GENERAL ELECTRIC FUSE UNITS FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR APPLICATIONS

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GE FUSES

 

Current Ratings

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Load Currents

The continuous rating of the fuse must be equal, or higher than the maximum continuous load current, which will pass through it. Fuses of higher continuous ratings may be required for other reasons, such as to obtain co-ordination with other protective devices or to carry higher currents for shorter periods of time. Overloads of duration approaching fuse, melting time may damage the fuse element and change its melting characteristics. Therefore, when selecting fuse units for a particular installation, proper allowance must be made for expected overloads on the circuit. Examples of such temporary overloads include transformer magnetizing inrush currents of motor-starting currents.

 

Short-time Currents

Rigid rules cannot be given to cover all cases, which involve the selection of fuse units to avoid damage to the current-responsive element due to varying short-time over-currents. However, the fuse characteristics will not be altered if the over-current does not flow for more than 75 percent of the time shown on the fuse minimum-melting time curve for the value of current involved. The margin described establishes a “short time” characteristic that is useful when a fuse is the “protected” device in a co-ordination study.

 

Transformers

For this class of service, the power fuse selected should be capable of carrying at least twelve times the full-load rated primary current of the power transformer for one-tenth of a second in order to pass safely the inrush currents, which occur during switching operations. Other operating factors, such as co-ordination of fuses and circuit breakers, also should be given careful consideration.

 

Potential Transformers

The inrush current is the governing factor in the selection of fuse current ratings for potential transformers because the load currents are negligible.

 

Capacitor Banks

Power fuses for the protection of capacitor banks are normally selected with a rated current not less than 135 percent of the capacitor bank current. In addition, the fuses should be selected to pass inrush charging or discharging currents.

 

Motors

The Type EJ-2 fuse is intended to provide short-circuit protection of individual motors; power fuse units, (Type EJ-1 and IFO-1);   in the higher current ratings, are also suitable for some motor-starting applications. Co-ordination of the motor-starter components and the fuses, so the fuses will be protected against unnecessary operation, is done by the motor-control manufacturer.  In the selection of power fuses for a particular application, it is important to consider all of the factors affecting the installation.  It is also necessary to know the motor full-load current, the motor locked-rotor current, and the overload relay characteristics to assure a properly coordinated installation.

 

Voltage Ratings

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Circuit maximum operating line-to-line voltage should be in the range of 70 to 100 percent of fuse rated voltage.  The lower limit of application is recommended because the unique current-limiting action of the fuse results in a relatively high fuse recovery voltage upon melting at rated interrupting amperes.  By observing the 70 percent limitation, conservative margins are maintained between fuse maximum recovery voltages and the over-voltage limitations of various other system elements.  (Exception:  600 volt-rated fuse units may be applied on circuits rated 220 to 600 volts.)  Where over-insulation is required for (current-limiting power fuse units).

 

The fuse must be selected strictly on the basis of actual service voltage, although the mounting for the fuse can be provided with insulators of a higher voltage rating to provide additional insulation to ground.

 

Frequency Rating

Current-limiting fuse units. Types EJO and EJO-1, of ampere ratings 10E or 200E have 25/60 –cycle frequency ratings, and be can be applied on systems of 25- to 60-cycle frequency.  Fuses having current ratings higher than 10E amperes have different interrupting ratings for 25 and 60 cycles.  The 60-cycle ratings apply down to 50 cycles.  For any system frequency below 50 cycles, the 25-cycle rating must be used.

 

Interrupting Ratings

The interrupting rating of (power fuses) should be equal or exceed the maximum available short-circuit duty at the point in the system where the fuses are to be installed.  A comparison can be made only if the system duty is expressed in similar terms that recognize the basis or meaning of the fuse interrupting rating. 

Along with the tabulated values of asymmetrical-current interrupting ratings are corresponding three-phase mva interrupting ratings.  These latter values are sometimes more convenient to use in particular applications.

