Electrical Fuse

Fuse, Electric, a protective device for breaking an electric circuit. A fuse consists essentially of a metal strip or wire that melts at a lower temperature than the wire and other components in the rest of the circuit. The fuse is connected in series with the source of electric power. When the current flowing in the circuit becomes too strong, it heats the fuse so that it melts, breaking the circuit.


Interfacing of PLC I/Os to field Sensors & actuators Multiplication of PLC O/Ps for separately driving actuators, annunciators & other devices Isolation of high voltage load & input devices from sensitive PLC electronics
Providing channel wise isolation for PLC inputs & outputs Specially designed rugged DIN clamp with metallic base provides immunity against vibration Host of I/O wiring options selectable thru’on-board shorting links reduces the wiring time
UL certified non-self loosening terminals provide reliable connectivity PLC specific Relay Interface Modules with prefab cables facilitates

Household fuses are rated according to the amount of current they are designed to carry before blowing (melting). The most common causes for blown fuses in the home are (1) short circuits and (2) the operation of too many appliances at one time on the same circuit. Fuses have been largely replaced in many applications by circuit breakers. we are doing fuse wholesaler in chennai.

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