Bussmann DD160 Fuse
The Bussmann DD160 Fuse is specifically designed for the protection of general industrial applications e.g. power distribution, cable protection, motor protection.
Specification for the Bussmann DD160 Fuse
|Current Rating||160 A|
|Voltage Rating||415 V ac|
|Fuse Standard||BS 88, IEC 269|
|High Rupture Capacity||Yes|
The Bussmann brand is the industry standard for circuit protection. They provide more than 50,000 SKUs of electrical and electronic fuses. This figure also includes fuse holders, power distribution blocks as well as engineering, training and testing services.
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Bussmann circuit protection products and services focus on downtime reduction, workplace safety and Code compliance. Especially for the industrial/MRO, OEM and construction markets. From electrical power fuses to fuse blocks and holders and engineering services, the Bussmann brand stands for protection you rely on.
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