Automotive fuses are used to protect the wiring and electrical equipment for vehicles. There are several different types of automotive fuses and their usage is dependent upon the specific application, voltage, and current demands of the electrical circuit. Automotive fuses can be mounted in fuse blocks, inline fuse holders, or fuse clips. Some automotive fuses are occasionally used in non-automotive electrical applications.
Most automotive fuses rated at 32 volts are used on circuits rated 24 volts DC and below. Some vehicles use a dual 12/42 V DC electrical system that will require a fuse rated at 58 V DC. Daier produces blade fuses (mini size, ATC fuses, and MAXI size), glass tube or Bosch type fuses (5X20mm, 6X30mm, and 10X38mm AGU fuses), ceramic fuses (5X20mm and 6X30mm), and ANL fuses.
The fast-blow glass fuses assortment kit with 360pcs fuses, including 12 types for both 5x20mm and 6x30mm fuses, and rating from 0.5A to 25A.Product Details Ask For Quote
The black bolt-down MIDI AMI fuse is available for systems up to 32 DC, rating current is 30 to 200A and is made with Tin-plated copper terminals.Product Details Ask For Quote
The MEGA fuse is available for systems up to 32V DC, rating current is 100 to 300A, and is ideal for battery and alternator protection applications.Product Details Ask For Quote
Standard (APR/ATC/ATO/ATS) car fuses are available for systems up to 32 volts DC, rating current is 1 to 40A and is made with zinc alloy.Product Details Ask For Quote
The low-profile cartridge fuse is available for 32 volts DC, with a rating current of 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, and 80A, and is made with copper and plastic.Product Details Ask For Quote