- What size Fuze do I need?
- What are 5 amp fuses used for?
- Can I replace a 13a fuse with a 5a fuse?
- How many watts can a 100 amp fuse handle?
- How many watts can a 40 amp fuse handle?
- What size fuse should I use for LED lights?
- How do I know what size fuse to use?
- What fuse should I use?
- How do you size a 12v fuse?
- How many watts can a 5 amp fuse take?
- Can I put a 13a fuse in a 3a?

## What size Fuze do I need?

The fuse rating should lie somewhere between these two values to allow normal operation but blow on overload.

For example, if the normal expected current draw is 10A and the cable size is 25A, then a fuse rated at 15A would be appropriate..

## What are 5 amp fuses used for?

Some circuits in older houses might contain Fuse Wire instead of Fuses. If this is the case in your house, you should use 5 amp wire for a lighting circuit, 15 amp for an immersion heater circuit, 30 amp wire for a ring main or cooker circuit (for cookers up to 12 kw).

## Can I replace a 13a fuse with a 5a fuse?

not it’s not. the device can’t take more than 5A that’s why it has a 5A fuse. if you put a 13A fuse in the device might take upto 13A before the fuse blows and more than likely you’ll fry it.

## How many watts can a 100 amp fuse handle?

19,200 wattsIn other words, a 100-amp electrical service should be expected to provide no more than 19,200 watts of power load at any given time.

## How many watts can a 40 amp fuse handle?

This calculation will tell you how much power the amplifier could output when it is receiving the maximum power from your vehicle’s electrical system. For example, if an amplifier has a single 40-amp fuse, you would multiply 40 by 14.4 to get 576-watts.

## What size fuse should I use for LED lights?

75mm is good for about 7.5 amps max. I generally like to have at least 100% extra rating so a 3 amp fuse max is what i would use. This should be plenty for 4 leds. If you have working leds but blow a 10A fuse i think your wiring needs checking and you will probably find your fuse is directly across the battery.

## How do I know what size fuse to use?

B Calculate MINIMUM FUSE AMPERAGE by multiplying product amperage rating by 125%. Minimum fuse amperage provides more protection for the wire but may result in nuisance blows. Example: 80A x 125% = 100A. C Choose FUSE AMPERAGE near the middle of this range.

## What fuse should I use?

Plugs for appliances rated between about 700 watts and 3000 watts (the maximum rating of a wall socket) should be fitted with a 13-amp fuse (coloured brown). For example: 13A Fuse – Washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster, iron.

## How do you size a 12v fuse?

Find the size of fuse by multiplying the amps required by the device (2) by 1.5. 2×1.25 = 2.5 then we will round up to the nearest fuse size (in multiples of 5 amps) which would call for a 5 amp fuse.

## How many watts can a 5 amp fuse take?

1150 WattsIf your lighting circuit at home is protected by a typical 5 amp fuse you can multiply this by the voltage to get 1150 Watts.

## Can I put a 13a fuse in a 3a?

For an appliance rated as 700W or less, a 3A fuse should be fitted. For appliances above 700W, a 13A fuse should be fitted. … BS1363 has standardised on just two preferred fuse ratings, 3A and 13A, however any fuse rating up to 13A can still be used.