2410 250V Fast Blow Nano Square Ceramic SMT Surface Mount Fuse 4A
Application Of 250V Fast Acting Surface Mounted Fuse
LCD/PDP panelLCD backlight inverterPortable DVE playerPower supplyNetworkingCooling fan systemStorage systemTelecom systemWireless base stationWhite goodsGame consoleAutomotiveBattery charging circuitOffice AutomationNotebook
LCD / LED monitor
LCD / LED TV
Description Of 250V Fast Acting Surface Mounted Fuse
2410 250V Fast Blow Surface Mount Fuse are ceramic tube/end cap constructions, provide board level primary and secondary circuit protection in a wide variety of applications. With excellent inrush current withstanding capability, excellent reliability for thermal and mechanic shock, also have a high reliability and stable solder ability, end caps are available in gold/silver/nickel plated.
Performance Specifications Of 250V Fast Acting Surface Mounted Fuse
Dimensional Drawing Of The 2410 250V Fast Blow Surface Mount Fuse (Unit:mm)
Breaking Capacity Of 250V Fast Acting Surface Mounted Fuse
Pre-Arcing Time / Current Characteristics Of 250V Fast Acting Surface Mounted Fuse
% of Ampere Rating(In)
100% * In
4 hours Min
200% * In
120 sec Max
1000% * In
Package Of 250V Fast Acting Surface Mounted Fuse
Tape in reel , 1000pcs per reel,30000pcs per carton (default).
Bulk, optional package.
Environmental Specifications Of 250V Fast Acting Surface Mounted Fuse
MIL-STD-202G, Method 213B, Test Condition 1 (100 G's peak for 6 milliseconds; Sawtooth waveform)
MIL-STD-202G, Method 201A (10-55 Hz, 0.06 inch, total excursion).
Salt Spray Resistance
MIL-STD-202G, Method 101E, Test Condition B (48 hrs.).
MIL-STD-202G, Method 302, Test Condition A (After Opening) 10,000 ohms minimum
MIL-STD-202G, Method 208H
MIL-STD-202G, Method 107G, Test Condition B (-65℃ to +125℃).
-55℃ to +125℃
Moisture Sensitivity Level
1 (According to IPC J-Std-020)
High temperature storage
MIL-STD-202 Method 108
JESD22 Method JA-104,Test Condition B
MIL-STD-202 Method 108, Test Condition D
Resistance to solvents
MIL-STD-202 Method 215
MIL-STD-202 Method 213,Test Condition C
MIL-STD-202 Method 204
MIL-STD-202 Method 107
3 temperature electrical
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What's the purpose of interrupting capacity in practical application?
The interrupting capacity of a fuse is a safety index. It is rarely related to the electrical performance. Thus it is often neglected by the manufacturer or user. Some people are even unaware of this technical index.
As a safety precaution, a fuse needs to guarantee the security of a circuit and other parts at any time, so it has to be ensured safe in any event, especially during the fuse operation process, when no hazard should occur, including persistent arcing, times of conduction, burning, splashing, and even explosion. Interrupting capacity is an index reflecting guaranteed safety.
The unit of measurement is the Ampere, indicating the maximum current that can be safely interrupted by a fuse. As long as the circuit overcurrent does not exceed the interrupting capacity, the fuse can safely interrupt the current without producing any hazard. On the other hand, although the fuse could break circuit current, absolute safety can not be ensured. Therefore, interrupting capacity is not a dispensable index.
In order to guarantee fuse safety, we also need to consider safety indexes like interrupting capacity, rated voltage and security certification, except for essential performance parameters including current capacity, blowing characteristic, pulse withstand capability and ageing rate, impedance and power consumption, and temperature derating.
For European standard miniature tube fuses, fuses of the same profile and dimension can be divided into low and high interrupting rating fuses. The interrupting capacity of the former is specified as 10 times of rated current or 35A, whichever is larger, while the interrupting capacity of the latter is as high as 1500A. North American tube fuses have no such division. The specified interrupting capacity index is much higher, 10,000A for 125V, 35~1500A for 250V, which depends on the rated current of the fuse. The interrupting capacity of SMT chip fuses is always around 50A.