COOPER KBC-70

```High Speed Fuses
Section Contents
Page
General Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88-89
North American fuses & accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . 90-106
Square Body fuses & accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107-180
BS 88 fuses & accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .181-190
Ferrule fuses & accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191-212
High Speed
Fuses
87
High Speed Fuses
General applications
Rated Voltage
The ac voltage rating of Cooper Bussmann® fuses is given in
volts rms. Fuses tested to IEC are tested at 10% above their
rated voltage. British Style BS 88 fuses are tested at 5%
above its rated voltage. UL recognition tests are performed at
the rated voltage.
For other power factor
values, the total clearing
integral can be calculated as a multiple of the
clearing integrals, the
correction factor K and
the correction factor X.
X
1.0
0.9
Rated Current
Rated current is given in amperes rms. Cooper Bussmann
fuses can continuously carry the rated current.
0.8
Melting Characteristic
Arc Voltage
104
6
4
2
6
4
2
102
6
4
2
101
6
4
0.1
0.3
2
6
4
2
10–2
6
4
2
–3
6
4
2
10–4
0.5
COS ␸
1.4
1.2 UL
103
9
8
7
6
5
Eg
3
Watts loss at rated current is given in the electrical characteristics. The
curve allows the calculation of the power losses
than the rated current .
The correction factor, K p ,
is given as a function of
the RMS load current, Ib ,
in % of the rated current .
10–1
10
1
2
4
6
8 10
2
2
4
6
8 10
3
Prospective Current In Amperes RMS
200 300
400
500
600 660
1.0
Kp
0.8
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
Ib
0.1
30 40 50
60
70
80 90 100%
Cut-Off Current
1.5
A fuse operation relating to short-circuits only. When a fuse
operates in its current-limiting range, it will clear a short-circuit in less than 1⁄2 cycle. Also, it will limit the instantaneous
peak let-through current to a value substantially less than
that obtainable in the same circuit if that fuse were replaced
with a solid conductor of equal impedance.
K
1.0
0.5
0.4
105
0.3
0.2
Eg
100 200 300 400 500 600 660
Peak Let-Through Current
The total clearing I t at
rated voltage and at
power factor of 15% are
given in the electrical
characteristics. For
other voltages, the
clearing I2t is found by
multiplying by correction
factor, K, given as a
function of applied working voltage, Eg, (rms).
104
103
A
B
2≈
10 2
102
103
104
Prospective Current in Amperes RMS
105
A asymmetrical current
B symmetrical current
88
0.4
Power Losses
6
4
10
0.2
4
2
100
Clearing Integrals
2
0.7
This curve gives the
peak arc voltage, U L ,
which may appear
across the fuse during its
operation as a function
of the applied working
voltage, E g , (rms) at a
power factor of 15%.
103
Virtual Pre-Arcing Time In Seconds
The melting characteristic shows
the virtual melting
time in seconds as
a function of the
prospective current
in amperes rms.
The fuses are specially constructed
for short-circuit protection against high
level fault currents.
the non-continuous/dashed section
of the melt curve
must be avoided.
The curve can also
melting time as a
function of the
RMS value of the
pre-arc current.
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High Speed Fuses
General applications
Parallel Connection
Frequency of Occurrence
Less than once per month
When fuses are connected in parallel it is recommended that
the applied voltage does not exceed 0.9 UN (the rated voltage of the fuse). This is due to the fact that the energy
released within the fuses may be unevenly shared between
the parallel connected barrels.
When fuses are connected in parallel, one must take into
account that the current sharing is not necessarily equal.
And it must be checked, that the maximum load current is
not exceeded.
Series Connection
Mounting Guidance
The recommendations below have to be followed when
mounting a Cooper Bussmann fuse with end plate threaded
holes.
1. Screw in studs: 5 N•m Max, 3 N•m Min
2. Attachment of the fuse to buss-bar by means of nut and
washer:
Configuration
5
⁄16” – 18, M8
3
⁄8” – 16, M10
3
⁄8” – 24
1
⁄2” – 13, M12
1
⁄2” – 20
*1 N•m = 0.7375 lb-ft
Torque (N•m)*
Max
Min
25
20
45
40
45
40
65
50
65
50
Imax < 70% x It
Imax < 60% x It
Several times per day
Imax < 60% x It
—
When impulse loads are an intrinsic/normal parameter of the
load current either as single pulse or in trains of pulses or
when their level is higher than the melting current at 0.01
seconds (per time-current curve), contact Cooper Bussmann
for application assistance.
In addition to the parameters set forth in the preceding table,
the RMS value of the load current as calculated for any
period of 10 minutes or more should not exceed the maximum permissible load current.
Furthermore, it is important that a fuse should not be applied
in the non-continuous/dashed portion of the associated
time-current curve.
Any time-current combination point which falls in the
non-continuous/dashed portion of the time-current curve is
beyond the capability of the fuse to operate properly.
DC Operation
Depending upon the short-circuit time constant and the magnitude of the prospective short-circuit current, the dc voltage
at which a fuse can be applied may be less than its ac rating.
Long time constants require a lower dc voltage. Conversely,
however, higher available prospective short-circuit currents
result in faster fuse openings and thus permit a fuse to be
operated at a higher dc voltage.
Consult Cooper Bussmann for additional information and
application assistance when fuses have to operate under dc
conditions.
The design of Cooper Bussmann® fuses is such that they
can be operated under rather severe operating conditions
In applications, there will be a maximum overload current,
Imax, which can be imposed on the fuse with a
corresponding duration and frequency of occurrence.
Time durations fall into two categories:
1. Overloads longer than one second
The following table gives general application guidelines
which, in the expression Imax < (% factor) x It. It is the melting current corresponding to the time “t” of the overload duration as read from the time-current curve of the fuse. The
guidelines in the table below determine the acceptability of
the selected fuses for a given Imax.
Reduction Factor
Conductor Cross
Section
1.0
Reduction of permissible
0.9
conductor cross section is
less than that given in IEC 0 . 8
Publication 269-1 & 4
valid for Cooper
0 . 5 0 . 6 0 . 7 0.8 0.9
Bussmann semiconductor
≈ (IEC cross section)
fuses.
1.0
Application Assistance
If you have application problems or need a fuse outside our
Bussmann representative. Phone numbers are shown on the
back cover.
For product data sheets, visit www.cooperbussmann.com/products/datasheet.asp
89
High Speed
Fuses
Fuses in series may not equally divide the applied voltage. It
is recommended that series connected fuses should only be
operated at fault currents that yield melting times less than
10 ms and a recovery voltage per fuse of less than or equal
to 0.9 UN (the rated voltage of the fuse).
