UL-listed 100-600-amp fuses

The fuses are suitable for applications that need Class L fuse dimensions with ampere ratings of less than 601. Plant and consulting engineers can use the fuses to comply with stringent OSHA regulations and NEC standards.

02/20/2008


A4BQ 100-600 fuses from Ferraz Shawmut aresolidating; and meeting arc flash mitigation needs. Specifying engineers have the flexibility to specify a single fuse for all new construction applications, and contractors can install and operate Class L service entrance equipment and switchgear on new or unfinished developments requiring less than 600 amps of load. For more about A4BQ fuses from Ferraz Shawmut, click here .





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