HIGH SPEED Dual Indication Fuse-Links HSDI

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HIGH SPEED Dual Indication Fuse-LinksHSDISquare Body DIN 43620 - 690V (IEC/UL), Size 000 to 00, 10 to 315 AmpsStandards/Approvals:CE, designed and tested to IEC 60269: part4. UL recognised (Survival Only), CSADescription:Packaging:Technical Data:Catalogue Symbol:Class of Operation:Dimensional Data:170M1558D to 170M1572DSquare body DIN 43620 blade style, dualindication High Speed fusesSize 000 are packed in 10’sSize 00 are packed in 6’sRated Voltage:Amps:Rated Breaking Capacity:RoHS Compliant:690 Vac10A to 315A200kA RMS SymYesgR (10 to 63A), aR (80 to 315A)DIN 000 Type T1mm 0.0394” / 1” 25.4mmDIN 00 Type T1mm 0.0394” / 1” 25.4mmForm No. HSDI 000/00Page 1 of 5Data sheet 720100

HIGH SPEED Dual Indication Fuse-LinksSquare Body DIN 43620 - 690V (IEC/UL), 10 to 315 AmpsHSDICatalogue Numbers:Standard Approvals:Technical Data:CE, IEC 60269: part 4, UL recognised (Survival Only), CSA10, 16, 20, 25, 25, 32, 40, 50, 63, 80, 100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 315* AmpsPart 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000Rated CurrentRMS Amps101620253240506380100125160200250315*I2t 8023004350790012000Clearing at 5600084500Watts Loss2.545678.59.511.51516.521.52529.535.545* 315A is only available in size DIN00The rated current of this fuse range has been given with copper conductors that have a high current density of 1.3A/mm2 (IEC 60269-4). For conductor cross sectionaccording to IEC 60269-1, the fuses with a rated current higher than 125A must be derated. Please contact Cooper Bussmann for application assistance.Form No. HSDI 000/00Page 2 of 5Data sheet 720100

HIGH SPEED Dual Indication Fuse-LinksSquare Body DIN 43620 - 690V (IEC/UL), 10 to 315 AmpsTotal Clearing I2TThe total clearing I2t at rated voltage and atpower factor of 15% are given in the electricalcharacteristics. For other voltages, theclearing I2t is found by multiplying bycorrection factor, K, given as a function ofapplied working voltage Eg (rms)HSDIArc VoltageThis curve gives the peak arc voltage, UL,which may appear accross the fuse during itsoperation as a function of the applied workingvoltage, Egrection factor, K, given as afunction of applied working voltage Eg (rms)at a power factor of 15%Power LossesWatts loss at rated current is given in theelectrical characteristics. The curve allowsthe calculation of the power losses at loadcurrents lower than the rated current. Thecorrection factor, Kp, is given as a functionof the RMS load current, lb, in % of the ratedcurrent.Form No. HSDI 000/00Page 3 of 5Data sheet 720100

HIGH SPEED Dual Indication Fuse-LinksSquare Body DIN 43620 - 690V (IEC/UL), 10 to 315 AmpsHSDITime Current CurvesForm No. 17.5kV DINPage 4 of 5Data sheet 720100

HIGH SPEED Dual Indication Fuse-LinksSquare Body DIN 43620 - 690V (IEC/UL), 10 to 315 AmpsHSDIPeak Let-ThroughForm No. HSDI 000/00Page 5 of 5Data sheet 720100

Form No. HSDI 000/00 Page 2 of 5 Data sheet 720100 Catalogue Numbers: Standard Approvals: CE, IEC 60269: part 4, UL recognised (Survival Only), CSA Technical Data: 10, 16, 20, 25, 25, 32, 40, 50, 63, 80, 100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 315* Amps * 315A is only available in size DIN00 The rated current of this fuse range has been given with copper conductors that