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Carling Technologies 20 Amp Black Toggle Switch Circuit Breaker, Aa1 Series on

US $10.95

Hobe Sound, Florida, United States

Hobe Sound, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:Carling Manufacturer Part Number:AA1-X0-00-748-2d1-C

New In Package Carling Technologies 20 AMP White Toggle switch Circuit Breaker, AA1 Series.

New Carling Technologies 20 AMP Black Toggle switch Circuit Breaker, AA1 Series. P.N. AA1-20

  • P.N. AA1-20(aa10x0-00-748-201-c)
  • 6958-20 (6958/203-01)
  • 20 AMP
  • Trip amps 25
  • Hertz 50/60
  • Delay 24
  • Screw Terminal
  • Voltage 80 VDC / 277 VAC
  • Magnetic Hydraulic Trip Free
  • CE Marked, TUV Certified, CSA Certified, UL 1070 Recognized

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