The fuse box helps protect the fuse when using the correct fuse Circuit wiring. Let’s take a closer look at the specific type of fuse box and how to clean it…..
Fuse holder definition：
Fuse holders provide a housing for fuses within a circuit. The metal contacts on the fuse holder connect to the metal caps on the fuse, allowing current to flow through them. When a fault is detected, the fuse will blow, preventing further damage to the circuit or attached devices.
Fuse holder types：
fuse holder to pcb: fuse holder pcb, or fuse holders, provide the installation hardware for a fuse. They are used in circuits to contain, protect and mount fuses. They are usually designed so that the wrong fuse cannot be placed in the mount, with a tab preventing accidental misuse.
Automotive fuse holder : Automotive fuses are a class of fuses used to protect the wiring and electrical equipment for vehicles. Find the best fuses that the industry has to offer at HINEW.
Inline: a housing for a fuse in a wire or cable, usually for safety purposes
Panel Mount Fuse Holders: Panel mount fuse holders are a device that provides a housing for a fuse to act as safety device within a wiring circuit for when power loads exceed the safe level for electronic components.
Rail mount: a holder that contains fuses that are slotted into sets with metal contacts
Why the fuse holder melts：
A fuse holder making poor contact with a fuse can be the cause of this, that is if the fuse has not blown. Current flowing through the electrical circuit, below the fuse’s rating, will cause heat from the resistance. This can generate enough heat to cause the fuse holder to melt. It may not be immediate and can happen suddenly after installation.
Fuse holder cleaning method
Fuse holders tend to impacted with dirt or grime. This is a direct threat to the functioning of the fuse. Though fuse holders are made with durable materials, they are prone to getting corroded. The corrosive layer can get impacted upon the fuse and cause failure Of the fuse’ mechanism by inducing overheating.
This is a relatively easy task that you can do using the following information.
Step 1 :
Start by taking care of your safety by wearing rubber or plastic gloves. Switch off the main power supply. Prepare yourself with a flashlight if the circuit board is located within a dark room. Old electrical boxes often have loose wires that press against the surrounding panels Use an electrical tape to tape off the loose ends of the wires.
Step 2 :
Use a screwdriver to lift the connector springs. Use a dry cloth to repeatedly clean the holder springs. You can also use an electrical contact cleaner. Use an old toothbrush for scrubbing Ensure that you brush away the debris away from the fuse holder. Take care not to exert too much pressure on the sand connectors as this can permanently displace or break Again, inspect the surface of connectors. If there is any surface damage, you need to replace the connectors.
Step 3 :
You can use an emery cloth for cleaning the fuses. Surfaces along the inner side of fuse box can be particularly hard to reach. Tear off a small piece of Emery cloth and fold it over the edge of the screwdriver. Now, use the screwdriver for slowly scrubbing away the internal edges.
Step 4 :
Use a branded lubricant that is retailed for coating rust prone surfaces. Use a paintbrush to coat the inner, outer and the non-wired, surrounding surfaces of the fuse holder. The lubricant seals-off the fuse holder surface against the moisture seepage.
These are some of the basic common sense we have about the fuse holder. I hope to help you with your choice and use. Please buy HINEW for the best fuse holder. We are a manufacturer from China.
Post time: Jan-02-2019