ROHS Flame Retardant 1 Way Plug In Blade Fuse Box For NEV
|Place of Origin:||Dongguan,China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100pcs|
|Delivery Time:||5 Workdays|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||50000PCS PER MONTH|
|Name:||Blade Fuse Box||Cover:||Frosted PC|
Blade Fuse Box For NEV,
ROHS Flame Retardant Blade Fuse Box,
Plug In Fuse Box For NEV
Flame Retardant High Power 1 Way Plug-in Blade Fuse Box For New Energy Vehicle
A. Electronic series:
|Fuses/Fuse Clips, and Blocks|
B. Automotive series:
|Fuse Blocks and in-Line Fuse Holders|
|Power Distribution Blocks, Terminals and Battery Adapters|
|Automotive Audio Cables|
D. New product series:
|1||Micro Fuse series|
|2||Automotive/RV Audio PCB Assembly & Circuit Protection Devices|
What is a fuse ?
* It is said that Thomas Edison, the inventor of the light bulb, first put forth the idea of a fuse. Ever since, fuses have been widely used across a wide range of applications to ensure the safety of electric circuits and protect devices.
* Electric circuits are connected to various devices through electric wiring and switches that receive electricity from a power source. Fuses are installed in series with the electric circuit on the upstream flow of electricity and are designed to immediately interrupt the circuit when exposed to overcurrent resulting from a short-circuit on the downstream flow. They are therefore critical components that protect the wiring and devices in an electric circuit from damage caused by fires and the like.
* When exposed to overcurrent, a fuse’s metal element, which is distinguished by a small cross-sectional area, reaches its melting point and subsequently blows. This effectively interrupts (protects) the circuit.
* Fuses are classified into different types depending on their usage purpose and application. For example, there are fuses for high-voltage insulating structures, cylindrical fuses for applications that receive or distribute electricity, tube-type fuses used in residential electric appliances, surface-mount fuses for printed wiring boards, and automotive fuses.