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LITTELFUSE WORLDWIDE LEADER IN CIRCUIT PROTECTIONCircuit Protection TodayAn overview of today’s fuse market . . . N ew vehicles contain 90 to 150 fuses throughout the vehicle in 3to 4 different fuse blocks. For example, the BMW 750il uses 148fuses. H igh amperage products — MAXI, MEGA, MIDI, PAL and JCASEfuses — make up 1 out of every 5 fuses in new vehicles. T he past decade has produced more automotive circuit protection devices than the entire history of the industry. F use and circuit breaker applications have grown by 400% in thepast 10 years.Littelfuse partners with every major automotive and heavy-dutyOEM. That is why more than 95% of domestic and 70% of foreign ustomers andnew vehicles contain Littelfuse fuses. (Your CInstallers will have a Littelfuse fuse in their hand when they needa source to replace a fuse.) Littelfuse has introduced every newfuse in the industry for the past three decades, starting with theATO blade fuse. Littelfuse holds more than 130 patents on circuitprotection devices, more than all the other fuse manufacturers inthe world combined. Other fuse manufacturers are licensed byLittelfuse to utilize its product designs and trademarks. lass fuses have not been used as a primary original equipment G ovement has beencircuit protection device since 1981. Unit msteadily declining, although glass fuses are used in manyaccessory applications.What is Driving theCircuit Protection Market?The Circuit Protection market is experiencing accelerated growthcaused by a combination of powerful forces driving the market.There has never been a better time to invest in the distribution ofthe Circuit Protection category. O ne Wire — One Fuse Protection Trend: Auto m anufacturers aremoving towards protecting every wire in the vehicle. M ore Power Consumption: Vehicles are consuming power athigher amperages than ever before, and manufacturers are nowprotecting high amp applications, such as the alternator, withMEGA, MIDI, PAL, JCASE and MAXI fuses. S pace & Weight Efficiency: As vehicle designs get more complex,fuses must get smaller so more fuses can fit in the same amountof space. reater Diversity of Fuses: Vehicles contain more fuses than ever Gbefore, so Aftermarket Customers and Installers are requiringa greater variety of circuit p rotection devices in their displays,assortments and merchandisers. N ew Market Niches: The increased demand in circuit p rotectionis offering current channels of distribution new marketingopportunities in the Fast Lube, Warehouse Club and ElectricalAccessories Installer channels or any outlet stocking electricalreplacement parts. onger Vehicle Life: The life expectancy of cars is increasing to L riven and wiring that is20 years. This results in more miles daging, leading to more blown fuses that need to be replaced. E asier Access to Fuse Blocks: Auto manufacturers have movedfuse blocks into the passenger compartments, e.g. glove box,dashboard and trunk, making it easier for DIY replacement.Fuseblocks are also better marked for easier identification of theproper circuit. Infotainment: The increasing use of video and other newelectronics in vehicles have challenged designers to protect evenmore sensitive automotive electronics. New technologies incircuit protection and fuse box design eliminate transient surgesthat can damage vehicle equipment. M ore On-Board Electronics: Auto manufacturers and Aftermarketsuppliers are offering a broader range of on-board componentslike cellular phones, CD players, Bluetooth, navigation, alarmsystems and remote starters which require circuit protection forinstallation and replacement.The Future of Circuit Protection G reater need for more technical training materials, point of saleeducation support and more reliable application data.Littelfuse’s new product development process is based on p racticalinnovations designed around the needs of the customer. The circuit protection products of the future will offer greater f eaturesto protect increasingly complex electrical systems, meet thebooming demand for on-board electronics and make the CircuitProtection category a continuously stronger part of the AutomotiveAftermarket. S mart circuit protection — the vehicle will tell you what fuseneeds to be replaced and its location.Here is a glimpse of Littelfuse’s vision of circuit protectionfor tomorrow . . . S pecial circuit protection products designed for electric andalternative fuel vehicles. F use count per vehicle to grow each year. M odular electrical systems that require modular fuseblocks inlocations throughout the vehicle like the quarter panels, fenderwells, door panels, etc. I ncreased need for higher amp protection with JCASE and bolton devices like MEGA and MIDI fuses. M ore compact fuses such as MINI, Micro and electronic s urfacemount fuses. G reater need for a broader range of fuse blocks and fuse holders,testers and pullers, fuse kits and assortments and c reative merchandising systems.www.littelfuse.comDownloaded from 2014 Littelfuse Automotive Aftermarket Circuit Protection

