UL 248-12:2011 pdf download – Low-Voltage Fuses – Part 12: Class R Fuses
UL 248-12:2011 pdf download – Low-Voltage Fuses – Part 12: Class R Fuses.
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This Part applies to Class R fuses rated 600 A ci less and either 250 or 600 V ac. DC ratings are optional.
Class R fuses are non-renewable and current-limiting, with an interrupting rating of 200,000 A. Class R fuses are divided into sub-classes RKI and RK5 and are physically interchangeable for me same current and voltage ratings. Class RK1 fuses have lower specthed maximum peak let-through current and clearing 12t characteristics. Each of the voltage ratings, 250 and 600 V ac, is divided into six body sizes. The maximum current rating, In, for each size Is specified in this Standard. Time-delay ratings are optional.
52 Voltage rating
Fix AC, the rating shall be 250 or 600 V ac in accordance with dimensions shown in Figures A and B.
The DC voltage rating may be different from the AC rating.
5.3 Current rating
Refer to Figure A for range of current ratings in each body size for each voltage rating.
5.5 Interrupting rating
For AC, 200,000 A, or 300,000 A at the manufacturers option (300.000 not applicable in Mexico),
For DC. the preterred ratings are 10.000. 20.000, 50,000, 100.000, 150.000, 200,000, or 300,000A.
5.6 Peak let-through current and clearing 12t characteristics
Maximum values ol peak tet-through current and clearing 12t Class RK1 and Class RK5 fuses are given in Table A (see L5.3). Peak let.through currents shall not exceed the levels defined by the appropriate Let Through Function specified in Table A, as verified through measurement of peak let-through currents at 25. 50. 100, 200. and, it applicable, 300 kA.
Clearing 12t values recorded shall not exceed the limits specified in Table A as verified through measurement of cleanng l2t values at 25, 50. 100, 200, and. if applicable, 300 kA.