Circuit Thermal Protection Circuit Protection Thermal Cutoffs(TCO)/Micro Chip Fuse Certificated Products by industry Organizations Products Catalog (Fuses)

Circuit Thermal Protection Circuit Protection Thermal Cutoffs(TCO)/Micro Chip Fuse Certificated Products by industry Organizations Products Catalog (Fuses)

2015.5

industrial.panasonic.com/

2015

CATALOG

Fuses

Fuses CONTENTS

Product Item

Thermal Cutoffs (TCO) /

Thermal-links

Micro Chip Fuse

Features

Safety Precautions (Common precautions for fuses)

EYP2BN

EYP1BF

Small and Insulation Type

EYP05BE

EYP2BH

Thin Type

Fast-acting and withstanding in-rush current characteristics

EYP2MP

EYP4MU

ERBRD

ERBRE

ERBRG

Part Number

All products in this catalog comply with the RoHS Directive.

The RoHS Directive is “the Directive (2011/65/EU) on the Restriction of the Use of Certain

Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment “ and its revisions.

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Safety Precautions (Common precautions for Fuses)

• When using our products, no matter what sort of equipment they might be used for, be sure to make a written agreement on the specifications with us in advance. The design and specifications in this catalog are subject to change without prior notice.

• Do not use the products beyond the specifications described in this catalog.

• This catalog explains the quality and performance of the products as individual components. Before use, check and evaluate its operations when installed in your products.

vehicles (automobile, train, vessel), traffic lights, medical equipment, aerospace equipment, electric heating appliances, combustion/gas equipment, rotating equipment, and disaster/crime prevention equipment.

✽ Systems equipped with a protection circuit and a protection device

✽ Systems equipped with a redundant circuit or other system to prevent an unsafe status in the event of a sin gle fault

(1) Precautions for use

(e.g. AV equipment, home electric appliances, office equipment, information and communication equipment)

• These products are not intended for use in the following special conditions. Before using the products, carefully check the effects on their quality and performance, and determine whether or not they can be used.

1. In liquid, such as water, oil, chemicals, or organic solvent

2. In direct sunlight, outdoors, or in severe dust condition

3. In salty air or air with a high concentration of corrosive gas, such as Cl

2

, H

2

S, NH

3

, SO

2

, or NO

2

4. Electric Static Discharge (ESD) Environment

These components are sensitive to static electricity and can be damaged under static shock (ESD).

Please take measures to avoid any of these environments.

Smaller components are more sensitive to ESD environment.

5. Electromagnetic Environment

Avoid any environment where strong electromagnetic waves exist.

6. In an environment where these products cause dew condensation

7. Sealing or coating of these products or a printed circuit board on which these products are mounted, with resin or other materials

• These products generate Joule heat when energized. Carefully position these products so that their heat will not affect the other components (except Thermal Cutoffs).

• Carefully position these products so that their temperatures will not exceed the category temperature range due to the effects of neighboring heat-generating components. Do not mount or place heat-generating components or inflammables, such as vinyl-coated wires, near these products (except Thermal Cutoffs).

• Note that non-cleaning solder, halogen-based highly active flux, or water-soluble flux may deteriorate the performance or reliability of the products.

• Carefully select a flux cleaning agent for use after soldering. An unsuitable agent may deteriorate the performance or reliability. In particular, when using water or a water-soluble cleaning agent, be careful not to leave water residues. Otherwise, the insulation performance may be deteriorated.

(2) Precautions for storage

The performance of these products, including the solderability, is guaranteed for a year from the date of ar riv al at your company, provided that they remain packed as they were when delivered and stored at a tem per a ture of 5 °C to 35 °C and a relative humidity of 45 % to 85 %.

The performance of Thermal Cutoffs is guaranteed for a year after our delivery, provided that they are stored at a temperature of -10 °C to +40 °C and a relative humidity of 30 % to 75 %.

Even within the above guarantee periods, do not store these products in the following conditions. Otherwise, their electrical performance and/or solderability may be deteriorated, and the packaging materials (e.g. taping materials) may be deformed or deteriorated, resulting in mounting failures.

1. In salty air or in air with a high concentration of corrosive gas, such as Cl

2

, H

2

S, NH

3

, SO

2

, or NO

2

2. In direct sunlight

This is all for the common precautions. Also refer to the "CAUTION AND WARNING" section located on the back of the front cover of this catalog and precautions for individual products shown in the sub se quent pages.

<Package markings>

Package markings include the product number, quantity, and country of origin.

In principle, the country of origin should be indicated in English.

