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DN0200 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided 300 mA, short-circuit and overload protection, Housing material: plastics...
TC1188 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided in Dropout). 140 µsec (typ.) Turn-On Response Time from SHDN. Low, 350VRMS Output Noise. Miniature External Components. Thermal Overload Protection. Output Current Limit. Low-Power Shutdown Mode...
UMP45 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Motor Controls / Contactors -z- Starters -z- Overloads / Manual Starters -z- Protectors. Mounting plate adapter, for mounting two DIN rail devices on one DIN rail. Use with contactor and MSP to create a complete motor starter/protection device.
LB1LC03M10 PLC Radwell Schneider Automation Inc Contactors & Starters, Thermal Overload/Heater OVERLOAD PROTECTION MODULE 4-6.3AMP
LB1LC03M10 PLC Radwell Telemecanique Contactors & Starters, Thermal Overload/Heater OVERLOAD PROTECTION MODULE 4-6.3AMP
LB1LC03M10 PLC Radwell Groupe Schneider Contactors & Starters, Thermal Overload/Heater OVERLOAD PROTECTION MODULE 4-6.3AMP
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