FH40 - Eaton Cutler-Hammer Overload Relay Heater
Cutler Hammer Thermal and fast trip heater element is compatible with safety and emergency exit devices. It has a current rating of 9.59 To 10.4 Ampere Ambient 8.6-9.4 10.0-10.8A Non-Comp 8.0-8.7 9.8-10.5A overload non-compensating enclosed starters.
- Design: NEMA
- Full Load Current Range: Ambient 8.6-9.4, 10.0-10.8A, Non-Comp 8.0-8.7, 9.8-10.5A
- Overload Relay: Type A and B
- Special Features: Used with Starter Sizes 0,1, and 2
- Type: A200/B100 Heater
- Used With: Used with Starter Sizes 0,1, and 2
- Trip Type: Thermal and Fast Trip
- Authentic Eaton/Cutler-Hammer Product
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