What is meant by H.R.C fuse?
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Answer / ranjan prasad
In electrical system fuse acts as protection device and
depending on application different type of fuse is to
select. Out of these different type of fuses HRC is also
one of the type and it stands for " High Rupting Capacity".
This type of fuses normally used where some delay is
acceptable for protecting the system.
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Answer / pradeep
High Rupture Capacity Fuse
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Answer / rajendran.m
High Repurting Capacity.
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Answer / rajesh kumar singh
H.R.C fuses means high rupturing capacity fuses.H.R.C fuses
acts as secondary protecting devices[back up
protection].primary protection is provided by Over Load
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Answer / sasadhar
High Rupturing Capacity Fuse.
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Answer / niranjan
High rupture capacity fuse
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Answer / anil
High Rupturing Fuse is also like Kit Kat Fuse which is used
to protect the cicuit but the main difference is,it has arc
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Answer / amit upadhyay dscl
HRC fuse is high rupturning fuse which is secondry
protecting device. inwhich uses a arc quiched powder who
absorbed the sound and arc when element of these fuse melted
in high current condition. these fuse uses in high voltage
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Answer / jaykaran gadhvi
it is stands for high rupturing capacity fuse.
it has a advantage of current limiting featur...so its used
for protection of contactors which may melt for higher
value of current...you can see the autometic starter of
motor has contactors.used for swiching..so fuse is
connected in series with it..after 2 to 3 operation..there
will no us of fuse...as it melts due to overheating...for
30 ka short circuit current..it limits to 10 ka
current.s.c..which is the rating of contactors
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