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KLIXON 2TC2-15 CIRCUIT BREAKER

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Part# 11-08394
MFR Model# 2TC2-15

Overview

15 amp, single–phase, miniature ambient compensate Miniature size
  • Trip–free design
  • High vibration resistance
  • High interrupting capacity
  • Coordinated ratings
  • AS58091 qualified; Military Approvals, FAA PMA
  • Typical end use: Aircraft power distribution systems

Features

  • Miniature size
  • Light weight
  • Trip–free design
  • Current ratings 15 amps
  • High vibration resistance
  • High interrupting capacity
  • Coordinated ratings
  • AS58091 qualified (Also: Military Approvals, FAA PMA)
  • Typical end use: Aircraft power distribution systems Miniature size

Specifications

  • Part No: 2TC2-15
  • Amp: 15
  • Vibration: 10G minimum, 50–500 Hz (other vibration levels available)
  • Mechanical Shock: 50G
  • Acceleration: 10G
  • Weight of series: 24 gram maximum (2TC14)
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Reviews

Great quality, perfect fit.

Ted M Verified Purchase

KLIXON CIRCUIT BREAKER 2TC2-15

October 12, 2021

Outstanding!

Michael L Verified Purchase

KLIXON CIRCUIT BREAKER 2TC2-15

August 11, 2021

Good quality, small and looks good in my instrument panel. Klixon has been around for years and make reliable products.

Conrad L
August 3, 2017

Works, but do NOT overtighten the terminal screws as the rear case will split easily.

Craig W
February 16, 2021

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