If a system has little or no short-circuit contribution from motors, then a single calculation will establish a three-phase symmetrical value for the first cycle or any later time.  This value forms the basis for expressing the interrupting duty for fuses as well as the momentary and interrupting duty for power circuit-breaker application.  For systems of this description, a selected three-phase mva base may be divided by the source sub-transient reactance in per-unit on the same base, and the result may be directly compared with the maximum three-phase mva ratings.  The fuse mva values should be multiplied by the ratio of operating kv to fuse rated dv if the ratio is other than 1.0.

 

Location

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Indoor
For indoor installation of power fuses, the essential requirements are (a) quiet and safe operation, and (b) the non-expulsion of gas vapor, liquid, flam, or metal parts.  Such a fuse is suitable for operation in an enclosure.  General Electric Type EJ (current-limiting power fuses) meet these requirements.


Outdoor
For outdoor use, Type EJO current-limiting units are available.  Because of the non-expulsion action of the current-limiting fuse, the installation phase spacing required is less than for other types of fuses.


Special Locations
Altitudes exceeding 3000 feet, surrounding temperatures exceeding 40 C,  excessively low temperatures, exposure to damaging fumes and vapors, excessive or abrasive dust, explosive mixtures of dust or gas, steam, salt spray, excessive moisture, or dripping water, exposure to abnormal vibration or shock, unusual transportation or storage conditions and unusual space limitations.

 

 


Description

The General Electric current-limiting fuse is a precision-engineered, fully tested product which limits the initial potentially destructive short-circuit current reaching the equipment it protects to a value far below the damaging peak fault current that would otherwise flow through the system.

 

This current-limiting effect is accomplished by a rapid increase in resistance during melting of the fuse element. The entire interrupting operation is achieved at high speed—in approximately one-half cycle at the higher currents.

Basically, General Electric current-limiting fuses consist of one or more silver elements, surrounded by quartz sand, and enclosed in a glass or filament-wound epoxy cylinder. The quartz sand acts as an arc quenching medium. Electrical contact is provided by ferrules at each end of the fuse.

 

Because of the totally enclosed construction, there is no discharge of any kind during interruption, and no noise, no vents, mufflers, or specially reinforced compartments are made necessary by the fuse. Current-limiting fuses can be completely enclosed and mounted with the same electrical clearances used for non-interrupting devices of the same voltage rating, such as disconnecting switches.

 

 


Application

Type EJ-2 for Motor Protection

Type EJ-2 for Motor Protection
(Type EJ-2 fuse units) are intended for short-circuit protection of individual motors.

 

Protection of the motor against over-currents due to starting, plugging, stalling, and similar conditions must be provided by a separate contactor, or other switching means, and associated. Use of the fuse is thus confined economically to the high short-circuit currents where its speed and high-interrupting capacity are required for any given application, the voltage rating of the fuse units should be that for which the line-to-line circuit voltage will be less than the maximum design voltage rating of the fuse unit but greater than the maximum design voltage rating of the next lower voltage fuse unit.

 

Fuse units rated “60 cycles” may be used on frequencies of either 50 or 60 cycles.  Units rated 25 cycles are available on application. 

 

Ratings

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“Current designations” are used to distinguish one size of fuse unit from another in the same voltage rating

Available sizes are:

 

Single Tube Double Tube
2R 6R 18R 36R
3R 9R 24R
4R 12R 30R      

 

Interchangeability

Type EJ-2 for Motor Protection
(Type EJ-2 fuse units) are intended for short-circuit protection of individual motors.

 

Protection of the motor against over-currents due to starting, plugging, stalling, and similar conditions must be provided by a separate contactor, or other switching means, and associated relays.  The use of the fuse is thus confined economically to the high short-circuit currents where its speed and high-interrupting capacity are required for any given application, the voltage rating of the fuse units should be that for which the line-to-line circuit voltage will be less than the maximum design voltage rating of the fuse unit but greater than the maximum design voltage rating of the next lower voltage fuse unit.

 

Fuse units rated “60 cycles” may be used on frequencies of either 50 or 60 cycles.  Units rated 25 cycles are available on application. 

