DIN Type Fuse Link
NH fuses (also known as NH Knife Blade Fuses or DIN NH Blade Fuses) were defined in the German DIN standard 43620 around 1944. They were primarily designed as general purpose fuses for the protection of conductors, inductors and capacitors. They have a steep time curve that is slower than normal safetyline fuses and can be easily recognized by its light blue tinting.
DIN Type Fuse Link is a safety device used on branch circuits. It helps to connect the protectors and disconnectors together and thus provide protection for electrical power circuits. The DIN Type Fuse Link is manufactured by many companies around the world, such as Megger and many others.
The Din Type Fuse Link is a high quality, wire-wound fusible link that combines great performance with a timeless design. The Din Type Fuse Link provides the low profile and compact feature that modern circuit protection needs.
NH fuses were primarily designed as general purpose fuses for the protection of conductors. NH fuses are sensitive to dry surfaces, and they are not used in circuits that are sensitive to moisture and water.