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kynix

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I am an electronic engineer in the field of resettable fuses and my work is working on various different resettable fuses. In recent days I am looking for a type of resettable fuse that can be recyclably used, but finally I don't find it. Today I come to this forum to turn to you to recommend me one resettable fuses that can meet my needs. 

Here are my personal understandings:

Today's air switch with overcurrent protection is the shadow of such things, he is the use of electromagnetic torque to open the latch lever, the release of a form of conductive contacts, and now a lot of socket board attached to the manual reset insurance.
If you need special current protection of this type of insurance, you can open the 1p20A air switch to rewrite the internal current coil to meet the requirements so far.

Ps: Excuse me if I was wrong in words or expressions as I am a green hand in the field of resettable fuse. I need continual learnings.

What is your idea ? Do you agree with my ideas ? Any of your ideas would be highly appreciated.

May someone would like to help ?

thanks in advance


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kynix

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Others say that MF-VS210-0 is good, but compared to its functions, it is not really good as others think. What do you think ? I would like to listen to others' advice.
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I've never used re-settable fuses, I wondered if it was some kind of contactor, but looking it up it seems like it is very simple, just a strip. So Im curious how it works, and how one resets it!
https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/bourns-inc/MF-VS210-0/MF-VS210-0-ND/3193313
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kynix

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thanks for your fast reply. I have been seriously considering about this question, how it works. But now I don't see it. So I come to this forum to turn to you to listen to what you thought and then rethink it again, then turn out the final conclusion. 
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kynix

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Yes that is the item others recommended me, but I don't exactly know how it works and what functions it does play in detail. 
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josephpx

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As an electronic engineer u should know electrical equipment works when there's a potential difference between the lines.when a fuse is activated high potential is removed and reconnected when the status changed.normally it's done manually or by utilising the property of some materials or by some other parameters of electricity and hardwares.I want to know from u that in which feild u are interested to do your research.
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kynix

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thanks for your fast reply. I am interested in resettable fuse and I decide to become an electronic engineer in resettable fuses. thanks for your comment again.
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