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Thermal Cutoffs (TCO)

Thermal Cutoffs (TCO)/

Thermal-links

EYP

Series:

N

Series:

F

Series:

E

Series:

H

Series:

MP

Series:

MU

Features

Small and Insulation Type

TCO is compact and insulated, featuring quick temperature response, and mountable in a small space without

insulation or protection.

High Reliability

TCO opens reliably when the equipment becomes abnormal, and is not resettable.

Solid Structure

Uniquely formed lead provides reliable TCO connection and provides easy assembly handling. (Axial lead type only)

Thick is less than 0.8 mm (MP series), available for spot welding (MP and MU series)

Thin Type

Halogen-free (Thin type MP and MU series)

The thin type fuses with a part number listed in this catalog contain no halogen other than any that may exist as an impurity.

RoHS compliant

Approved Safety Standards

(Japan) : Approved by JET

UL, C-UL (U.S.A.)

: E60271

:

VDE (Germany) □□□□

C

CCC (China)

See Ratings in details.

□□□□

:

□□

Recommended Applications

Transformers, Solenoids, Ventilation fans, Electric fans, Small electric motors, Driers, Gas home appliances, Fluorescent lights, Electric shavers, Adaptors, Heating devices, ICs, Batteries, etc. The TCO can also be used for overheating protection.

Construction

Axial lead type (N, F and E series)

Sealant (Epoxy resin)

Fusible alloy (Pb·Cd free)

Radial lead type (H series)

Fusible alloy

(Pb·Cd free)

Special resin

(Flux)

Insulating case

(Ceramic)

Insulating case(Ceramic)

Special resin

(Flux)

Special formed lead wire

(Tin plating copper)

Sealant

(Epoxy resin)

Lead wire

(Tin plating copper)

Thin type (MP and MU series)

✽ Thin type is not to be soldered.

Insulating film

Special resin (Flux)

Fusible alloy (Pb·Cd free)

Terminal (Ni or Ni plating)

Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.

Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.

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Thermal Cutoffs (TCO)

Ratings

N series

Part No.

EYP2BN082

EYP2BN099

EYP2BN109

EYP2BN110

EYP2BN127

EYP2BN134

EYP2BN143

Type No. of

Approved

Standards

N082

N099

N109

N110

N127

N134

N143

Rated

Functioning

Temp. : Tf

✽1

(°C)

86

102

115

134

139

145

Functioning

Temp.

(°C)

82±2

98

110

+4

–3

114 110±3

+3

–2

129±4

135±3

141±2

✽2

Electrical Rating Maximum

Operating

AC/

DC

Volt.

(V)

Amp.

(A)

Temp.

✽3

(°C)

Holding

Temp. : Th

✽4

Maximum

Temp.

Limit : Tm

✽5

(°C) (°C)

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 4

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 4

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 5

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 5

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 4

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 6

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 6

60

52

45

65

60

55

80

76

65

80

76

65

90

75

65

100

85

60

110

105

80

74

90

86

74

100

90

80

110

100

70

120

115

90

60

56

50

75

70

65

90

86

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

Approved Safety

Standards

UL CSA VDE BEAB CCC

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○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

Note: (1) For long lead types add the letter “L” at the end op the part number.

(2) The information of the Approved Safety Standards is furnished as of Jun. 2010.

Approved Safety Standards File No. UL:E60271, CSA:1687496(LR67163), VDE:481106-1171-0001, BEAB:C1144, CCC:2011010205464841

F series

Part No.

EYP1BF101

EYP1BF115

EYP1BF134

EYP1BF138

EYP1BF145

Type No. of

Approved

Standards

F101

F115

F134

F138

F145

Rated

Functioning

Temp. : Tf

✽1

(°C)

102

115

134

139

145

Functioning

Temp.

(°C)

98±3

110

129

+3

–2

+4

–3

135±3

141±2

✽2

Electrical Rating Maximum

Operating

AC/

DC

Volt.

(V)

Amp.

(A)

Temp.

✽3

(°C)

AC 250 1

AC 125 2

DC 50 3.5

AC 250 1

AC 125 2

DC 50 4

AC 250 1

AC 125 2

DC 50 4

AC 250 1

AC 125 2

DC 50 5

AC 250 1

AC 125 2

DC 50 5

65

60

55

80

76

70

90

85

65

100

90

65

110

110

80

Holding

Temp. : Th

✽4

Maximum

Temp.

Limit : Tm

✽5

(°C) (°C)

75

70

65

90

90

80

105

100

80

110

105

70

125

125

95

200

200

200

200

200

Approved Safety

Standards

UL

C-UL

CSA VDE BEAB CCC

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○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

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○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

Note: (1) For long lead types add the letter “L” at the end op the part number.

