Fuses have a maximum amount of energy that can pass through them, if there is a sudden excess of energy, they break and the circuit stops. Thus preventing any further damage to our household appliances etc..
We wear clothes to protect us from cold,heat,insects, etc.
Most fuses work the same, they break the connection to the power source so that you don't receive a severe electric shock and die or that a fire doesn't start and you burn to death. The fuse helps protect you from a power surge or overheating.
A series connection will not work if one bulb fuses but in a parallel connection if one bulb fuses the rest will stay lit.
If it's cold, clothes keep us warm. If we need to be around sharp stuff, clothes offer a bit of protection. If we need to be out in intense sunlight, clothes protect against that too.
certain type of transformers or fuses
No. Parallel circuits are not fuses. Fuses can be used to protect parallel circuits.
They are fuses, they do what fuses do, protect electrical circuits.
Fuses protect circuit componentsNothing
Fuses don't operate anything,you do. fuses protect electrical circuits from overload
coat the contacts of the fuses in dielectric grease
During an electrical fault, be it a short circuit or circuit overload, fuses and breakers are designed to open at a specific amperage. This opening of either device eliminates a fire hazard before it gets a chance to start. This is how fuses and breakers protect the home.
You can touch one with it on. Fuses are fuses... they have a plastic outer shell to protect them, and if you touch that, it's not going to hurt anything.
Anyplace there is a need to protect the electrical wiring from an overload or short in the wiring.
Fuses and circuit breakers do not protect a person from electrocution. They are in the circuit to protect the feeder conductors from having over current applied to them. The only type of breaker that will protect you from getting a shock is a GFCI.The way that fuses and breakers stop household fires is by opening the fault current on the circuit before the fault temperature can rise high enough to ignite any surrounding combustible materials.
they protect the Fog electrical circuit from high electric current flow.As fuses protect circuit components from high electricity flowthat cause any circuit component hazard....
Fuses protect against overcurrent (too much current flow), however caused.
the marines protect us from the air