|Product Name:||Y30 Thermal Fuse||Rated Current:||2A To 15A|
|Rated Voltage:||250V AC||Rated Temperature:||80C To 175C|
Y30 Thermal Cutoff Fuses,
15A Thermal Cutoff Fuses,
175C High Temperature Fuse
Y30 Electric Frying Pans Cups 2A 3A 5A 15A 250V Thermal Cutoff Links High Temperature Fuse
The thermal fuse is also called a temperature fuse, which is a temperature sensing circuit cut-off device.
The thermal fuse can sense the overheat generated in the abnormal operation of electrical and electronic products, thereby cutting off the circuit to avoid fire. Commonly used in: electric hair dryer, electric iron, rice cooker, electric stove, transformer, electric motor, water dispenser, coffee maker, etc. The thermal fuse cannot be used again after it is operated, and it only works once at the melting temperature.
|Model||Rated Action Temperature TFc||TH'c||TM°c||Rated Current||Rated Voltage||Approval|
suitable for overheating protection of electricians, electronic equipment, household appliances and their components. Such as use in hair dryers, electric cups, hot air guns, electric heaters, electric kettles, heaters, electric frying pans, rice cookers, induction cookers, disinfection cabinets, air conditioners, refrigerator defrosters, hand dryers, popcorn machines, smart toilets , High-end car heat sinks and other electrical appliances. When the thermostat fails and other overheating, the thermal fuse cuts off the circuit to protect the circuit from harmful overheating.
Each thermal fuse has its rated electrical and temperature parameters, so it should work within the specified range of rated parameters in application. These parameters include Tf (rated operating temperature), Th or Tc (holding temperature), Tm (limiting temperature) and rated current and voltage. For details, see the parameters in the Rating table. When installing and designing, it should be noted that the long-term continuous working environment temperature of the thermal fuse should not exceed its holding temperature (Th). In addition, the temperature of the thermal fuse body will cause self-heating due to energization, which is higher than the ambient temperature. Depending on the installation method and installation location, the rising temperature may be higher.