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HRC Fuse Link & Base
Control HRC fuse-links have been designed to meet the requirements set for modern industrial installations & electrical power plants. Their breaking capacity is sufficient even for the highest short-circuit levels which are reached in practice.
Breaking capacity of fuse links is 80 kA at 41 5V & 500V.
Current Limiting Effect
Graphs in subsequent pages show the current limiting effect of fuses. At high short-circuit currents, the fuse limits the current to a much lower value than would be reached without fuses. As a result, cables and apparatus will only be subjected to much lower short-circuit stresses.
Salient Features DIN / BS Type
Compliance to performance and dimensional requirement of Indian and International standard IS: 13703 - 1993. BS: 88 - (Part I & II) 1975 lEC-269-(Part I &II) 1986.
Short circuit capacity at380 kA, 41 5/500V AC 50 Hz
Positive indication of the operation with red colour pop. The pop up force can be utilized for operating some auxiliary circuit.
Low power loss not only saves energy but also ensures cool running and longer life of equipment.
Low cut-off current reduces electromagnetic stresses and damage to circuit & equipment.
Low l2t let through energy reduces thermal stresses, fire risks and damage to equipment.
Ideally suitable for back up protection to motor starters against short circuit faults.