From small beginnings, through decades of innovation in circuit protection,to advancing beyond circuit protection.85YEARSOF EXPERTISEA History of Littelfuse Automotive FirstsFor more than 75 years, Littelfuse has been the Circuit Protection manufacturer to achieve the automotive industry’s mostsignificant accomplishments, beginning in 1927 by inventing electronic circuit protection technology with the first smallfast-acting protective fuse.1930 – Automotive fuse introduced by Littelfuse.1950 – Littelfuse develops design of industry’s first c entralizedunder dash fuseblock.1976 – A TO blade fuse revolutionizes automotive circuit protection.1978 – I ntroduced Value Pak Emergency Fuse Kits offering 8–10fuses with fuse puller.1983 – Littelfuse begins battle with fuse counterfeitersand helps establish a Federal exclusion order p rohibitingthe importation of look-alike fuses into the United States.1986 – U .S. Auto Industry selects the MAXI fuse to replace thecommonly used high amp fusible wire and fusible links inunder-the-hood electrical harnesses.1987 – L ittelfuse expands high amp coverage with reliable newline of PAL Auto Links for complete Japanese c overage.1988 – L ittelfuse develops the ATO style diode assemblyto control surge voltages caused by electromagneticcomponents.1995 – A dd-A-Circuit fuseholder introduced as new way to add anadditional circuit without cutting or splicing.1996 – Littelfuse became first circuit protection m anufacturer toreceive QS 9000 certification.1997 – JCASE introduced as compact version of MAXIFuse for domestic autos beginning in 1998.1997 – Littelfuse celebrates 70 years of quality circuit p rotectioninnovation.1999 – L ittelfuse acquires Harris Suppression and its overvoltage technology to compliment it’s overcurrentproduct lines.2001 – The patented CablePro is introduced to replace fuse linksin high-current, battery direct applications such as startersor alternators.2002 – L ittelfuse acquires Semitron Industries, LTD and becomesthe only company in the world that can s upply all the majorcircuit protection technologies.1991 – H igh amp protection MEGA fuse introduced as the firstOEM and Aftermarket fuse rated up to 250 amps.2004 – Purchases majority ownership of Heinrich IndustriesAG, including WICKMANN, Pudenz and Efen, to expandEuropean market for automotive and electronic circuitprotection1993 – T he MINI diode is introduced to perform omni- directionalblocking of current flow in automotive a pplications.2006 – Acquires SMARTGLOW fuse, the first indicated automotiveblade type fuse.1993 – T he ATO resistor assembly is released to adjustand suppress excess voltage in sensitive automotivecircuits.2010 – Opens the High Power Lab, located in Champaign, Illinois,providing customers with product design and specializedtesting services.1993 – L ittelfuse becomes the first circuit protection m anufacturerto receive ISO 9000 certification. 2010 – Acquires the Cole Hersee Company, a supplier of switchesand control devices to the commercial vehicle market.1994 – L ittelfuse partners with Chrysler and BMW to design andpatent the MIDI fuse for specific applications.2012 – Acquires ACCEL AB, located in Vänersborg, Sweden,a leading supplier and manufacturer of advancedelectromechanical products and components, primarily forthe automotive industry.1994 – M IDI compact bolt-down automotive fuse i ntroduced forEuropean high amp applications.1995 – T he MINI resistor joins the Littelfuse line of Automotiveproducts. 2012 – Acquires Terra Power Systems, LLC, a Bellingham, WA –based manufacturer of electrical distribution products forheavy-duty vehicle applications.1995 – L ittelfuse introduced Circuit Alert – a blown fuse i ndicatingdevice for ATO fuses. 2014 Littelfuse Automotive Aftermarket Circuit ProtectionDownloaded from

TABLE OF loaded from FUSES. 6Developed by Littelfuse for the automotive industry, the ATO fuse has become the original equipment circuit protectionstandard for foreign and domestic automobiles and trucks.MINI FUSES. 8Its miniature design meets the need for more circuits to beprotected while utilizing less space, and its ability to cope withhigh temperatures in adverse environments makes the MINI Fuse the recommended choice for protection.LOW PROFILE MINI FUSES. 10The Low Profile MINI fuse has similar performancecharacteristics as the standard MINI fuse.MICRO2 / MICRO3 FUSES. 12Its sub-miniature design meets the need for more circuits tobe protected while utilizing less space and its ability to copewith high temperatures in adverse environments makes theMICRO2TM and MICRO3TM Fuse the recommended choice forprotection.MAXI FUSES. 14The MAXI fuse uses “Diffusion Pill Technology” to providepredictable time delay characteristic and low heat dissipation.JCASE FUSES. 14The JCASE is a cartridge style fuse with female terminaldesign. JCASE provides both increased time delay and lowvoltage drop to protect high current circuits. JCASE has theability to handle inrush currents. The JCASE was designedand patented by Littelfuse.LOW PROFILE JCASE FUSES. 16The Low Profile JCASE fuse has similar performancecharacteristics as the standard JCASE fuse. The lower overallheight reduction allows for more space and weight savingsand also allows for a shorter male blade terminal, savingadditional weight and material savings in fuse box designs. 2014 Littelfuse Automotive Aftermarket Circuit Protection

