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These bi-metallic single pole breakers weigh less than 2 oz. and are especially suitable for homebuilt aircraft. Used as original equipment in Beech, Cessna and Piper aircraft. Maximum operating voltages: 32 VDC and 250 VAC (to 400 Hz).
Toggle Thermal Circuit Breaker
0.5 amp to 50 amp ratings may be used as on/off switch.
Cannot be reset against overload.
Second Tyco circuit breaker Ive purchased. It works, service was prompt.
Received ina timely fashion, looks good but not yet installed.
I needed a couple of circuit breakers switches and the web site at Aircraft Spruce delivered... I promptly received my order. everything was packed well.
Arrived in short time. Excellant service.
Only place I could find this item. Thanks for stocking them!
These Tyco switch breakers are a great replacement for failing switches. Pricing far better than competition. Spruce is always fast and accurate.
part was good and your service was excelent
Perfect replacement for a Potter Brumfield that failed fit the buss and is holding the circuit.
As always, excellent service, with very good products. Although there are many other companies, I do not switch to Air Spruce!
The arm is the same length as a toggle switch that would be used with at switch guard, so it "should" work fine. If the switch/breaker is positioned to be on when the guard is down, it would stay on until the guard is lifted and manually turned off. Remember each application is different and we cannot guarantee that it will work in all application or situations.
These toggle switches are commercial and have no FAA approval by themselves. They are commonly approved by the airframe approval if they were OEM on certificated aircraft. Please confirm in your parts manual or with you A&P to determine whether these can be used in your airplane.
These toggle switches are commercial and have no FAA approval by themselves. They are commonly approved by the airframe approval if they were OEM on certificated aircraft. Please confirm in your parts manual AND with you A&P to determine whether these can be used in your airplane.