Less than twice per week
Imax < 80% x It
Imax < 70% x It
High Speed Fuses
North American fuses
General Information
Introduction
North American Contents
Catalog
Number
FWA
FWA
FWX
FWH
KAC
KBC
FWP
FWJ
Amp
Range
1000-4000
70-1000
35-2500
35-1600
1-1000
35-800
5-1200
35-2000
Volts
130
150
250
500
600
600
700
1000
Accessories
Fuse Bases
106
North American Fuse Ranges
Amps
1000-4000
70-1000
35-2500
35-1600
1-1000
5-1200
40-600
35-2000
90
Page
91-92
93-94
95-96
97-98
99
100
101-103
104-105
Volts
130
150
250
500
600
700
800
1000
AC
X
X
X
X
X
X
—
X
DC
X
X
X
X
—
X
X
—
Cooper Bussmann offers a complete range of North
American blade and flush-end style fuses and accessories.
Their design and construction were optimized to provide:
• Low energy let-through (I2t)
• Low watts loss
• Superior cycling capability
• Low arc voltage
• Excellent dc performance
North American style fuses provide an excellent solution for
medium power applications. While there are currently no
published standards for these fuses, the industry has
standardized on mounting centers that accept
Cooper Bussmann fuses.
Voltage Rating
All Cooper Bussmann® North American style fuses are tested
at their rated voltage. Cooper Bussmann should be consulted
for applications exceeding those values.
Accessories
External and internal open fuse indication is available for
selected portions of the North American line. Fuse blocks are
available for most applications.
For product data sheets, visit www.cooperbussmann.com/products/datasheet.asp
High Speed Fuses
North American — FWA 130V: 1000-4000A
Arc Voltage
FWA
This curve gives the peak
arc voltage, UL, which
may appear across the
fuse during its operation
as a function of the
applied working voltage,
Eg, (rms) at a power factor of 15%.
Specifications
Description: North American
style flush-end high speed fuses.
Dimensions: See Dimensions
illustrations.
Ratings:
Volts: — 130Vac
Amps: — 1000-4000A
IR: — 200kA RMS Sym.
— 50kA @130Vdc
Agency Information: CE, UL Recognized on 1000-2000A
fuses
1.5
K
1.0
100
Eg
50
0.5
100
150
1.0
Kp
0.8
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
Ib
0.1
30 40 50
60
70
80 90 100%
Catalog Numbers
0.3
0.2
Catalog
Numbers
FWA-1000AH
FWA-1200AH
FWA-1500AH
FWA-2000AH
FWA-2500AH
FWA-3000AH
FWA-4000AH
Eg
0.15
26
65
104
130
Electrical Characteristics
I2t (A2 Sec)
Rated Current
Clearing
RMS-Amps
Pre-arc
at 130V
1000
170000
460000
1200
270000
730000
1500
520000
1400000
2000
860000
2400000
2500
1500000
4100000
3000
2100000
5700000
4000
3400000
9200000
Watts
Loss
60
70
78
108
130
150
257
• Watts loss provided at rated current.
• See accessories on page 106.
Dimensions (in)
Catalog Number
FWA-1000AH-2000AH
FWA-2500AH-3000AH
FWA-4000AH
200
High Speed
Fuses
Watts loss at rated current
is given in the electrical
characteristics. The curve
allows the calculation of
currents lower than the
rated current. The correction factor, Kp, is given as
a function of the RMS load
current, Ib, in % of the
rated current.
I2t
The total clearing I2t at
rated voltage and at power
factor of 15% are given in
the electrical characteristics. For other voltages, the
clearing I2t is found by
multiplying by correction
factor, K, given as a function of applied working
voltage, Eg, (rms).
300
Power Losses
Electrical Characteristics
Total Clearing
UL
Fig.
1
1
2
B
2.0
3.0
3.5
C
1.0
1.5
1.5
D
—
—
1.5
Tapped 3⁄8”-24 x 1⁄2”
Tapped 1⁄2”-20 x 1⁄2”
Tapped 1⁄2”-20 x 1⁄2”
1mm = 0.0394∑ / 1∑ = 25.4mm
Fig. 1: 1000-3000A
Fig. 2: 4000A
1.875
1.875
•
•
•
•
Features and Benefits
Excellent dc performance
Low arc voltage and low energy let-through (I2t)
Low watts loss
Superior cycling capability
•
•
•
•
Typical Applications
DC common bus
DC drives
Power converters/rectifiers
Reduced voltage starters
D
B
C
B
C
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High Speed Fuses
North American — FWA 130V: 1000-4000A
FWA 1000-4000A: 130V
Time-Current Curve
104
6
4
Did You Know?
2
103
6
4
Protect Against Downtime with
Technical Training,
and Earn CEUs at the Same Time
FWA-1000AH
FWA-1200AH
FWA-1500AH
FWA-2000AH
FWA-2500AH
FWA-3000AH
FWA-4000AH
2
102
6
4
Our application engineering team offers two training
seminars at the Cooper Bussmann St. Louis headquarters Technical Center for end-user customers.
These two-day seminars provide participants 1.6
Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Attendees are
responsible for their own airfare and hotel costs;
meals and ground transportation are provided.
Virtual Pre-Arcing Time In Seconds
2
101
6
4
2
10
0
6
4
Industrial Machinery
This two-day seminar highlights overcurrent
protection considerations for industrial machinery
and industrial control panels, design standards as
well as a review of various overcurrent protective
devices. The seminar is offered to:
• Engineers for industrials who specify equipment
• Electrical panel builders
• Machinery builders
• Electrical designers
2
10–1
6
4
2
10–2
6
4
2
10–3
6
4
Commercial and Industrial Power Systems
This two-day seminar provides a comprehensive
review of the proper overcurrent protection of
building power distribution systems including
elevator protection, ground fault protection and
compliance with industry standards. The seminar is
targeted to:
• Consulting engineers
• Plant engineers
• Electrical contractors
• Electrical designers
• Inspectors
2
10–4
2
103
4
6 8
2
4
6
104
Prospective Current In Amperes RMS
8
105
Peak Let-Through Curve
2
105
6
Peak Let-Through Current
4
2
FWA-4000AH
FWA-3000AH
104
Contact your local district sales engineer or
representative, or call our application engineering
at www.cooperbussmann.com for schedules and
seminar cost.
