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Unread 01-05-2003, 07:23 PM
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120A Circuit Breaker

Has anyone been able to locate a distributor for the 120A breaker? I checked Bussmann and couldn't find anything for ordering parts.
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Unread 01-05-2003, 11:15 PM
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I sure would be nice to see what this baby actually does also. Remeber last year, when the 60A breaker would handle around 200A for about a minute? I wonder what this one can take for about 2 minutes... I'm sure that it will be pushed.

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Try here for automotive HI Amp products...
http://www.bussauto.com/
There is not a lot of info so I guess we are going to have to do some testing....
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Al, you found the correct page, but if you dug deeper you would have found the pdf that has all the info we're looking for.

I don't have the part in front of me, but if it's the HI-AMP Circuit Breaker Series 180, then the following pdf is correct.

http://www.bussauto.com/pdf/180.pdf

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Ben,
You found the page I was referring to. When I did research on last year's breaker, the manufacturer had 6- 10 pages of test data and application hints compared to these two pages.
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