|Interrupt Rating:||1kA at 32V DC|
|Fuse Speed:||Fast Acting|
|Current Rating:||20 A|
|Overall Length:||3⁄4 in|
|Voltage (filter):||32V DC|
|Functionally Equal To:||Littelfuse ATO; Littelfuse 257; Mersen/Ferraz Shawmut AF; Bussmann ATC|
|Application:||Automotive and Low Voltage Control Circuits|
|Blown Fuse Indicator:||Nonindicating|
|Features:||Standard Color Coding for Quick Identification of Amp Rating; Corrosion Resistance|
|Functionally Equal To Series:||ATC; AF; 257; ATO|
|Fuse Package Type:||Nonrejection|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||100 ° C|
|Minimum Operating Temperature:||-40 ° C|
|Specifications Met:||UL JFHR2; UL E56412|
|Terminal Material:||Tin-Plated Zinc|
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About This Product
About Automotive Fuses
These low-voltage DC fuses protect wiring and electrical parts inside motor vehicles from overcurrents.
The current rating or interrupt rating of your replacement fuse, which is the maximum current a fuse can safely block in case of a power surge or short circuit, should match or exceed that of the existing fuse.
Standard blade fuses are also called regular blade, ATC, or ATO fuses. They are fast acting to stop the current quickly in case of an overage. Indicating fuses feature an LED light that comes on once the fuse has opened.