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High-voltage fuses — Part 2: Expulsion fuses. Detail Summary View all details. Price USD. Single User. In Stock. Need it fast? Ask for rush delivery. Most backordered items can be rushed in from the publisher in as little as 24 hours. Some rush fees may apply. Add to Cart. View Full Details and Buy. Complementary Documents and Links:. This International Standard specifies requirements for expulsion fuses designed for use outdoors or indoors on alternating current systems of 50 Hz and 60 Hz, and of rated voltages exceeding 1 V.
Expulsion fuses are fuses in which the arc is extinguished by the expulsion effects of the gases produced by the arc. This standard covers only the performance of fuses, each one comprising a specified combination of fuse-base, fuse-carrier, and fuse-link which have been tested in accordance with this standard; and successful performance of other combinations cannot be implied from this standard.
This standard may also be used for non-expulsion fuses in which the interruption process waits for natural current zero to clear the circuit. NOTE 1 — See clause 5 and application guide for specific information regarding the selection of fuse class.
NOTE 3 — This standard does not cover load-switching nor fault-making capabilities. Information regarding requirements related to switching capabilities may be found in IEC NOTE 4 — This standard does not cover aspects related to the level of noise, nor the emission of hot gases inherent to some types of expulsion fuses during the process of interruption of fault currents.
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