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0216010.HXP

216 Series Fast-Acting 250 V 10 A Ø 5 x 20 mm Ceramic Cartridge Fuse

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Mfr. Name: Littelfuse
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Technical Attributes
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Voltage Rating: 250V
Rated Voltage (VAC): 250VAC
Response Characteristic: Fast-Acting
Current Rating: 10A
Resistance: 0.0079Ω
Interrupting Rating: 1500A
Operating Temp Range: -55°C to +125°C
Typical Melting I2T: 154.34A
Dimension: L  20mm x D  5mm
Package Style:  CARTRIDGE
Mounting Method: Fuse Block / Clip / Holder
Features & Applications

0216010.HXP Fast Acting Ceramic Fuse from the circuit protection leaders Littelfuse.

Environment Specifications of the 0216010.HXP 10A fast acting fuse:

  • Operating temperature: -55°C to 125°
  • Thermal Shock: MIL-STD-202F Method 107G
  • Vibration: MIL-STD-202F Method 201A
  • Humidity: MIL-STD-202F Method 103B
  • Salt Spray: MIL-STD-202F Method 101D, Test Condition B

See 0216010.HXP Datasheet for more technical data.

The 10 amp, 250V ceramic cartridge fuse (0216010.HXP) is one of several fast acting fuses from Littelfuse. 

The entire 5 x 20 mm fuse family offers electrical protection from 0.05 to 16 amperes.

Littelfuse fast acting fuses are also available in axial lead packaging as well as cartridge format.

Littelfuse's fast acting ceramic cartridge fuse 0216010.HXP has been designed to International (IEC) Standards for use globally.

0216010.HXP is RoHS compliant and Lead-Free

Keywords: Littelfuse, Fast Acting Fuse, 10A fuse, Ceramic Cartridge Fuse, 5 x 20 mm Fast Acting Fuse

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7,000
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Factory Lead Time:
15 Weeks
Minimum Order:
1000
Multiple Of:
100
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Total
$645.00
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