What does Ccmr stand for on a fuse?
time delay fuses
CCMR. Datasheet. CCMR Series dual element, time delay fuses are recommend for space-saving protection of motor circuits up to 40 HP (download motor protection guide). Only true dual-element time-delay CC fuses specifically.
What is a dead front fuse?
Ferraz Shawmut DFC Dead-Front Fuse Covers snap on to individual fuses installed in fuse blocks, covering exposed live clips and terminals and reducing accidental contact by personnel. They are sized to fit Class G, H, J, K, R, CC or Midget fuses for increased safety and (optional) open-fuse indication.
What is a rejection style fuse holder?
A rejection feature is used to prevent fuses with a lower voltage or interrupting rating (such as Class H and Midget fuses) from being used in a circuit that needs a higher rating. Class R and CC fuseblocks incorporate a built-in rejection feature while Class J and T blocks reject based on physical size.
What fuse do I run my remote wire to?
Amperage off the remote turn on isn’t very high. Doesn’t require much to switch amps/etc on. A 3-5 amp fuse should be more then enough.
When to use CCMR dual element time delay fuses?
CCMR Series dual element, time delay fuses are recommend for space-saving protection of motor circuits up to 40 HP (download motor protection guide). Only true dual-element time-delay CC fuses specifically engineered for motor branch circuit protection.
How many amps are in a CCMR fuse?
Application Spotlight Catalog # Amps (A) CCMR
What kind of fuse holder do I Need?
This holder is for use with both time-delay and fast-acting inline fuses. Panel-mount clips (sold separately) are required to mount holder into a panel knock- out. Lg. Ht. Wd. Lg. Designed for use with midget fuses, these fuse holders are compact to fit tight spaces. Crimp on for quick wire connection.
Why do you need a Class CC fuse?
These fuses can withstand the high inrush current caused by a motor starting. They provide comparable performance with a smaller footprint than standard size fuses. All have a rejection-style end that safeguards against replacement errors. Use them to protect power distribution branch circuits.