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FUSE Datasheet, PDF

Searched Keyword : 'FUSE' - Total: 13 (1/1) Pages
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STMicroelectronics
STEF12S Datasheet pdf image
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Electronic fuse for 12 V line
Rev 5 - March 2022
STEF05 Datasheet pdf image
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Electronic fuse for 5 V line
STEF12E Datasheet pdf image
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Electronic fuse for 12 V line
Rev 2 - June 2022
STEF12 Datasheet pdf image
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Electronic fuse for 12 V line
STEF033 Datasheet pdf image
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Electronic fuse for 3.3 V line
January 2015 Rev 2
STEF05D Datasheet pdf image
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Electronic fuse for 5 V line
March 2013 Rev 1
STEF4S Datasheet pdf image
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Electronic fuse for 3.3 V and 5 V lines
December 2014 Rev 2
STEF12H60M Datasheet pdf image
2Mb/34P
60 A electronic fuse for 12 V DC rail
Rev 3 - May 2021
STEF512GR Datasheet pdf image
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Dual electronic fuse for 5 V and 12 V rails
Rev 2 - March 2020
STEF512PUR Datasheet pdf image
1Mb/21P
Dual electronic fuse (eFuse) for 5 V and 12 V rails
DS13182 - Rev 3 - September 2020
STEF512SRI Datasheet pdf image
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Dual electronic fuse for 5 V and 12 V rails with reverse current blocking
Rev 1 - February 2023
STEF512SRX Datasheet pdf image
3Mb/27P
Dual electronic fuse for 5 V and 12 V rails with reverse current blocking
Rev 1 - January 2022
VNF1048F Datasheet pdf image
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High-side switch Controller with intelligent fuse protection for 12 V, 24 V and 48 V automotive applications
Rev 6 - May 2022

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What is FUSE


A fuse is an electrical safety device that is used to protect electrical systems and components from damage caused by excess current.

It is a device that contains a metal wire or filament that melts and opens the circuit when the current exceeds a specified limit.

This helps to prevent electrical fires and other hazards that can occur when there is an excessive current flow in an electrical circuit.

Fuses come in various types and sizes, and are selected based on the current rating and the type of application.

For example, slow-blow fuses are used for applications where temporary current spikes are expected, while fast-acting fuses are used for applications where a rapid response to an overcurrent is required.

In general, fuses provide a simple and effective way to protect electrical systems and components from damage caused by overcurrents, and are an important part of many electrical safety systems.

*This information is for general informational purposes only, we will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by the above information.


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