891011MCASE FUSES. 17It has a miniaturized footprint for optimal usage of space. It is a timedelayed fuse and can handle inrush currents. MCASE is designed andpatented by Littelfuse.PAL AUTOLINK FUSES. 20Commonly found on many Japanese and Domestic built v ehicles incurrent ratings up to 140 amperes. Available with female connector,male connector, bent connector and locking female connector. Colorcoded to indicate amp rating.GLASS FUSES. 21AG and SFE fuses were designed into North American vehicles prior to1981. Glass fuses are also used for auto accessory applications.FLASHERS. 24Littelfuse Flashers meet D.O.T., S.A.E. and all applicable state andfederal requirements.151617181920212212ZCASE FUSE. 31FUSE BLOCKS. 32FUSE HOLDERS. 345SWITCHES. 366PULLERS / TESTERS. 37CNL/CNN FUSES. 37FUSIBLE LINKS. 37RETAILCOMMERCIAL ASSORTMENT PACKS. 38CADDYS. 39RED BOX. 40Type II – Modified ResetNon-cycling, remains in open position while there is power to thecircuit. Resets when ignition is turned off. Type II circuit breakers aretypically used in applications where fuse replacement is objectionable,such as power window, seat and sunroof circuits.MODULAR RACK SYSTEMS. 42SUPER VALUE PACKS. 41FUSE ASSORTMENTS. 41EMERGENCY KITS. 431478910111213PLANOGRAM. 4414REFERENCE15PACKAGING / PART NUMBERING. 45SYSTEM AND MARKETING NUMBERS. 461334Type I – Automatic ResetCycles or continuously resets until the fault is corrected. Type I circuitbreakers are typically used to p rotect circuits which occasionallyexperience momentary overloads such as wiper motor and headlampcircuits where a self resetting device is preferred.MEGA BOLT ON FUSES. 30FUSE SELECTION CHART. 47The MEGA Fuse is designed for high current circuit protection up to500A with “Diffusion Pill Technology.” The MEGA Fuse also providestime delay characteristics. Designed and patented by Littelfuse, theMEGA Fuse is ideal for battery and alternator protection applicationand other heavy gauge cables requiring ultra-high current protection.CROSS REFERNCE GUIDE. 49 2POWER FEED. 33CIRCUIT BREAKERS. 26Type III – Manual ResetManually resettable circuit breakers remain in the open position until abutton, lever or other external reset device is manually depressed. TypeIII circuit breakers are typically used in applications where a manualreset is desired for safe diagnosis of a circuit fault.116171819MIDI BOLT ON FUSES. 31 20This MIDI style fuse offers a bolt-on space saving fuse for highcurrent wiring protection and provides time delay characteristics with“Diffusion Pill Technology”. The MIDI was designed and patented byLittelfuse. 2014 Littelfuse Automotive Aftermarket Circuit ProtectionDownloaded from

