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Old 03-09-2014, 01:27 PM   #11
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Re: Door Fuse

Originally Posted by davidshelton
I thought the 6.3amp 250volt fuse was kinda strange, but it works and fits correctly. The fuse holder is for a 5mm x 20mm fuse with room for nothing else, so a normal old-style automotive fuse won't fit. I did buy spares.
Wow, 6.3 amps at 250 volts?

That would be over 100 amps at 12 volt. Something don't sound right.

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Old 03-09-2014, 06:18 PM   #12
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Re: Door Fuse

Not sure, but I don't think fuses are rated that way. There is no way that little wire inside the fuse will handle 100amps at 12v DC.
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Old 03-16-2014, 12:26 PM   #13
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Re: Door Fuse

The fuse ratings are either/or maximums. You can use it in any circuit up to the maximum voltage or maximum current. A 6.3-amp, 250-volt fuse should not be used in a 10-amp circuit, nor in a 480-volt circuit. You don't multiply the ratings to get a 1575-watt capable fuse at any voltage below the maximum, like you would if you were calculating the wattage of a load.

I suspect the fuse does not power the actuator, but only the control module, or the control module and the relays selected by the operator's switches.
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