Definition of Fuse

- Feb 02, 2018 -

The fuse is also known as the current fuse, and the IEC127 standard defines it as a "fuse". When the circuit failure or abnormal, with the current rising, and the rise of the current is likely to damage the circuit of some important devices, it is possible to burn the circuit or even cause a fire. If the circuit is correctly placed in the fuse, then the fuse will be abnormal rise in the current to a certain height and heat, its own fuse cut off the current, so as to protect the safe operation of the circuit function.

More than 100 years ago, the fuse invented by Edison was used to protect the expensive incandescent lamp, and with the development of the times, the fuse protects the power equipment from the damage of current overheating and avoids the serious damage caused by the internal failure of the electronic equipment.

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