FUSEOLOGYUnderstanding how circuit protection works is a key to diagnosing automotive electrical problems. When a fuseblows, that means the fuse is doing its job — sending you amessage that something needs to be fixed.WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF A FUSE?A fuse is a safety valve. It is designed to stop current from exceedingthe rating of the wires or components. Without fuses, excessivecurrent could cause damage to electrical systems, and even result infires.Bold letter after fuse part number indicates fuse block location.In general, a fuse has a simple construction. The key c omponent is the“element” — a short piece of metal wire or strap.WHAT CAUSES A FUSE TO BLOW?The element is designed to melt at a specifictemperature, to protect wires and equipmentfrom overcurrents. An o vercurrent is anycurrent that exceeds the amperage r atingor wiring capacity of equipment or devicesunder normal conditions of use.To be able to address fuse issues, you first must be ableto locate the appropriate fuse within the vehicle. In today’svehicles, each individual wire is protected by a circuitprotection device.Fuses are contained in fuse blocks located at various pointsthroughout the vehicle. The diagram above illustrates typicalfuse block locations. For further help finding a fuse, usethe Littelfuse Automotive Fuse Guide, which lists a lettercorresponding to the fuse location for every fuse applicationlisted.Once a fuse is blown, it can be replaced to allow thecurrent to flow again. But simply replacing a fuse maynot be the solution to the problem. In fact, there is a chance the fusewill just blow again, because the fuse is signaling a problem in thesystem. Understanding the f actors that cause a fuse to blow will helpyou diagnose automotive electrical problems.SELECTING THE RIGHT FUSEOnce you have found the fuse that has blown, and solved theproblem in the vehicle, you must replace the blown fuse withan appropriate device.When selecting the right fuse for replacement, you shouldconsider the following:There are two types of overcurrents that can cause a fuse to blow:overloads and short circuits.Physical TypeOverloadThe replacement fuse must be of the same physical type asthe blown fuse being replaced. It must be of the same styleand have the same dimensions so that it can fit properly inthe fuse block or fuseholder. Check your owner’s manual todetermine the appropriate fuse type.What: The current exceeds the amperage at which the wires orequipment are rated.Why: Too many devices are connected to one circuit, or a devicemalfunctions and draws higher than its normal o perating current.Sustained overloads cause overheatingof circuit components and the fuse blows.Short CircuitWhat: The current is out of its normal path.Why: A malfunction creates an unintended path for e lectricity to flowfrom the battery or alternator to ground. This can be caused by thetouching of any positive wire to a ground wire, e.g. due to frayedwire insulation, or tools laid across the positive and ground wiresof a circuit. The uncontrolled current to ground then surpasses thenormal resistance of the wire contained in the circuit, forcing higherand higher current to the point of the generating heat which blows thefuse.www.littelfuse.comLeft fire wallG Behind/under dash leftRight fire wall H Behind/in glove boxRight fenderJ Behind/under dash rightRight frontK Rear compartmentLeft frontIL In-line with device protectedLeft fender (locations may vary from car to car,see your dealer.)FINDING A FUSEIf an overcurrent causes the current in a circuit to riseabove a specific level — often the circuit’s rating — the heat producedwill melt the fuse’s element, causing the fuse to “blow.” This opensthe circuit and immediately stops the flow of current. Fuses aredesigned to blow at temperatures far below those that would causedamage or hazards.Downloaded from Tip: Littelfuse holds patents for the designs onmost automotive fuses. It is important to remember that thephysical type of the fuse is important, but it is not the onlyfactor affecting the fuse’s function. Although some fusesappear to be the same type and dimension as Littelfusefuses, they do not necessarily have the same performancecharacteristics.Look for the Littelfuse OEM LabelTo guarantee the same level of quality in circuit protectionthat the major automotive manufacturers of North Americarequire for their original equipment fuses, look for theOEM seal on Littelfuse aftermarket products. Only Littelfuseproducts can guarantee this level of quality. 2014 Littelfuse Automotive Aftermarket Circuit Protection

