High-voltage current limit fuse for transformer protection

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It can be used in indoor system of 50Hz and rated voltage of 12kV. Used together with other switch facilities such as loading switches, vacuum contactors, it can protect electric transformers and other electric facilities against overloading or short circuit, It is also a necessary accessory for high- voltage switch box, circular circuit cabinet, high/low voltage top - loading transformer substation.

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