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|Other Name:||Slow Blow Fuse||Soldering Resistance:||260℃ For 10A Max.|
|Lead Type:||No Lead||Current Rating:||100mA~30A|
|Storage Temperature:||-55℃-85℃||Operating Temperature:||-55℃-125℃|
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Slow blow glass tube fuse 6*30mm for car stereo audio, 100mA~30A
Glass tube fuse works by breaking the circuit when rated current passes through it. When the current passing through the fuse exceeds the rated current, the thin wire melts and breaks the circuit.
There are two basic types of fuses available for appliances and consumer electronics: quick blow or time-delay. Any replacement fuse must match the one it’s replacing. In general, quick blow fuses are a single strand of wire or strip of metal. Time-delay fuses usually have a coiled wire, a thick element wrapped in wire, or a spring. Most electronic fuses will have the voltage and amp rating stamped on the end cap. The type of fuse can generally be visually identified. Also, owner’s manuals will have the correct replacement fuse generically identified. For example: “Use a 2 amp, time-delay, 250 volt fuse.”
Glass tube fuses are often used to protect appliances and consumer electronics. As electronic equipment becomes smaller, the circuits and components become more delicate and easily damaged. Fuses are the preferred method of protection due to their accuracy, small size and reliability. Fuses are available in a wide variety of amp ratings to provide precise protection. Generally, two sizes of user-replaceable fuses are found: the 1/4” x 11/4” and 5 x 20mm. Each is available in a variety of volt and amp ratings.
|% of current rating||Opening time|
|100%||4 hours Min.|
|135%||1 hour Max.|
|200%||5 seconds Max.|
|Rated current||Rated voltage|