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Altech Corp - 10D16SB - Fuse; Diazed; Slow Blow; 10A; Sz ND-E 16; Class gL/gG; Dims 0.52x1.97"; Glass; 500VAC View larger image View larger image
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Altech Corp Fuse; Diazed; Slow Blow; 10A; Sz ND-E 16; Class gL/gG; Dims 0.52x1.97"; Glass; 500VAC
Mfr. Part#:
10D16SB

Allied Stock#: 70025288

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Pricing (USD) & Availability
Standard Pricing
$2.33 (Each)
1$2.330
50$2.220
100$2.110
250$2.050
500$2.010
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Specifications

Application: Protect cable, equipment, and conductors from damage due to overloads and short circuits
Class: Class gL/gG
Color: Red
Current Rating: 10 A
Diameter: 0.52 in.
Dimensions: 0.52 Dia. x 1.97 L in
Fuse Type: Diazed Type
Length: 1.97" (50.038mm)
Material, Body: Glass
Mounting Type: Panel Mount/DIN Rail
Primary Type: Diazed
Size: ND-E 16
Termination: Threaded Stud
Type: Slow Blow
Voltage Rating: 500 VAC

Overview

Overview:
  • Diazed fuses (Bottle fuses) are available in five sizes: ND to 35 A, DII to 35 A, DIII to 100 A, DIV to 100 A, and DV to 200 A.
  • Fuse accessories are sized to match.
  • Each fuse body has a different diameter to fit only into the appropriate screw cap and fuse base.
  • Fuse tips have different diameters, depending on their current rating. The diameter of the tip matches the diameter of the hole in the adapter screw to ensure that no fuse with a higher rating than intended for the circuit can be installed.
  • Fuses and adapter screws are color-coded to avoid mismatching.
  • Pop-out, color-coded indicators on fuse heads give visible indication of a blown fuse.
  • Diazed fuse bases are available in 1-Pole and 3-Pole designs.
  • Fuse bases can be panel-mounted or snapped onto a standard 35mm DIN rail.
  • gL/gG - Slow Blow operating class protects cable, equipment, and conductors from damage due to overloads and short circuits.