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Thermal Fuse Thermal Cutoff Limiter 228c Degrees Celsius, 10 Pack

by Univen Item #: TH-TF228C-10PK
Keep Your Electronics Safe with Thermal Cutoff Limiter 228c
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Rated at 15A at 120V and 10A at 250V, these versatile fuses are suitable for many different appliances and devices.

Featuring a precise 228c Degrees Celsius cutoff temperature, our thermal fuses ensure a reliable and consistent performance in maintaining the safety and longevity of your devices. Whether you're using them for household appliances or complex electronic equipment, you'll find peace of mind in knowing that they're well-protected from any unexpected temperature surges.

Our 10 pack of thermal fuses offers exceptional value, giving you the flexibility to protect multiple devices at once or keep some spares on hand for future use. Designed for easy installation and compatibility with a wide range of products, you'll find these thermal cutoff limiters to be an essential addition to your toolkit.

Don't risk the costly expense of replacing damaged appliances or devices – invest in our Thermal Fuse Thermal Cutoff Limiter 228c Degrees Celsius pack, and experience the confidence and reassurance that comes with knowing your valuable investments are protected. Secure your devices today and enjoy the benefits of a safer, more reliable performance.
  • Versatile protection for various appliances
  • Prevents overheating and damage
  • 15A at 120V, 10A at 250V rating
  • efficient temperature switch mechanism
  • 10-pack for added value
  • easy installation
  • reliable safety solution
  • cost-effective option

Thermal Fuse Thermal Cutoff Limiter 228c Degrees Celsius, 10 Pack Q&A

What appliances can this thermal fuse be used for?
The thermal fuse is suitable for various appliances and electronic devices.
What happens when the temperature reaches 228c?
The thermal fuse cutoff kicks in and cuts power to the appliance to prevent damage.
What voltage ratings do these fuses support?
These fuses support ratings of 15A at 120V and 10A at 250V.
What is the purpose of a thermal cutoff limiter?
A thermal cutoff limiter protects appliances from overheating and potential damage.
Is the installation process for these fuses difficult?
No, the installation process is typically straightforward and easy to follow.
What are some other names for this thermal fuse?
It is also referred to as a thermal cut off, temperature switch or thermal cutout.
Do these fuses help prevent costly repairs?
Yes, by protecting your appliances from overheating, they can help avoid expensive repairs.
Is this a cost-effective solution for appliance protection?
Yes, as it is reasonably priced and comes in a pack of 10.
Does it matter which voltage rating is used for my device?
Choose the appropriate voltage rating - 15A at 120V or 10A at 250V - based on the requirements of your device.
How many fuses are included in the pack?
This package includes 10 thermal fuses.

Reliable Thermal Cutoff Limiter 228c(10 Pack) for Ultimate Appliance Protection

Safeguard your appliances and electronic devices with the Thermal Fuse Thermal Cutoff Limiter, designed to prevent overheating and potential damage. This versatile fuse, also known as a thermal cut off, temperature switch, or temperature fuse, fits a wide array of appliances while ensuring maximum protection.

These 228c-rated fuses are designed to maximize the safety and efficiency of your devices. Rated 15A at 120V and 10A at 250V, they provide reliable protection for your appliances by cutting power once the temperature reaches the limit, helping you avoid costly repairs.

A fuss-free solution for safeguarding your appliances, this 10-pack of Thermal Cutoff Limiters offers excellent value and peace of mind. Protect your investment while maintaining the longevity of your electronic devices with these reliable fuses.

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