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CMB-SeriesThermal Circuit BreakerP ROD UC T W E BP A GErequest sample, configure partThe CMB-Series is a compact, single pole, push-toreset family of thermal circuit breakers designed toprotect equipment. Utilizing simple, precision design withfew moving parts, these breakers offer cost effective,extremely reliable circuit protection with high resistanceagainst shock and vibration.1Pole3-20Amps125-250VAC Max32VDC MaxTypical Applications Household Appliances On/ Marine Power Strips and Supplies860.793.9281 Medical Equipment Audio Visual Exercise Equipment ROHS Complaint

Ordering SchemeSamplePart NumberCMB - 10 3 - 11 C 3 N - B - A / 101Selection231. SERIES08101213143 amps4 amps5 amps6 amps7 amps1516208 amps10 amps12 amps13 amps14 amps15 amps16 amps20 amps4. MOUNTING HOLEsee next page for diagramM11 1M12 2Snap In Style 33/8” 27 UNS 153/8” 27 UNS (double flatted) 12B910,11,15WWhitesee next page for diagramJKRType EType FType GType HType JType KType R10 BUTTON MARKING (IF BLANK, NO MARKING)METALJType J 87see next page for diagram5678Type 5Type 6 14Type 7 9Type 8 9030405060720133 amp4 amp5 amp6 amp7 ampload08101213148 amp10 amp12 amp13 amp14 amp15162015 amp16 amp20 ampNotes: Tolerance .005 [.127] unless otherwise specified.1Used with bushing C or D only.2Used with H bushing only.3Used with bushing E only.4Used with M11 mounting hole only.5Used with mounting hole 00 only.6Used with M12 mounting hole only.7All hardware available separately. Consult factory.8Available with mounting hole 27 only.9Available with G, J or K bushing only.10 Amp rating must match button marking(ex: 20 will be marked on the button ofCMB-203-27G3N-W-A/20)11Includes molded in “PRESS TO RESET” marking.12 Available with K bushing only.13 Available with mounting hole 28 only.14 Thickness is 3.0 mm, .118 in.15 Available with G or J bushing only.Configure Complete Part Number 2.10Silver Printing on BlackRedEFGHType AType BType CType D9see next page for diagramBRBlacklinesee next page for diagram6. MOUNTING NUTNoneType 1Type 2Type 3 11Type 48Button Marking Orientation:PLASTICCType C 4DType D 4EType E 5GType G 8HType H 6KType K 13N12348. BUTTONABCD125-250VAC / 32 VDC5. BUSHING7NoneEmbossed Legend9. TERMINAL3. VOLTAGE11120027286NA2. RATING357. INDICATOR PLATECMB03040506074*Manufacturer reserves the right to change product specification without prior notice.Browse Standard Parts

Ordering Scheme Diagrams4. MOUNTING HOLE .008-.000 .20-.00 .008-.000.441[11.2] .008-.000 .20-.00 .008-.000 .20-.00Panel CutoutThickness:[0.8] - [2.5]mm.032 - .098.623[15.8].481[12.2] .008-.000 .20-.00 .008-.000 .20-.0011 .20-.00 .008-.000.343[8.7]12 .20-.00.382[9.7] .20-.00 .008-.000.544[13.8].433[11.0].394[10.0] .008-.000 .20-.00 .008-.000.382[9.7]2700 .20-.00.302[7.7]285. TYPE C.118[3.0].382[9.7]TYPE DMETALTYPE CTYPE 1.110[2.8].382[9.7].067[1.7]TYPE D.382[9.7]METAL.741[ 18.8].067[1.7]TYPE 7HEX BOOT.591[ 15.0].118[3.0].319[8.1]TYPE HTYPE ETYPE 2/ TYPE 6TYPE JCMB SERIES.094[2.4].472[12.0].067[1.7]TYPE KPLASTIC.562[14.3].118[3.0].472[12.0].067[1.7]TYPE GMETAL PAL.552[14.0].382[9.7].472[12.0].067[1.7]TYPE HTYPE EPLASTIC.099[2.5].067[1.7].319[8.1].067[1.7]6. MOUNTING NUTBushing.591Type[ 15.0]METAL.067[1.7].118[3.0].472[12.0]TYPE GTYPE 3.067[1.7]TYPE 4.472[12.0]TYPE K.472[12.0].067[1.7]TYPE 5/TYPE 8TYPE JType 5 is clear hex boot. Type 8 is black hex boot (available for bushings G, J & K only); Type 3 nut includes molded in “PRESS TO RESET” marking.7. INDICATOR PLATEEmbossed(ALUMINUM).887[22.5]Silver PrintingOn Black.887[22.5].016[.4].016[.4]All indicator plates are marked “Suppl. Prot. press to reset”.9. TERMINAL3.2[.126].126[3.2].250 Tab.250 Tab.126[3.2].250 Tab.126[3.2].250 TabTYPE A :TYPE B :TYPE C :TYPE D :StraightLine PinLoad Pin90 Bend10.41[.41].250 Tab.126[3.2].250 TabTYPE E :90 BendBackwardTYPE F :ScrewTerminalTYPE G :Mixed Terminals90 Bend LineF,G,H,J terminals are 8-32 UNC3.*Manufacturer reserves the right to change product specification without prior notice.3.2[.126]3.2[.126]10.41[.41]TYPE H :Screw Terminal90 Bend10.41[10.41]TYPE J :Screw Terminal90 BendTYPE R :Screw Terminalwithout3.2[.126]10.41[.41].250 TabTYPE K :Mixed Terminals90 Bend Load

Dimensional Specsinches ntage of Rated CurrentTime DelayTrip Time in SecondsOverloadTrip Time135%Trip in 1 hr100%200%300%No Trip-10 C4.0 40 sec.0 C0.9 8.0 sec.-5 C5 Cx 1.7030 C x 0.90x 1.5040 C x 0.8050 C x 0.70x 1.60x 1.40400%0.42 5.0 sec.10 Cx 1.30600%0.01 1.8 sec.20 Cx 1.10500%4.Trip Time Factor 10.25 3.0 sec.15 C25 Cx 1.20x 1.0035 C x 0.8545 C x 0.7555 C x 0.6560 C x 0.60Notes:1.Trip Time factor isa guideline thatindicates ambienttemperature effecton trip times atvarious overloadvalues.*Manufacturer reserves the right to change product specification without prior notice.

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04 4 amp 05 5 amp 06 6 amp 07 7 amp 08 8 amp 10 10 amp 12 12 amp 13 13 amp 14 14 amp 15 15 amp 16 16 amp 20 20 amp line load20.887 [22.5] .016 [.4].887 [22.5] .016 [.4] Silver Printing On Black Embossed (ALUMINUM) 6 MOUNTING NUT 7 N None 1 Type 1 2 Type

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