Schurter J Snap-In IEC Connector Male, 16.0A, 250.0 V

  • RS-stocknr. 125-9289
  • Fabrikantnummer 4710.6014
  • Fabrikant Schurter
Datasheets
Wetgeving en compliance
N.v.t.
Land van herkomst: IN
Productomschrijving

4710 Series

Professional range of Schurter power entry modules from the 4710 series, with a convenient IDC connection system. The modules are designed to be used on appliances with protection class I acc. to IEC 61140

Panel Mount
Straight Blade
Thermoplastic
Black

Specificaties
Kenmerk Waarde
IEC Connector Type J
Mounting Type Snap-In
Gender Male
Current Rating 16.0 A, 20.0A
Body Orientation Straight
Termination Method IDC, Snap-In
Switch Type 3 Pole
Voltage Rating 250.0 V
12 op voorraad - levertijd is 2 werkdag(en).
Prijs Each
2,62
(excl. BTW)
3,17
(incl. BTW)
Aantal stuks
Per stuk
1 - 9
€ 2,62
10 - 24
€ 2,44
25 - 49
€ 2,40
50 +
€ 2,34
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