UL 248-9:2015 pdf download – Low-Voltage Fuses – Part 9: Class KFuses
UL 248-9:2015 pdf download – Low-Voltage Fuses – Part 9: Class KFuses.
This is the common UI. CSA. and ANCE Standard for Low-Voltage Fuses — Pail 9: Class K Fuses. This is the second edition of CANJCSA-C22.2 No. 248.9-00 (superseding the first edition, published in 1996), the second edition of UL 248-9, and the first edition of NMX-J-00924&9-2000-ANCE.
This Standard was prepared by a Technical Harmonization Committee comprised of members from
Underwriters Laboratories, CSA International. the National Association of Standardization and
Certification of the Electrical Sector, the end product manufacturers, and material suppliers. The efforts
and support of the members of the Technical Harmonization Committee are gratefully acknowledged.
The present Mexican Standard was developed by the TC 32 Fuses from the Comite de Nornializacion de Ia Asociacion de Normalizacon y Certiticacion. A.C., CONANCE. with the collaboration of the fuse manufacturers and users.
This Standard was reviewed by the CSA Subcommittee on Fuses and approved by the Technical
Committee on Industrial Products under the jurisdiction of the CSA Strategic Steering Committee on the
Requirements for Electrical Safety.
This Standard has been approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as an Amencan National Standard.
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8.4 Verification of operation at rated voltageFor AC – Part 1，Table 5
Test 1 – 50,000,100,000,or 200,000 A in accordance with the interrupting rating of the fuseTest 2 – Maximum energy
Test 4a – 100,000 A if less than the interrupting rating of the fuseTest 4b – 50,000 A if less than the interrupting rating of the fuseTest 5b – 2ln
Peak let-through current and clearing lPt recorded during Test 1.For Dc – Part 1,Table 6
Test 1 – Interrupting ratingTest 2 – Maximum energy
Test 5a-9 l, for time-delay fuses onlyTest 5c – 2 ln
8.5 Verification of peak let-through current and clearing l2t characteristics8.5.3 Acceptability of test results
Peak let-through current and clearing lPt values recorded shall not exceed the limits specified in Table A.9 Special Tests
9.1.1 Types of tests
For fuses with a low melting point “P”(“D”: for time delay) characteristic, one fuse of each body size shallbe tested.