TPM & TPMDS Telpower Miniature Fused Disconnect Switches

TPM & TPMDS Telpower Miniature Fused Disconnect Switches

— TPM: Telpower miniature current-limiting fuses
— TPMDS: Telpower miniature fused disconnect switch

 

 

Data Sheet #5022

Agency Cards

 

 

 

Dimensions See Resources Tab
Volts 80Vdc
Amps 3-30A
IR 20kA
Agency Information CE, UL Recognized (investigated to UL 1801) as a disconnect switch for the interruption of load current by means of withdrawing the fuse pullout. Recognized to US and Canadian requirements under the component recognition program of Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Files E219046 and E56412.
Typical Applications Telecommunications DC power circuit protection, Applications with restricted space, or mounting in 1 U panels
Flammability Rating Fuse UL 94V0, 170ºC RTI; Switch UL 94V0, 140ºC RTI

Features

  • Smallest and most versatile fused disconnect switch available allowing for assembly into 1 U (1.75”/44.5mm) panel. Easy to connect; Load: 1⁄4” quick-connect or bolted connection with 10-32 (M5) captive nut, Line: 1⁄4” quick connect or screw connection with clearance hole for #10 (M5) bolt
  • AmpColor ID™ System makes fuse replacement easy
  • Switch design provides for easy panel mounting by single captive 4-40 (M3) nut and panel notch integral to switch footprint
  • Complete system coordination capability with local and remote open fuse indication. Local alarm indication provided by LED on TPM fuse (maximum alarm circuit current: 20mA)

NOTES:

1. The resistance, R, must be provided by the end-user to limit the alarm output current to a maximum of 20mA. The value, R, should be calculated using the system voltage value

  • If remote alarm functionality is not required, the END-USER CIRCUITRY must still be supplied to provide a resistive path to the return for the local alarm to properly function

2. The fuse is polarized to maintain proper orientation with the switch housing. The line and load terminals are identified on the switch housing

TPM & TPMDS Telpower Miniature Fused Disconnect Switches