KSD-9700 thermal fuse
Product Description Introduction The thermal fuse has the function of detecting abnormal temperature and cutting off the circuit. It can detect the abnormal temperature rise of household or industrial electrical products and cut off the circuit quickly and timely, which can prevent fires from being unburned. Over-temperature fuse, also known as over-temperature fuse, is a one-time component connected to the circuit to protect the circuit. When the current on the circuit is too large, the metal wire or sheet in the circuit will generate high temperature and fuse, resulting in an open circuit and interruption Electric current to protect the circuit from damage. After the old fuse is blown, a new fuse needs to be replaced manually to restore the circuit to operation.
The over-temperature fuse can detect abnormal temperature and cut off the circuit. It can detect the abnormal temperature rise of household or industrial electrical products, and can cut off the circuit quickly and in time to prevent fire.
Over-temperature fuse, also known as over-temperature fuse, is a disposable element connected to the circuit to protect the circuit. When the current on the circuit is too large, the metal wire or metal sheet will fuse due to high temperature, causing an open circuit and current interruption, thereby protecting the circuit from damage. After the old fuse is blown, you need to manually replace the new fuse to restore the circuit.
An over-temperature fuse is a current protector made by melting the melt with its own heat after the current exceeds the specified value for a period of time. Over-temperature fuses are widely used in high and low voltage power distribution systems, control systems and electrical equipment. As a short-circuit and over-current protector, it is one of the most common protection devices.
The over-temperature fuse is an over-current protector. The over-temperature fuse is mainly composed of melt, melt tube and external filler. When in use, the over-temperature fuse is connected in series in the protection circuit. When the current of the protected circuit exceeds the specified value, after a certain period of time, the heat generated by the melt melts the melt and disconnects the circuit, thereby playing a protective role. When overload or short-circuit current flows through the melt, the melt itself will be heated and melted, thereby protecting the power system, various electrical equipment and household appliances. When the overload current is small, the fusing time is long; when the overload current is large, the fusing time is short. Therefore, within a certain range of overload current, until the current returns to normal, the over-temperature fuse will not blow and can continue to be used. The over-temperature fuse is mainly composed of melt, shell and bracket. Melt is a key factor in controlling melting characteristics.