Solid State Relay Lug Terminal for use with Crydom Screw Terminal SSRs, Crydom SSRs

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COO (Country of Origin): MX
Product Details

Crydom SSR Lug Terminals

Lug terminals are necessary whenever the required wire size depending on the application exceeds the wire size that can be accepted by the solid state relay connection terminals.

Crydom Solid State Relay and Accessories

Specifications
Attribute Value
Accessory Type Lug Terminal
For Use With Crydom Screw Terminal SSRs, Crydom SSRs
26 In stock for delivery within 1 working days
Price Each
kr 118,19
(exc. VAT)
kr 147,74
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
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kr 118,19
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