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Features

Trip Free
Will trip open on overload, even when the handle is forcibly held on or restrained. This prevents operator from damaging the circuit by holding the handle in the ON position.

Trip Indication
The operating handle moves positively to the OFF position.

Ambient Operation
IPA protectors operate in temperatures between –40°C and +85°C.

Insulation Resistance
Not less than 100 megohms at 500 volts DC.

Dielectric Strength
IPA protectors withstand 3000Vac, 60Hz for 60 seconds between all electrically isolated terminals except auxiliary switch terminals shall withstand 500Vac, 60Hz for REG and REC types.

Endurance
Operating as a switch, the operating life exceeds 10,000 operations, at rated current, at a rate of 6 per minute.

Electrical Characteristics
IPA protectors are rated .050 to 30 amperes 65Vdc; .050 to 30 amperes 240 Vac 50/60Hz; 0.050 to 15 amperes 250Vac, 400Hz.

Poles
One through three poles available.

Construction
Series and series with auxiliary switch available in various delays and combinations.

Auxiliary and Alarm Switch
When supplied shall be S.P.D.T. configuration with a maximum rating of 3.0 amperes, 250Vac resistive load. Gold contacts are rated at .100 amperes, 125Vac resistive load.

Moisture Resistance
Meet all the requirements of MIL-PRF-55629 when tested in accordance with Method 106 of MIL-STD-202.

Salt Spray (Corrosion)
Meet the requirements of MIL-PRF-55629 when tested in accordance with Method 101 of MIL-STD-202.

Shock
Circuit protectors shall not trip when tested per MIL-STD-202, Method 213, Test Condition B with 100% rated current applied to delayed units and 80% rated current to instantaneous units. Units with auxiliary switches will withstand 30G max.

Vibration
Circuit protectors shall not trip when vibrated per MIL-STD-202, Method 201, Test Condition A with 100% rated current applied to delayed units and 80% rated current to instantaneous units.

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Specifications

Component Torque (in-lbs)
6-32 Mounting Inserts 6 to 8
M3 Mounting Screws 4 to 5
M4 Terminal Screws 10 to 12
Where applicable, mechanical support must be provide to the terminals when applying torque

 

Delay Pulse Tolerance
61, 62, 600 8 times rated current
61F, 62F, 600F 12 times rated current
Comparison of inrush pulse tolerance is with and without the inertia delay feature for each of the 50/60 Hz delays. Pulse tolerance is defined as a single pulse of half sine wave peak current amplitude of 8 milliseconds duration that will not trip the circuit protector.
Ounces Grams
1.7 48