 

Type EJ-5 and EJ0-5 Current-limiting Fuses for Capacitor Protection

Introduction

 

The General Electric Fuses Type EJ-5B and EJ0-5C are special-purpose fuses designed for individual capacitor protection. The EJ5-B is designed for use indoors or inside and enclosure only. The EJ0-5C can be used in any location. The major purposes of such fuses are:

 

  1. The isolation of failed units to maintain continuity of service.
  2. To prevent damage to adjacent capacitors and associated equipment or injury to personnel
  3. To provide visual indication of failed capacitors.

 

Application in A-C Circuits

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It is necessary, however, that the EJ0-5C fuse should always have a minimum of two capacitors of the same rating as the faulted capacitor in parallel with the operation fuse.

 

In applying these fuses additional reference should be made to the proposed standard case rupture curves, to determine the probability of case rupture for the particular application.

 

The probability of case rupture may be defined as the probability of any opening of the case as a result of failure, from a minor cracked seam or bushing seal to a violent bursting of the case. Within the safe zone usually no greater damage than slight swelling of the case will occur.

 

Application In Stored Energy Banks

Past experience has shown that fuse application problems in stored energy banks are peculiar to each bank.  A simple table to handle such a diversity of applications would be impractical. 

 

POWER TRANSFORMER PROTECTION

A transformer primary-side fuse is chosen to protect the distribution system on which it is installed against outages resulting from faults within the transformer, an, under certain conditions, to protect the system and transformer from faults occurring on the load side of the transformer that the secondary protective devices do not clear. There are several factors that must be considered when selecting a fuse for such applications. These include:


  • The fuse must not operate or be damaged by the transformer’s inrush current.
  • Under no circumstances must a fuse be selected that has a current rating less than the transformer’s anticipated maximum load current. Therefore, for forced-cooled transformers, fuse selection must be based on the higher continuous-current rating.
  • Since auxiliary devices must be used to provide overload protection below 1.4 to 2 times the continuous rated current of the fuse, the fuse must coordinate with these devices in order to avoid unnecessary fuse operation.

 

 

Inrush Selection

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To prevent the fuse from becoming damaged or blown on inrush a general rule is that the power fuse selected should have a minimum melt time current characteristic falling to the right of points corresponding to 12 times the transformer rated primary current and 0.10 seconds and 25 times the rated current and 0.01 seconds.

Tests and considerable field experience with General Electric medium power transformers, however, have shown that, in sizes from 301-2000 kva, the use of a point corresponding to eight times the rated primary current and 0.10 seconds should give satisfactory service. Note that due to the improved inrush withstand capability of the 9F62 fuses, care must be taken that a fuse with a sufficiently large continuous-current rating is chosen for a given transformer.

 

Continuous-current Rating Selection

Under no circumstances must a fuse be selected with a current rating less that the transformer continuous load current. Because fuses are of a much smaller mass, and hence thermal time constant, than the transformers they protect, they cannot be subjected to short duration overloads as the transformers can. Therefore, a transformer overload which persists for more than a few minutes, must be considered to be a normal fuse load current and the fuse rating must be selected to be equal to or greater than this current.

Forced-cooled transformers must be coordinated with fuses based on the higher forced-cooled continuous current rating. Consequently, fuses are capable of continuously carrying 133 percent of the transformer full-load current rating. Incidentally, all such fuses exceed the 12-times inrush criteria.

 

As outlined earlier, many interrupting tests have demonstrated the ability of 9F62 fuses to clear currents below those causing melting in one hour; it is recommended, however, that auxiliary devices be used to provide protection in the region between rated current and the one-hour current (between 1.4 and 2 times rated current, depending on the fuse ratings. It should also be noted that pre-loading the fuse carrying current before a fault) can sometimes reduce fuse melting times between 30 percent and 50 percent. This should be included when considering coordination with secondary devices, at times longer than about 0.5 seconds.