FWA-2500AH
FWA-2000AH
FWA-1500AH
6
FWA-1200AH
FWA-1000AH
4
2
103
103
2
4
6
104
2
4
6
105
2
4
6
Data Sheet: 35785301
92
For product data sheets, visit www.cooperbussmann.com/products/datasheet.asp
High Speed Fuses
North American — FWA 150V: 70-1000A
FWA
Arc Voltage
This curve gives the peak
arc voltage, UL, which may
appear across the fuse during its operation as a function of the applied working
voltage, Eg, (rms) at a
power factor of 15%.
Specifications
Description: North American style
stud-mount fuses.
Dimensions: See Dimensions
illustrations.
Ratings:
Volts: — 150Vac
Amps: — 70-1000A
IR: — 100kA Sym. (70-400A)
— 200kA Sym. (450-1000A)
— 20kA @150Vdc (70-800A)
— 100kA @ 80Vdc (70-400A)
Agency Information: CE, UL Recognized
100
50
100
150
1.0
Kp
0.8
0.6
0.5
High Speed
Fuses
K
1.0
0.4
0.3
0.2
Ib
0.1
30 40 50
60
70
80 90 100%
Catalog Numbers
0.5
0.3
0.2
0.15
22
1)
2)
Eg
70
102
150
1) 500-1000A Range
2) 70-400A Range
Dimensions (in)
Fig. 1: 70-400A
Catalog
Number
FWA-70B
FWA-80B
FWA-100B
FWA-125B
FWA-150B
FWA-200B
FWA-250B
FWA-300B
FWA-350B
FWA-400B
FWA-500A
FWA-600A
FWA-700A
FWA-800A
FWA-1000A
Rated
Current
RMS-Amps
70
80
100
125
150
200
250
300
350
400
500
600
700
800
1000
Electrical Characteristics
I2t (A2 Sec)
Clearing
Pre-arc
at 150V
470
4000
670
6000
1200
12000
1870
18000
2700
26000
4780
45000
7470
70000
10760
100000
15700
140000
20300
180000
39000
120000
46000
140000
75000
220000
92000
280000
170000
510000
Watts
Loss
6.9
7.7
9.0
11.2
13.5
17.6
22.5
27.0
30.6
35.2
35.0
47.0
49.0
58.0
60.0
• Watts loss provided at rated current.
• See accessories on page 106.
2.656
2.188
1.936
1.156
0.750 0.312
200
Eg
Watts loss at rated current
is given in the electrical
characteristics. The curve
allows the calculation of
currents lower than the
rated current. The correction factor, Kp, is given as
a function of the RMS load
current, Ib, in % of the
rated current.
1.5
The total clearing I2t at rated
voltage and at power factor of
15% are given in the electrical characteristics. For other
voltages, the clearing I2t is
found by multiplying by correction factor, K, given as a
function of applied working
voltage, Eg, (rms).
300
Power Losses
Electrical Characteristics
Total Clearing I2t
UL
0.125
1.000
•
•
•
•
Features and Benefits
Excellent dc performance
Low arc voltage and low energy let-through (I2t)
Low watts loss
Superior cycling capability
•
•
•
•
Typical Applications
DC common bus
DC drives
Power converters/rectifiers
Reduced voltage starters
0.438
Fig. 2: 500-1000A
3.500
2.438
1.250
1.000
0.250
1.500
0.406
1mm = 0.0394 “ / 1” = 25.4mm
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High Speed Fuses
North American — FWA 150V: 70-1000A
FWA 70-1000A: 150V
Time-Current Curve
104
6
4
2
103
6
4
FWA-500A
FWA-600A
FWA-700A
FWA-800A
FWA-1000A
2
102
6
4
Virtual Pre-Arcing Time In Seconds
2
Did You Know?
101
6
4
Cooper Bussmann® Equipped Solar Car
Wins American Solar Challenge Race
2
100
6
4
2
10–1
6
4
The University
of MissouriRolla Solar Car
Team won the
prestigious
American Solar
Challenge Race
recently with
circuit protection provided by Cooper Bussmann
FWX series 80 amp semiconductor fuses.
FWA-70A
FWA-80A
FWA-100A
FWA-125A
FWA-150A
2
10–2
6
4
2
10–3
6
4
FWA-200A
FWA-250A
FWA-300A
FWA-350A
FWA-400A
2
10–4
2
102
4
6
8
2
4
6
103
Prospective Current In Amperes RMS
8
The grueling endurance test pitted UM-Rolla’s “Solar
Miner IV” against race teams from some of the
most famous engineering schools in the nation. By
driving approximately 2,300 miles from Chicago to
Claremont (a suburb of Los Angeles), in just 51
hours, 47 minutes and 39 seconds, they set a race
record by more than four hours.
104
Peak Let-Through Curve
106
6
4
FWA-400A
FWA-350A
2
FWA-300A
FWA-250A
104
FWA-200A
Peak Let-Through Current
FWA-150A
6
FWA-100A
4
2
3
10
6
FWA-80A
4
FWA-70A
2
102
2
102
4
6
2
103
4
6
2
104
4
6
2
105
Prospective Short-Circuit Current Symmetrical RMS
Data Sheet: 35785310
94
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High Speed Fuses
North American — FWX 250V: 35-2500A
FWX
Arc Voltage
This curve gives the peak
arc voltage, UL, which may
appear across the fuse during its operation as a function of the applied working
voltage, Eg, (rms) at a
power factor of 15%.
Electrical
Power Losses
Watts loss at rated current is
given in the electrical char
acteristics. The curve allows
the calculation of the power
than the rated current . The
correction factor, K p , is
given as a function of the
RMS load current, Ib , in %
of the rated current .
1.5
K
Characteristics
1.0
Total Clearing I t
2
The total clearing I2t at rated
voltage and at power factor
of 15% are given in the
electrical characteristics.
For other voltages, the
clearing I2t is found by multiplying by correction factor,
K, given as a function of
applied working voltage, Eg,
(rms).
