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Bussmann LPJ-8SP

LPJ-8SP LPJ-SP Current Limiting Time Delay Fuse, 8 A, 600 VAC, 300 VDC, 100/300 kA, Class J, Cartridge Body

  • MPN: LPJ-8SP
  • UPC: 051712523479
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Bussmann LPJ-8SP

Bussmann Low-Peak® Time Delay Fuse, Current Limiting, Series: LPJ-SP, Non-Indicating, Non-Rejection, 8 A, 600 VAC/300 VDC, 100/300 kA Interrupt, Class: J, 10 s Response, Ferrule Terminal, Holder Mount, Cartridge Body Type, Dual Element, Melamine, 0.81 in Dia x 2.25 in L Body Size

Amperage Rating      :      8 A
Body Size      :      0.81 in Dia x 2.25 in L
Body Type      :      Cartridge
Class      :      J
Element      :      Dual
Indicating/Non-Indicating      :      Non-Indicating
Interrupt Rating      :      100/300 kA
Material      :      Melamine
Mounting Type      :      Holder
Rejection/Non-Rejection      :      Non-Rejection
Response Time      :      10 s
Series      :      LPJ-SP
Terminal Type      :      Ferrule
Type      :      Current Limiting
Voltage Rating      :      600 VAC/300 VDC
  • Separate overload and short circuit elements provide time delay for sizing of high inrush loads linked with class J current limitation
  • Selective co-ordination ratio of 2:1 (within Low-Peak® fuse family) prevents electrical shutdowns from extending beyond the failed circuit
  • Series combination ratings with branch circuit breakers allows broad range of coverage, independent of breaker manufacturer
  • 300 kA at 600 VAC, 100 kA at 300 VDC interrupt rating
  • 10 s at 500% of rated current response time
  • Industry's only UL listed and CSA Certified fuse with a 300 ka interrupt rating that allows for simple, worry free installation in virtually any application
  • Fast short circuit protection and dual element, time delay performance provide ultimate protection
  • Reduces existing fuse inventory by up to 33% when upgrading to Low-Peak® fuses
  • Consistent 2:1 ampacity ratios for all Low-Peak® fuses make selective co-ordination easy
  • Long time delay minimizes needless fuse openings due to temporary overloads and transient surges
  • Current limitation protects down stream components against damaging thermal and magnetic effects of short circuit currents
  • Dual element fuses have lower resistance than ordinary fuses so they run cooler
  • They can often be sized for backup protection against motor burnout from overload or 1-phasing if other overload protective devices fail
  • Proper sizing can provide "no damage" type 2 co-ordinated protection for NEMA and IEC motor controllers
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