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fuse

verb To join or melt one substance into another.

fuse

(fūz) [L. fusus, poured]
1. A safety device consisting of a strip of wire made from easily meltable metal of predetermined conductance. The metal melts, breaking the circuit when excess current passes through.
2. To unite or blend together, as the coherence of adjacent body structures.
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Protect off-grid or grid-tied PV systems from unexpected ground faults and line faults using the HelioProtection fuse line.
The investigators also determined that when they treated BeWo cells with a chemical that triggers trophoblasts to fuse, the envelope gene dramatically increased its expression.
For more information on Littelfuse circuit protection devices or to cross-reference fuse part numbers, visit the Littelfuse website at http://www.
Infrastructure upgrades are expected to be one of the major driving factors for the growth of the North American medium and high voltage electrical fuses market.
Fuses (voltage level of installations) Low voltage fuses Plug-in fuses Cartridge fuses High voltage fuses Global Circuit Breakers and Fuses Market, by application Construction Transport Industrial Consumer electronics Power generation Others (healthcare, military and so on) Global Circuit Breakers and Fuses Market, by geography North America Europe Asia Pacific RoW Table of Content Chapter 1 Preface 1.
NASDAQ:BELFA) (NASDAQ:BELFB), a premier developer of fuses and magnetic-based solutions for high-speed networking and computer applications, today announced the availability of a full line of surface mount and radial leaded Polymeric Positive Temperature Coefficient (PPTC) resettable fuses.
5% annually through 2017 US demand for circuit breakers and fuses is expected to increase 5.
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During these visits, customers have taken the easyID(TM) Challenge using new Cooper Bussmann Low-Peak(R) fuses with easyID indication, the easiest-to-read electrical fuse indicator on the market.
formerly Mepcopal, a joint venture between Philips and Copal, is a long time manufacturer of high-reliability fuses for aerospace and military industries.