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Cross Reference These part numbers have the same form, fit, and function of 40-615-132-10

Item Number Cage
40-615-132-10 K5294

Characteristic Codes 40-615-132-10 spec. code meanings

Code Translation
AFXF Indicates the type of over-current conditions that an item is designed to withstand indicated by the speed of circuit interruption.
AEBJ The maximum direct current, or root mean square current at rated frequency, that an item will carry continuously.
AFWW A measurement taken at right angles to the length of the terminal, in distinction from thickness.
AAQL The style designation indicating the configuration that most nearly corresponds to the appearance of the body.
ADTV The element, compound, or mixture of which the case is fabricated, excluding any surface treatment.
AFXE The maximum voltage rating at which the item is designed to operate in an alternating current and/or direct current circuit, expressed in volts.
AFXH The means in which the item signals the interruption of a circuit.
ABHP The dimension measured along the longitudinal axis with terminated points at the extreme ends of the item.

40-615-132-10 Electrical Fuse Link

Mfr. Cage K5294

Specification

Length: 2-1/8"

AFXF Circuit Over-current Interruption Type
Normal instantaneous
AEBJ Continuous Current Rating In Amps
2.000
AFWW Err Default
0.625 inches
AAQL Body Style
Plain type
ADTV Case Material
Aluminum
AFXE Maximum Voltage Rating In Volts
220.0 ac and 120.0 dc
AFXH Interruption Indicator Method
Opaque body
ABHP Overall Length
2.125 inches

Technical Definition

Fuse Link, Electrical, also referenced with federal logistics item name code 04185 - An item which forms the replaceable fusible element of an electrical fuse and is prefabricated to a specific size and rating. it may be inclosed. see also fuse, inclosed link and fuse, open link.
National Stock Number (NSN) 5920-00-005-4604

Last Modified: 02/14/2017