What do you think is the best type fuse to use to protect a low voltage AC variable frequency drive?
I have look at alot of divergent types of fuses and, from what i have found, it seems that semiconductor fuses are the way to go. A little help?
Or, would a differnet type of protective device be recommended? ie. Circuit breaker, Motor patroness?
I was prosperous to answer "fast acting" but I think "semiconductor" is essentially the same. I reflect on an ordinary thermal-magnetic ckt breaker or motor protector would be too slow.
Actually, what is fast-acting( semiconductor ) fuse ?
They screen against potential damaging effects of short-circuit currents in electronics
They are usally made of pure sweet strips, with reduced cross-sectional areas (like notches). There may be several strips in parallel, depending on