- Time-delay, nonindicating UL Class CC fuses tolerate temporary inrush currents without opening, which prevents nuisance-blowing from motor and equipment startups. Also called slow-blow Class CC fuses, they open to disconnect an electrical circuit when exposed to sustained loads and short circuits. They have no indicator for identifying a blown fuse, so they're sometimes used with an indicating fuse block or cover. Series LP-CC, ATDR, and CCMR fuses protect small motors and branch-circuit components. Series FNQ-R, ATQR, and KLDR handle inductive loads from devices such as control transformers and solenoids.
- Fast-acting, nonindicating UL Class CC fuses open within seconds of being exposed to overloads and short circuits. These series KTK-R, KLKR, and ATMR fuses are commonly found in appliances, integrated circuits, control circuits, control circuit transformers, and other equipment with specific current-limitation requirements. Also called fast-blow Class CC fuses, they are highly sensitive to changes in current flow and don't tolerate temporary overload currents or power surges. They have no indicator for identifying a blown fuse, so they're sometimes used with an indicating fuse block or cover.
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