0.5
1)
0.3
0.2
Eg
0.15
75
125
200
250
300
1) 35-800A Range
2) 1000-2500A Range
Dimensions (in)
Amp
Range
Fig. A
B
C
35-60
1
3.19 0.81 1.59
70-200
1
3.13 1.22 1.59
225-600
1
3.84 1.50 1.59
700-800
1
3.84 2.00 1.59
1000-1200
2
2.59 3.00 1.50
1500-2500
3
2.59 3.50 1.50
1mm = 0.0394” / 1” = 25.4mm
Fig. 1:
35-800A
D
2.59
2.44
2.94
3.03
—
1.50
E
2.25
2.19
2.25
2.28
—
—
F
0.34
0.34
0.41
0.41
—
—
G
0.63
1.00
1.00
1.50
—
—
Fig. 2:
1000-1200A
H
0.13
0.19
0.25
0.25
—
—
J
0.52
0.47
0.75
0.78
—
—
Tapped
Depth
—
—
—
—
3
⁄8”-24 x 1⁄2”
3
⁄8”--24 x 1⁄2”
Fig. 3:
1500-2500A
J
A
A
A D E C
D
B
F
G
600
500
400
Catalog
Number
FWX-35A
FWX-40A
FWX-45A
FWX-50A
FWX-60A
FWX-70A
FWX-80A
FWX-90A
FWX-100A
FWX-125A
FWX-150A
FWX-175A
FWX-200A
FWX-225A
FWX-250A
FWX-275A
FWX-300A
FWX-350A
FWX-400A
FWX-450A
FWX-500A
FWX-600A
FWX-700A
FWX-800A
FWX-1000AH
FWX-1200AH
FWX-1500AH
FWX-1600AH
FWX-2000AH
FWX-2500AH
Rated
Current
RMS-Amps
35
40
45
50
60
70
80
90
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
1000
1200
1500
1600
2000
2500
C
C
1)
300
2)
Eg
200
50
100
150
200
250
1) 35-800A Range
2) 1000-2500A Range
1.0
Kp
0.8
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
Ib
0.1
30 40 50
60
Electrical Characteristics
I2t (A2 Sec)
Clearing
Pre-arc
at 250V
50
230
60
310
80
390
100
520
140
740
330
1400
430
1850
570
2450
740
3150
1130
4850
1620
6950
2170
9300
2790
12000
3210
14700
3960
18100
4720
21600
6000
27300
10600
48600
14500
66100
22100
101000
28000
128000
41100
188000
48800
190000
59000
230000
44000
360000
92000
750000
120000
880000
160000
1200000
320000
2300000
670000
4700000
• Watts loss provided at rated current.
B
800
Catalog Numbers
2)
UL
103
High Speed
Fuses
Specifications
Description: North American
style stud-mount and flush-end
fuses.
Dimensions: See Dimensions
illustrations.
Ratings:
Volts: — 250Vac
Amps: — 35-2500A
IR: — 200kA RMS Sym.
Agency Information: CE, UL Recognized & CSA
Component Acceptance on 35-800A fuses (20kA IR
@250Vdc).
1.4
1.2
70
80 90 100%
Watts
Loss
4.2
5.2
5.7
6.0
8.1
7.2
8.1
9.0
10.0
12.5
15.7
18.5
22
24
27
31
32
39
44
49
54
62
72
84
100
103
140
140
151
163
• See accessories on page 106.
Features and Benefits
• Excellent dc performance
• Low arc voltage and low
energy let-through (I2t)
• Superior cycling capability
•
•
•
•
Typical Applications
DC common bus
DC drives
Power converters/rectifiers
Reduced voltage starters
H
B
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High Speed Fuses
North American — FWX 250V: 35-2500A
FWX 35-800A: 250V
FWX 1000-2500A(H): 250V
Time-Current Curve
Time-Current Curve
104
6
4
104
2
103
3
10
FWX-200A
FWX-350A
FXW-400A
FWX-500A
FWX-600A
FWX-800A
6
4
2
FWX-1000AH
FWX-1200AH
FWX-1500AH
FWX-1600AH
FWX-2000AH
FWX-2500AH
102
6
4
101
2
100
Virtual Pre-Arcing Time In Seconds
Virtual Pre-arcing Time In Seconds
102
FWX-35A
FWX-40A
FWX-60A
FWX-70A
FWX-100A
FWX-150A
10–1
10–2
10–3
10–4
102
2
103
Prospective Current In Ampere RMS
104
101
6
4
2
100
6
4
2
10–1
6
4
2
10–2
6
4
Peak Let-Through Curve
2
105
–3
10
B
6
4
2
FWX-800A
FWX-600A
FWX-400A
FWX-300A
FWX-200A
–4
10
2
103
4
6 8
2
4
6
104
Prospective Current In Amperes RMS
8
105
Peak Let-Through Current
104
Peak Let-Through Curve
105
6
FWX-2500AH
4
103
A
Peak Let-Through Current
FWX-150A
FWX-100A
FWX-70A
FWX-60A
FWX-45A
FWX-35A
FWX-2000AH
FWX-1600AH
FWX-1500AH
FWX-1200AH
2
FWX-1000AH
104
6
4
102
102
103
104
105
Prospective Short-Circuit Current Symmetrical RMS
2
103
103
2
4
6
104
2
4
6
105
Prospective Short-Circuit Current Symmetrical RMS
Data Sheet: 359
96
Data Sheet: 35785299
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2
4
6
High Speed Fuses
North American — FWH 500V: 35-1600A
FWH
Arc Voltage
2.0
Specifications
Description: North American style
stud-mount fuses.
Dimensions: See Dimensions
illustration.
Ratings:
Volts: — 500Vac
Amps: — 35-1600A
IR: — 200kA Sym.
— 50kA @ 500Vdc
Agency Information: CE, UL Recognition & CSA
Component Acceptance on 35-800A only (50kA
[email protected]). UL Recognition on 35-1200A only, CSA
Component Acceptance: 35-1600A.
This curve gives the peak
arc voltage, UL, which
may appear across the
fuse during its operation
as a function of the
applied working voltage,
Eg, (rms) at a power factor
of 15%.
1.6
1.5
The total clearing I2t at rated
voltage and at power factor of
15% are given in the electrical
characteristics. For other voltages, the clearing I2t is found
by multiplying by correction
factor, K, given as a function of
applied working voltage, Eg,
(rms).