 

The upper limit to the size of fuse selected is a function of the desired degree of protection for the transformer from through (secondary) faults. The basic criterion, long used, has been the transformer thermal curve published in ANSI Loading Guide C57.92-1962, entitled “Short-time Loads (following full load) Oil Immersed Transformers”. The permitted duration of a fault, limited only by the transformer impedance, specified in C57.12-1973, is similar to values from this curve, so that for a four-percent impedance transformer it is two seconds (25 times the rated current), while for six-percent impedance transformer it is four seconds (16.6 times the rated current).

 

With the publishing of ANSI/IEEEC57.12.00-1980 and C57.12.01-1979 (standard general requirements for liquid-immersed and dry-type transformers, respectively_, the situation has changed somewhat. Transformers are now divided in four categories.

 

For liquid-immersed transformers in categories II, III, and IV, and dry-type transformers in categories I, II, and III, a short-circuit point at two seconds (the “two-second ANSI point”) is now often used, the current being determined by the transformer impedance. Whichever ANSI point, is used, adequate protection from through, faults is considered to be obtained if the fuse’s maximum total clearing time current curve lies to the left of this point. When a three-phase fault, occurs on a transformer, the per-unit primary current corresponds to per-unit winding current, and the “ANSI point”, or loading curve previously described, applies.

If line-to-line or line-to-neutral faults occur in a delta-delta or delta-wye transformer, then for one per-unit winding current, less than on per-unit primary line current results. This means that for a protective device located on the primary lines, the “ANSI point” or loading curve must be shifted to the left. The worst case is a delta-wye transformer with line-to-neutral fault which gives only 57 percent of the three-phase line current but with one phase of the secondary winding carrying 100 percent of the three-phase fault current.

 

Recent work which led to the development of a transformer through-fault current duration guide, ANSI-C57.109, suggests that the thermal curves at ready discussed are inadequate for situations where the transformer will be subjected to repeated through faults (for example, on an overhead distribution system with re-closers). Under these conditions, a mechanical withstand curve is produced by shifting the bottom part of thermal curve (for categories II, III, and IV) to start at a point given by the maximum current, limited only by transformer impedance and two seconds. The curve is then extended upward at a constant I2t. At a suitable time (category II = four seconds; categories III and IV = eight seconds each), the curve reverts to the thermal one.

 

The curve for “infrequent” faults (category II, less than or equal to 10 times to transformer life, category III, less than or equal to five times in transformer life) has the same form as the old loading guide curve. It is anticipated that the majority of situations where current-limiting power fuses are used will fall into the category of “infrequent”, since this is also the curve to be used when the fuse is providing backup protection to a secondary protective scheme designed to handle normal secondary faults. Note that coordination between the fuse total clearing current curve and the loading curve includes a safety factor, since preloading will shift the fuse curve to the left. (The loading curve applies to overloads following full-load current.)

 

For a discussion on the selection and coordination of circuit breaker trip settings, see General Electric publication GER-2766.

 

SELECTION OF 9F62 FUSE TO REPLACE 9F60 FUSE

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Although it is anticipated that the 9F60 fuse models superseded by 9F62 fuses will be available for the foreseeable future, users may find it desirable to obtain, the advantages of the smaller size, improved performance, and lower losses associated with the new fuses. Selecting a 9F62 fuse to replace a 9F60 fuse requires that coordination with transformer and secondary protections be considered as outlined previously. However, in the absence of information necessary to perform such an analysis, the recommended approach is to replace the fuse with one of an equal current and voltage rating.

 


Part Number

Description

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178L0611G14 5.5KV 300A FUSE
218A4298P180 7.2KV 180 AMP BOLT IN FUSE
6193403G05 2.5KV 5E FUSE
6193403G19 200E/2.75KV/12" CENTERS FUSE
6193404G5 9F60CED005 FUSE
6193418G16 2.5KV 3R FUSE
6193418G23 2.4KV 12R FUSE
6193425G25 2.5KV 18R 12" CENTERS FUSE
6328058G12 EG-1 EXPULSION FUSE
9F51BAT100 FUSE LINK
9F57CAA040 OILFUSE CUT OUT LINK
9F60AAB001 2.75KV/1E AMPS FUSE
9F60AAB002 2.75KV/2E AMPS FUSE
9F60BBB001 2.75KV;GE Size B;6 Clip;1E FUSE
9F60BBB002 2.75KV;GE Size B;6 Clip;2E FUSE
9F60BBB003 2.75KV;GE Size B;6 Clip;3E FUSE
9F60BBD001 5.5KV;GE Size B;6 Clip;1E FUSE
9F60BBD002 5.5KV;GE Size B;6 Clip;2E FUSE
9F60BBD003 5.5KV;GE Size B;6 Clip;3E FUSE
9F60BBD905 5.5KV;GE Size B;6 Clip;0.5E FUSE
9F60BDB001 2.75KV;GE Size B;8.12 Clip;1 FUSE
9F60BDB002 2.75KV;GE Size B;8" Clip Cen FUSE
9F60BDB003 2.75KV;GE Size B;8.12 Clip;3 FUSE
9F60BDD001 5KV/8 CENTERS/POT FUSE
9F60BDD002 5.5KV;GE Size B;8.12 Clip;2E FUSE
9F60BDD003 5KV/8"Centers/Size B FUSE
9F60BDD905 5.5KV/8CENTERS 1/2E FUSE
9F60BDE001 8.25KV;GE Size B;8.12 Clip;1 FUSE
9F60BDE002 8.25KV;GE Size B;8.12 Clip;2 FUSE
9F60BDE003 8.25KV;GE Size B;8.12 Clip;3 FUSE
9F60BDE905 8.25KV;GE Size B;8.12 Clip;.FUSE
9F60BHH001 15KV/POT FUSE
9F60BHH002 15.5KV; Size B;11.5 Clip;2 FUSE
9F60BHH003 15.5KV; Size B;11.5 Clip;3 FUSE
9F60BHH905 15KV / 1/2 E FUSE
9F60CCB003 2.75KV;Size C, 3E FUSE
9F60CCB005 2.75KV;Size C, 5E FUSE
9F60CCB007 2.75KV;Size C;7E FUSE
9F60CCB010 2.75KV;Size C;10E FUSE
9F60CCB015 2.75KV;Size C;15E FUSE
9F60CCB020 2.75KV;Size C;20E FUSE
9F60CCB025 2.75KV;Size C;25E FUSE
9F60CED001 5.5KV;Size C;1E FUSE
9F60CED002 5.5KV;Size C;2E FUSE
9F60CED003 5.5KV;Size C;3E FUSE
9F60CED005 5.5KV;Size C;5E FUSE
9F60CED007 5.5KV;Size C;7E FUSE
9F60CED010 5.5KV;Size C;10E FUSE
9F60CED015 5.5KV;Size C;15E FUSE
9F60CED020 5.5KV;Size C;20E FUSE
9F60CED025 5.5KV;Size C;25E FUSE
9F60CED905 5.5KV/SIZE C / 1/2E FUSE
9F60CJH002 15KV, 12 CENTERS FUSE
9F60CJH003 15KV, 12 CENTERS FUSE
9F60CJH005 15KV, 12 CENTERS FUSE
9F60CJH007 15KV, 12 CENTERS FUSE
9F60CJH010 15KV, 12 CENTERS FUSE
9F60CMJ001 25KV 15"Centers Size C FUSE
9F60CMJ002 25KV/SIZE C/15" CENTERS FUSE
9F60CMJ905 25KV/SIZE C/15.0 CENTERS FUSE
9F60DJB003 2.75KV 12" CENTERS SIZE C FUSE
9F60DJD001 5KV/12CENTER SIZE C FUSE
9F60DJD002 5KV/2E/12 CENTERS FUSE
9F60DJD003 5KV/3E/12 CENTERS FUSE
9F60DJD005 5KV/12CENTER SIZE C FUSE
9F60DJD007 5KV SIZE C 12" CC FUSE
9F60DJD010 5KV/12CENTER SIZE C FUSE
9F60DJD025 5KV/25E/12 CENTERS FUSE
9F60DJD905 5KV/12CENTER SIZE C FUSE
9F60DJE003 8.25KV/3E/2 DIA FUSE
9F60DJE005 8.25KV/SIZE C/12 CENTERS FUSE
