electronic fuse

electronic fuse

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′fyüz]
(engineering)
A fuse, such as the radio proximity fuse, set off by an electronic device incorporated in it.
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The device, which appears like an ordinary electronic fuse box with an antenna, can monitor movements in the building, and alert the central server if earthquakes happen.
Although traditional automotive fuse boxes have been sought-after on the coattails of their affordable unit cost, an elephant-sized opportunity exists for integration of smarter, more intelligent electronic fuse. Use of electronic fuse has the potential of significantly trimming costs and weight of vehicles.
It consisted of two drivetrains, which each consisted of two 12 V lead acid batteries as UPSs, current sense and electronic fuse boards in the positive wire (red), "shield wire" (black) and negative wire (blue) "of the tether," and a rotor drive with power electronics, machine, and rotor.
Tiny metal fragments and bits of electronic fuse board littered the impact area, the result of many rounds fired thus far.
The weapon, called the Multimode Directed Energy Armament System, could destroy the electronic fuse of an explosive device or missile, such as a roadside bomb, or immobilise a vehicle by disabling its ignition system, reports New Scientist.
Chaturvedi (Retired) told ANI that the report highlights shortages in ammunitions, especially in the electronic fuses that are used for explosives and missiles.
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