568
SKU: 2255
UPC #: 051712331029

Product Details

Strong contact is mainted both electrically and mechanically
There are no reducers for switching from one class to another

Bussmann Fuse reducer is a versatile fuse reducer which allows use of smaller sized fuses than the holder size with which clips are ideally compatible. It has current rating of 60 Amps at 250 Volts and 30 Amps at 600 Volts. Clip has current rating of 100 Amps at 250 Volts and 100 Amps at 600 Volts. It is compatible with Class-H and Class-K dimension fuses. Reducer adapts to most of the panels or switches including the dead-front type. Reducer maintains a strong contact mechanically and electrically which allows fuse to fit into clips firmly. Reducer is UL listed and CSA certified.

Product Specifications

250V Clip 100A
250V Fuse 60A
600 V Fuse Current Rating 30 A
600V Clip 100A
600V Fuse 30A
Additional Information None
Alternate Part Number NO216
Amperage Rating 60/100 Amp
Application For 250 Volt/60 Amp Class H And Class K Fuses
Catalog Description 250V/600V Class H/K5 Fuse Reducer
Catalog Number NO.216
Class H, K
Commodity Code 6133
Country of Origin MX
Fuse Class H&K Non-Rejection
Fuse Type Class H, Class K
GTIN 00051712331029
In Stock Yes
Invoice Description English BUSS FUSE REDUCER
Item Fuse Reducer
Manufacturer Series None
Mfr/Vendor Bussmann
Model NO
Product Type Fuse Reducer
Reducer Type Fuse Reducer
Select Code FUSES
ShortDescriptionStripped Bussmann-NO-216-Fuse-Reducer
Special Features 1-Pair of Reducers
Standard UL, CSA
Standards UL Guide IZZR File E12853, CSA Class 6225-01 File 47235
Type Fuse Reducer
UPC 051712331029
Voltage Rating 250/600 Volt
feature#1 Strong contact is mainted both electrically and mechanically
feature#2 There are no reducers for switching from one class to another