full-range fuse

full-range fuse

[¦fu̇l ¦rānj ′fyüz]
(electricity)
A high-voltage, current-limiting fuse that can safely interrupt any value of the fault current that causes the fuse elements (conductors) to melt.
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Based on product type, the medium voltage fuse market has been segment into Type H, Type K, Type T, Type R, Type E, Overhead Current Limiting Back-up fuse, Overhead Current Limiting Full-range fuse, Oil Submersed Current Limiting Back-up fuse, Oil Submersed Current Limiting Full Range fuse, and others.