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  1. Bel Power Solutions
10 February 2020

Bel Fuse-Circuit Protection Announces 0ZCM Series Expansion

Bel Fuse-Circuit Protection has announced the expansion of its 0ZCM Series of 0603 chip (package) size surface mount PPTC resettable fuses.

Bel Fuse-Circuit Protection, Bel group company, is a premier global fuse manufacturer.

Following the launch, Bel Fuse has become the only manufacturer with 10mA, 20mA and 30mA offerings in a compact form factor, which is also AEC-Q-compliant.

Features include an operating range of 50mA – 200mA, a maximum current of 40 A, a maximum voltage of 9-15 V DC, and an operating temperature of -40ºC to 85ºC.

The 0ZCM Series has low DCR resistance and fast trip time required for today’s modern automotive applications, as well as being highly suitable for game console ports, PDAs and digital cameras, streaming services, disk drives, CD-ROMs and other USB peripherals, as well as plug and play protection for motherboards.

The 0ZCM Series is RoHS 2-compliant, halogen-free and automotive AEC-Q200-compliant.

Agency approvals include TUV (Std. EN/IEC 60738-1-1; EN/IEC 60730-1) and UL Recognized Component (Std. UL1434).

The packaging is 4,000 pieces in tape and reel and product samples are available upon request.

The 0ZCM Series is in stock with Digi-Key, Mouser, Arrow, Heilind, Newark, Master Electronics, Farnell and Avnet EU.

Power in railway rolling stock originally involved traction, lighting and rudimentary signalling with typically raw 110VDC from the on-board batteries.
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