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Parts by Number for Pollution Degree Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
HEXP24425108 PLC Radwell Smc Not Provided WARNING LABEL-POLLUTION DEGREE
1935365 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided PCB terminal block - PT 1.5/ 7-5.0-V - 1935365 then however with reduction in rated voltage or pollution degree / surge category.
1935213 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided PCB terminal block - PT 1.5/ 7-5.0-H - 1935213 then however with reduction in rated voltage or pollution degree / surge category.
1935349 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided PCB terminal block - PT 1.5/ 5-5.0-V - 1935349 then however with reduction in rated voltage or pollution degree / surge category.

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