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100mA Time Delay Glass 20mm Fuse 10 Pack

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Product overview

• Nickel finish brass end caps
• Supplied in packs of 10
• Overall size: 20 x 5mm

Glass tube, time-delay acting fuses with nickel-finish brass end caps. Overall size 20 x 5mm diameter. Recommended for where high start currents or surge currents are expected. Designed to IEC127 with SEMKO, UL, BSI and VDE approvals. Rated at AC 250V with a breaking capacity of 35A or 10x rated current, whichever is greater. Supplied in packs of 10.

What is the difference between Time Delay and Quick Blow fuses and how do I determine which one I need ? It is for a mains tester.

Asked by: IanH
The collar of the fuse will have the letter Q (quick blow) or T (time delay) You should only replace with a fuse of the exact same type and specification. Quickblow fuse is will fail the instant the current exceeds the rating specified on the fuse. Time delay introduces a small amount of tolerance for overload before fail.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-01-20

I have an internal fuse marked T1.25AL250v. Cant find exact match so wat wud be best replacement

Asked by: Andy101
If you are unsure of what is needed, I can only recommend you get advice from an electrician, we are not qualified electricians so are not able to provide design help, We can only give technical specifications for the items on our site.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-07-17

I have a couple of blown fuses with FT800mAL250V stamped on them. Will the GL58N replace this safely?
Asked by: Alan
yes they will.
Answered by: TJ
Date published: 2015-07-17

I need to replace a fuse which is marked T4AL 250V. I understand this is a 4amp 250v slowblow fuse. Is the above correct?
Asked by: Dave Williams
Yes that is correct.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17

i have got a blown fuse which is T6.3h will it be ok if i use a T6.3A?
Asked by: abdul
Yes the product does support that.
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17

I have to replace a fuse in my guitar amp marked T2A.
Asked by: Andrew
A T2A would be a Time Delay (this section) 2A fuse.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17

I have a fuse marked M8V which has blown in my ancient but great Sharp Microwave. Do you have a replacement for it? If so what is it?
Asked by: David Jeffreys
Unfortunately not.
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17

I need to replace a fuse which is marked "T2H 250V" and the cct board is marked "T2AH 250V"...is this an antisurge and is GL62S what I need?
Asked by: Shane Nash
this is correct the T stands for Time delay(anti surge)the 2ah is 2 amp hours.
Answered by: TJ
Date published: 2015-07-17
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