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Electrical Equipment & Systems -> Electrical Transmission & Switching -> Fuses


Fuses




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Compact Fuses provide primary protection of 3-phase systems.

Compact Fuses provide primary protection of 3-phase systems.

Schurter, Inc.    Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Mar 21, 2014 Providing 1,500 A breaking capacity at 500 Vac, Series SHF 6.3x32 safeguards electronic systems and operators in event of catastrophic short circuit incident. Units are available in 10 current ratings from 1–8 A with time-lag characteristic according to UL 248-14. Operating from -40 to +85°C, RoHS-compliant fuses are suited for HVAC systems, PV systems, frequency converters, and power electronics. Units are available with panel or board mount clips and holders as well as pigtail leads.

SMD Fuses offer breaking capacity of 1,500 A.

SMD Fuses offer breaking capacity of 1,500 A.

Schurter, Inc.    Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Mar 04, 2014 Offering total of 19 current ratings from 160 mA to 10 A at voltages up to 277 Vac and 250 Vdc, UMT-H Series with time-lag characteristic is capable of providing reliable overcurrent protection while protecting against short circuits up to 1,500 A at rated voltage. Series is suited for primary protection of power supply units as well as protection of single phase industrial appliances, including devices required to meet explosion protection standards according to IEC 60079-11.

Intrinsically Safe Fuse is certified to UL913 standard.

Intrinsically Safe Fuse is certified to UL913 standard.

Littelfuse, Inc.    Des Plaines, IL 60016
Jan 24, 2014 Featuring encapsulated design, 277 V PICO® 305 Series prevents heat and sparks from being exposed to hazardous dusts and gases. Fuse provides interrupting capacity of 1,500 A and current ratings from 50–750 mA. Meeting ATEX and IECEx requirements, fuse is suited for testing, measuring, or processing electronic and electrical equipment, motor controllers, lighting, communication handsets, flow meters, process control and automation, sensors, and other intrinsically safe apparatus.

LED Indicator Fuses facilitate open circuit troubleshooting.

LED Indicator Fuses facilitate open circuit troubleshooting.

NTE Electronics, Inc.    Bloomfield, NJ 07003
Dec 19, 2013 Using LED technology to indicate that fuse has blown, Automotive Blade Fuses with LED Indicators can be seen in fuse panels located under dark dashboards. These color-coded, RoHS-compliant fuses, available in violet, tan, brown, red, blue, yellow, natural, and green, also indicate amp rating of blown fuse that needs replacement. Standard and miniature sizes are available, and LED life is rated at 1,000 hr (min) after fuse is blown.

Surge-Tolerant Fuses suit lightning exposure applications.

Surge-Tolerant Fuses suit lightning exposure applications.

Littelfuse, Inc.    Des Plaines, IL 60016
Aug 27, 2013 Able to withstand up to 20 lightning-induced high current surges without performance degradation, 328 and 688 Series provide short-circuit and overload protection to ensure long-term reliability for outdoor applications. These compact fuses also reduce level of nuisance fuse tripping from indirect lightning surges. Series 688 slow blow ceramic fuse offers breaking capacity of 2,500 A @ 70 Vdc, and Series 328 is optimized for outdoor LED lighting applications to protect SPDs and luminaries.

SMD Fuse offers 14 rated currents from 500 mA to 10 A.

SMD Fuse offers 14 rated currents from 500 mA to 10 A.

Schurter, Inc.    Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Jul 05, 2013 Suitable for voltages up to 250 Vac and 125 Vdc, quick-acting Model UMF 250 provides over current and short circuit protection in primary and secondary circuits. Unit features breaking capacity up to 200 A at rated voltage. Measuring 3 x 10.1 mm, surface mount fuse offers alternative to traditional 5 x 20 mm cartridge fuses. Halogen-free device is RoHS-compliant and suited for power supplies, medical and lighting equipment as well as electronic devices in home and industry.

Thermal Fuses support operation at up to 160°C for 1,000 hr.

Thermal Fuses support operation at up to 160°C for 1,000 hr.

