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Class T Low Voltage Fuses from EATON Bussmann, Littelfuse, Mersen, Edison

Class T Low Voltage Fuses from EATON Bussmann, Littelfuse, Mersen, Edison

Safety is the Main Concern of Class T Low Voltage fuses mandated by industry in circuit protection. To develop their low voltage power fuse safety test procedures, the U.S, Europe and Asia established safety and performance standards. In the case of power fuses […]

EATON Bussmann Class L Fuses for Protection of Feeders and Service Entrance Equipment

EATON Bussmann Class L Fuses for Protection of Feeders and Service Entrance Equipment

The EATON Bussmann KRP-C fuse type, available in 601 to 6000A, is an all-purpose fuse for short circuit and overload protection of high capacity systems. This Class L series is a current-limiting fuse that will interrupt a minimum of 200,000 amps. The 601-2000A and the 3000A units carry a 300,000 [ … ]

S&C Power Fuses for Transmission Protect Utility & Industrial Substations

S&C Power Fuses for Transmission Protect Utility & Industrial Substations

Keeping Substation Overloads in Check Power fuses for outdoor substations are like overdraft protection from your bank. In this case, outdoor substation transformers and capacitor banks are the bank, and SMD Fuses for Transformer and Capacitor Banks keep the transmission […]

Lean Inventory Management Doesn’t Take a Vacation

Lean Inventory Management Doesn’t Take a Vacation

Electrical industry inventory control best practices for lean production and inventory management have changed. It’s too expensive for Supply Chain asset managers to keep and manage large inventories of MRO electrical replacement parts that aren’t needed on a regular basis. Turn and earn ratios and formulas are now being used […]

Can Beer Give You More Power?

Can Beer Give You More Power?

What do Beer and the Power Factor have in common? Let’s set the stage by briefly describing what a capacitor is and what it does. Want to know more about what this has to do with Beer? A capacitor is a passive two-terminal electrical component that stores electrical energy […]

NY Times Square 2018 Comes Down to the Wire

NY Times Square 2018 Comes Down to the Wire

Could the Times Square ball fail to light this year? Dozens of heavy wires and power fuses energize the ball that’s powered by sources known by only a handful of electricians and engineers. Right now, the workers are testing 32,000 LED lights bolted to enormous crystal triangles […]

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