Mini-Jeep Grille with Head lights & Marker Lights
The back side
The back side
The backstory or narrative is a guy bought a surplus military JeepThe phone dial LED headlamps ruin the authenticity, imo.
If they're plastic lens covers, I'd sand them, or hit them with solvent, to hide the LEDs.
Hey Floyd,littlefuse has some 58Vmini blade fuses, most 12V fuses are rated 32V
Well, I do enjoy a good Bon-fire every now & thenYeah - I wouldn't use 12V on a 50VDC circuit, unless you enjoy bonfires.
32VDC is the arc stopping rating. In other words The arc might still complete the circuit even if the fuse is blown leading to possible fire , damaged electrical components, etc.Any idea why the rating, for 12VDC fuses, would "stop" at 32V?
Hey Floyd,32VDC is the arc stopping rating. In other words The arc might still complete the circuit even if the fuse is blown leading to possible fire , damaged electrical components, etc.
Just like Circuit breakers are rated for voltages as well as in amps.
Hey Remy,As was stated, the design of the arc break is different to achieve current interruption within the rated time for the fuse to open.
The question was & still is "how did I get away with it"Yes, of course you can "get away with it" - like with all sloppy practice, but it can bite you in the ass someday.
You never should go outside device ratings on safety items. Nor should you apply them in unintended ways (fuses in parallel). It's negligent if you're aware you did.
It's all fine until it's not.