Vishay    Malvern, PA 19355
Jun 19, 2013 With current capabilities up to 55 A, AEC-Q200-tested Beyschlag HCTF series provides safety interrupt of electrical power in high-current automotive applications. In case of excess heat in range of functioning temperature of +235°C, these thermal fuses open automatically and disconnect circuit. Solid-state design, in combination with cold resistance of ≤0.1 mΩ, enables extended reliability at high current loads and ambient temperatures. RoHS-compliant series has rated voltage of 24 V.

SMD Fuse offers 1,500 A breaking capacity at 277 Vac/250 Vdc.

SMD Fuse offers 1,500 A breaking capacity at 277 Vac/250 Vdc.

Schurter, Inc.    Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Jun 18, 2013 Designed for applications where cartridge fuse is used, UMT-H Universal Modular Fuse is offered with 6 rated currents from 160 mA to 2 A. Dimensions of 5.3 x 16 mm help conserve board space compared to 5 x 20 mm cartridge fuses to allow for downsizing, while position of device markings makes key information – approvals, current rating, and voltages – immediately available. Spacing between end caps (>10 mm) meets IEC 60079-11 for applications requiring components for explosion protection.

Automotive Fuses range from 20-80 A.

Automotive Fuses range from 20-80 A.

NTE Electronics, Inc.    Bloomfield, NJ 07003
May 14, 2013 Color-coded by rated currents, MAX Automotive Fuses feature max rated voltage of 42 V. Fast-acting, RoHS-compliant units protect circuits in wiring harness, which is usually found under hood, in fuse panel, or supplementary panel near battery. Primarily used in domestic cars, MAX automotive fuses also have some applications in imported models. Fuses are especially suited for high-end automotive audio systems.

SMT Fuses are suited for LED lighting applications.

AEM, Inc.    San Diego, CA 92121
May 03, 2013 Certified by UL, VDE, CQC, PSE, and KC, MF2410 complies with IEC 60127-4 UMF standard and is suited for overcurrent protection in such space-constrained AC applications as LED lighting and power adaptors. These 2410 size surface mount, 250 Vac-rated fuses, available with current ratings from 0.5–2.0 A, feature fiberglass enforced epoxy fuse body and copper termination with nickel and tin plating. Products are lead free, halogen free, and RoHS compliant.

Hermetically Sealed Fuses are certified intrinsically safe.

Hermetically Sealed Fuses are certified intrinsically safe.

Littelfuse, Inc.    Des Plaines, IL 60016
Mar 14, 2013 Designed for 125 V applications in electrical equipment used in hazardous locations, PICO® 259-UL913 Series is certified under UL913 Safety Standard for Intrinsically Safe Apparatus and Associated Apparatus for Use in Class I, II, and III, Division 1, Hazardous (Classified) Locations. Encapsulant prevents heat and sparks from being exposed to hazardous gases or dust in environment. With current ratings from 62 mA to 5 A, RoHS-compliant fuses also meet ATEx, IECEx, and Baseefa requirements.

Subminiature Fuse protects against overcurrent conditions.

Littelfuse, Inc.    Des Plaines, IL 60016
Jan 24, 2013 With 250 Vac/450 Vdc rating, 808 Series TE5® Fast Acting Subminiature Fuse protects components or internal circuits against overcurrent conditions. Interrupt rating/breaking capacity up to 10 kA @ 450 Vdc ensures fuse will open safely under high fault currents. Available in quantities of 1,000 in tape and ammopack, short lead, and 7.5 mm pitch packaging, this RoHS-compliant, halogen-free, and lead (Pb)-free fuse operates over -65 to +125°C range and suits high-voltage DC applications.

Surface Mount Fuse features 600 Vdc rating.

Littelfuse, Inc.    Des Plaines, IL 60016
Dec 11, 2012 Measuring 12.1 x 4.5 x 4.5 mm, Nano2® 485 Series protects high-voltage DC circuits from surge currents and overload conditions. RoHS-compliant device is available with current ratings from 500 mA to 3.15 A and provides interrupting current rating of 100 A at 600 V. Housed in ceramic for operation in ambient temperatures from -55 to 125°C, fuse is suited for high-end PC servers, telecom power distribution systems, LCD/PDP TV inverter boards, UPS systems, and 3-phase power supplies.

SMD PPTC Resistors reset automatically.

SMD PPTC Resistors reset automatically.

