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|Name:||Littelfuse 297 Blade Fuse||Size:||Mini|
|Voltage Rating:||32 VDC||Break Rating:||1 KA At 32 VDC|
|Type:||Mini Blade Fuse||Factory Pack Qty:||3000|
Stock Available Littelfuse 297 Series 32V Fast-Acting Automotive Mini Auto Blade Fuse 2A 3A 4A 5A 7.5A 10A 15A 20A 25A
The MINI® Fuse is quickly becoming the new standard for vehicle circuit protection throughout the world. Its miniature design, patented by Littelfuse, meets the need for more circuits to be protected while utilizing less space, and its ability to cope with high temperatures in adverse environments makes the MINI® Fuse the recommended choice for protection.
Breakthrough current, labeled on the fuse as IR, is the maximum current that a fuse can safely stop in the event of a short circuit.
Fast-acting fuses open circuits quickly when surges are detected.
Fuses with blown fuse indicator have a light that turns on when the fuse blows.
Example data for Littelfuse Automotive Fuse, 297 Series, 15 A, Fast Acting, PK 5
|Item||Automotive Fuse||Interrupt Rating||1kA at 32V DC|
|Amps||15 A||Color Code||Blue|
|Visual Indication||Nonindicating||Fuse Size||41/64 inLx 7/16 in WX 5/32 inD|
|Series||297||L ength||41/64 in|
|AC Voltage Rating||32V AC||Width||7/16 in|
|DC Voltage Rating||32V DC||Depth||5/32 in|
|Speed||Fast Acting||Equivalent Brand and Series||Bussmann ATM, itelfuse 297,|
|Body Material||Plastic||Equivalent Series||297, AF2, ATM|
|Fits Fuse BIock Style||Nonrejection||Element||Single|
|Body Style||Blade||Standards||SAE J2077. UL Listed|
Nonindicating automotive blade fuses open within seconds of being exposed to overloads and short circuits. They have no indicator for identifying a blown fuse, so they're sometimes used with an indicating fuse block or cover.
Automotive blade fuses are the most commonly used type of automotive fuse for protecting electrical systems and components against overcurrent. These 32VDC plug-in style fuses have a plastic housing with two blade-style contacts that fit into compatible fuse block or holder. Their housing is usually color-coded by amperage rating to help prevent installation of a mismatched fuse. The housing is also transparent for checking whether the fuse element is intact or has melted.
|Catalog #||Amps (A)|
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