Owing to the fact that the accumulator market is increasing, battery operated tools are more and more in vogue.
Mains-operated devices are increasingly supplemented or even replaced by battery operated tools. This trend is supported by opening up new ways of application and increased flexibility. Depending on the type of tool, however, operation is carried out at high power levels, and a powerful rechargeable battery implies a high risk of short-circuit currents. Applying ESKA’s adequate solution you ensure that users are reliably protected against such risks. Rely, for example, on strip fuses to UL 248 with a rated voltage of DC 32 V and a rated current of 30 A up to 200 A. Below please find a link to our corresponding series of articles.
- 12 V DC up to 24 V DC
- two to three-digit rated currents
- Breaking capacity:
- 1 kA
- Product requirements:
- solderable or screwable
installation as flat as possible
- Product examples: