Testing for High-voltage fuse as per IEC 60282-1

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IEC 60282 Covers:

This part of IEC 60282 applies to all types of high-voltage current-limiting fuses designed for use outdoors or indoors on alternating current systems of 50 Hz and 60 Hz and of rated voltages exceeding 1 000 V.

Type of Fuse:

  • DC Fuses
  • AC Fuses
  • Cartridge Fuses
  • D – Type Cartridge Fuse
  • HRC (High Rupturing Capacity) Fuse or Link Type Cartridge Fuse
  • High Voltage Fuses
  • Automotive, Blade Type & Bolted Type Fuses
  • SMD Fuses (Surface Mount Fuse), Chip , Radial, and Lead Fuses
  • Rewirable Fuses
  • Thermal Fuses
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Why Chose ITC?

  • ITC India Pvt Ltd is an NABL accredited laboratory to test High-voltage fuse as per IEC 60282-1:2020.
  • All the testing is done with the highly accurate and calibrated machines.
  • Qualified engineers are appointed to do the testing of High-voltage fuse.
  • We are customer driven and responsive and always update the client of failed tests with photographs and videos for support.
  • We continuously improve our quality of testing without any compromise on integrity.

Why We Require IEC Tested Fuse?

  • Verification of the breaking capacity will be check.
  • To protect loads from damage caused by excessive system temperature.
  • Fuses are an essential part of any electrical installation with a fuse we can determine the safety of device and person.

General Safety Testing for High Voltage Fuse as per IEC 60282

  • Normal and special service conditions
  • Ratings and characteristics
  • Ratings and characteristics those are applicable to all fuses
  • Ratings and characteristics of particular fuse-link types and applications.
  • Design, construction and performance
  • General requirements with respect to fuse operation
  • Identifying markings.
  • Dimensions.
  • Type tests performed on all fuses.
  • Conditions for making the tests.
  • List of type tests.
  • Common test practices for all type tests.
  • Dielectric tests.
  • Temperature-rise tests and power-dissipation measurement.
  • Breaking tests.
  • Tests for time-current characteristics.
  • Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
  • Type tests for particular fuse-link types and applications
  • List of type tests.
  • Tests required for a particular type of fuse or application.
  • Tests performed at the request of a user.
  • Routine tests.

What are the benefits of Testing?

  • Increase the life of the FUSE
  • Save money & save energy as well
  • Provide faith in the product
  • Improve the safety of the product

Satisfied Customers Worldwide

  • Protection and Control Group
  • Elcom International Pvt Ltd
  • ICMS
  • ABB offers Low Voltage Products
  • Electro-focus