Fuse Ratings Explained
Monday, 16 January 2017 | AdrianR
Modern fuses used in automotive and domestic applications now have (and should have) standardisation for fuse identification. Current fuses in production standardise the displayed rating for "Continuous use", but in some cases, in particular glass fuses, the rating on the fuse cap can still be marked with a "Blow rating" in Amperage by manufacturers. Which often leads to confusion even within the electrical trade.
Because a fuse is there to protect the circuit components and cables from current overloading, for safety reasons and component cost, it's important to note that;
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