Electrical Fuses

Ferraz Shawmut Arc Flash Mitigation Products Protect Electric Systems from Service Entrances to Motors
Electrical Fuses

Ferraz Shawmut Arc Flash Mitigation Products Protect Electric Systems from Service Entrances to Motors

NEWBURYPORT, Mass., May 9, 2007 - Ferraz Shawmut, a global leader in the field of circuit protection, showcases its Amp-Trap 2000® family of Type "2" (No Damage) circuit protection products. Amp-Trap 2000 current-limiting fuses prevent high-energy arcs that can stop production, damage HVAC equipment, and shut down lighting and communications. Opening in less than one-quarter cycle at fault...

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Fuses protect vital electrical components.
Electrical Fuses

Fuses protect vital electrical components.

Ranging from 3-40 A, ATO® Fuses protect electrical devices from excess current flow. Internal element is activated by excessive heat, greater than what fuse is rated for, thus melting element and eliminating flow of electricity. End electrical component is then protected from over current state. Once fuse is blown, it must be replaced.

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Electrical Fuses

ACF Components & Fasteners, Inc. Announces Optifuse Products

ACF Components & Fasteners, Inc. is pleased to announce a new line of fuses provided by Optifuse. Optifuse manufactures a vast array of fuse products, including resettable fuses (PTCs), fuse holders, fuse blocks, circuit breakers, fused AC receptacles, and fuse clips. Fuses can be used to provide safety for equipment users and personnel. It can also be utilized to isolate subsystems from main...

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Resettable Fuses protect variety of electronic equipment.
Electrical Fuses

Resettable Fuses protect variety of electronic equipment.

Available in radial leaded styles with ratings from 16-240 Vac/Vdc and in industry standard 1812 and 2920 chip sizes, Polymeric Positive Temperature Coefficient Fuses help protect against over-current surges and over-temperature faults by limiting flow of dangerously high current during fault conditions. RoHS-6 compliant units do not require replacement after fault event as they reset themselves,...

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Ferraz Shawmut Introduces High-Speed Class RK-1 Fuses
Electrical Fuses

Ferraz Shawmut Introduces High-Speed Class RK-1 Fuses

Fuse offers leading cost effectiveness and increased worker safety NEWBURYPORT, Mass., Nov. 9, 2006 - Ferraz Shawmut, a global leader in the field of circuit protection, today announced the availability of its new High-Speed Class RK1 product line, designed to safeguard sensitive power electronics while meeting the National Electrical Code requirements for branch circuit protection and performing...

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Electronic Fuse suits inrush current limiting applications.
Electrical Fuses

Electronic Fuse suits inrush current limiting applications.

Designed for safe insertion and removal of equipment into 12 V backplanes, NIS5112 integrated self-protected, resettable, electronic fuse utilizes high side N-channel FET, driven by internal charge pump. With input voltage range of 9-18 V, device contains circuits to control turn-on voltage, output current, die temperature, turn-on di/dt and turn-on dV/dt, and enable/timer function. Thermal...

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Electrical Fuses

DC Fuses provide protection for ac/dc applications.

UL listed to 600 Vac/dc, Limitron® DCM Fuses feature interrupting ratings of 100,000 A for ac applications and 50,000 A for dc. Developers of solar photovoltaic systems can utilize fuses to comply with NEC® 690.9(D) which requires that photovoltaic source circuits utilize overcurrent devices listed for dc circuits and have appropriate voltage and interrupting ratings. Additional...

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Electrical Fuses

Fuses comply with IEC60269 global standard.

Lead- and cadmium-free, dual-indication Series NH fuses meet stringent environmental standards worldwide. They provide visual indication as well as ability to actuate micro-switches for remote indication of operation. Units feature 400 and 500 Vac rated voltages, interrupting rating of 120 kA, operating frequency of 45-62 Hz, and silver-plated full contact blades.

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Indicating Fuses reduce downtime and arc-flash hazard.
Electrical Fuses

Indicating Fuses reduce downtime and arc-flash hazard.

Edison® Class RK1 and Class J time delay, current-limiting fuses facilitate identification of blown fuse via black-and-white color indicator. In addition to providing protection against short circuit faults that can destroy motors and motor starters, products reduce arc-flash hazard via current-limiting capability that assures minimum incident energy case of arc-flash.

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