Bussmann NON-2 General Purpose Fuse; Class K5, 2 Amp, 250 Volt AC, 125 Volt DC, Holder Mount, Clip

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Vendor: Bussmann
Cat #: NON-2
Part #: 188241
SKU: 10776
UPC #: 051712300025

Product Details

Size: 0.560 Inch Diameter x 2 Inch Length
Non current-limiting
One-time fuses do not hav appreciable degree of time-delay

Bussmann One time fuse has current rating of 2 Amps and interrupted rating of 10 kilo-Amp at 250 VAC. It has diameter of 0.56 Inch and ferrule terminal for connection. It measures 0.560 Inch diameter x 2 Inch. Fuse is ideal for general-purpose circuits, size at ampere rating of circuit and motor circuits, size at 300% to 400%. Fuse is UL, CSA listed.

Product Specifications

Alternate Part Number NON2
Amperage 2 A
Amperage Rating 2 Amp
Application For Use In Protection Of Lighting, Heating And Other Circuits, Light Duty Circuit Locations
Case Quantity 1, 10
Catalog Description 2A 250V Class K5 One-Time Fuse
Catalog Number NON-2
Characteristics One Time
Class K5
Commodity Code 61110
Connection Clip
Country of Origin MX
Diameter 0.56 in
Element Single
GTIN 00051712300025
Gross Weight 0.027
In Stock Yes
Indication Non-Indicating
Interrupt Rating 50 Kilo-Amp RMS
Interrupting Rating 50000 A (Symmetrical), 10000 A (Dc)
Invoice Description English BUSS ONE TIME FUSE
Item General Purpose Low Voltage Fuse
Material Melamine
Mfr/Vendor Bussmann
Model NON
Mounting Holder
Product Type Fuse
Select Code FUSES
ShortDescriptionStripped Bussmann-NON-2-General-Purpose-Fuse
Special Features One Time Fuse
Standard UL 248-9, CSA, CE
Standards UL Listed Standard 248-9, Guide JDDZ File E4273, CSA Class 1421-01 File 53787, CE Certified
Terminal Type Ferrule
Type Non-Current-Limiting
Type Of Indicators Non-Indicating
UPC 051712300025
Voltage Rating 250 Volt AC, 125 Volt DC
feature#1 Size: 0.560 Inch Diameter x 2 Inch Length
feature#2 Non current-limiting
feature#3 One-time fuses do not hav appreciable degree of time-delay