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Pollak Wiring PK54250PL Review

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Review of Pollak Accessories and Parts PK54250PL

Today, we're going to be taking a look at part number PK54250PL. This is the 50 amp circuit breaker from Pollack. It's going to feature a classic housing with a perpendicular mounting bracket. This is a one-piece design, so it withstands vibration. The mounting bracket is actually integrated into the housing. It's also going to be lighter when compared to metal housing circuit breakers. This is going to feature cycling automatic resets, so it's going to cycle continuously during over current conditions, and it's going to return the run mode when the source of over current is removed. You can see here that it's going to have the two studs.

One of then is going to be a copper-color that's on the battery terminal. The other one is going to be a silver color on the auxiliary terminal. Now these studs are going to measure about 11 16ths of inch long, and they're going to be a part center on center by 11 16ths of an inch as well. This is SAE standard J553 compliant. It's designed to work on a variety of applications. We're going to take a closer look at the overall measurements starting with the overall length from edge-to-edge including the bracket. It's going to be about 2 inches. The distance that we have between the mounting holes measuring center around center is going to be about one 1 and 9 16ths of an inch.

Now, these mounting holes are going to give us a diameter of about 3 16ths of an inch. We'll take a look at just the housing and measuring that length. It's going to be about an inch and a quarter. The width of the housing is going to be about 13th 16ths of an inch, and then the height of the housing is going to be about 11 16ths of an inch tall. This is going to have a current rating of 50 DC amp. Voltage rating is 12 VDC, which is voltage direct current. When it comes to the operating temperature, that's going to be from negative 10 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit.

Storage temperature is negative 20 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. An important note to mention is that 12 volts circuit breakers are not recommended for 21 volt applications since the materials are heat-affected rather than current-affected. That's going to do it for our review of part number PK54250PL. This is the Pollack 50 amp circuit breaker. .

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