In-line fuse holder

  • 09-May-2013 04:05 EDT
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Sealed in-line, RoHS-compliant Mega and Midi fuse holders from GEP Power Products provide an over-molded in-line fusing alternative featuring the Littelfuse Mega and BFI/Midi bolt-down style fuses. The fuse holders were constructed of high-temperature materials and are suitable for engine compartment and out-of-cab vehicle applications. All products are designed with environmentally resistant components and are tested for maximum performance in harsh environments. The in-line series offers a high amperage circuit protection alternative, environmentally sealed to IP 67 standards. Various options are available including wire type, size, color, and length. Heat shrink, convoluted tubing, and termination options also are offered.

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