Fuse Selection

Simple Procedures for Proper Overcurrent Protection of DC-DC Converters

Eaton-Electronics Division

This tutorial introduces fuses in power converter applications, however it could be used for any other applications. It begins with a brief explanation on how fuses work and describes the primary overcurrent threats to your circuit that Eaton fuses can offer protection against.

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PTM Published on: 2011-01-17