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Many devices using motors or solenoid drivers require fuses to be included in the circuits in order to prevent damage to these components should a circuit failure occur.
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Many devices using motors or solenoid drivers require fuses to be included
in the circuits in order to prevent damage to these components should a circuit
Referring to the figure, a fuse holder module 10 is shown having a plurality of
receptacles 12 adapted for having fuses 14 inserted therein. Fuses 14 may be
soldered or compression-fitted into holders 12. Each of the holders 12 is
electrically connected to a pin 16. The holders 12 and pins 16 are arranged so
that eight fuses 14 can be placed on fuse holder 10. The pins 16 are further
arranged so that they are adapted to being fitted into a conventional 16-pin dual
in-line package (DIP) socket used on the circuit board containing the remainder
of the electronics.
Using a fuse holder such as shown in the figure allows a substantial number
of fuses to be placed in the circuit in a very limited amount of space. At the same
time, the fuses are easily accessible for changing should that become necessary.
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