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ISO 8820-5

Road vehicles - Fuse-links - Part 5: Fuse-links with axial terminals (Strip fuse-links) Types SF 30 and SF 51 and test fixtures

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 March 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 20
ICS Code (Electrical and electronic equipment): 43.040.10
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This part of ISO 8820 specifies fuse-links with axial terminals (Strip fuse-links) Type SF 30 and SF 51 and test fixtures for fuses in road vehicles. It establishes, for these fuse-link types, the rated current, test procedures, performance requirements, and dimensions.

This part of ISO 8820 is applicable to fuse-links with a rated voltage of 32 V, a current rating of 30 A to 500 A, and a breaking capacity of 2 000 A intended for use in the electrical system of road vehicles with a nominal voltage of 12 V and/or 24 V.

This part of ISO 8820 is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 8820-1 and with ISO 8820-2. The numbering of its Clauses corresponds to that of ISO 8820-1, whose requirements are applicable except where modified by requirements particular to this part of ISO 8820.

Document History

ISO 8820-5
March 15, 2015
Road vehicles - Fuse-links - Part 5: Fuse-links with axial terminals (Strip fuse-links) Types SF 30 and SF 51 and test fixtures
This part of ISO 8820 specifies fuse-links with axial terminals (Strip fuse-links) Type SF 30 and SF 51 and test fixtures for fuses in road vehicles. It establishes, for these fuse-link types, the...
March 1, 2007
Road vehicles — Fuse-links — Part 5: Fuse-links with axial terminals (Strip fuse-links) Types SF 30 and SF 51 and test fixtures
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