Beware of Counterfeit FusesVoltage RatingAt first glance, it’s hard to tell the difference between a genuineLittelfuse blade fuse and a counterfeit. The counterfeit may havethe same physical dimensions, but using it can be dangerousbecause it fails to perform to the stringent performance and safetyspecifications developed by Littelfuse and the OEMs.The voltage rating, marked on every fuse, indicates the maximumvoltage at which the fuse is designed to operate safely if anovercurrent occurs.In many cases, the elements in counterfeit fuses do notcorrespond with the amperage specification stamped on the fuse.This will prevent the elements from opening at the rated or correctamperage, which could result in an auto fire causing seriousdamage to the vehicle, its contents and its passengers.Responding to this growing problem, the United StatesInternational Trade Commission and then President RonaldReagan issued and approved an exclusion order in 1983prohibiting the importation of the look-alike blade fuses into theUnited States. This order was initiated because many of thesefuses were proven to be totally unsafe. The photos shown hereindicate why counterfeit fuses are potentially unsafe and present afire risk.To guarantee quality and safety, look for the Littelfuse name onfuses and fuse packaging.Current Rating — AmperageThe current rating, marked on every fuse, is the maximum currentin amperes that the fuse can continuously carry under specifiedconditions.Tip: When selecting a fuse, make sure the current rating of thefuse is the same amperage as the circuit. You can obtain thecurrent rating of a circuit by looking in the owner’s manual ofthe vehicle; checking to see if it is w ritten on the fuse block; orconsulting the Littelfuse Fuse Guide.Overfusing and UnderfusingOverfusing is when the fuse has a current rating higher thanthe rating of the circuit. In this case, the fuse will not be ableto protect the circuit properly because the circuit could reachovercurrent levels, causing damage and safety hazards, beforethe fuse would blow.Tip: The fuse voltage rating must equal to or exceed this c ircuitvoltage where the fuse is installed. This is not a p roblem in fuseselection because automotive fuse a pplications are typicallyaround 12 volts, while the voltage rating of the majority ofLittelfuse automotive fuses — including ATO Fuse, MINI Fuse,MAXI Fuse and MEGA Fuse — is 32 volts.ADDING A CIRCUITAlways use a circuit protection device with a fuseholder or fuseblock whenever adding additional circuits to ensure optimal safety.The fastest, easiest option for installers who need to add a circuitfor applications such as electronic components, is Littelfuse’sAdd-A-Circuit Fuseholder. Add-A-Circuit, available in ATO andMINI blade fuse versions, is designed to facilitate installation offuses for accessories of 10 amps or less. The Add-A-Circuit adaptsthe fuse block to the installer’s needs, quickly turning one slot inthe fuse block into two, providing a safe, economical alternative tosplicing or fusetaps.Caution: Fusetaps are not a recommended alternative for addingcircuits because they can overstress the terminals in the fuseblock. This situation can create a loose fitting fuse, which in turnproduces excessive heat, which can cause nuisance blows, evenmelting of the fuse and fuse block and possibly an expensiverepair in the future. When a fusetap is used, in many cases thereis no fuse protecting the new circuit, a condition which can alsopresent a hazard.Another alternative to adding a circuit is theLittelfuse Battery Power Feed. This deviceattaches directly to the b attery terminal, allowingthe addition of up to three circuits. Then use anin-line fuseholder to protect the circuit properly.Underfusing is when the fuse is rated at a current too far belowthe rating of the circuit. In this case the fuse will blow, eventhough the circuit is functioning normally without an overcurrent.Underfusing almost guarantees that a fuse will blow repeatedly.This is referred to as a nuisance blow. 2014 Littelfuse Automotive Aftermarket Circuit ProtectionDownloaded from

ATO (Autofuse ) Blade FuseDeveloped by Littelfuse for the automotive industry, the ATO fuse hasbecome the original equipment circuit protection standard for foreign anddomestic automobiles and trucks. Readily identifiable and easily replaced,this fuse can be specified for a variety of low voltage electronic applications.Fuse ATO (Autofuse ) Blade FuseATO Smart Glow Blade FuseIt is currently found on most cars, trucks, buses and off the roadvehicles worldwide. Features Littelfuse designed industry standardcolor coding to indicate amp rating.Smart Glow fuses are innovative automotive style fuses thatfeature an indicator light that glows when the fuse is blown,saving time to troubleshoot an open circuit.Voltage Rating Characteristics:32V AC/DC Fast-ActingApprovals: UL listed, CSA certified 3-30A, SAE J1284.Voltage Rating Characteristics: 14 VDCVoltage Rating: 12 VDCOperating Temperature Range: -40 C to 105 CTerminals: Tin plated Zinc alloyATO FUSE TABLECODECURRENTRATING (A)COLORPRO TEK Professional Pak (Plus Pack)BOXEDMATERIAL#Fuse ATERIAL #MATERIAL#CARDEDNEW PACKAGINGMATERIAL#MATERIAL#CATALOG#NEW PACKAGINGMATERIAL#Black1A0ATO001.VATO10ATO001.VP ATO1BP0ATO001.VPA0ATO001.ZXPRO VP ATO2BP0ATO002.VPA0ATO002.ZXPRO 3.VP ATO3BP0ATO003.VPA0ATO003.ZXPRO 004.VP ATO4BP0ATO004.VPA0ATO004.ZXPRO 0ATO004.ZXPROA---0ATO005.VP ATO5BP10-0003 ATO005.ZXPRO 0ATO005.ZXPROAOAT0005.VPGLO10-1000 0ATO005.VPGLOABrown7.5A0ATO07.5VATO7.50ATO07.5VP ATO7.5BP 0ATO07.5VPA0ATO07.5ZXPRO 0ATO07.5ZXPROAOAT007.5VPGLO10-0007 0ATO07.5VPGLOARed10A0ATO010.VATO100ATO010.VP ATO10BP 0ATO010.VPA0ATO010.ZXPRO 0ATO010.ZXPROAOAT0010.VPGLO10-1001 0ATO010.VPGLOABlue15A0ATO015.VATO150ATO015.VP ATO15BP 0ATO015.VPA0ATO015.ZXPRO 0ATO015.ZXPROAOAT0015.VPGLO10-1002 0ATO015.VPGLOAYellow20A0ATO020.VATO200ATO020.VP ATO20BP 0ATO020.VPA0ATO020.ZXPRO 0ATO020.ZXPROAOAT0020.VPGLO10-1003 0ATO020.VPGLOAClear25A0ATO025.VATO250ATO025.VP ATO25BP 0ATO025.VPA0ATO025.ZXPRO 0ATO025.ZXPROAOAT0025.VPGLO10-1004 0ATO025.VPGLOAGreen30A0ATO030.VATO300ATO030.VP ATO30BP 0ATO030.VPA0ATO030.ZXPRO 0ATO030.ZXPROAOAT0030.VPGLO10-1005 0ATO030.VPGLOAOrange40A0ATO040.VATO400ATO040.VP ATO40BP 0ATO040.VPAwww.littelfuse.comDownloaded from 2014 Littelfuse Automotive Aftermarket Circuit Protection

