Slow Blow Fuses Get The Lead Out

Dec. 5, 2005
Sporting RoHS compliance, the company's line of slow-blow fuses is available in standard 1206 chip sizes and targets designs using up to 63 Vdc and current levels from 1A to 8A. Typical applications include power supplies, capacitor filter banks, LCD

Sporting RoHS compliance, the company's line of slow-blow fuses is available in standard 1206 chip sizes and targets designs using up to 63 Vdc and current levels from 1A to 8A. Typical applications include power supplies, capacitor filter banks, LCD backlight inverters, and electric motors. Time characteristics include four hours minimum at 100% of rated current, 120s maximum and 1s minimum at 200% of rated current, 3s maximum and 0.1s minimum at 300% rated current, and 0.05s maximum and 0.002s minimum at 400% of rated current. Operating temperatures range from -55ºC to +125ºC and the fuses withstand soldering temperatures up to 260ºC for 60s maximum. Price is $0.30 each/100,000. For further information, call RAYCHEM CIRCUIT PROTECTION, Menlo Park, CA. (800) 227-7040.

Company: RAYCHEM CIRCUIT PROTECTION

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