Bussmann® LPJ-60SP Low-Peak™ LPJ Current Limiting Time Delay Fuse, 60 A, 600 VAC/300 VDC, 300/100 kA Interrupt, Class J Series

Medium Voltage Fuse
5228 MFG #: LPJ-60SP
Bussmann
50.36000 / ea
  • Body Size: 1.06 in Dia x 2.38 in L
  • Body Style: Cylindrical
  • Country of Origin: MX
  • Element: Dual
  • Indicating/Non-Indicating: Non-Indicating
  • Material: Melamine
  • Mounting Type: Holder
  • Rejection/Non-Rejection: Non-Rejection
  • Response Time: 10 s
  • Series: LPJ
  • Standards/Approvals: ARRA, Buy American Act and RoHS Compliant, CE Certified, CSA C22.2 No. 248.8, Class 1422-02, CSA File No. 53787, UL Guide No. JDDZ, UL File No. E4273, Guide No. JFHR, UL File No. E56412
  • Stock Status: Normally Stocked
  • Terminal Type: Ferrule
  • Type: Current Limiting
  • UOM: lb
  • Weight: 0.1900
  • Brand Name: Bussmann
  • Manufacturer: Eaton-Bussmann
  • Amperage Rating: 60 A
  • Voltage Rating: 600 VAC/300 VDC
  • Interrupt Rating: 300/100 kA
  • Class: J
Bussmann series Ultimate protection LPJ Class J dual element, current- limiting time-delay fuses available with optional open fuse indication. time-delay - 10 seconds (minimum) at 500% of rated current.
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  • Applications
  • Features
Branch Circuit Breaker Panelboard Mains, Industrial Control, Machinery Disconnects and Power Panelboards
Separate overload and short circuit elements provide time delay for sizing of high inrush loads linked with class J current limitation
Selective coordination ratio of 2:1 (within Low-Peak® fuse family) prevents electrical shutdowns from extending beyond the failed circuit
Series combination ratings with branch circuit breakers allows broad range of coverage, independent of breaker manufacturer
Proper sizing can provide "No Damage" type 2 coordinated protection for NEMA® and IEC® motor controllers
Space saving package for equipment down sizing
Industry's only UL listed and CSA Certified fuse with a 300 kA interrupt rating that allows for simple, worry free installation in virtually any application
Fast short circuit protection and dual element, time delay performance provide ultimate protection
Reduces existing fuse inventory by up to 33% when upgrading to Low-Peak® fuses
Consistent 2:1 ampacity ratios for all Low-Peak® fuses make selective coordination easy
Long time delay minimizes needless fuse openings due to temporary overloads and transient surges
Current limitation protects downstream components against damaging thermal and magnetic effects of short circuit currents
Dual element fuses have lower resistance than ordinary fuses, hence they run cooler
They can often be sized for back up protection against motor burnout from overload or single phasing if other overload protective devices fail
300 kA at 600 VAC RMS sym