Deltron 275 V 6.5A VSU Voltage Suppression Unit, Screw Mount Mounting

  • RS-stocknr. 761-5766
  • Fabrikantnummer VSU4W
  • Fabrikant Deltron
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Land van herkomst: GB
Productomschrijving

Roxburgh VSU Series

Roxburgh VSU series of external voltage suppression units are ideal for general purpose use.

Connections by 150mm flying leads and fixing with earth tab

Note

Designed for use in conjunction with following filters:
226-6426
, 264-8761, 188-9220, 188-9236 and 188-9157

Specificaties
Kenmerk Waarde
Suppressor Type Voltage Suppression Unit
Maximum Voltage Rating 275 V
Mounting Type Screw Mount
Maximum Surge Current 6.5A
Series VSU
Length 40mm
Depth 40mm
Height 35mm
Dimensions 40 x 40 x 35mm
6 op voorraad - levertijd is 1 werkdag(en).
Prijs Each
38,11
(excl. BTW)
46,11
(incl. BTW)
Aantal stuks
Per stuk
1 - 9
€ 38,11
10 - 19
€ 29,87
20 - 24
€ 27,64
25 - 49
€ 24,87
50 +
€ 22,39
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