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What FT means in an SMD fuse?

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Yuki, Oct 30, 2007.

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  1. Yuki

    Yuki Guest

    I have to replace one with FT engraved on it, size is 1206.
  2. Arfa Daily

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  3. Adrian C

    Adrian C Guest

    Yuki asked:
    The noise it makes when it blows!!!
  4. G

    G Guest

    Then a slow blowing would be FFT or FFFT

  5. Yuki

    Yuki Guest


    I'd found a spec sheet from Littelfuse that uses TF (instead of FT) for a 500mA
    slow fuse but not sure if the markings mean the same in all manufacturers.
  6. N Cook

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    N Cook Guest

  8. Yuki

    Yuki Guest

  9. Ross Herbert

    Ross Herbert Guest

  10. Yuki

    Yuki Guest

    The cause is known, it was a nasty electrical storm with several direct hits in
    phone and power poles. A lot of phone line connected equipment was killed that

    I have fixed this problem before but with proper labeled fuses in the board.

    Now my problem is sourcing it for a reasonable cost as I'm far from decent
    component stores. I somebody can suggest a supplier I'm located in southern
  11. You could solder leads on a glass tube fuse and use that to replace it. That
    should be much easier to find than a SMD fuse. DSL Modems usually have
    extra room inside so space shouldn't be a problem.

  12. Ross Herbert

    Ross Herbert Guest

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