1.0
Fig.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
C
1.593
1.736
1.836
2.090
2.090
2.090
3.219
1)
0.3
0.2
2)
Eg
0.15
100
250
400
500
D
2.541
2.853
2.892
3.440
3.530
4.970
5.465
E
2.193
2.807
2.768
2.750
2.780
3.440
4.475
F
0.344
0.352
0.344
0.410
0.410
0.530
0.625
G
0.719
0.750
1.000
1.000
1.500
2.000
2.375
H
0.125
0.125
0.188
0.250
0.250
0.380
0.438
1mm = 0.0394” / 1” = 25.4mm
Fig. 1: 35-1200A
A
D
E
C
H
G F
B
J
Fig. 2: 1400-1600A
10.219
0.125
0.5
3.219
1)
400
Eg
200
300
400
500
1) 35-200 & 1000-1600A Range
2) 225-800A Range
1.0
Kp
0.8
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
Ib
0.1
30 40 50
J
0.518
0.375
0.406
0.750
0.780
1.300
1.120
Catalog
Numbers
FWH-35B
FWH-40B
FWH-45B
FWH-50B
FWH-60B
FWH-70B
FWH-80B
FWH-90B
FWH-100B
FWH-125B
FWH-150B
FWH-175B
FWH-200B
FWH-225A
FWH-250A
FWH-275A
FWH-300A
FWH-325A
FWH-350A
FWH-400A
FWH-450A
FWH-500A
FWH-600A
FWH-700A
FWH-800A
FWH-1000A
FWH-1200A
FWH-1400A
FWH-1600A
Rated
Current
RMS-Amps
35
40
45
50
60
70
80
90
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
300
325
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
60
Electrical Characteristics
I2t (A2 Sec)
Clearing
Pre-arc
at 500V
34
150
76
320
105
450
135
670
210
900
210
900
305
1400
360
1600
475
2000
800
3500
1100
4600
1450
6200
1900
8500
4600
23300
6300
32200
7900
40300
9800
49800
13700
63800
14500
72900
19200
96700
24700
127000
29200
149000
41300
206000
55000
298000
76200
409000
92000
450000
122000
600000
200000
1000000
290000
1400000
• Watts loss provided at rated current.
70
80 90 100%
3.5
0.75
4.25
Watts
Loss
8
7.5
7.5
7.5
9.9
10.6
12.7
15
17
25
30
35
40
39
41
46
51
53
58
65
74
84
108
120
129
145
180
210
230
• See accessories on page 106.
0.625
1.625
1.750
6.219
8.969
600
2)
500
Catalog Numbers
0.5
1) 35-800A Range
2) 1000-1600A Range
A
B
3.188 0.813
3.625 0.947
3.625 1.156
4.340 1.500
4.340 2.000
6.340 2.500
6.969 3.000
See Drawing
800
300
100
Watts loss at rated current is given in the electrical characteristics. The
curve allows the calculation of the power losses
than the rated current.
The correction factor, Kp,
is given as a function of
in % of the rated current.
K
Dimensions (in)
Amp
Range
35-60
70-100
125-200
225-400
450-600
700-800
1000-1200
1400-1600
103
High Speed
Fuses
Total Clearing I2t
1.2
Power Losses
Electrical Characteristics
UL
Features and Benefits
• Excellent dc performance
• Low arc voltage and low
energy let-through (I2t)
• Low watts loss
• Superior cycling capability
•
•
•
•
Typical Applications
DC common bus
DC drives
Power converters/rectifiers
Reduced voltage starters
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High Speed Fuses
North American — FWH 500V: 35-1600A
FWH 35-200A(B) & 900-1600A(A): 500V
Time-Current Curve
10
FWH 225-800A: 500V
Time-Current Curve
103
4
6
4
2
103
6
4
102
FWH-350A
FWH-400A
FWH-500A
FWH-600A
FWH-800A
2
102
6
4
101
6
4
2
100
6
4
FWH-80B
FWH-90B
FWH-100B
FWH-125B
FWH-150B
FWH-175B
FWH-200B
FWH-35B
FWH-40B
FWH-45B
FWH-50B
FWH-60B
FWH-70B
2
10–1
6
4
2
Virtual Pre-Arcing Time In Seconds
101
FWH-900A
FWH-1000A
FWH-1200A
FWH-1400A
FWH-1600A
2
10–2
6
4
100
10–1
10–2
2
10–3
6
4
10–3
2
10
–4
2
4
6
8
102
2
4
6 8
2
103
Prospective Current In Amper es RMS
4
6
8
104
10–4
102
Peak Let-Through Curve
103
104
Prospective Current In Amperes RMS
105
Peak Let-Through Curve
105
105
B
FWH-1600A
FWH-1400A
6
FWH-1200A
FWH-1000A
4
2
104
Peak Let-Through Current
Peak Let-Through Current
104
6
4
2
FWH-800A
FWH-600A
FWH-500A
FWH-400A
FWH-300A
FWH-250A
3
10
103
FWH-200B
6
FWH-150B
FWH-125B
4
FWH-100B
A
FWH-80B
FWH-60B
FWH-50B
2
FWH-40B
FWH-35B
102
2
2
4
6
3
10
10
2
4
6
4
2
10
4
6
105
2
102
102
Prospective Short-Circuit Current Symmetrical RMS
Data Sheet: 35785304
98
103
104
Prospective Short-Circuit Current Symmetrical RMS
Data Sheet: 360
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High Speed Fuses
North American — KAC 600V: 1-1000A
KAC
Catalog Numbers (-amps)
KAC-1
KAC-2
KAC-3
KAC-4
KAC-5
KAC-6
KAC-7
KAC-8
KAC-9
KAC-10
KAC-12
KAC-15
KAC-17.5
KAC-20
Specifications
Description: North American style
stud-mount fuses. These 600V fuses are
supplied as replacements only. For new
installations, Cooper Bussmann recommends
the 700V FWP series fuse.
Dimensions: See Dimensions illustrations.
Ratings:
Volts: — 600Vac
Amps: — 1-1000A
IR: — 200kA RMS Sym.
Agency Information: CE, UL Recognition
on 1-600A only.
A
2.875
4.375
5.000
5.140
6.182
6.250
7.250
B1
2.500
—
—
—
—
4.750
4.750
B2
—
3.750
4.063
4.390
4.815
—
—
B3 C
—
1.875
3.5002.750
3.6562.750
3.7662.906
4.5653.000
—
3.063
—
3.063
D
0.406
0.625
0.750
1.000
1.625
2.000
2.750
E
F
—
0.563
0.3430.813
0.4061.000
0.4061.500
0.5622.000
—
2.500
—
3.500
•
•
•
•
Features and Benefits
Excellent dc performance
Low arc voltage and low energy let-through (I2t)
Low watts loss
Superior cycling capability
•
•
•
•
Typical Applications
DC common bus
DC drives
Power converters/rectifiers
Reduced voltage starters
High Speed
Fuses
Fig.
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
KAC-175
KAC-200
KAC-225
KAC-250
KAC-300
KAC-350
KAC-400
KAC-450
KAC-500
KAC-600
KAC-700
KAC-800
KAC-1000
• Consult Cooper Bussmann for dc ratings.
• See accessories on page 106.
