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MANL's (current limiters)

 
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2018 7:38 pm    Post subject: MANL's (current limiters) Reply with quote

Are MANLs standard size, standard specs other than Amp rating? I have one and would like to have one or two on hand, but really don't know how to source without some sort of spec -- Thanks!

P.S. 'Lectric Bob if you read this, I am trying to match the one I received from you in the care package recently. There are no markings other than amp rating...how do I spec it other than Amps?
Cheers! Dave


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 21, 2018 11:47 am    Post subject: MANL's (current limiters) Reply with quote

At 10:38 PM 7/20/2018, you wrote:
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--> AeroElectric-List message posted by: "blues750" <den_beaulieu(at)yahoo.com>

Are MANL standard size, standard specs other than Amp rating? I have one and would like to have one or two on hand, but really don't know how to source without some sort of spec -- Thanks!

P.S. 'Lectric Bob if you read this, I am trying to match the one I received from you in the care package recently. How do I spec it othe than Amps?


The MANL series of limiters are commercial-off-the-shelf
products. They are made by virtually every top tier
line of suppliers but with different part/model numbers.
Here's a MIDI spec sheet from Littlefuse . . .

https://goo.gl/hiUBir


Bottom line is that unlike 'fuses' that are more
carefully crafted for thermal dynamics, these
critters are more like "fusible links" . . . they
are expected to clear hard faults (hundreds to
thousands of amps of fault current).

For our purposes, anything you can find with
an appropriate rating and 30MM hole spacing
will do fine. Most automotive applications call
for really fat rascals . . . 60 amps or more.
So Smiley Jack's Car Parts Emporium is problematic,
try these.

https://goo.gl/dXkrH4



Bob . . .


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2018 5:41 pm    Post subject: Re: MANL's (current limiters) Reply with quote

Thanks for the reply Bob!

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