In electronics and electrical engineering, a fuse is an electrical safety device that operates to provide overcurrent protection of an electrical circuit. Its essential component is a metal wire or strip that melts when too much current flows through it, thereby interrupting the current.

  1. Low Voltage, Branch Circuit Rated Fuses
  2. Solar Fuse
  3. Low Voltage Supplementary Fuses
    • 400V to 690V & 0.5A to 1250A
    • Breaking Capacity – 80KA to 120KA
    • Operating Class- gG / gL / gM
    • Mounting- Bolted/NH Bladed/Cylindrical type
  4. Electronic - PC Board and Small Dimension Fuses
  5. Medium Voltage Fuse and Fuse Links
    • 3.6KV to 72KV & 0.5A to 160A
    • Breaking Capacity – 20KA to 50KA
    • Operating Class- Backup/ Motor Protection/Metering Fuse
    • Mounting- Bolted/DIN type
  6. High Speed Fuses (Semiconductor Fuse)
    • upto 4000V & upto 7500A
    • Breaking Capacity – 300KA
    • Operating Class- aR/gR
    • Mounting- Bolted/NH Bladed/Cylindrical type/Flush End contact
  7. IEC & British Standard Fuses
  8. Hybrid Electric Vehicles (EV Fuse)
    • Upto 100VDC & upto 1250A
    • Breaking Capacity – Upto 150KA
    • Operating Class- gR/aR
    • Mounting- Bolted /Cylindrical type/Flush End contact
  9. Fuse Holders and Blocks
  10. Power Distribution & Terminal Blocks
  11. Connectors
  12. Disconnectors
  13. Surge Protective Devices
  14. Accessories
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