The ATM, ATC and MAX blade fuses are commonly used in most domestic and imported cars today. All Cooper Bussmann blade fuses meet or exceed OEM and SAE standards.
Now, a drop-in replacement is available for low-voltage applications up to 80 amps that can benefit from open fuse indication. The Cooper Bussmann line of easyID illuminating blade fuses and holders use Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology to show that a fuse has opened, making them easy to spot in fuse panels tucked up under dark dashboards.
The ATM, ATC® and Maxi® fuses use the same universal color-coding as traditional non-illuminating fuses. Illuminating fuse holders allow adding circuits with easyID, but use regular ATM and ATC blade fuses.
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Following on the popularity and wide application of ATM fuses for late-model OEM vehicles, the easy ID illuminating ATM fuse line is available in popular ATM amp ratings with packaging that’s designed for easy retail selling.
BP/ATM-AID Fuse Assortment
Contains one each of 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 amp easy ID illuminating ATM fuses
ATM-ID-SK Service Kit
Contains six each of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 amp easy ID illuminating ATM fuses. Ideal for fleet maintenance departments.
|2 Fuse Blister Pack||10 Fuse Value Pack||50 Fuse Bulk Pack|
Introduced in the late '70s, ATC blade fuses are widely used by automotive OEMs. With a large installed base, the Cooper Bussmann® ATC easyID illuminating fuse line has great selling potential with popular ATC amp ratings in packaging that’s designed for easy retail selling.
BP/ATC-AID Fuse Assortment
Contains one each of 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 amp easyID illuminating ATC fuses
ATC-ID-SK Service Kit
Contains seven each of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 amp easyID illuminating ATC fuses. Ideal for fleet maintenance departments.
|2 Fuse Blister Pack*||10 Fuse Value Pack*||50 Fuse Bulk Pack|
Used for protecting circuits in wiring harnesses (usually found under the hood, in a fuse panel or supplementary panel near the battery) Maxi Fuses are finding increased popularity in domestic cars and some import models. Current OEM applications range up to 60 amps, but some aftermarket accessories (such as high-end stereos) require protection up to 80 amps. The Cooper Bussmann® easyID Maxi illuminating fuse line is a sure seller for the high amp circuit protection market.
|1 Fuse Blister Pack*|
Introduced in the early '90s, ATM fuses are quickly growing in popularity for late-model OEM applications. ATM fuses use the same universal color-coding as ATC style. Cooper Bussmann ATM fuses feature an enclosed element offering protection against shocks and sparks, plus corrosion resistance for longer service life.
|Part No. (Amps)||Traditional Pack*||Reload*||Blister Pack**||Tri-Lingual Pack**||Value Pack***|
* 10 Fuses per package.
** 5 Fuses per package.
*** 25 Fuses per package.
This is a low profile version of the ATM fuse using the same ratings and universal color-coding as ATM and ATC style fuses.
|Part No. (Amps)||Blister Pack*|
*5 Fuses per package
ATC Blade fuses were introduced in the late '70s, and are still widely used by automotive OEMs. Cooper Bussmann ATC products use the industry's universal color-coding to indicate amp rating. Cooper Bussmann ATC fuses feature an enclosed element - offering protection against shocks and sparks, plus corrosion resistance for longer service life.
|Part No. (Amps)||Traditional Pack||Reload*||Blister Pack**||Tri-Lingual Blister**||Value Pack*|
* 25 Fuses per package.
** 5 Fuses per package.
Maxi Fuses are used to protect
circuits in the wiring harness - usually found under the hood, in a fuse panel or supplementary panel near the battery. Primarily used in domestic cars, MAX fuses also have some applications in imported models. OEM applications currently range up to 60 amps, however, some aftermarket accessories (such as high-end stereos) require protection up to 80 amps.
|Part No. (Amps)||Traditional Pack||Blister Pack*||Tri-Lingual Blister*|
*1 Fuse per package.
Below are the color codes denoting the amp ratings for ATM, low-profile ATM, ATC and MAX blade fuses.