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Medium Voltage Fuses
Mfg: Ferraz Shawmut Published: 2004 Version: 12/04 93 pages
IBD fuses are designed for the protection of HV/LV distribution transformers. The fuse technology is known as “enclosed” melting. It ensures against any visible evidence of the fuse during its operation. IBD fuses satisfy existing operational constraints for electric networks. Their characteristics are based on operation at ambient temperatures ranging from -25°c to +40°c, and a maximum altitude of 1000 meters. Add to My Library
Miniature Fuses
Mfg: Ferraz Shawmut Published: 2004 Version: 12/04 89 pages
Time-current characteristics Packaging: in box of 100 and 1000 pieces Installation instructions Time-current characteristics Packaging: in box of 100 and 1000 pieces Installation instructions Time-current characteristics Packaging: in box of 100 and 1000 pieces Installation instructions Time-current characteristics Add to My Library
Protistor DC Fuses
Mfg: Ferraz Shawmut Published: 2004 Version: 12/04 76 pages
Left: Curves indicate maximum permissible value of time constant L/R as a function of DC working voltage 1 2 3 4 These curves indicate the maximum permissible value of time constant L/R as a function of the DC working voltage 1- 80 to 110 A U (V) Above: Curves indicate for various time constants L/R the peak arc voltage which may appear across fuse terminals, vs. DC working voltage Add to My Library
General Purpose US Fuses
Mfg: Ferraz Shawmut Published: 2004 Version: 12/04 70 pages
With advanced material technology added to the existing product line the AJT fuse provides IEC Type “2” (No Damage) protection to main, feeder, and branch circuits, for all types of loads — yet, they require only half the mounting space needed for 600VAC Class RK fuses. AJT’s time delay characteristics for handling typical in-rush currents, its current limiting ability. Add to My Library
Special Purpose Fuses
Mfg: Ferraz Shawmut Published: 2004 Version: 12/04 40 pages
Ferraz Shawmut is launching a brand-new range of fuses for protecting batteries. It had been developed for meeting very severe uses. These fuses are packaged by 5 in carton box. LOW VOLTAGE ARRESTER FAILURE When an arrester fails (it can no longer contain overvoltage and thus short circuits), a fuse is needed to prevent its explosion. Add to My Library