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|Features:||Fast-acting||Name:||Ceramic Tube Fuse|
Very Fast Acting Cartridge Type Ceramic Tube Fuse 6x32mm 3AB 300V 500V 600V 660V 1000V 10A For Multimeters MM300
6.600.10 of 6x32mm ferrule high speed fuses are for the protection of DC common bus, DC drives, power converters/rectifiers and reduced rated voltage starters
Available with optional axial leads
Fast acting, high breaking capacity under 1000V DC
6x32mm physical size
Special engineering material tube, silver plated copper cap construction
Designed to UL 248-1
Lead-free and halogen free material
Replacement cartridge fuses for multimeters, 7 x 32 mm, 10 A, 600 V.
DC common bus
Reduced voltage starters
Replacement fuse for use with Klein Tools' MM300 and MM400 Multimeters.
Provides longer lasting performance and greater safety.
Store as spare fuse so you are always prepared.
Fast-acting ceramic fuse.
Reduces the possibility of internal arc flashes.
Use with additional fuse, Cat. No. 69031 (MM300), or Cat. No. 69033 (MM400).
|Rated Current||Rated Voltage DC||Breaking Capacity DC|
|200mA||300V 500V 600V 660V 1000V||10KA|
* DC Cold Resistance are measured at <10% of rated current in ambient temperature of 25
* Typical Pre-arcing I²t are measured at 10In Current
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The Benefits of a Ceramic Fuse
The breaking capacity of a ceramic fuse is important because it defines the amount of current that can be stopped by the fuse. The capacity of a ceramic fuse is higher than any other fuse. This means that ceramic fuses can be used in circuits that have a higher current. Fuses made of ceramic also offer protection against overheating.
The Cons of a Ceramic Fuse
Ceramic is very delicate and can easily be smashed. This is a disadvantage as you must be very careful when handling your fuse.
Opaque and metal tipped, a ceramic or sand fuse is fairly common for many household items, from extension cords to some ceiling fans. A ceramic fuse is built to withstand high temperatures. The more thermally stable fuse is typically filled with sand in order to prevent the conductive film from forming. The film is formed when a short circuit melts the fuse element, causing a deposit to be seen on the inside of the fuse barrel as a film.