(2) The information of the Approved Safety Standards is furnished as of Jun. 2010.

Approved Safety Standards File No. UL/C-UL:E60271, CSA:1709436(LR67163), VDE:481106-1171-0003, BEAB:C1133, CCC:2011010205464842

Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.

Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.

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Thermal Cutoffs (TCO)

Ratings

E series

Type No. of

Approved

Standards

Rated

Functioning

Temp. : Tf

✽1

(°C)

Functioning

Temp.

✽2

(°C)

Electrical Rating Maximum

Operating

AC/

DC

Volt.

(V)

Amp.

(A)

Temp.

✽3

(°C)

Holding

Temp. : Th

✽4

Maximum

Temp.

Limit : Tm

✽5

(°C) (°C)

AC 250 0.5

AC 125 1.5

DC 50 3

AC 250 0.5

AC 125 1.5

DC 50 3

AC 250 0.5

AC 125 1.5

DC 50 3

AC 250 0.5

AC 125 1.5

DC 50 4

AC 250 0.5

AC 125 1.5

DC 50 5

70

100

95

65

110

105

80

65

60

55

80

76

70

90

85

85

115

110

80

125

125

95

75

70

65

95

93

84

105

100

Approved Safety

Standards

Part No.

EYP05BE101

EYP05BE115

EYP05BE134

EYP05BE138

EYP05BE145

E101

E115

E134

E138

E145

102

115

134

139

145

98±3

110±2

129

+4

–3

135±3

141±2

200

200

200

200

200

UL

C-UL

CSA VDE BEAB CCC

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○ ○ ○ ○

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○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

Note: (1) For long lead types add the letter “L” at the end op the part number.

(2) The information of the Approved Safety Standards is furnished as of Jun. 2010.

Approved Safety Standards File No. UL/C-UL:E60271, CSA:1709439(LR67163), VDE:481106-1171-0002, BEAB:C1139, CCC:2011010205464843

H series

Part No.

EYP2BH101

EYP2BH115

EYP2BH134

EYP2BH138

EYP2BH145

Type No. of

Approved

Standards

H101

H115

H134

H138

H145

Rated

Functioning

Temp. : Tf

✽1

(°C)

102

115

134

139

145

Functioning

Temp.

(°C)

98±3

110±2

129

+4

–3

135±3

141±2

✽2

Electrical Rating Maximum

Operating

AC/

DC

Volt.

(V)

Amp.

(A)

Temp.

✽3

(°C)

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 3.5

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 3.5

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 3.5

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 3.5

AC 250 2

AC 125 3

DC 50 4.5

65

60

55

80

76

74

90

70

65

100

80

75

110

100

85

Holding

Temp. : Th

✽4

Maximum

Temp.

Limit : Tm

✽5

(°C) (°C)

75

70

65

90

86

84

95

85

80

105

95

90

125

115

100

200

200

200

200

200

Approved Safety

Standards

UL

C-UL

CSA VDE BEAB CCC

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○ ○ ○ ○

○ ○ ○ ○

Note: (1) The information of the Approved Safety Standards is furnished as of Jun. 2010.

Approved Safety Standards File No. UL/C-UL:E60271, CSA:1709435(LR67163), VDE:481106-1171-0004, BEAB:C1140, CCC:2011010205464844

Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.

Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.

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Ratings

MP series

Part No.

EYP2MP092AFT

EYP2MP098AFT

Rated

Functioning

Temp. : Tf

✽1

(°C)

92

98

Functioning

Temp.

✽2

(°C)

88

+3

–4

94

+3

–2.5

AC/

DC

DC

DC

Electrical Rating

Volt.

(V)

32

32

Amp.

(A)

2

2

Note: (1) The information of the Approved Safety Standards is furnished as of Jun. 2010.

Approved Safety Standards File No. UL:E60271

Maximum

Operating

Temp.

✽3

(°C)

Holding

Temp. : Th

✽4

(°C)

Maximum

Temp.

Limit : Tm

✽5

(°C)

55

60

60

65

135

135

Approved

Safety

Standards

UL

MU series

Part No.

Rated

Functioning

Temp. : Tf

✽1

(°C)

Functioning

Temp.

✽2

(°C)

Electrical Rating

EYP4MU092GFD 92 89

+3

–4

AC/

DC

DC

Volt.

(V)

32

Amp.

(A)

4

Note: (1) The information of the Approved Safety Standards is furnished as of Jun. 2010.

Approved Safety Standards File No. UL:E60271

Maximum

Operating

Temp.

✽3

(°C)

Holding

Temp. : Th

✽4

(°C)

Maximum

Temp.

