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Enhance your circuit protection and reduce inventory

Save time and increase productivity while enhancing safety and simplifying inventory – all with Bussmann™ series Low-Peak™ fuses.

Our Low-Peak Upgrade program gets all this done in three simple steps.

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Bussmann series Fuseology handbook

This just-released technical guide provides insight into what can make your electrical system safer.

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Increase flexibility with one bolt hole pattern

Introducing Bussmann series 800 Vac compact NH size 1, 2 and 3 fuses for PV inverter system protection.

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The revolutionary Bussmann series Low-Peak CUBEFuse enables easier installation with industry-first plug-in capability.

Bussmann Fuseology handbook no. 10757

New Fuseology handbook>

Based on the 2017 NEC, this handbook is an introduction to understanding fuses and how they are applied for providing overcurrent protection.


Understanding Selective Coordination>

The NEC® 2014 defines two levels:
- Selective Coordination for all currents
  and times
- Coordination to 0.1 second
It's important to know the difference.


FuseFinder mobile app>

FuseFinder for Android and Apple devices delivers a comprehensive cross reference tool at your fingertips.


Published works>

Technical articles written by our team of experts that advance electrical safety and code compliance.


New, Bussmann series toolbox>

Device adaptive tools and resources for selecting fuses, surge protectors, calculating arcing and available fault currents, assembly SCCR and more.


New high speed fuse app guide>

Understand the dynamics in the specification and selection process, covering high speed fuse characteristics, performance data, and application in AC and DC systems.


New high speed fuse catalog>

Covers our extensive line of compact high speed fuses, full range UL Class J, round body North American, IGBT, ferrule, British Standard and square body fuses.

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