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TL-15
FUSE EDISON PLUG 15A 125VAC
$12.71000
Eaton - Bussmann Electrical DivisionEaton - Bussmann Electrical Division
1
2041-1135-ND
TL
Bulk
ActiveHolderEdison Plug15A125 VSlow BlowElectrical, Industrial--CE, UL-10kAEdison Plug-
FUSE EDISON PLUG 15A 125VAC
FUSE EDISON PLUG 15A 125VAC
$6.35448
Eaton - Bussmann Electrical DivisionEaton - Bussmann Electrical Division
500
BK/TL-15-ND
TL
Bulk
ActiveHolderEdison Plug15A125 VSlow BlowElectrical, Industrial--UL--Edison Plug-
FUSE EDISON PLUG 30A 125VAC
FUSE EDISON PLUG 30A 125VAC
$6.35448
Eaton - Bussmann Electrical DivisionEaton - Bussmann Electrical Division
500
BK/TL-30-ND
TL
Bulk
ActiveHolderEdison Plug30A125 VSlow BlowElectrical, Industrial--UL--Edison Plug-
FUSE EDISON PLUG 15A 125VAC
FUSE EDISON PLUG 15A 125VAC
$27.62000
Eaton - Bussmann Electrical DivisionEaton - Bussmann Electrical Division
5
BP/TL-15-ND
TL
Bulk
ActiveHolderEdison Plug15A125 VSlow BlowElectrical, Industrial--UL--Edison Plug-
FUSE EDISON PLUG 20A 125VAC
FUSE EDISON PLUG 20A 125VAC
$27.62000
Eaton - Bussmann Electrical DivisionEaton - Bussmann Electrical Division
5
BP/TL-20-ND
TL
Bulk
ActiveHolderEdison Plug20A125 VSlow BlowElectrical, Industrial--UL--Edison Plug-
FUSE EDISON PLUG 25A 125VAC
FUSE EDISON PLUG 25A 125VAC
$27.62000
Eaton - Bussmann Electrical DivisionEaton - Bussmann Electrical Division
5
BP/TL-25-ND
TL
Bulk
ActiveHolderEdison Plug25A125 VSlow BlowElectrical, Industrial--UL--Edison Plug-
FUSE EDISON PLUG 30A 125VAC
FUSE EDISON PLUG 30A 125VAC
$27.62000
Eaton - Bussmann Electrical DivisionEaton - Bussmann Electrical Division
5
BP/TL-30-ND
TL
Bulk
ActiveHolderEdison Plug30A125 VSlow BlowElectrical, Industrial--UL--Edison Plug-
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Electrical, Specialty Fuses


Products in this family are used for over-current fault protection, and function on the basis of current flow in excess of a desired maximum causing the destruction of a conductive element within the device. They are distinguished from common fuses by one of several factors; bearing a non-supplementary classification under the UL248 standard, certification for use in hazardous or explosive environments, or a form factor other than those commonly encountered in products used for supplementary equipment protection such as those with an indication function or fusible cable links, and fuses designated for specific applications such as protection of telecommunications circuits or multimeters.