Eaton is one of the leading sources of fusible circuit protection solutions in the global marketplace. Eaton’s Bussmann series products are approved for use around the world and meets the agency's requirements and international standards:
IEC, VDE, DIN, UL, CSA, BS and others.
The headquarters for Eaton’s Bussmann series product line is located in Burton-on-the-Wolds, Leicestershire (UK) and is part of Eaton’s Industrial Control and Protection EMEA division. Eaton manufactures over 50,000 part numbers covering extensive circuit protection solutions for a wide range of applications such as residential, industrial, motor protection, power conversion, distribution, telecommunications and automotive.
Low voltage fuse links are used in industrial, commercial and utility applications. They are available in voltages up to 690 V a.c. (IEC) to suit almost any applications. They provide easy coordination that happen to be small and cost effective to use.
The low voltage fuse links available are:
Standard general purpose links gG
Motor protection links gM and aM
690 V a.c. compact sizes
Standard ranges for all applications
Wide range of fuse holders and bases available
Variations to suit local markets throughout Europe.
Medium voltage fuse links are designed to protect the systems and equipments at voltages above 1 KV and up to 72.5 K V a.c. They provide coordination and system protection for distribution grids and play a vital role in protecting the appurtenances against high power faults. Medium voltage fuse links offer superior current limitation, cost, size and coordination.
The Medium voltage fuse links available are:
Overhead line protection – expulsion links.
Substation and transformer protection, powder filled fuse links.
High voltage motor protection, special motor fuse links.
High speed fuse links are essential for many applications requiring critical protection. They are widely used for backup power supplies, battery chargers, power conversion and electric vehicle equipment. High speed fuse links are used to protect equipment where a standard fuse link is not considered fast enough. The design is unique to cope with the special conditions required for ultra-rapid fault clearing.
Typical applications include:
Protection of Power electronics in power conversion equipment.