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Cooper Bussmann Class H NON Style One 30 Amp Time Fuse
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Cooper Bussmann

Class H NON Style One 30 Amp Time Fuse

$1.07 /each

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The Cooper Bussmann 30 Amp Brass Cartridge Fuses are CSA- and UL listed. The cartridges are intended for use in light-duty, general-purpose circuit applications. The 1-time fuses are non-current limiting, class K5 and rated for a maximum load of 250 volts.

  • For use in light-duty, general-purpose circuit applications
  • Class K5
  • 1-time fuse
  • Non-current limiting

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How can you tell if the fuse is bad

Asked by: Juan
Your question is so old its sad no one helped you, I'll answer and maybe it will help someone else. First and foremost if you don't understand electricity you should probably ask a friend for help, 1 mistake could possibly kill you. If you are confident enough to continue you will need a multimeter (measures multiple characteristics). Turn off power to the circuit, verify power is off (I would recommend a non contact voltage detector for a beginner) you can measure to check for voltage with your multimeter (MAKE SURE IF YOU ARE WORKING WITH AC VOLTAGE THAT YOUR METER IS SET TO MEASURE AC VOLTS! If it is on DC volts it will read near 0 volts even if AC voltage is still on). When you are sure power is removed, set your meter to read resistance (it is measured in ohms). Place a meter lead on each end of the fuse. A good fuse will measure very near 0 ohms(commonly referred to as a "short"), a blown fuse will measure infinity (also called an "OPEN"), usually indicated by the meter displaying OL. Some say OL stands for Open Line or Over Load, I'm not sure which is correct but either way it indicates a blown fuse. Although not recommended, you can also test with power on by measuring the voltage across the fuse,(one meter lead on each end of the fuse) again if working on household power make sure you are on AC volts, a good fuse will measure 0 volts or very near 0 and a blown fuse will measure full circuit voltage across it (near 120 or 240 volts). Again if you need to ask how to check a fuse it is probably not safe for you to do so by yourself, you should ask a knowledgeable friend or neighbor to help and maybe teach you a little. BE SAFE. Chuck
Answered by: Chuck
Date published: 2017-02-04
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