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The HMFA.2 series of terminal blocks uses spring clamp terminations and can accept the standard blade type fuse. It is available in a wide range of voltages and currents up to 125V at 15A. Is also available with LED indication, which can be beneficial in troubleshooting and maintenance situations. The terminal block can be labeled in three different locations and is designed to accept the low-cost PTC push-in jumper.

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Title Annotation:off the SHELF: MACHINE MATERIALS TOOLS SYSTEMS SOFTWARE
Publication:Printed Circuit Design & Manufacture
Date:Jun 1, 2005
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