DIMENSIONS ATO 1DIMENSIONS SMART GLOW ATO TEMPERATURE RERATING NTCHARACTERISTIC CURVESTIME-CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS 2014 Littelfuse Automotive Aftermarket Circuit ProtectionDownloaded from TimeMin / Max (s)% of RatingOpening Time10035-40360,000 s / –1101-30360,000 s / –1351-23-40350ms /600 s0.750 s / 600 s2001-23-40100 ms/5.0 s0.150 s / 5.0 s3501-23-4020 ms / 500 ms80 ms / 500 ms6001-3035-40–/ 100 ms–/ 150

MINI Blade FuseThe MINI Fuse is quickly becoming the new standard for vehiclecircuit protection. Its miniature design meets the need for more circuitsto be protected while utilizing less space, and its ability to cope withhigh temperatures in adverse environments makes the MINI Fuse therecommended choice for protection.Fuse MINI Blade FuseMINI Smart Glow Blade FuseThe MINI Fuse is quickly becoming the new standard for vehiclecircuit protection. Its miniature design meets the need for morecircuits to be protected while utilizing less space, and its ability tocope with high temperatures in adverse environments makes theMINI Fuse the recommended choice for protection.Smart Glow fuses are innovative automotive style fuses thatfeature an indicator light that glows when the fuse is blown,saving time to troubleshoot an open circuit.Voltage Rating Characteristics: 32V AC/DC Fast-ActingApprovals: UL listed, SAE J2077.Interrupting Rating: 1000A @ 14 VDCVoltage Rating: 12 VDCOperating Temperature Range: -40 C to 125 CTerminals: Silver plated Zinc alloyFuse MINI FUSE TABLEPRO TEK Professional Pak (Plus Pack)CARDEDCARDEDCARDEDCURRENTRATING n7.5A0MIN07.5VMIN7.50MIN07.5VP AL#CATALOG#NEWPACKAGINGMATERIAL #MATERIAL#NEWPACKAGINGMATERIAL #MATERIAL#CATALOG#NEWPACKAGINGMATERIAL #Diodewww.littelfuse.comDownloaded from 2014 Littelfuse Automotive Aftermarket Circuit Protection

DIMENSIONS SMART GLOW MINI DIMENSIONS MINI 2TIME-CURRENTCHARACTERISTIC CURVESTEMPERATURE RERATING CURVETIME-CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS% of RatingOpening Time Min / Max (s)110360,000 s / –1350.75 s / 600 s2000.15 s / 5 s3500.080 s / 0.250 s6000.030 s / 0.100 sMINI Diode FuseOperating Temperature Range: -40 C to 85 CPower Rating: 1/4 W MaxHousing Material: ThermoplasticTerminal Material: C.R.S. (Ni/Zn Plated)Terminal Retention: 25 N 2014 Littelfuse Automotive Aftermarket Circuit ProtectionDownloaded from

before, so Aftermarket Customers and Installers are requiring a greater variety of circuit protection devices in their displays, assortments and merchandisers. More On-Board Electronics: Auto manufacturers and Aftermarket suppliers are offering a broader range of on-board components like cellular phones, CD players, Bluetooth, navigation, alarm

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