What is the difference between cartridge fuse and fuse link
May 31, 2022
What is the difference between cartridge fuse and fuse link ?What are the differences? Next, our safety fuse holder manufacturers will analyze them one by one.
1. What is a fuse
A fuse is one of the simplest protective appliances. In rural areas, fuses are installed on the high and low voltage sides of distribution transformers as short-circuit protection to prevent short-circuit current from damaging the transformer. In addition, various power and lighting devices often use fuses as short-circuit fault or continuous overload protection devices.
The fuse breaks the circuit by melting the melt when the current exceeds the limit value. It is an electrical appliance used for overload and short circuit protection. The biggest feature of fuse is simple structure, small size, light weight, convenient use and maintenance, low price, high reliability, and has great practical value and economic significance.
A fuse is a simple and effective protection appliance. It mainly plays the role of short circuit protection in the circuit. The fuse is mainly composed of a melt and an insulating tube (insulating seat) for installing the melt. When in use, the melt is connected in series to the protected circuit. When the circuit has a short-circuit fault, the melt is instantaneously blown to break the circuit and play a protective role.
Second, the difference between fuse and fuse
In fact, a fuse is called a fuse. It can be said that a fuse is a fuse, and a fuse is not necessarily equal to a fuse. A fuse is a finished electronic component, but a fuse can be a semi-finished product, that is, there is no formed electronic component. So I usually put the fuse on the catalog and not the reason for the fuse. A fuse represents a much smaller range, while a fuse represents a much larger range. There are many types of fuses, and the fuse is relatively simple as a material. At present, the fuses on the market are roughly divided into two forms, one is to protect the circuit through overcurrent, and the other is to protect the circuit through temperature. Protection, no matter what kind of way, its function is to cut off the power in time to protect our equipment when our circuit fails.
A fuse is a fuse, a fuse is a common name, and a fuse is a standard name.
The fuse is a little more complicated in structure than the fuse. If there is an indicator mark, a component that is made into a pluggable shape, etc. when the fuse is broken, the core of the fuse is the fuse.
A fuse, known as a current fuse, is an electrical component installed in a circuit to ensure the safe operation of the circuit. Also known as a fuse, the IEC127 standard defines it as a "fuse-link". The fuse (wire) will cut off the current by itself when the current abnormally rises to a certain height and a certain heat, so as to protect the safe operation of the circuit.
The above is the introduction of "What is the difference between a fuse and a fuse". If you need to know more about the safety fuse holder, please contact manufacturer ampfort.