9F60DJE007 8.25KV/7E/2 DIA FUSE
9F60DJE015 8.25KV/SIZE C/12 CENTERS FUSE
9F60DJE905 8.25KV/ 1/2E /2 DIA FUSE
9F60DMH001 15KV/SIZE C/15 CENTERS FUSE
9F60DMH002 15KV/2E/SIZE C FUSE
9F60DMH003 15KV/3E/SIZE C FUSE
9F60DMH005 15KV 5E 15 CC 5E FUSE
9F60DMH007 15KV/SIZE C/15 CENTERS FUSE
9F60DMH010 15KV/10E/SIZE C 15CENTERS FUSE
9F60DMH905 15KV/SIZE C/15 CENTERS FUSE
9F60DNJ001 25KV;Size C;21 Center;GE Fuse
9F60DNJ002 25KV;Size C;21 Center;GE Fuse
9F60DNJ003 25KV;Size C;21 Center;GE Fuse
9F60DNJ005 25KV;Size C;21 Center;GE Fuse
9F60DNJ007 25KV/7E/21 CENTERS FUSE
9F60DNJ010 25KV/10E/21 CENTERS FUSE
9F60DNJ905 25KV;Size C;21 Center;GE Fuse
9F60ECB040 SIZE D 7" CLIP CENTER FUSE
9F60ECB080 2.75KV/80E/7CENTERS FUSE
9F60ECB100 2.75KV/100E/7CENTERS FUSE
9F60ECBO65 2.4KV/SIZE D/7" CENTERS FUSE
9F60FJB040 2.75KV/12"CENTERS/SIZE D FUSE
9F60FJB100 2.75KV 100E 12"CC FUSE
9F60FJD030 5KV/12CENTERS/SIZE D FUSE
9F60FJD040 5.5KV/SIZE D/12CENTERS FUSE
9F60FJD050 5KV 50E SIZE D 12"CC FUSE
9F60FJD065 5KV/12 CENTERS/SIZE D FUSE
9F60FJD080 5KV;80E/12 CENTERS FUSE
9F60FJD100 5KV/100E/12Ctrs/D FUSE
9F60FJE020 8.25KV/SIZE D/12CENTERS FUSE
9F60FJE030 8.25KV 30E AMPS SIZE D FUSE
9F60FJE050 8.25KV SIZE D FUSE
9F60FMH015 15KV/15E/15 Ctrs/SIZE D FUSE
9F60FMH020 15KV SIZE D 15" Centers FUSE
9F60FMH025 15KV/15"Centers/Size D FUSE
9F60FMH030 15KV/30E/15 Ctrs/SIZE D FUSE
9F60FMH040 15KV/40E/15"Ctrs./Size D FUSE
9F60FMH050 15KV/50E/15Ctrs/SIZE D FUSE
9F60FNJ015 25KV/15E/SIZE D FUSE
9F60FNJ020 25KV/20E SIZE D FUSE
9F60FNJ025 25.8KV 25E SIZE D FUSE
9F60FNJ030 25KV/30E SIZE D FUSE
9F60FNJ040 25KV SIZE D FUSE
9F60FNJ050 25KV/50E SIZE D FUSE
9F60FPK001 38KV;GE;1Amp FUSE
9F60FPK002 38KV;GE;2 Amp FUSE
9F60FPK003 38KV/SIZE D FUSE
9F60FPK005 38KV/27Centers/Size D FUSE
9F60FPK007 38KV/7E/SIZE D FUSE
9F60FPK030 38KV/30E 27" Centers 3"Dia FUSE
9F60FPK040 38KV 27" SIZE D FUSE
9F60GCB125 2.75KV/SIZE DD/7CENTERS FUSE
9F60GCB150 2.75KV/SIZE DD/7CENTERS FUSE
9F60GCB200 2.75KV/SIZE DD/7 CENTERS FUSE
9F60HJB150 2.75KV/150E/12 Ctrs/DD FUSE
9F60HJB200 2.5KV 200E 12"CENTERS FUSE
9F60HJD125 5KV/SIZE DD/12CENTERS FUSE
9F60HJD150 5KV/SIZE DD/12CENTERS FUSE
9F60HJD200 5KV/SIZE DD/12CENTERS FUSE
9F60HJE125 8.25KV/125E/12 Ctrs/DD FUSE
9F60HJE150 8.25KV SIZEDD 12" CENTERS FUSE
9F60HMH065 15KV/65E/15 Ctrs/Size DD FUSE
9F60HMH080 15KV/80E/15 Ctrs/Size DD FUSE
9F60HMH100 15KV/SIZE DD/15 CENTERS FUSE
9F60HNJ065 25KV/65E/SIZE DD FUSE
9F60HNJ080 25KV 80 SIZE DD FUSE
9F60HNJ100 25.8KV;Size DD;100E FUSE
9F60HPK050 38.0KV/SIZE DD/27CENTERS FUSE
9F60HPK065 38.0KV/SIZE DD/27CENTERS FUSE
9F60HPK080 38.0KV/SIZE DD/27CENTERS FUSE
