EATON Cross 250V 10A Glass Fuse Clip ROHS Tin Plated Fuse Box Clips
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|Tin Plated Brass Glass Fuse Clip 10A 250V
|3.6x10mm Ceramic/glass Fuse
|Tin/Nickel Plated Bronze
EATON Cross 250V Glass Fuse Clip,
10A Glass Fuse Clip,
ROHS tin plated fuse box clips
EATON Cross Tin Plated Bronze Glass Fuse Clip 10A 250V For 3.6x10mm Cartridge Fuse
Fuse Clip Overview Of The Tin Plated Bronze Glass Fuse Clip
The fuse clip is a clip for installing a fuse, which is divided into a current fuse clip and a car fuse clip. The fuse clip refers to the clip for installing the fuse. It can be divided into: current fuse clip and automobile fuse clip. Generally, there are three surface coatings: nickel-plated, tin-plated, and silver-plated. There are current fuse clips: 3*10mm, 5*20mm, 6*30mm current fuse clips; car fuse clips include: small car fuse clips, medium car fuse clips, and large car fuse clips. It is mostly used to install on the circuit board, use it to facilitate the fuse burned in the future and can be better replaced. The following factors should be considered when selecting the fuse clip: the size of the fuse and the current should be selected according to the size of the design and installation position of the circuit board.
Main Specification Of The Tin Plated Bronze Glass Fuse Clip
|Glass Fuse Clip
|10000PCS PER BAG
Dimension Of The Tin Plated Bronze Glass Fuse Clip (mm)
The role of the fuse clip within 20 amps
The operating characteristic of the fuse is inverse time limit. The greater the overcurrent, the shorter the fusing time. At 20A, it will take a while to accumulate enough heat to blow the fuse.
As the core component of the circuit, the safe use of the fuse clip cannot be ignored.
We know that most of the fuse clips are made of metal, and the general domestic market requires them to be made of brass. Because brass has the advantages of good stability and good conductivity, it is very reasonable to use brass as a fuse clip.
Now that we understand the material of the fuse clip, are there any disadvantages to this material? We will introduce the problems encountered in the use process in the article "Analysis of the common problems of the fuse clip". Today we are going to discuss the problem of the fuse clip within 20A
First, our customers have found that many fuse clips have poor elasticity when installing the fuse clips. Generally, after replacing the fuse several times, the elasticity of the fuse clip gradually deteriorates. In the end, there is no flexibility at all. For such customers, we generally recommend that customers choose phosphor copper clips, but it is still defective. Phosphor copper has good toughness, but it is not conductive, and it is not as good as brass. So encountering such problems is also quite tricky.
The second is the oxidation problem. So metals will oxidize, it is a matter of time. Our fuse clips generally solve this problem through electroplating. Generally, the clips are electroplated nickel or electroplated silver. Of course, the cost of electroplating silver will be relatively high, depending on customer needs. If the requirements are relatively high, you can choose to add copper bottom plating. This is more secure. Of course, this type of cost will be higher, and customers will also consider this issue when choosing.