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Eaton Miniature Circuit Breaker: C, 5 A Current Rating, 480V AC Volt Rating, 48V DC Volt Rating, 1 Poles

Item # 407U351

$105.92 Each

Product Specs

Curve Type: C
Current Rating: 5 A
AC Voltage Rating: 480V AC
DC Voltage Rating: 48V DC
Number of Poles: 1
Interrupt Rating: 10kA @ 480V AC
Voltage: 480V AC; 48V DC
Actuator: Toggle
Application: Convenience Receptacle Circuits; Motor Control Circuits; Computers; Relays; UPS; HACR Equipment (Heating; Air Conditioning; Refrigeration); Branch Circuit Protection; Branch Service Applications
Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter: Yes
Features: Captive Screws Cannot be Lost; Easy Installation on DIN rail; Optimum Product Quality; Tested Reliability; Suitable for Branch Circuit Device Protection; Rated for 10 kA at 277/480 VAC
For Maximum Wire Size: 6 AWG
For Minimum Wire Size: 18 AWG
Frame Size: 40A
Frame Type: FAZ
Frequency: 60 Hz; 50 Hz
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter: No
Housing Material: Nylon
Instantaneous Trip Type: Fixed
Maximum Operating Temperature: 104 ° F
Minimum Operating Temperature: -4 ° F
Mount Type: DIN Rail
Overall Depth: 1 in
Overall Height: 3 in
Overall Width: 0.71 in
Reset Type: Manual
RoHS Compliant: Yes
Specifications Met: UL 489; CSA Certified; IEC 60947; VDE; ABS; UL 1077
Terminal Connection Style: Lug
Trip Type: Thermal-Magnetic

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • Spain
Hazardous material - General

About DIN-Rail Miniature Circuit Breakers

Mount these miniature circuit breakers on DIN rails. Miniature breakers require less mounting space than standard breakers. Mounting on DIN rails allows you to easily add, move and remove circuit breakers as needed without having to add new panelboards or load centers.

These breakers are UL1077 or UL489 listed and are classified according to their fault over-current tripping range. All circuit breakers must be used with a compatible panelboard or load center.

All FAZ-series miniature circuit breakers comply with ULF489 specifications and provide feeder and branch circuit protection. The breaker can be line or load-side fed, and has a visual indicator that identifies if the device has tripped or is still active.