Limit : Tm

✽5

(°C)

55 55 135

Approved

Safety

Standards

UL

✽1 Rated Functioning Temperature (Tf)

The temperature at which a TCO changes its state of conductivity to open circuit with loading detection current only.

Tolerance; ; ±7 °C

UL,CSA,VDE, BEAB, CCC;

0

–10

°C

✽2 Functioning Temperature (Fusing-off temperature)

The functioning temperature at which a TCO changes its state of conductivity to open circuit in the ambient air oven which increases temperature by 1 °C per minute and with loading the detective current 0.1 A or less.

✽3 Maximum Operating Temperature

The maximum temperature at which a TCO can be maintained while conducting rated current for 1000 h.

For details please refer to specification.

✽4 Holding Temperature (Th)

The maximum temperature at which a TCO can be maintained while conducting rated current for 168 h which will not cause a change in state of conductivity to open circuit.

✽5 Maximum Temperature Limit (Tm)

The maximum temperature at which a TCO can maintains its mechanical and electrical properties with minutes after a TCO has changed its state of conductivity.

Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.

Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.

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Thermal Cutoffs (TCO)

Dimensions in mm (not to scale)

Axial lead type l

L l

f

D1

Dimensions (mm)

L

0D 0D1 k 0d

N Series 9.0±1.0 2.5±0.2 3 max. 38±3 (

✽78±3) 0.60±0.05

F Series 6.0±1.0 1.85

+0.20

–0.15

2.2 max. 38±3 (

✽68±3) 0.53±0.02

E Series 5.0±0.5 1.5±0.1 1.8 max. 38±3 (

✽68±3) 0.53±0.02

(

✽) For long lead types add the letter “L” at the end op the part number.

Thin type

EYP2MP

◻◻◻AFT

A

E B

G

J

D (H)

C

Radial lead type

B L

fd

Dimensions (mm)

A B C L

0d

H Series 5.0±0.5

4.0±0.5

2.2±0.3

55±3 0.53±0.02

EYP4MU

◻◻◻GFD

A

(G)

J

D (H)

N E B

C

A

EYP2MP

◻◻◻AFT

24.5±0.5

EYP4MU

◻◻◻GFD

26.5±0.5

B C D

2.7±0.2

0.64±0.15

4.2±0.5

Dimensions (mm)

E

2.3±0.2

G

7.9±0.5

4.5±0.4

1.00±0.15

10.5±0.5

3.0±0.2

(8.0)

(H)

(12.4)

(8.0)

J

0.10±0.02

N

0.15±0.02

1.8±0.5

Marking

The following items are indicated on TCO.

• N, F, E, H Series : Type No., Date Code, Trade Mark, <PS>E Mark, JET, Rated Functioning Temperature, Rated Current

• MP, MU Series : Type No., Date Code, Trade Mark

Packaging Methods

Part No.

EYP2BN

◻◻◻

EYP2BN

◻◻◻L

EYP1BF

◻◻◻

EYP1BF

◻◻◻L

EYP05BE

◻◻◻

EYP05BE

◻◻◻L

EYP2BH

◻◻◻

EYP2MP

◻◻◻AFT

EYP4MU

◻◻◻GFD

Standard Quantity

2,000 pcs./Box

2,000 pcs./Box

3,000 pcs./Box

4,000 pcs./Box

4,000 pcs./Box

5,000 pcs./Box

1,500 pcs./Box

2,000 pcs./Box

1,000 pcs./Box

Style

Bulk

Mass (Weight) [mg/pc.]

340

510

220

330

210

320

350

54

130

Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.

Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.

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Thermal Cutoffs (TCO)

Safety Precautions (Handling Precautions)

The following are precautions for individual products. Please also refer to the common precautions for fuses in this catalog.

● Design Applications

1. Use the TCO within their specified temperature and electrical ratings.

1) Use the TCO under the maximum operating temperature specified in the individual specification.

Using the TCO under a higher temperature than the maximum operating temperature may cause premature open ing or opening delay.

• When the TCO is continuously used at the temperature close to the functioning temperature, the TCO may op er ate while being used.

• When the TCO is continuously used at the temperature higher than the maximum operation temperature, the

TCO may be degraded and may not operate normally at the specified temperature.

2) The holding temperature is defined as the highest temperature at which the TCO is activated continuously at the rated current for 168 hours. The TCO can not be used over 168 hours exceeding the holding temperature.

3) Equipment should be designed so that its over shoot does not exceed the maximum temperature limit after the

TCO operates.

