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Description: What is the surest way of protecting your electrical system from power surges/ current overloads? The most applied method is the use of fuses such as the CF fuses. This category is considered one of the finger-safe options. This is one of the reasons why it is considered the top option in most industrial applications. The CF fuses have short-circuits and overload elements positioned separately to facilitate ample time delay for high inrush current loads. This makes CF fuses operation design to closely resemble CJ class fuses that delay action based on the current overload. Another notable feature of the CF fuses is that they have selective coordination that follows a ratio of 2:1. This means that the current is cut only for a short period to prevent extended downloads. The small footprint of CF fuses implies they only require very limited space. Some of the main applications of the CF fuses include electrical panelboards, finger-safe systems, and machinery disconnects
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