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Component: PolySwitch 200 - 2Amp limit @ 20'C

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Product ID # 2687
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  • This is a polyswitch  max current is 2.0A @ 20'C.
  • PolySwitch devices are used to help protect against harmful over current surges.
  • Like traditional fuses, these devices limit the flow of dangerously high current during fault conditions.
  • The polySwitch device, however, resets after the fault is cleared and power to the circuit is removed, thereby reducing warranty, service and repair costs.
  • The polyswitch shall be welded or soldered between two cells in one battery pack
  • Dimension: 23.4mm L x 11.00mm W x 0.5mm H
  •  Please click here to download specification
  • Current Rating: 2.0A
  • Resistance: 30.0~60 milli-ohms
  • Holding Current: 2.0A  @ 20'C
  • Tripping current: 4.4A @ 20'C
    • Tripping current is the maximum current for open up the circuit
  • Operating Temperaure: 85'C (Holding current = 0.9A) 
    • Note: The Percent of rated hold and trip current will be reduced if the temperature increase
  • Lead Free Status: Contains Lead
  • Mounting Type: Surface Mount
    Thermal Derating Chart (B = SRP Type)

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