What is 3AG fuse size?
The 3AG cartridge, fuses are miniature glass electronic fuses. The 3AG fuse dimensions are a diameter of 1/4 inch and a length of 1-1/4 inches and are very common in North America. The 3AG designation stands for automotive glass and reflects its original design as an automotive fuse back in the 1930’s.
What size is a 312 fuse?
6.3 mm x 32 mm
312 Series Cylindrical 1 A Glass Fuse 250 VAC 3AG (6.3 mm x 32 mm) Cartridge Fuses.
What does 313 mean on a fuse?
“312” are Littelfuse fast fuses. Same as “AGC” fuses made by Bussmann. These are size 3AG — 0.25″ dia x 1.25″ long or 6.35mm x 31.75mm. “313” are Littefuse slow fuses.
What does 311 mean on a fuse?
3AG (311) series Normal-Blo fuses are for use in radios, amplifiers, etc. Features straight type fuse element positioned to center of fuse for easy identification of blown fuse. Voltage Rating: 32V.
How do I know what kind of fuse I have?
Small fuses generally identify the element speed using markings such as F, M, T etc, whilst larger fuses identify the element speed using markings such as gL, gG, aM etc. Some fuses use terms such as slow acting, fast acting, motor rated etc.
What is AGC fuse holder?
AGC fuse holders are used to protect electrical circuits from excess current using standard AGC glass fuses.
What does F on a fuse mean?
Very Fast Acting
Very Fast Acting (Flink Flink) F. Fast Acting (Flink) M. Medium Acting (Mitteltrage)
What size are AGC fuses?
Eaton’s AGC fast-acting, glass tube 1/4″ x 1-1/4″ ferrule fuses are designed to UL 248-14 for overcurrent protection of electronic circuits.
Are AGC fuses fast-acting?
AGC 1/4″ cartridge fuse | 0.05 A to 40 A | Fast-acting, glass | Eaton.
What do fuse numbers mean?
Car fuses are color coded by amp rating. For example, a standard blue fuse has a 15-amp rating, yellow is 20 amps and green is 30. Before you buy and replace car fuses, keep in mind that the fuse panel cover often contains spare fuses and even a fuse puller.