4) If the TCO is activated by voltage higher than the rated voltage or current higher than the rated current, the

TCO produces excessive heat, resulting in premature opening. The arc generated in such operating conditions will result in abnormal appearance (crack on body) and insufficient insulation.

• When TCO is operated in an abnormal mode while the rated voltage and/or the rated current being exceeded, it may not cut off the circuit.

5) Thermal element may be transformed and TCO may open when it is used in the environment from which an excessive temperature change (such as outdoor) is repeated. Investigate the environment where TCO is used.

6) Where transient overload is expected to be applied, repeat the tests under the worst conditions.

7) The TCO cannot be used as a current sensitive fuse.

2. To fully use the function of the TCO, a suitable TCO for each equipment application must be selected.

1) Tests should be repeated for the finished equipment to confirm that the TCO does operate as expected.

2) To improve thermal response of the TCO, put the main body of the TCO and the lead wires(terminals) as close to the heat source as possible and the place where the TCO is evenly heated.

If the temperatures transferred to the main body and to the lead wires(terminals) are largely different from each other, defective operation may occur, causing arcing and deterioration of insulation.

3. Avoid application of excessive vibration and mechanical stress to the TCO. Otherwise, failure of the fusible alloy or lead wires, or damage to the main body may occur.

4. The following 1) and 2) are precautions for thin type TCO (MP and MU series)

1) TCO body and terminals must be properly fixed when the TCO is mounted in the equipment. It may cause breaking of thermal element and/or terminals, or damages of the TCO body, or other failure when the body or terminals is not properly connected. Avoid a transport under the condition with a connection only a single side of terminal and the equipment as it might cause breaking of thermal element and/or terminals, or damages of the TCO body, or other failure due to the vibration or mechanical stress on the transportation.

2) When TCO is mounted in the equipment, terminals must be aligned with the body. If TCO body and terminals are mutually mounted askew, it might cause breaking of thermal element and/or terminals. Also after assembling TCO in the equipment, avoid pulling, bending, pushing stress and twisting stress in the TCO body and terminals in order not to cause breaking of thermal element and/or terminals, or damages of the TCO body.

5. When sealing the TCO with resin, select a resin that does not corrode the seals or the lead wires(terminals).

When sealing the overall TCO with resin, determine the fixing conditions by repeating the test using your final product to check whether or not the resin properties (e.g. expansion, contraction, and curing temperature) affect the TCO and whether or not the TCO can operate normally.

6. When immersing equipment with a TCO in varnish or solvent and then drying it, repeat the test to check whether or not the varnish or solvent used dissolved the coating of the TCO or caused damage, such as cracks, before performing the treatment again.

7. Do not use under the following environments.

1) In liquids such as water, oil, chemical and organic solvents

2) In direct sunlight, outdoors or in dusty atmospheres

3) In places where water condensation occurs

✽ Use in the following environments may affect the performance of the TCO; Verify performance and reliability be fore production use.

(1) In places full of corrosive gases such as sea breeze, Cl

2

, H

2

S, NH

3

, SO

2

and NO

2

(2) In environments with high static electricity and/or strong electromagnetic waves.

8. Do not use the TCO in aerospace equipment, atomic energy equipment, military weap ons, life saving equip ment, automobile, etc.

Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.

Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.

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Jan. 2015

Thermal Cutoffs (TCO)

● Instruction

1. Forming and Cutting

1) Lead wires(terminals) are to be bent or cut at least 3 mm away from the TCO seals to avoid damaging the

TCO (axial / radial type) or body (thin type). The TCO seals (axial / radial type) shall not be grasped with any tools or holders. Terminals of thin type TCO are to be grasped before they are bent. (See Fig.1)

2) The lead wires and terminals shall not be nicked, fractured or burned.

The body and/or seals must not be damaged, burned or overheated.

3) It is recommended that experimental assembly trials, should be done so that it can be verified that manufacturing procedures will not exceed the maximum tested "pull" and "push" forces of 20 N (MP series:5 N, MU series:10 N) and 5 N respectively on the lead wires (terminals), or induce excessive twisting.

4) Do not repeat bending terminals of thin type TCO.

Bending grasped

Cutting grasped

> 3 mm > 3 mm

> 3 mm

> 3 mm > 3 mm

> 3 mm

Fig-1

2. Soldering, Welding, Calking

1) Lead wires are to be soldered with the standard conditions shown in Table 1.

Excessive soldering heat and soldering time may cause damage to a TCO.

If higher temperature, longer time or shorter lead length exist rather than the conditions of Table 1, it is

TCO body and soldering point.

2) Avoid preheating and gradual cooling as much as possible. However if preheating and gradual cooling is done, set the process conditions after confirming that the TCO is not affected by these procedures.

