EPCOS 90 V dc 5kA B88069X 3 Pole Arrester, Surface Mount Mounting

  • RS Stock No. 167-0348
  • Mfr. Part No. B88069X4051T902
  • Manufacturer EPCOS
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): MY
Product Details

Miniature Gas Filled, B88069X Surface Mount Series

Suitable for use in telecommunication exchange main distribution frames, and subscriber-end equipment.

Approvals

RoHS

Specifications
Attribute Value
Suppressor Type 3 Pole Arrester
Maximum Voltage Rating 90 V dc
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Maximum Surge Current 5kA
Series B88069X
Length 8mm
Depth 5mm
Height 5.6mm
Dimensions 8 x 5 x 5.6mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +90°C
Temporarily out of stock - back order for despatch 14-09-2020, delivery within 2 working days
Unit of sale: Each (On a Reel of 900)
1.71
(exc. VAT)
2.10
(inc. VAT)
units
Per unit
Per Reel*
900 - 900
€1.71
€1,539.00
1800 +
€1.667
€1,500.30
*price indicative
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