A fuse holder is a block or case into which fuses are inserted, simply to hold the fuse in place to fulfill its function. Fuse Holders have many shapes, colors, and sizes depending on where they need to be installed.
What types of fuse holders do you have?
Panel mount: The fuse holders are mounted on a panel, the head of the fuse holder is exposed. It’s easy to install or replace the fuse.
Base mount: The holder has mounting holes, and install it to the place by screws.
PCB Mount: The fuse holder is installed on PCB, usually with a cap.
Inline: a housing for a fuse with wire leads, usually for safety or waterproof purposes.
The fuse holders we supply can be matched with glass tubes (5X20mm, 6X30mm, and 10X38mm AGU fuse), ceramic fuses (5X20mm and 6X30mm), blade fuses (Mini Size, ATC Fuse, and MAXI Size) and ANL fuse.
Glass Fuse Holder
Glass fuse holders are a glass fuse accessory needed to integrate fuses that, due to their shape and size, cannot be dropped directly into a conductive path. The function of the fuse holder is to safely integrate the fuse into the circuit, ensuring a robust current path (voltage does not creep onto other components) and providing a means to replace the fuse if it manages an overcurrent event as intended.
Blade Fuses Holder
Blade fuse holders are wire-in, wire-out/line and load fuse holders. They are essentially a self-enclosed wire harness and offer a wide range of application flexibility. This type of fuse holder can allow easy fuse replacement or make fuses more difficult to access, depending on the designer's objective and where they are installed.