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NTE8020 - Radial Lead Thermal Cut-Off Fuse

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Get your fuses at RadioShack.
The NTE TCO (Thermal Cut-off) responds to temperature by interrupting an electrical circuit when the operating and/or environmental temperature exceeds the thermal rating of the device. NTE's radial lead TCOs accomplish this when the internal fusible alloy is melted by reaching the temperature of the melting point of the alloy, forming two separate balls at the edges of the leads by surface tension of the alloy to permanently open the circuit. Axial-lead TCO devices presently predominate over radial-lead devices. This results, at least in part, from design difficulties that exist in manufacturing a reliable, inexpensive radial-lead TCO device. However, in many circuit applications, radial-lead devices are preferable since they take up a smaller area on a printed circuit board. Their compact size enables ease of assembly into the smallest of transformers ensuring total thermal protection.
  • Maximum rating: 5 amps, 250V
  • Full 2 3/4” leads to fit all replacement configurations
  • All types meet the requirements of Underwriters Laboratories specifications and CUL
  • RoHS compliant
  • Temperature sensitive devices, do not store above 120°F
  • Functioning temperature: 266°F
  • Holding temperature: 217°F
  • Maximum temperature: 392°F
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 2.756x0.260x0.106”
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Battery Features

Capacity UOM

mAh

Rechargeable

No

Cleansing

Dimensions

Product Depth

0.11

Product Dimensions UOM

inches

Product Height

2.76

Product Width

0.26

Fulfillment

Package Height

0.25

Package Length

5.25

Package Width

1.50

General

Product Type

Thermal

Identification

Manufacturer Part Number

NTE8020

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Inputs & Outputs

Miscellaneous Features

Max Operating Temperature

392.00

Operating Temperature UOM

° F

Supported Languages

English

Power Features

Docking station

No

Promo

Retail

Price

Remote Control Features

Warranty

0.00

0.00

Available RadioShack Service Plan

No

Warranty Labor UOM

days

Warranty Parts UOM

days

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Summary

Get your fuses at RadioShack. The NTE TCO (Thermal Cut-off) responds to temperature by interrupting an electrical circuit when the operating and/or environmental temperature exceeds the thermal rating of the device. NTE's radial lead TCOs accomplish this when the internal fusible alloy is melted by reaching the temperature of the melting point of the alloy, forming two separate balls at the edges of the leads by surface tension of the alloy to permanently open the circuit. Axial-lead TCO devices presently predominate over radial-lead devices. This results, at least in part, from design difficulties that exist in manufacturing a reliable, inexpensive radial-lead TCO device. However, in many circuit applications, radial-lead devices are preferable since they take up a smaller area on a printed circuit board. Their compact size enables ease of assembly into the smallest of transformers ensuring total thermal protection.
  • Maximum rating: 5 amps, 250V
  • Full 2 3/4” leads to fit all replacement configurations
  • All types meet the requirements of Underwriters Laboratories specifications and CUL
  • RoHS compliant
  • Temperature sensitive devices, do not store above 120°F
  • Functioning temperature: 266°F
  • Holding temperature: 217°F
  • Maximum temperature: 392°F
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 2.756x0.260x0.106”

Tech Specs

The NTE TCO (Thermal Cut-off) responds to temperature by interrupting an electrical circuit when the operating and/or environmental temperature exceeds the thermal rating of the device. NTE's radial lead TCOs accomplish this when the internal fusible alloy is melted by reaching the temperature of the melting point of the alloy, forming two separate balls at the edges of the leads by surface tension of the alloy to permanently open the circuit. Axial-lead TCO devices presently predominate over radial-lead devices. This results, at least in part, from design difficulties that exist in manufacturing a reliable, inexpensive radial-lead TCO device. However, in many circuit applications, radial-lead devices are preferable since they take up a smaller area on a printed circuit board. Their compact size enables ease of assembly into the smallest of transformers ensuring total thermal protection.

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