Road vehicles — Fuse-links — Part 2: User guidelines
ISO 8820-2:2014 gives guidance for the choice and application of automotive fuse-links which are defined in the other parts of the ISO 8820 series. It describes the various parameters which have to be taken into account when selecting fuse-links.
Fuse-links according to ISO 8820 are intended for electrical cable protection. If these types of fuse-links are to be used for electrical component protection, it should be agreed between customer and supplier.
ISO 8820-2:2014 is intended to be used in conjunction with the other parts of ISO 8820.
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