September 10, 2007 - Mt. Prospect, IL - E-T-A Circuit Breakers is pleased to announce the availability of its new 1120 thermal overcurrent circuit breaker with an integrated rocker actuated ON/OFF switch. The 1120 is specifically designed for single-phase applications and offers snap-in front panel mounting - making it the ideal solution for the protection of office equipment, power tools, power strips and other consumer or commercial appliances.
The 1120 is available with current ratings from 3... 16A (20A AC 120V only) in single and double pole configurations - either thermally protected or as a switch only. The double pole version with one pole protected provides an extra margin of safety. Its positively trip-free mechanism ensures reliable over current protection and safe physical isolation of the load circuit. The status of the switching contacts is shown by the position of the rocker actuator. Depending on the application requirements of the customer, the rocker can be integrated with illumination and IP66 water-spash protection. In high volume cases, customer-specific designs can be included on the front bezel of the rocker.
E-T-A's 1120 thermal overcurrent circuit breaker is available now with a 1000 piece minimum order quantity and a lead time of 6 - 8 weeks from the date of order. For more information on the 1120 or E-T-A's complete thermal circuit breaker product line call 800-462-9979 or click here.
E-T-A Circuit Breakers is a world leading manufacturer of circuit breakers and is a single-source supplier for most circuit protection technologies: thermal, thermal-magnetic, magnetic, electronic and high performance. E-T-A's circuit breakers are available in more than 150 models and 350,000 different configurations. Additionally, E-T-A is a leading manufacturer of solid state remote power controllers (SSRPCs). All E-T-A circuit protection devices are RoHS compliant. With North American headquarters in Chicago, the company serves industrial OEMs and end-users.
Ellen Albright - Communications Manager
E-T-A Circuit Breakers