An auto insurance is a device used in electrical circuits to protect the circuit in case of overcurrent, short circuit or fault conditions. Self-operating fuses break the circuit more quickly and safely than conventional fuses and are designed to prevent damage.
What is an auto insurance? Automatic fuses use a triggering mechanism that is directly proportional to the current values in the circuit. If the current flowing through the circuit exceeds a certain value, the triggering mechanism breaks the circuit, preventing the overcurrent from continuing. Automatically functioning fuses can use magnetic, thermal or electromagnetic effects to detect current exceeding a certain value.
The magnetic effect activates the tripping mechanism using the magnetic field of the current passing through the circuit. The thermal effect uses the heating caused by the current flowing through the circuit to activate the triggering mechanism. The electromagnetic effect allows the magnetic field created by the alternating currents in the circuit to activate the triggering mechanism.
Automatic fuses are devices used to protect the circuit in case of overcurrent, short circuit or fault in electrical circuits. These devices are widely used thanks to their fast response time, high protection level and easy operation. You can contact us to meet your self-actuating fuse requirements in the most suitable way.