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Wholesale DC 150A 12 volt 10-Way Screw Copper Busbar with Flame Retardant ABS Base

Price: $ 3.87-9.99
MOQ: 20 Pieces(Min. Order)
  • AOA1136-A

  • Amomd/custom

  • $ 3.99-9.99

  • 20 Pieces

Product Description

DC 150A 12 volt 10-Way Screw Copper Busbar with Flame Retardant ABS Base

Model Number
Voltage Rating
DC 48V Max
Current Rating
Studs and Screws
Stainless Steel
Bus Bar
Tin-Plated Copper
Flame Retardant ABS
Studs Size
2 x 1/4”-20
Screw Size
10 x #8-32

10-way screw busbar (3)

Busbars are essential components in electrical power distribution systems, providing a low impedance path for the flow of electrical power between various components such as generators, transformers, switchgear, and loads. Choosing the right busbar is crucial for ensuring the safe and reliable operation of the electrical system. Here are some reasons why:

Current carrying capacity: The busbar must be able to carry the maximum current that will flow through it without exceeding its rated temperature. Choosing a busbar with insufficient current carrying capacity can result in overheating, which can cause the insulation to deteriorate, resulting in a potential risk of fire or electrical failure.

Voltage drop: The busbar should have low resistance to minimize the voltage drop across it, as high voltage drop can lead to inefficient power transmission and distribution.

Size and shape: The size and shape of the busbar should be selected to accommodate the specific requirements of the electrical system. The busbar must be large enough to handle the maximum current and have the right shape and configuration to fit the available space and interconnect with other components.

Material: The choice of busbar material depends on the application, environment, and operating conditions. Common materials used for busbars include copper, aluminum, and brass. The material selection should consider factors such as electrical conductivity, mechanical strength, corrosion resistance, and cost.

Fault current capacity: In the event of a fault, the busbar should be able to withstand the high current that flows through it without damage. The fault current capacity of the busbar must be sufficient to protect the other components of the system.

Electrodynamic forces: During short circuit conditions, the busbar may be subjected to high electrodynamic forces due to the magnetic fields generated by the fault currents. The busbar design must take into account these forces to prevent damage or failure.

Overall, choosing the right busbar is critical for ensuring the safe and reliable operation of the electrical power distribution system. It is essential to consider factors such as current carrying capacity, voltage drop, size and shape, material, fault current capacity, and electrodynamic forces to select a busbar that is suitable for the specific application.

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