Dimensions (in)
Amp
Range
1-30A
35-60A
70-100A
110-200A
225-400A
450-800A
1000A
KAC-25
KAC-30
KAC-35
KAC-40
KAC-45
KAC-50
KAC-60
KAC-70
KAC-80
KAC-90
KAC-100
KAC-110
KAC-125
KAC-150
G
H
0.063 0.257
0.094 0.468
0.125 0.609
0.188 0.718
0.250 0.687
0.250 0.563
0.375 0.563
1mm = 0.0394” / 1” = 25.4mm
Fig. 1: 1-30 & 450-1000A
A
B1
C
G
D
F
H
Fig. 2: 35-400A
A
B2
B3
C
D
G
F
E
H
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High Speed Fuses
North American — KBC 600V: 35-800A
KBC
Catalog Numbers (-amps)
Specifications
Description: North American
style stud-mount and flush-end
fuses. These 600V fuses are
supplied as replacements only.
For new installations, Cooper
Bussmann recommends the 700V
FWP series fuse.
Dimensions: See Dimensions
illustrations.
Ratings:
Volts: — 600Vac
Amps: — 35-800A
IR: — 200kA RMS Sym.
Agency Information: CE, UL Recognition on 35-600A only.
KBC-35
KBC-40
KBC-45
KBC-50
KBC-60
KBC-70
KBC-80
KBC-90
KBC-100
KBC-110
KBC-125
KBC-150
KBC-175
KBC-200
KBC-225
KBC-250
KBC-300
KBC-350
KBC-400
KBC-450
KBC-500
KBC-600
KBC-800
• Consult Cooper Bussmann for dc ratings.
• See accessories on page 106.
•
•
•
•
Features and Benefits
Excellent dc performance
Low arc voltage and low energy let-through (I2t)
Low watts loss
Superior cycling capability
•
•
•
•
Typical Applications
DC common bus
DC drives
Power converters/rectifiers
Reduced voltage starters
Dimensions (in)
Amp
Range
35-60A
70-100A
110-200A
225-400A
450-600A
800A
Fig.
1
2
1
1
1
3
A
B
4.375 3.750
See Drawing
4.406 3.719
5.125 4.188
5.125 4.389
See Drawing
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
3.500 2.7500.343 0.625 0.8130.094 0.468
3.594 2.9060.312 0.875 1.2190.187 0.375
3.563 2.9060.406 1.000 1.5000.250 0.719
3.687 2.8750.406 1.500 2.0000.250 0.757
1mm = 0.0394” / 1” = 25.4mm
Cooper Bussmann® Paul P. Gubany
Accreditation
Fig. 1: 35-60 and 110-600A
A
B
C
D
E
H
F
The Cooper Bussmann Paul P. Gubany Center in St.
Louis is certified by Britain’s prestigious ASTA
(Associated Short Circuit Testing Authority) to
perform short testing of its own devices designed to
operate to ASTA requirements which are closely tied
to IEC requirements. The Gubany Center is the only
testing facility available in North or South America
for this product certification.
G
I
0.312
0.750
1.000
0.125
4.406
3.656
2.906
Fig. 2: 70-100A
Fig. 3: 800A
4.000
3.750
Did You Know?
‹Ω•" - 24 ≈ ⁄Ω™"
0.750
The Gubany Center has equipment capable of
generating 300,000A of current at 600Vac threephase, and 100,000A at 170Vdc, under carefully
controlled conditions. It offers a wider range of
current voltage and frequency configurations than
any other facility of its kind in the world, and is built
to exceed the short circuit capacity of today’s high
power electrical distribution systems.
2.500 2.859
0.750
100
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High Speed Fuses
North American — FWP 700V: 5-1200A
FWP
Specifications
Description: North American
style stud-mount fuses.
Dimensions: See Dimensions
illustrations.
Ratings:
Volts: — 700Vac
Amps: — 5-1200A
IR: — 200kA RMS Sym.
— 50kA @700Vdc
Agency Information: CE, UL Recognition & CSA
Component Acceptance on 5-800A
A
B
2.870 0.563
4.375 0.813
4.406 0.947
5.090 1.500
5.090 2.000
7.090 2.500
6.630 2.000
See Drawing
See Drawing
C
1.855
2.750
2.594
2.840
2.840
2.840
2.844
K
1.0
2)
1)
0.3
0.2
3)
Eg
0.15
316
460
F
0.250
0.344
0.344
0.410
0.410
0.530
0.625
Fig. 2: 900-1000A
604
700
G
H
0.4050.063
0.7250.125
0.7500.125
1.0000.250
1.5000.250
2.0000.380
1.5000.250
I
0.250
0.542
0.375
0.750
0.780
1.300
0.875
Fig. 3: 1200A
3.500
1.375
0.125
J
0.500
5.966
7.594
A D E C
9.590 6.840
3.844
0.625
1.031
2.750
0.5
3.500
H
B
Eg
300
400
500
600
0.750
4.250
Catalog
Numbers
FWP-5B
FWP-10B
FWP-15B
FWP-20B
FWP-25B
FWP-30B
FWP-35B
FWP-40B
FWP-50B
FWP-60B
FWP-70B
FWP-80B
FWP-90B
FWP-100B
FWP-125A
FWP-150A
FWP-175A
FWP-200A
FWP-225A
FWP-250A
FWP-300A
FWP-350A
FWP-400A
FWP-450A
FWP-500A
FWP-600A
FWP-700A
FWP-800A
FWP-900A
FWP-1000A
FWP-1200A
Rated
Current
RMS-Amps
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1200
700
1) 125-600A Range
2) 35-100 & 700-1200A Range
1.0
Kp
0.8
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
Ib
30 40 50
60
Electrical Characteristics
I2t (A2 Sec)
Clearing
Pre-arc
at 700V
1.6
10
3.6
20
10
75
26
180
44
340
58
450
34
160
76
320
135
600
210
950
305
2000
360
2400
415
2700
540
3500
1800
7300
2900
11700
4200
16700
5500
22000
7700
31300
10500
42500
17600
71200
23700
95600
31000
125000
36400
137000
45200
170000
66700
250000
54000
300000
78000
450000
91500
530000
120000
600000
195000
1100000
70
80 90 100%
Watts
Loss
1.5
4
5.5
6
7
9
12
12
12
15.5
18
21
25
27
28
32
35
43
45
48
58
65
78
94
107
122
125
140
150
170
190
• Watts loss provided at rated current.
• See accessories on page 106.
1.625
1.750
0.625
G
3.844
10.844
5.154
F
6
5
Catalog Numbers
1mm = 0.0394” / 1” = 25.4mm
Fig. 1: 5-800A
2)
8
0.1
0.5
D
E
2.4772.477
3.7083.312
3.6253.563
4.1903.500
4.2803.530
5.7204.190
5.5625.062
1)
High Speed
Fuses
1.5
Dimensions (in)
Fig.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
UL
3
Watts loss at rated current is
given in the electrical characteristics. The curve allows
the calculation of the power
than the rated current. The
correction factor, Kp, is given
as a function of the RMS
load current, Ib, in % of the
rated current.
