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Ssl Cap200b 2 Frad Power Capacitor 20vdc 24v Surge + Inline Fuse on 2040-parts.com

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Aylesbury, United Kingdom

Aylesbury, United Kingdom
USED BUT IN GOOD CONDITION
Brand:SSL MAPLINS Input Voltage:12V Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply Output Voltage:24V Type:2 FRAD CAP Features:High Voltage Input Protection, On/Off Switch, Over Battery Voltage Protection, Overheating Protection, Short Circuit Protection, REMOTE POWER SWITCH, DIGITAL DISPLAY EAN:Does not apply

SSL FROM MAPLINS 2 FRAD CAP 20VDC 24V SURGE
+ 12V IN + UPTO 24V OUT PUT , REMOTE CABLE ON/OFF VIA HEAD UNIT
COMES WITH FREE INLINE FUSE ,  HAS DIGITAL DISPLAY 


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