3) Do not use reflow soldering.

4) Thin type (MP and MU series) is not to be soldered.

5) If water or solvent is used for cleaning flux after soldering, check and confirm the reliability of the agent.

6) Lead wires are to be clamped at least 3 mm away from the seals.

Improper connections may cause damage to the seals or other parts and may result in nuisance tripping of the devices due to the generation of excessive heat at a faulty high resistance junction.

7) Set the conditions for welding and calking only after checking contact resistance and connection strength.

8) When resoldering or rewelding, cool the TCO under room conditions.

9) When the TCO is heated by soldering or welding, be careful not to pull, push or twist the TCO lead wires.

Lead Length ( k)

30 mm

25 mm

20 mm

15 mm

Table-1 Soldering Conditions

Temperature of Soldering: 300 °C Time: 3 s

Type No.

N082, N099

F101 E101 H101

E115, E134, E138 H115, H134, H138

N109, N110

F115, F134,

F138, F145

E145 H145

N127, N134, N143

● Soldering point l l

3. Sufficiently flexible, appropriate free length and proper size wire should be used for splice connection. Connection including connectors used for splicing shall be of the low resistance type, and they shall be made mechanically secure.

4. Where the lead wires of the TCO is tied with string, put them at least 10 mm apart from the seals of the main body of the TCO.

5. Quality control notes

1) Measurement of resistance between lead wires (terminals) and checking of the internal status with X-rays are effective means to confirm the status of the TCO on delivery and after mounting in the equipment.

6. Storage method

1) Store the TCO in packing cases or in polyethylene bags within the temperature range -10 °C to +40 °C and

RH of 30 % to 75 %. Store them at a location where no rapid changes of temperature or humidity or no direct sunlight is applied. The location must also be free from vibration and shock .

2) Avoid storage in places containing corrosive gases such as sea breeze, Cl

2

, H

2

S, NH

3

, SO

2

and NO

2

.

3) The period of guarantee for performance such as solderability is for one year after our delivery; and this condition applies only where the storage method specified in above has been followed.

7. Do not repair a TCO. Replace it with a new part.

Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.

Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.

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Jan. 2015

Micro Chip Fuse

Micro Chip Fuse

Type:

ERBRD

ERBRE

ERBRG

Features

Small size

Fast-acting and withstanding in-rush current characteristics

RoHS compliant

Approved Safety Standards

UL248-14 : File No.E194052

c-UL C22.2 No.248-14 : File No.E194052

Explanation of Part Numbers

1

E

2

R

3

B

4

R

5

D

6

1

7

R

8

0

9

0

10

X

Product Code

Micro Chip Fuse R

Structure

Rectangular type

D

E

G

Product shape

0402 inch size

(1.0 mm

×0.5 mm)

0603 inch size

(1.6 mm

×0.8 mm)

1206 inch size

(3.2 mm

×1.6 mm)

0R25

0R31

0R37

0R50

0R75

1R00

1R25

Rated Current (A)

0.25 A 1R50 1.5 A

0.315 A

0.375 A

2R00

2R50

2.0 A

2.5 A

0.50 A

0.75 A

1.0 A

1.25 A

3R00

4R00

5R00

3.0 A

4.0 A

5.0 A

Code

X

V

Packaging Part No.

Pressed Carrier Taping

2 mm pitch, 10,000 pcs. ERBRD

Punched Carrier Taping

4 mm pitch, 5,000 pcs.

ERBRE

ERBRG

Construction Dimensions in mm (not to scale)

L a

Protective Coating

Electrode (Base)

W t b

Almina Substrate

Fusing Element Electrode

(Outer)

Part No.

(inch size)

ERBRD

(0402)

ERBRE

(0603)

ERBRG

(1206)

L

Dimensions (mm)

W a b t

1.00

±0.10

0.50

+0.10

–0.05

0.15

±0.10

0.25

±0.10

0.39

±0.10

Mass

(Weight)

(g/1000 pcs.)

0.7

1.60

±0.15

0.80

+0.15

–0.05

0.24

±0.15

0.30

±0.15

0.54

±0.10

3.20

±0.20

1.60

±0.15

0.30

±0.20

0.55

±0.20

0.65

±0.10

2.2

10

Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.

Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.

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Sep. 2014

Micro Chip Fuse

Ratings

0402 inch /1005 mm size : Type ERBRD

Part No.

ERBRD

□R□□X

0R25 0R31 0R37 0R50 0R75 1R00 1R25 1R50 2R00 2R50 3R00

Rated Current (A)

Marking Code

0.25

0.315

0.375

V

Internal R (m

Ω) at 25 °C max.

