Rated Functioning Temp. (Tf): 102 ~ 221 ℃
Rated Current (Ir): 20 A
Rated Voltage (Ur): 250 / 300 / 400 VAC, 120 VDC
Datasheet (PDF Document) Include: Specifications, Agency Approvals, Packaging, Structure Diagrams, Glossary, Part Numbering System, Installation, Usage, Replace, Storage and other information.
Xiamen SET Electronics Co., Ltd.
● Plastic Case
● High Accuracy of Functioning Temp.
● High Surge Capacity
● RoHS & REACH Compliant
● Power Strips
● Switched-Mode Power Supplies
● Home Electrical Appliances
ABSOLUTELY ASSURED USE WITH GLOBALIZATION CERTICATION
The following certificates (PDF Documents) are only used for browsing on the web to prove the product has been certified. If you need a full version certificate, Please contact: sales@SETfuse.com
Standards: UL 60691
File No.: E214712
File No.: E214712
Standards: EN 60691
File No.: R50259029
Standards: GB/T 9816
File No.: 2020980205000180
● Other Temp.
● The Length of Lead Wires
For product quality, our goal is to be industry-leading. We ensure that the quality of the product meets the expected goals from the following process.
Qualified Supplier of Raw Materials.
Incoming Quality Control (IQC):
Acceptance Quality Limit (AQL), Dimension, Function, Visual Inspection, RoHS & REACH Test. etc..
Online Inspection and Function Test 100%, etc..
In Process Quality Cortrol (IPQC): AQL, Dimension, Function, Visual Inspection, etc..
Final Quality Control (FQC):
AQL, Dimension, Function, Visual Inspection, RoHS & REACH Test, etc..
AQL Sampling Test.
Outgoing Quality Control (OQC):
Packaging, Labeling, Quantity Inspection, etc..
Safety Certificate Agency Annual, Quarterly Audits. Include UL, cUL, VDE, TUV, KC, PSE, CCC. etc..
Quality Management System:
TUV Approved and Issued Certificate.
Alloy Thermal-Link / Alloy Thermal Cutoff (ATCO) is defined as a non-resettable protective device functioning one time only. It is widely used in electrical equipment. ATCO is mainly consist of fusible alloy, flux resin, case, sealant and lead wires. Normally, fusible alloy is jointed to the two lead wires. Under abnormal conditions, when the temp. reaches to the fusing temp. of ATCO, the fusible alloy melts and quickly retracts to the two lead wire ends with the aid of the flux resin and disconnects the circuit completely.