Current offering expanded

Schurter has sights set on automated assembly market with new ceramic fuse range

SCHURTER is now offering the UMT-H ceramic fuse, with its Time-Lag T characteristic, in a total of 26 rated currents between 160 mA and 50 A

The UMT-H SMD ceramic fuse covers a range from 160 mA to 50 A, at voltages of up to 277 VAC and 250 VDC. “This makes the cuboid fuse ideal for cost-efficient automated assembly,” says the company. “Its large solder pads ensure excellent heat dissipation.”

The UMT-H was specially developed for primary protection in industrial electronics at nominal voltages of up to 277 VAC. Additional areas of application are energy supply, medical technology and telecommunications, as well as e-mobility. New market developments show that currents of 40 A and 50 A are increasingly needed for battery-powered applications.

High inrush currents

The UMT-H is predestined for use in applications with high inrush currents (eg, motors), due to its Time-Lag T characteristic. Also, newer applications, which increasingly rely on powerful accumulators, often require slow tripping.

The UMT-H remains tight with most commercially available potting compounds, adds SCHURTER. “Therefore, this fuse is especially suitable for high demands. In addition, the high breaking capacity of 1500 A and the cap distance of >10 mm make the UMT-H the ideal choice for explosion protection.”

The UMT-H SMD ceramic fuse covers a range from 160 mA to 50 A, at voltages of up to 277 VAC and 250 VDC.
The UMT-H SMD ceramic fuse covers a range from 160 mA to 50 A, at voltages of up to 277 VAC and 250 VDC.

SCHURTER Ltd

29 Stocklake Industrial Estate
Pembroke Road
Aylesbury
HP20 1DB
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0) 1296 319 000

sales.uk@schurter.com

www.schurter.com

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