These fuse holders can accommodate Mini-Fit automotive-style bladed fuses, up to a maximum of 10 A. One style of fuse holders has a one-to-one option for in-series protection; another style with four-position fuse holders has an input of two fused outputs and a single unfused output. Fuse holders are commonly used to fuse an output of a battery or a charge source, as well as add protection to powered sensors. Moreover, fuse holders are ideal for creating multiple legs for power with different current requirements.
The 30137 fuse block is used with common Mini-Fit automotive fuses. The 30137 is a two-wire, 5.2-mm blade-type fuse holder. It has one input and one protected output. It can accommodate Mini-Fit ...read more
The 30139 fuse block is used with common Mini-Fit automotive fuses. The 30139 is a four-wire, 5.2-mm blade-type fuse holder. It has one input, one unprotected output, and two protected outputs. It can...read more