700

X

520

Y

440

Fusing Current/Fusing Time

(at 25 °C)

0.5

F

0.75

G

1.0

H

1.25

J

1.5

K

310 190 125 82 70

Rated Current

×100 % / 4 hours min.

Rated Current

×200 % / 5 seconds max.

Rated Current

×300 % / 0.2 seconds max.

2.0

N

53

2.5

O

42

3.0

P

37

Rated Voltage

(Open Circuit Voltage)

Interrupting Rating

(at Rated Voltage)

32 VDC

35 A

Category Temp. Range −40 °C to +125 °C

0603 inch / 1608 mm size : Type ERBRE

Part No.

Rated Current (A)

Marking Code

0R50 0R75

0.5

F

Internal R (m

Ω) at 25 °C max.

330

0.75

G

190

Fusing Current/Fusing Time

(at 25 °C)

Rated Voltage

(Open Circuit Voltage)

Interrupting Rating

(at Rated Voltage)

Category Temp. Range

ERBRE

□R□□V

1R00 1R25 1R50 2R00 2R50

1.0

H

1.25

J

1.5

K

2.0

N

2.5

O

3R00

3.0

P

125 94 72 51 40

Rated Current

×100 % / 4 hours min.

Rated Current

×200 % / 5 seconds max.

Rated Current

×300 % / 0.2 seconds max.

33

4R00

4.0

S

22

32 VDC

50 A

−40 °C to +125 °C

5R00

5.0

T

19

1206 inch / 3216 mm size : Type ERBRG

Part No.

Rated Current (A)

Marking Code

Internal R (m

Ω) at 25 °C max.

Fusing Current/Fusing Time

(at 25 °C)

Rated Voltage

(Open Circuit Voltage)

Interrupting Rating

(at Rated Voltage)

Category Temp. Range

0R50

0.5

F

560

0R75

0.75

G

340

1R00

1.0

H

1R25

1.25

J

ERBRG

□R□□V

1R50

1.5

K

2R00

2.0

N

2R50

2.5

O

210 175 115 85 65

Rated Current

×100 % / 4 hours min.

Rated Current

×200 % / 5 seconds max.

Rated Current

×300 % / 0.2 seconds max.

63 VDC

50 A

3R00

3.0

P

45

32 VDC

4R00

4.0

S

35

−40 °C to +125 °C

✽ The thin type is available about 1005 (0402 inch) size. Please contact us for details.

✽ Please contact us when another rated current is needed.

Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.

Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.

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Sep. 2014

Micro Chip Fuse

Fusing Characteristics (25 °C typical)

● 0402 inch / 1005 mm size

(Type ERBRD)

10

1

0.1

0.01

0.001

0.0001

0.1

✽ Reference Only

1 10

Fusing Current (A)

● 1206 inch /3216 mm size

(Type ERBRG)

10

1.25 A 1.5 A 2.5 A 3.0 A

100

● 0603 inch / 1608 mm size

(Type ERBRE)

10

1

0.1

0.01

0.001

0.0001

0.1

✽ Reference Only

1

Fusing Current (A)

10

1

0.1

0.01

0.001

0.0001

0.1

✽ Reference Only

1

Fusing Current (A)

10

Packaging Methods

Standard Quantity

Part No.

ERBRD

ERBRE

ERBRG

Carrier Taping inch size

0402

0603

1206

100

Kind of Taping

Pressed Carrier Taping

Punched Carrier Taping

(Unit : mm)

Pitch (P

1

)

2 mm

4 mm

Taping Reel

Pressed

Carrier

Punched

Carrier

fD

0

P

1

P

2

P

0

1.25 A 1.5 A

fC

100

Quantity

10,000 pcs./ reel

5,000 pcs./ reel

(Unit : mm)

T T A

P

1

(2 mm pitch)

Part No.

A

ERBRD 0.68

±0.10

ERBRE 1.10

±0.10

ERBRG 2.00

±0.15

Part No.

P

1

ERBRD 2.00

±0.10

ERBRE

ERBRG

4.00

±0.10

B

1.20

±0.10

1.90

±0.10

3.60

±0.20

P

2

2.00

±0.05

W

8.00

P

±0.20

0

4.00

±0.10

F

3.50

0D

±0.05

0

1.50

+0.10

0

E

1.75

±0.10

T

0.67

±0.07

0.78

±0.07

0.84

±0.07

fA

W

1

W

2

Part No.

ERBRD

ERBRE

ERBRG

0A 0N

0

+1.0

180.0

–1.5

60

0

0C

13.0

±0.2

W

1

W

2

+1.0

9.0

0

11.4

±1.0

Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.

Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.

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Sep. 2014

Micro Chip Fuse

Recommended Soldering Conditions

A

B

C

Part No.

(inch size)

A

Dimensions (mm)

B C

ERBRD(0402) 0.5 to 0.6

1.4 to 1.6

0.4 to 0.6

ERBRE(0603) 0.7 to 0.9

2.0 to 2.2

0.8 to 1.0

ERBRG(1206) 2.0 to 2.4

4.4 to 5.0

1.2 to 1.8

Recommended Soldering Conditions

Recommendations and precautions are described below.

Recommended soldering conditions for reflow

· Reflow soldering shall be performed a maximum of two times.

· Please contact us for additional information when used in conditions other than those specified.

· Please measure the temperature of the terminals and study every kind of solder and printed circuit board for solderability be fore ac tu al use.

For soldering (Example : Sn/Pb)

Preheating

Main heating

Peak

Temperature Time

140 °C to 160 °C 60 s to 120 s

Above 200 °C 30 s to 40 s

235 ± 5 °C max. 10 s

Peak

Preheating

Heating

Time

Recommended soldering conditions for fl ow

Preheating

Soldering

For soldering

Temperature

140 °C to 180 °C

245 ± 5 °C

Time

60 s to 120 s

20 s to 30 s

For lead-free soldering (Example : Sn/Ag/Cu)

Preheating

Main heating

Peak

Temperature Time

150 °C to 180 °C 60 s to 120 s

Above 230 °C max. 260 °C

30 s to 40 s max. 10 s

For lead-free soldering

Temperature

150 °C to 180 °C max. 260 °C

Time

60 s to 120 s max. 10 s

<Repair with hand soldering>

Preheat with a blast of hot air or similar method. Use a soldering iron with a tip temperature of 350 °C or less.

Solder each electrode for 3 seconds or less.

Never touch this product with the tip of a soldering iron.

Safety Precautions

The following are precautions for individual products. Please also refer to the common precautions for fuses in this catalog.

1. Set the rated current so that the current passing through the Micro Chip Fuses (hereafter called the fuses) under normal conditions is within 70% of the rated current.

2. Do not continuously pass a current exceeding the rated current through the fuses.

3. If a pulse exceeding the rated current is applied, such as a rush current or surge current at power-on, take care not to cause unwanted fusing. Calculate the I

2 t value of the pulse and check the tolerance to the number of pulses according to the I

2 t-t characteristic curve before deciding to use the fuses. Before checking the tolerance, consult our sales staff in advance.

4. The fuses are designed to be blown out by a current that is double or greater than the rated current. Ensure that the abnormal current generated when a circuit abnormality occurs in your product is at least double or greater than the rated current of the fuses. In addition, ensure that the abnormal cur rent of your product does not exceed the maximum interrupting current of the fuses.

5. The fuses are designed to be used on the secondary side of a power supply. Do not use them on the primary side.

6. Ensure that the voltage applied to the fuses are within their rated voltage.

7. The fusing characteristics of the fuses are affected by the ambient temperature. Before use, mount the fuses on your products and carefully check and evaluate their category temperature range.

Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.

Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.

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Sep. 2014

CAUTION AND WARNING

1. The electronic components contained in this catalog are designed and produced for use in home electric appliances, office equipment, information equipment, communications equipment, and other general purpose electronic devices.

Before use of any of these components for equipment that requires a high degree of safety, such as medical instruments, aerospace equipment, disaster-prevention equipment, security equipment, vehicles (automobile, train, vessel),

please be sure to contact our sales representative.

2. When applying one of these components for equipment requiring a high degree of safety, no matter what sort of application it might be, be sure to install a protective circuit or redundancy arrangement to enhance the safety of your equipment. In addition, please carry out the safety test on your own responsibility.

3. When using our products, no matter what sort of equipment they might be used for, be sure to make a written agreement on the specifications with us in advance.

4. Technical information contained in this catalog is intended to convey examples of typical performances and/or applications and is not intended to make any warranty with respect to the intellectual property rights or any other related rights of our company or any third parties nor grant any license under such rights.

5. In order to export products in this catalog, the exporter may be subject to the export license requirement under the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Law of

Japan.

6. No ozone-depleting substances (ODSs) under the Montreal Protocol are used in the manufacturing processes of Automotive & Industrial Systems Company, Panasonic

Corporation.

Please contact

Factory

Device Solutions Business Division

Automotive & Industrial Systems Company

Panasonic Corporation

1006 Kadoma, Kadoma City, Osaka 571-8506,

JAPAN

The information in this catalog is valid as of May 2015.

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