9F60KLH125 15KV;Size EE;125E;GE Fuse
9F60KLH150 15KV;Size EE;150E;GE Fuse
9F60KLH175 15KV/175 SIZE EE FUSE
9F60LCB502 2.75KV 2R FUSE
9F60LCB503 2.5KV 3R FUSE
9F60LCB504 2.54KV/7 CENTERS/4R FUSE
9F60LCB509 2.5KV/9R FUSE
9F60LCB512 2.75KV/12R FUSE
9F60LCL302 2.75KV/2R/SEALED FUSE
9F60LCL303 2.75KV/3R/SEALED FUSE
9F60LCL304 2.75KV/4R/SEALED FUSE
9F60LCL306 2.75KV/6R/SEALED FUSE
9F60LCL309 2.75KV/9R/SEALED FUSE
9F60LCL312 2.75KV/12R/SEALED FUSE
9F60LJD502 5.5KV 2R SIZE D FUSE
9F60LJD503 5.08KV/SIZE D/12CENTERS FUSE
9F60LJD504 5.08KV/SIZE D/4R FUSE
9F60LJD506 5.08KV/SIZE D/6R FUSE
9F60LJD509 5.08KV/SIZE D/12CENTERS FUSE
9F60LJD512 5.08KV/SIZE D/12 R FUSE
9F60LJN302 5.5KV/2R/SEALED FUSE
9F60LJN303 5.5KV/3R/SEALED FUSE
9F60LJN304 5.5KV/4R/SEALED FUSE
9F60LJN306 5.5KV/6R/SEALED FUSE
9F60LJN309 5.5KV/9R/SEALED FUSE
9F60LJN312 5.5KV/12R/SEALED FUSE
9F60MCB518 2.4KV/18R FUSE
9F60MJD518 5KV/18R/12CENTERS SIZE DD FUSE
9F60MJN318 5KV 18R SEALED FUSE
9F60NLD830 EJ2 5.5KV 32R SIZE EE FUSE
9F60NLD836 EJ2-36R-SIZE EE FUSE
9F60PJD195 SEE 9F60HJD200 FUSE
9F60PJD225 SEE 9F62FCB250 FUSE
9F60PJE150 SEE 9F60HJD150 FUSE
9F60PMH100 SEE 9F60HMH100 FUSE
9F60PMH125 SEE 9F62FDD125 FUSE
9F60QFD020 5.5KV CAP FUSE FUSE
9F60RJD040 5.5KV EJO-5 FUSE
9F60RJD080 5.5KV;12 Centers;EJ0-5 FUSE
9F60RJF015 GE CAP FUSE
9F60RJF025 GE CAP FUSE
9F60RJF040 GE CAP FUSE
9F60TQB600 2.5 KV / 42R / BOLT IN FUSE
9F61AAB305 DISCONNECT FUSE SUPPORT-
9F61ADJ101 FUSE MOUNTING 110KV BIL
9F61AEB301 Indoor Fuse Support Size D
9F61AHM201 24KV FUSE SUPPORT
9F61BNW402 SIZE D TO DD CONV FUSE KIT
9F61BNW461 DISCONNECT SIZE DD FUSE CLIPS
9F61BNW732 Disconnect Live Parts/Size D FUSE CLIPS
9F61BNW743 GE LIVE PARTS-FUSE CLIPS
9F61BNW744 Size D NonDisconnect FUSE CLIPS
9F61BNW746 Disconnect Live Parts/Size C FUSE CLIPS
9F61BNW747 SIZE D DISCONNECT LIVE PARTS FUSE
9F61BNW750 SIZE D CLIP FUSE CLIPS
9F61BNW751 SIZE DD CLIPS/2 BOLT CI FUSE CLIP
9F61BWW459 SIZE D FUSE CLIP
9F61BWW460 PT FUSE CLIP
9F62DCB080 80E/5KV/12 Centers FUSE
9F62DCB100 5.08KV/SIZE D/12 CENTERS FUSE
9F62DCB125 5.08KV/SIZE D/12 CENTERS FUSE
9F62DCB150 5.08KV/SIZE D/12 CENTERS FUSE
9F62DCB175 5.08KV/SIZE D/12 CENTERS FUSE
9F62DCB200 5.5KV/200E 12" CENTERS FUSE
9F62DCC150 8.25KV/150E/SIZE D FUSE
9F62DDD050 15KV/5OA/15"CENTERS 3"DIA FUSE
9F62DDD065 15KV/15 CENTERS FUSE
9F62DDD080 15KV/15 CENTERS FUSE
9F62DDD100 15KV/100E/SIZE D/15 CENTERS FUSE
9F62FCB250 5KV/250E/12" CENTERS FUSE
9F62FCB300 5.5KV 300E SIZEDD FUSE
9F62FCB400 5.5KV/400E/12CENTERS FUSE
9F62FCB450 5.08KV/450E/SIZE DD FUSE
9F62FCC200 8.25KV/200E FUSE
9F62FDD125 15KV/125E/SIZE DD/15 CENTER FUSE
9F62FDD150 15KV/150E/SIZE DD/15 CENTER FUSE