1) 35-100A Range
2) 125-600A Range
3) 700-1200A Range
Amp
Range
5-30
35-60
70-100
125-200
225-400
450-600
700-800
900-1000
1200
1.6
1.4
1.2
103
4
2
The total clearing I2t at rated
voltage and at power factor of
15% are given in the electrical
characteristics. For other voltages, the clearing I2t is found
by multiplying by correction
factor, K, given as a function
of applied working voltage,
Eg, (rms).
2
This curve gives the peak arc
voltage, UL, which may
appear across the fuse during its operation as a function
of the applied working voltage, Eg, (rms) at a power
factor of 15%.
Power Losses
Electrical Characteristics
Total Clearing I t
Arc Voltage
Features and Benefits
• Excellent dc performance
• Low arc voltage and low
energy let-through (I2t)
• Superior cycling capability
•
•
•
•
Typical Applications
DC common bus
DC drives
Power converters/rectifiers
Reduced voltage starters
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101
High Speed Fuses
North American — FWP 700V: 5-1200A
FWP 5-30A(B): 700V
FWP 35-100A(B) & 700-1200A(A): 700V
Time-Current Curve
Time-Current Curve
104
6
4
104
6
4
2
2
103
103
6
4
6
4
2
2
6
4
6
4
2
Virtual Pre-Arcing Time In Seconds
Virtual Pre-Arcing Time In Seconds
2
101
6
4
2
100
6
4
FWP-5B
FWP-10B
FWP-15B
FWP-20B
FWP-25B
FWP-30B
2
10–1
6
4
101
6
4
FWP-35B
FWP-40B
FWP-50B
FWP-60B
FWP-70B
FWP-80B
FWP-90B
FWP-100B
2
100
6
4
2
10–1
6
4
2
2
10–2
6
4
10–2
6
4
2
10–3
2
6
4
10–3
6
4
2
10–4
2
10–4
FWP-700A
FWP-800A
FWP-900A
FWP-1000A
FWP-1200A
102
102
2
4
6
8
101
2
4
6
8
2
102
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
102
103
2
4
6 8
2
103
Prospective Current In Amperes RMS
4
6
8
104
Prospective Current In Amperes RMS
Peak Let-Through Curve
Peak Let-Through Curve
106
104
FWP-1200A
6
FWP-1000A
6
FWP-800A
4
4
FWP-700A
2
FWP-30B
FWP-25B
2
104
6
4
Peak Let-Through Current
Peak Let-Through Current
10
3
2
10
FWP-20B
FWP-15B
FWP-10B
FWP- 5B
2
6
4
6
4
2
103
2
6
FWP-100B
4
101
101
2
4
6
102
2
4
6
103
2
4
6
104
2
4
6
105
FWP-70B
2
FWP-60B
Prospective Short-Circuit Current
FWP-50B
2
FWP-40B
FWP-35B
102
2
4
6
102
2
103
4
6
2
104
Prospective Short-Circuit Current
Data Sheet: 35785316
102
Data Sheet: 35785308
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2
6
105
High Speed Fuses
North American — FWP 700V: 5-1200A
FWP 125-600A: 700V
Time-Current Curve
103
102
Did You Know?
Cooper Bussmann Named First in
Services Magazine
100
High Speed
Fuses
Virtual Pre-Arcing Time In Seconds
10
FWP-150A
FWP-200A
FWP-300A
FWP-400A
FWP-600A
1
10–1
10–2
10–3
10–4
102
103
104
105
Prospective Current In Amperes RMS
Peak Let-Through Curve
Cooper Bussmann has been named as the vendor
offering the highest value in electrical fuses in a
recent fill-in-the-blank survey of nearly 40,000
qualified readers of Plant Services Magazine. A full
70 percent of survey respondents said Cooper
Bussmann was their number one choice. The
nearest competitor weighed in at only 7 percent. The
63 percent spread was the widest of all 63 product
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welding equipment. According to Plant Services
editors, the products chosen are those “that deliver
the combination of functionality, durability and low
maintenance that add up to the lowest estimated
life-cycle cost”—those offering the very best value in
their product category.
105
B
Peak Let-Through Current
104
FWP-600A
FWP-400A
FWP-300A
FWP-200A
FWP-150A
103
A
102
102
103
104
105
Prospective Short-Circuit Current Symmetrical RMS
Data Sheet: 361
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103
High Speed Fuses
North American — FWJ 1000V: 35-2000A
FWJ
Arc Voltage
Specifications
Description: North American
style stud-mount fuses.
Dimensions: See Dimensions
illustration.
Ratings:
Volts: — 1000Vac
Amps: — 35-200A
IR: — 25kA (35-200A)
— 100kA (250-2000A)
— 50kA @ 800Vdc (450600A)
Agency Information: CE, UL
Recognition on 35-600A only.
1.5
B
0.940
1.125
1.526
2.000
2.500
3.500
C
3.110
3.085
3.261
3.500
3.465
3.312
K
600
1000 1400 1800
Kp
Ib
60
70
80 90 100%
Catalog Numbers
1.0
0.5
0.3
0.2
Eg
500
800
1000
D
E
4.2354.180
4.2664.156
4.8034.055
4.8114.150
5.9844.706
5.4724.962
F
0.352
0.352
0.445
0.433
0.562
0.625
G
H
0.7500.125
1.0000.188
1.0000.250
1.5000.250
2.0000.375
2.7500.500
I
0.380
0.407
0.819
0.764
1.201
0.880
1mm = 0.0394” / 1” = 25.4mm
Fig. 1: 35-2000A
A
D
E
C
H
G F
B
J
104
400
30 40 50
Dimensions (in)
A
5.000
4.932
5.685
5.768
7.201
6.811
800
Eg
Watts loss at rated current is
given in the electrical char- 1.0
0.8
acteristics. The curve
allows the calculation of the 0.6
0.5
rents lower than the rated
current. The correction fac- 0.3
tor, Kp, is given as a func- 0.2
tion of the RMS load current, Ib, in % of the rated
current.
0.1
0.15
200
Fig.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1200
200
Total Clearing I2t
Amp
Range
35-60
70-100
125-200
250-400
500-600
800-2000
UL
1600
Power Losses
Electrical Characteristics
The total clearing I2t at rated
voltage and at power factor of
15% are given in the electrical
characteristics. For other voltages, the clearing I2t is found
by multiplying by correction
factor, K, given as a function
of applied working voltage,
Eg, (rms).
