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 Post subject: Current Limiting Equations for Fuses
PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 2:10 pm 
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The data for these equations was obtained using 600V arcs on 600V fuses. Presumably, this data is conservative for 480V systems. Would it also be appropriate to apply these equations to fuses installed in 208V systems?

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Ex twidget wrote:
The data for these equations was obtained using 600V arcs on 600V fuses. Presumably, this data is conservative for 480V systems. Would it also be appropriate to apply these equations to fuses installed in 208V systems?

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I'm not sure enough is known to be able to draw that conclusion. It might be best to contact one of the fuse manufacturers to get their input.

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