9F62FDD175 15KV/175E/SIZE DD/15 CENTER FUSE
9F62FDD200 15KV;15 Centers FUSE
9F62HCB050 5.5KV 50E EJO-1C FUSE
9F62HCC040 8.25KV/40E/SIZE C FUSE
9F62HDD020 15KV SIZE C 15" CENTER FUSE
9F62HDD025 15KV/SIZE C /15" CENTER FUSE
9F62HDD030 15KV/SIZE C/15" CENTER FUSE
9F62KCB500 5KV/500A/SIZE DDDD FUSE
9F62KCB600 5KV600A/SIZE DDDD FUSE
9F62KCB800 5KV/800A/SIZE DDDD FUSE
9F62KCB900 5KV/900A/SIZE DDDD FUSE
9F62KED300 SIZE DDDD FUSE
218A4293P2RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P3RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P4RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P6RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P9RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P12RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P18RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P24RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P2RA GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P3RA GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P4RA GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P6RA GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P9RA GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P12RA GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P18RA GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P24RA GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212942P2RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212942P3RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212942P4RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212942P6RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212942P9RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212942P12RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212942P18RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212942P24RB GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P425B GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P550B GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
218A4293P630B GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212943P100B GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212943P180B GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212943P360B GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A212943P70B GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A213937P425B GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A213937P550B GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A213937P630B GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
55A213937P800B GE LIMIT AMP STARTER FUSE
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