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|Product Name:||Car Audio Auto Fuse||Size:||10.30*38.1mm(13/32*1-1/2 Inch)|
|Rated Current:||10-80A||Voltage Rating:||32VDC Or Less|
|Cap:||Brass With Gold Plating & Nickel Plating.||Fuse Element:||Zine Alloy With Gold Plated|
Car Auto Vehicle Audio Amplifier Stereo S Shape Element Glass Tube AGU 10x38mm Auto Fuse 10-80A 32VDC With Gold Plated
- 10.30*38.1mm(13/32*1-1/2 Inch)
- Fast Acting
- Voltage Rating : DC32V or less
- Complies with SAE J554
- Materials :
Brass with Gold Plated
Zinc Alloy with Gold Plated
- Wide current range 10A-80A
Dimensional Drawing (mm)
|Fast Acting Glass Tube Fuses|
|Caps||Brass With Gold Plating & Nickel plating.|
|Element||Zine Alloy with Gold Plated|
|Standard||Complies with SAE J554|
|Voltage Rating||32v DC|
|Test Current||Opening Time|
|AGU-G 10||10 A|
|AGU-G 15||15 A|
|AGU-G 20||20 A|
|AGU-G 25||25 A|
|AGU-G 30||30 A|
|AGU-G 35||35 A|
|AGU-G 40||40 A|
|AGU-G 50||50 A|
|AGU-G 60||60 A|
|AGU-G 70||70 A|
|AGU-G 80||80 A|
Suitable Fuse Holder
Glass Tube Fuse Overview
Most American vehicles went away from glass fuses in 1982. These fuses are rated for 32v DC and cover from 4 amps up to 30. There are numerous designs for automotive glass fuses. SFE and AG* type fuses are fast-blow fuses, they pop as soon as there is more draw than they are rated for. Slow-burn fuses, like the MDL type, are timed fuses.
Various glass fuses have different diameters and widths, depending on the style. These SFE fuses have different widths so that they only fit the appropriate circuit.
SFE – These are the original glass fuses for automotive use. SFE stands for Society of Fuse Engineers, and have different lengths so that the wrong fuse cannot be installed into the wrong placement. They are ¼” in diameter, from 5/8” up to 1 716” long.
Outside of SFE fuses are AG type, which stands for Automotive Glass with a suffix letter to note the type.
AG Type Fuses
|AGA (1 to 30 amp)||1/4” diameter x 5/8” long|
|AGB||.177” diameter x .588” long|
|AGC (0.125 to 50 amp)||1/4 diameter x 1-1/4” long|
|AGS||9/32” diameter x 1-1/4” long|
|AGU (1 to 60 amp)||13/32 diameter x 1-1/2” long (sometimes referred to as Midget fuses)|
|AGW (1 to 30 amp)||1/4” diameter x 7/8” long|
|AGX (1 to 30 amp)||1/4” diameter x 1” long|
|AGY (50 amp only)||1/4” diameter x 1 7/16” long|
|UK (35 to 50 amp)||1/4” diameter x 1 1/4” long|
MDL – This style is similar to the AGC fuse in size and rating, however AGC fuses are “fast blow”, meaning they pop instantly, whereas MDL fuses are time-delay fuses that burn slowly. This allows the MDL fuse to resist higher amperes for very brief moments, such as a high-draw from a compressor or fan kicking on.
This AGU fuse is a 40 amp, notes on the side. The high-amp glass fuses can melt the solder before the actual fuse pops.