Littelfuse, Inc.    Des Plaines, IL 60016
Nov 12, 2012 Available in sizes as small as 0402, POLYFUSE® LoRho™ Surface Mount Resettable PPTC Series provides overcurrent protection against fault current surges by limiting electrical current flowing through device. When fault current flows through device, it generates heat, which causes device’s internal resistance to rise rapidly, limiting current flow to circuit downstream to safe level. Offering hold current ratings from 100 mA to 7 A, devices are RoHS-compliant, lead-free, and halogen-free.

SMT Electronic Fuses provide AC line overcurrent protection.

AEM, Inc.    San Diego, CA 92121
Sep 24, 2012 Intended for LED lighting applications, AirMatrix® 2410 comes in EIA 2410 package that enables flexible board placement and is compatible with pick-and-place technology. Lead-free, halogen-free, and RoHS complaint fuses operate from -55 to +125°C and comply with such safety standards as UL, PSE, TUV, and CQC. Also suitable for other common AC and DC applications, products are offered with 0.5–2 A (250 Vac/125 Vdc), 2.5–10 A (125 Vac/125Vdc), and 12–20 A (65 Vac/65 Vdc) ratings.

High Voltage Fuse offers overcurrent protection to 500 Vac.

High Voltage Fuse offers overcurrent protection to 500 Vac.

Schurter, Inc.    Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Jul 24, 2012 With breaking capacity of 1,500 A at rated voltage, Series SHT 6.3 x 32 mm Fuse safeguards electronic systems and operators in event of catastrophic short circuit incident. Unit is available in 10 rated currents ranging from 1-8 A. In addition to panel or board mount clips and holders, fuse is available with pigtail leads for direct mounting to PCB. RoHS-compliant device, operating from -40 to +85°C, is suited for HVAC systems, photovoltaic systems, frequency converters, and power electronics.

PPTC Device operates in harsh environments.

TE Connectivity Ltd.    Berwyn, PA 19312
May 23, 2012 Featuring plastic box-like package for -40 to 85°C operation, PolySwitch(TM) LVB125 provides resettable circuit protection for product assemblies utilizing potting or encapsulating compounds. When installed on primary side of circuit, in proximity to potential heat-generating components, device protects against damage caused by overcurrent and overtemperature conditions. Thermally active, flame-resistant unit is rated at 240 Vac, permits max voltages up to 265 Vac, and offers 1.25 A hold current.

Resettable Fuse offers Smart Activation functionality.

Resettable Fuse offers Smart Activation functionality.

TE Connectivity Ltd.    Berwyn, PA 19312
Mar 12, 2012 Combining bimetal protector in parallel with polymeric positive temperature coefficient device, MHP-SA50-400-M5 provides overcharge protection in multi-cell lithium battery applications. Resettable Metal Hybrid PPTC device has 50 A/400 Vdc max rating and 50 A hold current on main line. With Smart Activation feature, device can be activated electronically with as little as 3 A via signal line. Applications include cordless power tools, light electric vehicles, and energy storage systems.

Quick-Acting Fuse has compact, surface mount design.

Quick-Acting Fuse has compact, surface mount design.

Schurter, Inc.    Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Feb 29, 2012 With quick-acting characteristic according to IEC 60127-4, surface-mount UMF 250 provides overcurrent and short circuit protection for electronic systems in primary and secondary circuits. This Universal Modular Fuse carries current ratings up to 10 A at 250 Vac/125 Vdc and provides breaking capacity of up to 200 A at rated voltage. Featuring cURus and VDE approvals, RoHS-compliant product suits applications such as power supplies, medical equipment, and devices for home/industrial use.

Thermal Fuse meets high-current application requirements.

Thermal Fuse meets high-current application requirements.

Selco Products Co.    Reno, NV 89521-5908
Feb 09, 2012 With 20 A rating at 120/250 Vac, SWTC3 Series accommodates applications requiring thermal cut-outs with high current capabilities. Thermal cutoffs provide reliable upper limit temperature protection, functioning as safety devices to disconnect current to heating element in case of malfunction. Interrupting current rating is 31.5 A at 125/250 Vac, and functioning temperature range is from 162ºF to 464ºF, with holding temperatures from 117 to 392ºF.




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