Fuses and types

Update date:2018-01-22 Source:MAXGE

Fuse refers to when the current exceeds the specified value, with its own heat generated by the melt fuse, disconnect the circuit of an electrical appliance. Fuse is based on the current exceeds the specified value for a period of time, with its own heat to melt the melt, so that the circuit is disconnected; the use of this principle is made of a current protector. Fuse widely used in high and low voltage power distribution systems and control systems and electrical equipment, as a short circuit and over-current protection device is one of the most widely used protection devices.

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Common species

Plug-in fuse: It is commonly used in 380V and below the voltage level of the end of the line, as the distribution branch or electrical equipment for short circuit protection.

Helical Fuse: The upper end of the melt fuse has a fuse indicator, once the melt blown, the indicator pops up immediately, through the ceramic glass hole on the observed, it is commonly used in machine electrical control equipment. Breaking current larger, can be used for voltage levels 500V and below, the current level below 200A for short circuit protection.

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Enclosed Fuse: Enclosed Fuse There are two types of filler fuses and unfilled fuses. A filler fuse generally square porcelain tube, built quartz sand and melt, breaking ability, for the voltage level 500V below, the current level below 1KA circuit. Unfilled hermetically sealed fuse The melt into the closed cylinder, the smaller breaking capacity for less than 500V, 600A the following power grid or distribution equipment.

Fast Fuse: Fast Fuse is mainly used for short-circuit protection of semiconductor rectifier components or rectifier. Due to the low overload capability of the semiconductor components. Only in a very short period of time to withstand a large overload current, requiring short-circuit protection with the ability to quickly fuse. The structure of the fuse is basically the same as that of the filler-type enclosed fuse, but the material and the shape of the melt are different. It is made of silver sheet and has a V-shaped deep groove with a variable cross-section melt.

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Recoil Fuse: The use of metal sodium as a melt, at room temperature with high conductivity. When the circuit short-circuit fault occurs, the short-circuit current to produce high-temperature sodium vaporized rapidly, showing high-resistance state of sodium vapor, which limits the short-circuit current. When the short circuit current disappears, the temperature drops, the metal sodium restore the original good conductivity. Since the fuse can only limit the short circuit current, can not really break the circuit. The advantage is no need to change the melt, can be reused.


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