BF1 MIDI 1 Circuit Bolt-Down High Current Panel Mount Fuse Holder ANS-H
|Place of Origin:||Dongguan,Guangdong,China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100 Pieces|
|Price:||To be advised|
|Delivery Time:||7-10 Days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T,Paypal, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||10,000,000 Pieces Per Month|
|Product Name:||BF1 MIDI 1 Circuit Bolt-Down High Current Panel Mount Fuse Holder||Unit Weight:||23.5 G|
|Min Operating Temperature:||- 40 C||Max Operating Temperature:||+ 125 C|
|Max Current:||200 A||Fuse Size/Group:||MIDI/ANS|
|Termination Style:||Bolt Down||Fuseholder Type:||Holder|
|Voltage:||32V/60V||Mounting Type:||Panel Mount|
23.5g PCB Mount Fuse Holder,
125C PCB Mount Fuse Holder,
Panel Mount 200 amp fuse holder
BF1 MIDI 1 Circuit Bolt-Down High Current Panel Mount Fuse Holder ANS-H 200A Max
Description Of The Bolt-Down High Current Panel Mount Fuse Holder ANS-H
Use with BF1 or ANS MIDI Bolt-Down 32V fuses up to 200A. Includes protective cover. Features interconnecting pins on side of fuse block for secure multiple block configurations. Includes M5 threaded studs and hex nuts with lock washers. Fuse not included but we can offer suitable fuse together- ANS max 200A. It can be 1 circuit or multi circuit based on customer requirements.
Fusible links perform the same basic function as fuses, but they go about it in a slightly different way. In automotive applications, a fusible link is a length of wire that is several gauges thinner than the wire that it is designed to protect. When all goes well, this results in the fusible link failing, and breaking the circuit, before the protected wiring can fail.
Features Of The Bolt-Down High Current Panel Mount Fuse Holder ANS-H
* Compact design
* 1:1 matching with BF1 or equivalent high current MIDI Auto Fuse
* High quality srew & nut used
* Excellent load capacity
* Voltage up to 125V
* Current up to 200A
* Small order accepttable
* Stocks available , timely delivery
* Samples free available
Main Specification Of The Bolt-Down High Current Panel Mount Fuse Holder ANS-H
|Name :||MIDI FUSEHOLDER|
|Electrical :||MAX 200A 60V dc /125V|
|Application temperatures||-40℃ to +125℃|
|Fuse Mounting||M5 Threaded Stud and Hex Nuts|
|Torque Requirements:||M5 Nut 4.5 ± 1Newton meters|
|Material :||SUS + Pig iron nickel plating|
|Insulator material:||Nylon PA66|
|Application:||For ANF,ANG,ANS-S､ANS 30A～200A|
Are blade fuses universal ?
Modern car fuses are all based on the standard ATO and ATC “blade type” fuses that Littelfuse patented in the 1970s. There are multiple sizes and configurations of blade fuses today, but they all bear a physical resemblance to the original ATO fuses, and many applications still use standard ATO and ATC fuses.
Car Fuses and Fusible Links Explained
Automotive fuses are the gatekeepers and bodyguards of the automotive electronics world. Whenever a sudden short or surge threatens any of the delicate electronics found in modern cars and trucks, a fuse stands ready to valiantly throw itself into the field of fire.
In doing so, the fuse takes a figurative bullet for some more valuable, complex, or indispensable component or device, like a car stereo or amplifier. This often results in some temporary loss of functionality, but fuses are cheap and usually easy to replace, and any underlying problem will typically be revealed by repeated failures of a fuse on the same circuit.
Fusible links, while different in design, are identical in purpose and functionality.
There are many different types of fuses, but most modern cars and trucks use one or more of the following types of bladed fuses, in descending order of size: