6.32x32mm Slow Blow Glass Fuse
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  • Air Pro6.32x32mm Slow Blow Glass Fuse
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6.32x32mm Slow Blow Glass Fuse

6.32x32mm Slow Blow Glass Fuse solves a broad range of application requirements while offering reliable performance and cost-effective circuit protection.

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6.32x32mm Time Delay Slow Blow Time Lag Cartridge Glass Fuse 6.3A 250V With Axial Lead


6.32x32mm Time Lag Glass Fuse solves a broad range of application requirements while offering reliable performance and cost-effective circuit protection.

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Features Of 6.32x32mm Slow Blow Glass Fuse


In accordance with UL Standard 248-14

Available in cartridge and axial lead format and with various forming dimensions

RoHS compliant and Lead-free


Application Of 6.32x32mm Slow Blow Glass Fuse


Used as supplementary protection in appliance or utilization equipment to provide individual protection for components or internal circuits.

Specification Of 6.32x32mm Slow Blow Glass Fuse


Catalog

No.

Ampere

Rating

Voltage

Rating

Breaking

Capacity

I2TMelting

Integral(A2.S)

MTC0100A/B

100mA

250V/125V

[email protected] V AC (100mA~10A);


[email protected] AC (100mA~1A);


[email protected] AC (1.25A~3.5A);


[email protected] AC (4A~10A).


0.028

MTC0160A/B

160mA

250V/125V

0.075

MTC0200A/B

200mA

250V/125V

0.12

MTC0250A/B

250mA

250V/125V

0.15

MTC0300A/B

300mA

250V/125V

0.19

MTC0315A/B

315mA

250V/125V

0.22

MTC0350A/B

350mA

250V/125V

0.29

MTC0400A/B

400mA

250V/125V

0.28

MTC0500A/B

500mA

250V/125V

0.52

MTC0630A/B

630mA

250V/125V

0.87

MTC0750A/B

750mA

250V/125V

1.1

MTC0800A/B

800mA

250V/125V

1.4

MTC1100A/B

1A

250V/125V

3.5

MTC1125A/B

1.25A

250V/125V

7.6

MTC1150A/B

1.5A

250V/125V

9.1

MTC1160A/B

1.6A

250V/125V

13

MTC1200A/B

2A

250V/125V

20

MTC1250A/B

2.5A

250V/125V

39

MTC1300A/B

3A

250V/125V

61

MTC1315A/B

3.15A

250V/125V

56

MTC1350A/B

3.5A

250V/125V

70

MTC1400A/B

4A

250V/125V

104

MTC1500A/B

5A

250V/125V

148

MTC1600A/B

6A

250V/125V

173

MTC1630A/B

6.3A

250V/125V

192

MTC1800A/B

8A

250V/125V

380

MTC2100A/B

10A

250V/125V

580

MTC2120A/B

12A

250V/125V

723

MTC2150A/B

15A

250V/125V

934

MTC2200A/B

20A

250V/125V

1280

MTC2250A/B

25A

250V/125V

1678

MTC2300A/B

30A

250V/125V

2036


Breaking Capacity of 6.32x32mm Slow Blow Glass Fuse


10000A at125 V AC (MTC In range 100mA~10A);

35A at 250V AC (MTC In range 100mA~1A);

100A at 250V AC (MTC In range 1.25A~3.5A);

200A at 250V AC (MTC In range 4A~10A).


Operating Characteristics Of 6.32x32mm Slow Blow Glass Fuse


% of Ampere Rating(In)

Blowing Time

100%* In

4 hours Min

135%* In

1 hour Max

200%* In

120 sec Max


Load Capacity: When the fuse loads through 100% of rated current, should blow within 4 hours.


Checking and replacing The 6.32x32mm Time Lag Glass Fuse


Although we often think of fuses as a nuisance, they play an important safety role in preventing damage to equipment due to electrical overloading, thereby reducing the risk of electrical shock to patients and staff. You should not dismiss a blown fuse as an inconvenience. It may be a sign that a real fault has developed, giving you the chance to find and fix the problem before any serious damage occurs.


Fuses degrade with time and will eventually fail. A blown fuse does not always mean that there is something wrong with the equipment, and in this article we will show you how to replace such a fuse.


However, do not keep replacing a fuse if it blows immediately after you replace it. In these instances, call a qualified biomedical equipment technician to service the equipment.


A fuse is essentially a short piece of wire of a selected diameter and composition so that it conducts current up to a certain level, but melts or ‘fuses’ if the current rises above that level. It becomes an open circuit when it blows, interrupting the flow of current and preventing damage.


In most cases, the fuse wire is mounted inside a small glass or ceramic tube, fitted with metal end caps. The glass tube forms a physical guard for the fuse, so that when it blows the molten metal does not cause damage or injury. A glass tube allows you to see when the fuse has blown: there will be a gap in the wire or a metallic smear on the inside of the glass.


General suggestions

Always disconnect equipment from electrical power before removing a fuse; not doing so may result in serious injury.


Always replace a fuse with an identical type, and never substitute a fuse with foil or another object. This could lead to electrocution and fires.


Keep enough stock of the fuses used in your clinic or hospital. Store each type in separate containers with a label describing the fuse's voltage and amperage, whether it is a fast-blow or slow-blow type, the size, minimum number needed (the minimum stock level), and the models of equipment that use each type of fuse.


Check your stock of fuses frequently and order more fuses when it reaches the minimum stock level.


If possible, tape a spare fuse to the equipment so that it is available when needed.


More about fuses


You should note the following when replacing fuses to ensure an exact match.


Amperage rating (A). This indicates how much current the fuse can carry. Most eye care devices have fuses rated between 0 and 10 amperes.


Voltage rating (V). This is the maximum supply voltage that the fuse can safely carry. The most popular ratings are 125V and 250V.


Blowing type. Fast-blow fuses will blow as soon as the current reaches the fuse's amperage rating, while slow-blow fuses are designed to tolerate a large number of startup surges and modest short-term overloads without blowing. Fast-blow fuses usually have a thin wire while slow-blow fuses usually have a thicker, coiled wire. You should never substitute a slow-blow fuse for a fast-blow fuse or vice versa.


Size and tube material. Most fuses used in medical equipment have a glass tube but you may find some with ceramic tubes. The two most common sizes of fuses are:


American size: 3.2 cm × 0.6 cm (¼ inches × ¼ inch),


European size: 20 mm × 5 mm (0.8 inches × 0.2 inches).


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