Fuse refers to when the current exceeds the specified value, the heat generated by itself causes the melt to fuse, disconnecting the circuit of an electrical appliance. A fuse is a current protector made of this principle by which the melt is melted by the heat generated by itself after a period of time exceeding the specified value. The fuse is widely used in high and low voltage distribution system and control system as well as in electric equipment, as a short-circuit and overcurrent protector, is one of the most popular protection devices.
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