Thermal-links - Requirements and application guide
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IEC 60691:2023 RLV
NOTE 1 The equipment is not designed to generate heat.
NOTE 2 The effectiveness of the protection against excessive temperatures logically depends upon the position and method of mounting of the thermal-link, as well as upon the current which it is carrying.
This document may be applicable to thermal-links for use under conditions other than indoors, provided that the climatic and other circumstances in the immediate surroundings of such thermal-links are comparable with those in this standard.
This document may be applicable to thermal-links in their simplest forms (e.g. melting strips or wires), provided that molten materials expelled during function cannot adversely interfere with the safe use of the equipment, especially in the case of hand-held or portable equipment, irrespective of its position.
|Publication type||International Standard|
|TC/SC||TC 32/SC 32C - Miniature fusesrss|
|ICS||29.120.50 - Fuses and other overcurrent protection devices|
|File size||5082 KB|
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