2000
This curve gives the peak arc
voltage, UL, which may
appear across the fuse during its operation as a function
of the applied working voltage, Eg, (rms) at a power
factor of 15%.
Catalog
Numbers
FWJ-35A
FWJ-40A
FWJ-50A
FWJ-60A
FWJ-70A
FWJ-80A
FWJ-90A
FWJ-100A
FWJ-125A
FWJ-150A
FWJ-175A
FWJ-200A
FWJ-250A
FWJ-300A
FWJ-350A
FWJ-400A
FWJ-500A
FWJ-600A
FWJ-800A
FWJ-1000A
FWJ-1200A
FWJ-1400A
FWJ-1600A
FWJ-1800A
FWJ-2000A
Rated
Current
RMS-Amps
35
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
125
150
175
200
250
300
350
400
500
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
Electrical Characteristics
I2t (A2 Sec)
Clearing
Pre-arc
at 1000V
210
2000
300
2500
470
3500
670
5000
1100
6900
1550
9700
1900
12000
2800
17500
4800
35000
6300
45000
7500
65000
11700
80000
16000
112000
23500
164000
33000
231000
47000
330000
39500
329000
61000
520000
87000
500000
190000
1100000
370000
2100000
470000
2700000
700000
4000000
925000
5300000
1330000
7600000
• Watts loss provided at rated current.
• See accessories on page 106.
•
•
•
•
Features and Benefits
Excellent dc performance
Low arc voltage and low energy let-through (I2t)
Low watts loss
Superior cycling capability
•
•
•
•
Typical Applications
DC common bus
DC drives
Power converters/rectifiers
Reduced voltage starters
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Watts
Loss
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
25
30
32
50
56
62
67
95
105
182
206
240
248
267
239
244
High Speed Fuses
North American — FWJ 1000V: 35-2000A
FWJ 35-600A: 1000V
FWJ 800-2000A: 1000V
Time-Current Curve
Time-Current Curve
104
104
6
4
6
4
2
2
103
103
6
4
6
4
2
2
102
102
101
2
100
6
4
FWJ-800A
FWJ-1000A
FWJ-1200A
FWJ-1400A
FWJ-1600A
FWJ-1800A
FWJ-2000A
2
101
6
4
High Speed
Fuses
6
4
Virtual Pre-Arcing Time In Seconds
2
Virtual Pre-Arcing Time In Seconds
6
4
FWJ-200A
FWJ-250A
FWJ-300A
FWJ-350A
FWJ-400A
FWJ-500A
FWJ-600A
6
4
2
100
6
4
2
10–1
2
6
4
10–1
6
4
2
10–2
6
4
2
10–3
2
FWJ-40A
FWJ-50A
FWJ-60A
FWJ-70A
FWJ-80A
FWJ-90A
FWJ-100A
FWJ-125A
FWJ-150A
FWJ-175A
10–2
6
4
2
10–3
6
4
2
6
4
10–4
2
2
4
6
8
2
103
4
6
8
104
2
4
6
8
105
Prospective Current In Amperes RMS
10–4
2
102
4
6
8
2
103
4
6
8
104
Prospective Current In Amperes RMS
Peak Let-Through Curve
Peak Let-Through Curve
2
2
105
6
4
Peak Let-Through Current
2
10
4
6
4
2
103
6
4
2
10
4
6
4
2
103
6
6
4
4
2
10
FWJ-2000A
FWJ-1800A
FWJ-1600A
FWJ-1400A
FWJ-1250A
FWJ-1000A
FWJ-600A
FWJ-800A
FWJ-400A
FWJ-500A
FWJ-350A
FWJ-300A
FWJ-250A
FWJ-200A
FWJ-175A
FWJ-150A
FWJ-125A
FWJ-100A
FWJ-90A
FWJ-80A
FWJ-70A
FWJ-60A
FWJ-50A
FWJ-40A
105
Peak Let-Through Current
FWJ-2000A
FWJ-1800A
FWJ-1600A
FWJ-1400A
FWJ-1250A
FWJ-1000A
FWJ-600A
FWJ-800A
FWJ-400A
FWJ-500A
FWJ-350A
FWJ-300A
FWJ-250A
FWJ-200A
FWJ-175A
FWJ-150A
FWJ-125A
FWJ-100A
FWJ-90A
FWJ-80A
FWJ-70A
FWJ-60A
FWJ-50A
FWJ-40A
2
2
102
2
4
6
2
103
4
6
104
2
4
6
105
2
4
6
10
2
102
2
4
6
103
2
4
6
104
2
4
6
105
2
4
6
Prospective Short-Circuit Current Symmetrical RMS
Data Sheet: 35785303
Data Sheet: 35785309
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High Speed Fuses
North American fuse accessories
Fuse Bases (Blocks)
Modular Style
Cooper Bussmann offers a comprehensive line of fuse bases
that provide the user with design and manufacturing flexibility.
Two identical half bases make up a Cooper Bussmann®
modular fuse base. These “split” units can be panel mounted
any distance apart to accommodate any length fuse.
Stud Type
Stud Type
The simpler design is the C5268 series modular fuse base.
With this design, the fuse terminal and cable (with
termination) are mounted on the same stud, minimizing labor
needed for installation. The stud type base is available in the
configuration shown in the table below.
Catalog
Max Fuse
Stud
Stud Dia.
Number
Amp Rating
Height (in)
5
C5268-1
200
1.00
⁄16”-18
5
C5268-2
200
1.75
⁄16”-18
5
C5268-3
200
0.75
⁄16”-18
1
C5268-4
100
1.00
⁄4”-20
1
C5268-5
100
1.75
⁄4”-20
Connector Type
Connector Type
Cooper Bussmann also offers a modular style fuse base that
utilizes a tin-plated connector (for wire termination and heat
dissipation) and a plated-steel stud (for fuse mounting). The
connector type fuse base is available in the configurations
shown below. Consult Cooper Bussmann for additional
product details.
Modular
Max
Max Fuse
Data Sheet
Base Style
Voltage
Amp Rating
Number
1BS101
600
100
1206
1BS102
600
400
1207
1BS103
600
400
1208
1BS104
600
600
1209
BH-0xxx
700
100
1200
BH-1xxx
2500
400
1201
BH-2xxx
5000
400
1202
BH-3xxx
1250
700
1203
Fixed Center Base Style
Cooper Bussmann offers a comprehensive line of fixed mount
style fuse bases under the trademark TRON® rectifier fuse
blocks. The cable and fuse connections are similar to the stud
type fuse base — both are mounted on the same stud.
Consult Cooper Bussmann for complete product details.
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Fixed Center
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