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Paul P
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      03-04-2009, 02:25 AM
I just bought a nice Soundcraft EPM6 mixer and see that it
has a T1AL-250v fuse. From searching on the net this seems
to be a very common fuse on electronic stuff coming out of
the UK.

I'm in North America and I can't find anyone on the net
that lists these fuses (tried Mouser, Allied, Radio Shack,
Digi-key etc). Nor can I find any conversion chart to
something equivalent. I can't even find a specification
for the fuse, even in the UK.

The mixer is new so I don't need a fuse right away but
would like to have one on hand. Can someone provide me
me an American equivalent to the T1AL fuse ? Thanks.

Paul P
 
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      03-04-2009, 03:16 AM
In article <(E-Mail Removed)>, Paul P <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>I just bought a nice Soundcraft EPM6 mixer and see that it
>has a T1AL-250v fuse. From searching on the net this seems
>to be a very common fuse on electronic stuff coming out of
>the UK.


If it's a 1A fuse 5mm around and 20mm long, look for an F1 or a GMA-1.
Your local auto parts store should have them.
--scott
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      03-04-2009, 02:39 PM
Fred <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>F1 = 1 Amp, Fast acting
>T1 = 1 Amp, Time delay (Slow Blow)
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>The OP needs a T1, not an F1. There are several varieties available with
>somewhat different
>characteristics, but any commonly available T1 rated fuse will work in his
>application.


Yeah, the auto parts stores won't have slow-blow fuses in stock, but
Digi-Key should. And Cain Electronics in Norfolk, VA definitely does.
--scott

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Paul P
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      03-04-2009, 05:03 PM

Thanks guys for your help. I just got a very quick answer back from
Littelfuse whom I should have asked before bothering you. The fuse
is indeed a 1 amp time delay 5x20 mm inline fuse.

So for the sake of future searchees the Littelfuse equivalent to the
T1AL-250v is 218001, available from Mouser, etc.

Paul P
 
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