cartridge fuse


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cartridge fuse

[′kär·trij ‚fyüz]
(electricity)
A type of electric fuse in which the fusible element is connected between metal ferrules at either end of an insulating tube.

cartridge fuse

A fuse enclosed in a cylindrical tube, which protects an electric circuit against the excessive flow of current.
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If the cartridge fuse is secured by fuse clips, it is recommended that a fuse puller be used both to remove and replace the fuse (Fig.
A blown cartridge fuse sometimes can be identified by its browned color resulting from excessive heat.
The cartridge fuses have higher amperage ratings and are used to protect circuits that supply large appliances.
Tenders are invited for Combination Fuse Switch Units,Rated Current 300 Amp,Metal Clad,Triple Pole With Neutral Link,Degree Of Protection Ip - 2L3,As Per Is/Iec 60947 Part -1/2004 And Is/Iec 60947 Part-3/1999 Quick Make And Brake Interlockable Cover Uninterrupted Duty Utilazation Category Ac-23 A With Three Number High Rupturing Capacity 80 Ka Minimum Cartridge Fuses With Bolted Connection Rated Voltage 415 Volt, 50 Hz Ac, Conforming To Is:13703 Pt.
A salesperson can test the cartridge fuses and tell you if you need to replace them.
Instead, you pull out a plastic block, labeled 'Main,' containing a set of cartridge fuses.