250 V NON/600 V NOS Class K5 and H fuses Description Basic protection 250V NON Class K5 and H general purpose, non-current-limiting, one-time fuses. Catalog symbol NON-(amp) Ratings Volts 250 Vac 125 Vdc (1/8-100 A) Amps 1/8-600 A IR 50 kA Vac RMS Sym. (1/8-60 A) 10 kA Vac RMS Sym. (65-600 A) 50 kA Vdc (1/8-60 A) 35 A UL Class H & K5 Fuses - Grainger Industrial SupplyFast-acting, nonindicating UL Class H and K5 fuses are for general purpose use in existing installations that require a high-sensitivity, fast-blow fuse. These fuses are highly sensitive to changes in current flow and don't tolerate temporary overload currents or power surges, so they open within seconds of being exposed to overloads and short circuits.
Basic dimensions are same as Class H (formerly NEC) One-Time (NON & NOS) and Superlag Renewable RES & REN fuses. NOTE:These fuses can be used to replace existing Class H, RK1 and RK5 fuses relating to dimensional compatibility. Bussmann BP-NON-100 Non-Cartridge Fuse - - One to 60 amp fuses UL Listed Class K5 (IR:50kA). 70 to 600 amp fuses UL Class H (IR:10kA). Cartridge fuses are used to protect motors and branch circuits where higher amps or volt ratings are required. They are available in a wide variety of sizes, amp and volt ratings up to 600Vac and 600 amps. Class H Fuse Blocks McMaster-CarrFuse Blocks for UL Class Fuses. For 1 Fuse with Box-Lug Terminal. For 2 Fuses with Box-Lug Terminals. For 3 Fuses with Box-Lug Terminals. For technical drawings and 3-D models, click on a part number. For Fuse.
Class H fuses are rated at either 250 volts AC or 600 volts. The Mersen type H fuse has ampere ratings range from 1 to 600 amps. The Bussmann and Littelfuse type H fuse has ampere ratings from 65 to 600 amps. Renewable fuse links from 1 to 600 amps are available to match the fuse. The Class H fuse is UL Listed under UL 248-5, Class H and CSA Certified. Class K5 Fuses - LittelfuseLittelfuse battery mini-Breakers provide battery cell protection for high-capacity Lithium Polymer and prismatic cells. Designing and Building Custom-Engineered Modules for Electrical Distribution, Protection and Control. Feature multiple electrical power outputs, acceptance of many fuses, fuse types & relays. Class K5 Fuses and Fuse Holders MersenClass H/K 250V Fuseholders - Class H, K. More details. Class H/K 600V Fuseholders - Class H, K. More details. OT - Class K5 - Fast-Acting. More details. OTS - Class K5 - Fast-Acting. More details.
One to 60 amp fuses UL Listed Class K5 (IR:50kA). 70 to 600 amp fuses UL Class H (IR:10kA). Cartridge fuses are used to protect motors and branch circuits where higher amps or volt ratings are required. They are available in a wide variety of sizes, amp and volt ratings up to 600Vac and 600 amps. UL Branch Circuit Rated Fuses Class H(K) |Bussmann Eaton Bussmann Series NON Fuse, General Purpose Fuse, 1.5 A, 250 Vac, 125 Vdc, 50 kAIC at 250 Vac, 50 kAIC at 125 Vdc interrupt rating, Class H, Ferrule end X ferrule end connection, 10 units, Rejection style. NON-1-1/4. Specifications. Resources. UL Class Electric Fuses - Intermountain Fuse SupplyUL Listed for Branch-Circuit protection; Class H. Rated 600A or less, 10kA I.R. Fast-Acting ("Renewable") Not allowed for new applications; upgrade to RK1 or RK5 . Give our fuse experts a call today @ 1-800-246-8336 or use our easy Fuse Store Quote Request. Can't find the fuse you're looking for? Or, have a discontinued or hard-to-find fuse? Use our our Special Fuse Quote request form.
K5 when equipment has Class H fuse holders. CLASS K STANDARDS:UL Standard 248-9; No CSA Standard VOLTAGE RATINGS:PAGE:250 and 600 volts, AC CURRENT RATING:0-600 amps INTERRUPTING RATINGS:Three permitted:50,000, 100,000, and 200,000 amps rms symmetrical Time delay is optional for Class K fuses. Time Delay fuses are required to hold 500% current rating for a 30 A UL Class H & K5 Fuses - Grainger Industrial SupplyUL Class H and K5 fuses are used as replacement fuses for overcurrent protection in older HVAC installations. These fuses are dimensionally the same, so they can be interchanged to change from a current-limiting system using Class K fuses to a noncurrent-limiting system using Class H fuses.