19 in stock

SKU:

BP-1600*P10
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BP-1600*P10 polymer fuse

0 out of 5
9.17 zloty
  • EUR: 2.13€

30 in stock

SKU:

BP-2500*P10
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BP-2500*P10 polymer fuse

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10.74 zloty
  • EUR: 2.50€

9 in stock

SKU:

BPS-750*P10
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BPS-750*P10 polymer fuse

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8.84 zloty
  • EUR: 2.06€

18 in stock

SKU:

BPS-2500*P10
,

BPS-2500*P10 polymer fuse

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7.96 zloty
  • EUR: 1.85€

53 in stock

SKU:

B-5000*P10
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Fuse B-5000*P10

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7.39 zloty
  • EUR: 1.72€

52 in stock

SKU:

B-500*P10
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Fuse B-500*P10

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7.15 zloty
  • EUR: 1.66€

32 in stock

SKU:

B-2000*P10
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Fuse B-2000*P10

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7.15 zloty
  • EUR: 1.66€

37 in stock

SKU:

B-15000*P10
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Fuse B-15000*P10

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4.86 zloty
  • EUR: 1.13€

23 in stock

SKU:

B-10000*P10
,

Fuse B-10000*P10

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6.91 zloty
  • EUR: 1.61€

34 in stock

SKU:

B-1600*P10
,

Fuse B-1600*P10

0 out of 5
7.39 zloty
  • EUR: 1.72€

19 in stock

SKU:

BP-900*P10
,

BP-900*P10 polymer fuse

0 out of 5
8.83 zloty
  • EUR: 2.06€

69 in stock

SKU:

B-1000*P10
,

Fuse B-1000*P10

0 out of 5
7.62 zloty
  • EUR: 1.77€
Everything You Need to Know About Fuses

Fuses are a key element of any electrical system, ensuring safety and protection against overloads and short circuits. In this article, we will discuss what fuses are, how they work, what types there are, and how to use and replace them properly.

What are Fuses?

Fuses are safety devices that protect electrical installations from damage caused by excessive current flow. When the current flow exceeds a safe level, the fuse breaks the circuit, preventing equipment damage and fires.

How do fuses work?

A fuse consists of a thin conductor, usually metal, that melts when the current flow exceeds a certain level. This process interrupts an electrical circuit, cutting off the flow of electricity to the protected device or circuit. When a fuse blows, it must be replaced to restore the functioning of the circuit.

Types of Fuses
  1. Fuses (Traditional): The most common type of fuse, containing a thin conductor that melts when overloaded. They are available in various shapes and sizes, suitable for various applications.
  2. Automatic fuses (circuit breakers): These are reusable devices that automatically break the circuit in the event of an overload or short circuit. Once the problem is corrected, they can be reconnected, eliminating the need for replacement.
  3. Plug-in fuses: Mainly used in older home installations. They have a cylindrical form and are screwed into fuse sockets.
  4. Fast fuses: Designed to quickly break the circuit for very short current pulses. Mainly used in electronic devices.
  5. Time-delay fuses: They can withstand short-term overloads before burning out. They are ideal for circuits with components with high starting current, such as motors.
Summary

Fuses are an irreplaceable element of every electrical system, protecting against damage caused by excessive current flow. Selecting the appropriate type and parameters of the fuse and its correct installation are crucial for the safety of the electrical installation. Remember to always follow safety rules when replacing fuses and regularly check the condition of the electrical installation.

If you have any doubts about selecting or replacing fuses, consult a qualified electrician to ensure maximum safety and reliability of your electrical installation.