Coaxial Fast Acting Pico Fuse
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Coaxial Fast Acting Pico Fuse

What is a Coaxial Fast Acting Pico Fuse? A Coaxial Fast Acting Pico Fuse is an axial leaded subminiature fuse, that is offered in both fast acting, and time lag, versions. Fuse Pico voltage, ratings typically range from 32 volts to 350 volts AC with the most common fuses rated at 125 volts AC. Radial leads are offered in some Pico fuse series by bending the axial leads in the downward position. A Pico fuse typically carries a UL Recognition, and CSA Approval,. MIL Spec, versions of the Pico fuse are also available.

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4x11mm Fast Acting High Reliability Subminiature Coaxial Pico Fuse F2A 350V


Description Of Coaxial Fast Acting Pico Fuse


What is a Pico Fuse,? A Pico fuse is an axial leaded subminiature fuse, that is offered in both fast acting, and time lag, versions. Fuse Pico voltage, ratings typically range from 32 volts to 350 volts AC with the most common fuses rated at 125 volts AC. Radial leads are offered in some Pico fuse series by bending the axial leads in the downward position. A Pico fuse typically carries a UL Recognition, and CSA Approval,. MIL Spec, versions of the Pico fuse are also available.

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VARIATIONS IN DESIGN Of Coaxial Fast Acting Pico Fuse


Pico fuses which differ from the standard versions as presented on this page can be provided for a commercial or military use. One such design version is where the pico fuse terminates at one end of a pin for use as a single or multi-pin connector. Extreme accuracy in blowing time at 300% or more of rating, makes these pico fuses suitable for use in circuits where sequential switching or redundancy may be required. The small size of the fuse, its non-hygroscopic characteristic and infinitesimal weight makes it the ideal fuse for micro-electronic circuits


Standards and Agency Approvals Of Coaxial Fast Acting Pico Fuse


Standards:In accordance with UL 248 -1 / -14.

Voltage Rating

Agency

Ampere Range

Agency File Number

350V

UL

100mA ~ 10A

E340427(JDYX2)

C-UL

100mA ~ 10A

E340427(JDYX8)



Dimension Of Coaxial Fast Acting Pico Fuse (mm)


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Specifications Of Coaxial Fast Acting Pico Fuse


Test Condition: All electrical test is to be conducted with the ambient air at a temperature of 25±5℃.
Load capacity:When the fuse loads through 100% of rated current, should blow within 4 hours.
Interrupting Rating:Breaking Capacity: 50A at 350V AC.


% of Ampere Rating(In)

Blowing Time

100% * In

4 hours Min

200% * In

60 sec Max



Catalog

No.

Ampere

Rating

Voltage

Rating

Breaking

Capacity

Agency Approvals

 

 



RFP0100

100mA

350V

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RFP0125

125mA

350V

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RFP0160

160mA

350V

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RFP0200

200mA

350V

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RFP0250

250mA

350V

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RFP0300

300mA

350V

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RFP0315

315mA

350V

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RFP0350

350mA

350V

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RFP0375

375mA

350V

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RFP0400

400mA

350V

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RFP0500

500mA

350V

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RFP0600

600mA

350V

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RFP0630

630mA

350V

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RFP0700

700mA

350V

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RFP0750

750mA

350V

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RFP0800

800mA

350V

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RFP1100

1A

350V

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RFP1125

1.25A

350V

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RFP1150

1.5A

350V

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RFP1160

1.6A

350V

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RFP1200

2A

350V

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RFP1250

2.5A

350V

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RFP1300

3A

350V

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RFP1315

3.15A

350V

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RFP1350

3.5A

350V

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RFP1400

4A

350V

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RFP1500

5A

350V

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RFP1600

6A

350V

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RFP1630

6.3A

350V

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RFP1700

7A

350V

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RFP1800

8A

350V

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RFP1900

9A

350V

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RFP2100

10A

350V

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RFP2120

12A

350V

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RFP2150

15A

350V

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Why does a fuse blow?


First off we need to understand what a fuse is. A fuse is a safety device, primarily designed to protect something from fire or damage. A normal fuse is simply a small wire running from one electrode to another electrode and encapsulated in some kind of fire proof casing.

 

A fuse should not be confused with a circuit breaker. A circuit breaker has the same purpose as a fuse, but it can be re-set and used again. A fuse has to be replaced when it blows.

Fuses, especially ones found in a television, can be very deceiving and hard to find. They come in many shapes and sizes. Other components like; resistors, or coils, may also do double duty and act like a fuse. This behavior is engineered into the component.


A fuse under normal conditions will allow the free flow of electricity to the circuit it is feeding. Normally, if everything is working correctly, the fuse has absolutely no effect on the circuit. If the circuit that the fuse is feeding draws too much current, the fuse wire will get very hot, very fast, causing the wire to disintegrate or burn open in one spot. Once that wire has been broken, no electricity can pass through to the circuit beyond.

It is extremely rare that a fuse will blow without another problem causing it to blow. After all, that is its purpose. It is designed to blow if something else is wrong, especially in a TV or other appliance. If a fuse is blown in a TV, expect that you will need to fix it.


Most of us are used to dealing with fuses, or breakers, in our house. By replacing the fuse, we usually make it all better again. But when you think about it, the fuse only blew because you had the bathroom heater turned on at the same time you had the blow dryer turned on. So you overloaded the circuit. Again, you had to fix something to keep the fuse from blowing, like turning off the heater while you were blow-drying your hair. Replacing the fuse did not fix the problem. Turning off the heater fixed the problem. The fuse was a symptom of the problem. Inside the television you have no control over how much power is being used. So the reason that fuse blew is inside the TV it’s self.



 Power surges from lightning or power line transmission problems can cause a fuse to blow. The abnormal voltage and current flows in this situation will usually do more damage to the TV, but in some rare cases the fuse is all that has blown. If an internal fuse has blown, it always has to do with a problem in the television.

 

When you replace the fuse, use the same amperage, because increasing the amperage does not help, it just allows the circuit more current, possibly causing a fire. If the circuit keeps blowing a fuse, you have a problem that needs to be addressed and resolved. Don’t mask a problem by trying a higher amperage fuse. This will only make your problem worse.


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