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From: "jeff legere"
Subject: Re: 125 or 250V fuse?
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Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 17:52:10 GMT
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Organization: Road Runner - Texas
The not so polite reply:
Don't be an ass. I said it was a guess, take it as such and keep your
comments to yourself.
The polite question:
as to voltage interuption, are you talking about spark gap? as in the length
of the gap created when the fuse blows prevents a spark from one end to the
"Sam Goldwasser" wrote in message
> When safety is involved, you shouldn't be guessing. There are plenty of
> It has to do with how much voltage the fuse can safely interrupt.
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> "jeff legere" writes:
> > think wattage perhaps?
> > 250w vs. 500w
> > not sure just a guess
> > "KILOWATT" wrote in message
> > news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> > > Say two ¼ X1¼ AGC fast acting fuses.
> > > One is labeled 2A 125V and the other
> > > is 2A 250V. What should motivate me to
> > > choose a particular one for my project/repair
> > > in this case?
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