Fusible & Flame-Proof Type
The resistor element is a resistive wire which is wound in a single layer on a ceramic rod, with tinned connecting wires of electrolytic copper welded to the end-caps. The ends of the resistive wire are connected to the caps by welding. The resistors are coated with layers of green color flame-proof lacquer. Overload protection without risk of fire. Wide range of overload currents.