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 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.
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This electronic fuse provides protection from fault conditions that could result in catastrophic equipment failure.
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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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AEM Components (San Diego, CA) has introduced its new AirMatrix 2410 family of surface mount electronic fuses that provide AC line overcurrent protection for LED lighting applications.
Found in the border town of Spin Boldak last night, the cache consisted of 1,900 kilograms of ammonium nitrate, more than 5,400 electronic fuses, 3,200 meters of detonation cord and 275 kilograms of black powder.
And in a reference to electronic fuses, which are described as belonging to "a family of booby traps," Jane's Mines and Mine Clearance (1998-99) notes that in some cases, "because the detonator is fired by capacitor discharge, [electronic fuses] may be capable of functioning for some time after the battery has been removed.
His idea was essentially to send out a radio signal to prematurely trigger the artillery shells' electronic fuses and cause them to explode harmlessly in the sky.
And beyond atmospheric dangers, the FEIS filed by the Air Force and Navy says that HAARP transmissions "can raise the internal body temperature of nearby people; ignite road flares in the trunks of cars; detonate aerial munitions used in electronic fuses, and scramble aircraft communications, navigation and flight-control systems.
HFCL has disclosed that it has already secured key industrial licences for the manufacturing of an extensive array of defence equipment like electronic fuses, electro optical devices, communication equipment, comprising authorization for electronic warfare system assembling, as well as development and manufacturing of aircrafts and helicopters.
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