20A PCB Vertical Mount Car Fuse Holder Block Spring Brass Fuse Clip
For 19mm Automotive Standard ATC ATO Auto Blade Fuse
|Insertion & Extraction Force||1Kg.Min.|
|Dielectric Strength For 60 Seconds||AC 2000V Min.|
|Suitable Rated Current||20A Max.|
|Insulation Resistance At 500V DC||100M Min.|
|Temperature Rise||50 Max.|
|Voltage Drop||20 mV Max|
|Finish||Tin-plated or Nickel-plated|
|Body Material||Flamde Retarding UL94V0 Thermoplastic.|
|Applicable Fuse||AB19(ATC,ATO) Auto Blade Fuse|
Vertical mount PCB fuseholders for standard blade fuses. Available
in single or double.
Designed to withstand vibration and shock
Orientation of legs ensures proper PCB installation
Through hole PCB mountable
Suitable for wave soldering
Holds fuse securely even after multiple insertions
Space saving low profile design
Double version has Max. Operating Temperature of 145°C
Rated from 6.3 A to 30 A
Available with or without stops
Maintains position during the soldering process
Along with fuse holders and fuse covers, fuse clips are designed to
provide a tight enclosure between the clip and the actual fuse.
Browse fuse clips here or contact us if you can’t find what you
Auto fuse clips are designed to directly mount fuses to PCBs in the
most economical method, enabling easy installation and replacement
of fuses without tools. For automotive, electronic, and industrial
applications these fuse clips offer fuse placement on PCBs using
through-hole pins and save space versus fuse holders and blocks.
Blade fuse holders can be designed to fit into any type of
electrical circuit, ensuring that adequate circuit protection is
always provided in a design. MPD's blade fuse clips are made with
dependability as the ultimate goal. Blade fuse clips are designed
to securely mount blade fuses in a highly customizable way with
configurations for vertical and horizontal fuse entry enabling them
to be used in practically any design. Blade fuse clips are utilized
to save space over blade fuse holders or blocks.
Follow the steps to choose fuse amperage and a fuse holder or fuse
Choosing the Fuse Amperage
In this step, find appropriate fuse amperage within a range of
minimum and maximum
A Find the MAXIMUM FUSE AMPERAGE by following your AWG wire size
(from Part 1 of this series) across the chart. Maximum fuse
amperage reduces nuisance blows but offers less protection for the
Single Wire or Bundled Wire column, and
Outside Engine Room or Inside Engine Room grey bar
Example: For a 4 AWG single wire outside an engine room, maximum
fuse amperage is 150A.
B Calculate MINIMUM FUSE AMPERAGE by multiplying product amperage
rating by 125%. Minimum fuse amperage provides more protection for
the wire but may result in nuisance blows.
Example: 80A x 125% = 100A.
C Choose FUSE AMPERAGE near the middle of this range. Mid-range
values are usually acceptable. Consider the requirements for each
Example: 125A is between 100A minimum and 150A maximum.
D Find AVAILABLE FUSES by using the chart.
Choose a Fuse Holder or Block
With fuse amperage and available types in mind, find the right fuse
holder or block
A Using the same colored headings as in the steps abovefollow the
columns down to find fuse holders or blocks that meet your specific
B Consider environmental factors
Insulating covers protect fuses from accidental shorting
Ignition protection is required where flammable vapors may
Ingress protection protects fuses from spray, washdown, or humidity
C Decide between an in-line fuse holder or block
Fuse holders are compact and hold a single low-amperage fuse
Fuse blocks mount to a solid surface and may hold a single fuse or