Fuseholders may seem an odd man out in our assortment, but they certainly aren’t – in every workplace where a lot of work is being done using cables, fuseholders are a valuable accessory. But for what application(s) are fuseholders used? And how do you use them? Read it in this blog!
What is a fuseholder? And for what purpose / what applications are they used?
A fuseholder is a holder for electrical fuses. By using a fuseholder, a fuse can safely be attached to an electrical circuit. The fuseholder protects the electrical installation from being damaged due to high voltage. Our fuseholder can resist electrical voltage up to 600V.
How do you use a fuseholder?
Place the end of a cable in each of the openings on the side of the fuseholder. The cable does not have to be stripped before being placed in the fuseholder. Next, close the fuseholder. Make sure that the closures are properly locked. Then, place the fuse in the opening intended for this purpose. The contacts of the fuse connect to the brass connector in the fuseholder. Your fuse and fuseholder are ready for use!
Two cables have been inserted into the fuseholder
One of the locks on the fuseholder has been closed, while the other lock is still open
A fuse has been inserted into the fuseholder
Specifications of our fuseholder
The fuseholder that we carry in our assortment is resistant to a maximum electrical voltage of 600V. In addition, the fuseholder can resist temperatures of up to 75 °C. The fuseholder is made of polypropylene, in the colour blue. The connectors are made of brass. Our fuseholder can be used with cables with a mm² ranging from 1,5 up to 2,5.