B36.0 - Square D Overload Relay Thermal Unit
Square D plug in mounting standard thermal overload heater unit sensing method melting alloy, Standard Trip, full load ampere 17.5 to 24.6 Amp.
- Manufacturer: Schneider Electric
- Family: B Series
- Type: B
- Overload Heater
- Thermal Unit
- Motor Tripping Class: 20
- Sensing Method : Melting Alloy
- Plug In Mounting
- Full Load Amps: 17.5 to 24.6 Amp
- Trip Type: Standard Trip
- Authentic Square D Product.
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