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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).
Push/Pull Actuator Thermal Circuit Breaker
Cannot be reset against overload
W23 has visible trip indicator
TE P&B CIRCUIT BREAKER W23-X1A1G-30
These are excellent breakers and pricing is good here as well. I use quite a few of these for electric air conditioners (50A steady load) and they do the job well.
This was a replacement for a defective breaker. Easy to connect and install. Works exactly as advertised. Now getting full voltage across both terminals - the reason for my voltage drop. Also arrived very promptly after order (within 3 days).
These breakers are exceptional, and received order quickly. I have gotten over 50 Breakers from Aircraft spruce and havent had any problems.
Best breakers in the market. Simple to use and pretty reasonable price
Works great for me.
These are great breakers and affordable pricing.
Exactly what I ordered
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W23 series circuit breakers have 8-32 threaded screws on the terminals.
These breakers do not have FAA PMA approval on their own. Many certified aircraft have these breakers as OEM and thus are approved under the airframe approval as replacement parts. Please discuss with your A&P to see if these can be installed legally in your aircraft.
Typically the distance on premade Busbars is the best to follow. You can view 11-04676 as an example.