What should be the value of fusing factor?

Q.  What should be the value of fusing factor?
- Published on 17 Nov 15

a. Equal to zero
b. Equal to one
c. Less than one
d. More than one

ANSWER: Less than one
 

    Discussion

  • challenger allahabad   -Posted on 20 Jul 18
    F.F=minimum fusing current/current rating of fuse
    Its always more than one.
  • Sanjay   -Posted on 01 Jun 17
    fusing factor= 1.25
  • bhikhu   -Posted on 25 May 17
    Fusing factor value not fix its vareis types of fuse like
    Rewirable fuse- 2, carteidge- 1.45
  • Mallaiah B   -Posted on 22 Apr 17
    Fusing Factor is always >1. Because, It is the ratio of, Minimum fusing current to current rating of fuse.
  • FF= min fusing current/ I rating of fuse. Therefore always FF > 1.   -Posted on 22 Apr 17
    Fusing factor is the ratio of, Minimum fusing current to current rating of fuse.
  • Kamal lodh   -Posted on 16 Apr 17
    Anybody tell me ,plz what should be the fix value of fusing factor
  • Kamal lodh   -Posted on 16 Apr 17
    Fusing factor is always greater than 1.
  • neha singh   -Posted on 25 Feb 17
    fusing factor is always is greater than one . for copper , FF>2 FOR silver 1
  • SHAILENDRA PRATAP SINGH   -Posted on 24 Feb 17
    fussing factor always greater than 1
  • KRISH ARGADE   -Posted on 05 Feb 17
    value of fusing factor is always greater than one

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