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Eaton Cooper Bussman

Marsh Electronics proudly offers a wide range of Cooper Bussmann circuit protection products, electrical and electronic fuses, plugs and receptacles. As part of the electrical business of Eaton, Cooper Bussmann has set a standard for circuit protection during its 100-year heritage of protecting people, equipment and businesses from electrical hazards.

Cooper Bussmann circuit protection, power management and electrical safety products are designed to provide innovative protection for applications in industries such as healthcare, solar and other renewable energy, electronics, mining, transportation, communications and data, military, marine, food and beverage and others. Choose from ESD suppressors, multi-layer varistors, TVS diodes and other devices for reliable overcurrent and overvoltage circuit protection.

Among a vast array of Cooper Bussmann fuses you’ll find Class CC, J, RK1 and RK5 fuses, electronic PCB and small-dimension fuses, high-speed fuses, medium and low-voltage fuses, IEC and British Standard fuses, solar photovoltaic (PV) fuses, fuse blocks and holders and more. The large variety of Cooper Bussmann electrical plugs and receptacles can ensure that you’re equipped with exactly the right plug-in devices for your application.

Cooper Bussmann offers three distinctly different styles of short-circuit current rated terminal blocks (TB) and power distribution blocks (PDB) to match different application needs. Also available are high-quality vehicle power distribution products designed to withstand demanding environments and distribute power efficiently while providing circuit protection. These include vehicle fuse holders, fuse panels, junction blocks, power distribution modules (PDM) and vehicle electric centers (VEC).

Cooper Bussmann electrical products are manufactured to produce excellent performance, superior cycling capability and durability. Customers worldwide count on these products for code compliance, safety and reliability, energy efficiency, solar and wind power-specific needs, and streamlining electrical systems overall.