6752100-80 Circuit Breakers

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Part# 11-08401
MFR Model# 6752100-80


6752-100 series thermal–magnetic circuit breakers are designed and manufactured to meet stringent military standards with the reliability of the 6752 design. The 6752-100 is similar to the 6752-12 in size, and includes current ratings ranging from 50 to 100 amps.

The higher interrupting capacity, vibration resistance and longer cycling life of the 6752-100 series exceed previous military standards. In addition, the 6752-100 series provide ambient compensation, fault coordination of all ratings an option for auxiliary circuits.

Ambient Temperature Compensation
The 6752-100 series circuit breakers maintain their performance capabilities by means of a thermal compensator in the temperature range of -40°C to 70°C.

High Short Circuit Capacity
A deionizing grid and magnetic assist enable the 6752-100 series to successfully interrupt four fault currents of 6,000 amperes — two at sea level and two at 60,000 feet — on either a 120 VAC, 400 Hz system or a 30 VDC system.

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  • Current ratings: 80 amps
  • Proven reliability and performance of the 6752 series circuit breaker
  • Trip–free design
  • Circuit protection unaffected by temperature fluctuations MIL-C-5809 qualified
  • Ambient compensated
  • High vibration resistance
  • High interrupting capacity: 6,000 amps
  • Typical use: Military


  • Amp: 80
  • Vibration: 10G, 50–2,000 Hz (other vibration levels available)
  • Mechanical Shock: 30G
  • Acceleration: 10G
  • Weight: 113.6 gram (0.25 pound) maximum
  • Interrupt Current: 120VAC, 400 Hz: 3,500 amps; 28 VDC: 6,000 amps
  • Endurance: 5,000 cycles: 120 VAC, 400 Hz inductive;5,000 cycles: 120 VAC, 400 Hz resistive; 2,500 cycles: 28 VDC, 400 Hz inductive; 5,000 cycles: 28 VDC, 400 Hz resistive; 5,000 cycles: Mechanical, no load
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