Fuses play a crucial role in protecting electrical systems from damage due to overcurrent or short circuits. To ensure that these fuses work effectively, they need to be housed securely in a fuse holder. This is where the dc fuse holder comes in. It is a critical component that keeps fuses in place and ensures they are functioning correctly, safeguarding your electrical equipment.

We have professional production capacity, and the fuses we produce can effectively protect the circuit system. We manufacture fuse holders and fuses for 1000V dc and 1500V dc voltages.

MOREDAY has passed UL, SAA, CB, CE, TUV, ISO, and RoHS certifications, and its products have undergone strict testing. Our production line has a working space of 25,000 square meters and 15 product lines, and the annual output can reach 15 hundred pieces.

We can complete large quantities of orders within the time you specify, and our highly competitive prices can allow you to dominate the local market. Contact our team today!


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MOREDAY focuses on the quality of our DC fuse holders, ensuring that their insulation protection prevents dangerous electrical short circuits from occurring. We also guarantee quality when manufacturing fuses, offering customer-specific customization to allow operation in any of the different solar systems.


MOREDAY has a complete inventory management system with a certain amount of inventory to meet the needs of customers who want to deliver quickly and ensure that customers can receive the goods in time.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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DC fuse holders securely house the fuse in the circuit, ensuring that it effectively protects the circuit from overcurrent or short circuits.
Yes, there are many types of DC fuse holders including push-in, panel mount, PCB mount, and automotive fuse holders. Each type has specific functions and applications.
Voltage Rating: Make sure the voltage rating of the fuse holder matches the operating voltage of the system. The voltage level of a DC system may be higher than that of an AC system, so special attention is required when selecting.
Current Rating: The fuse holder should be able to withstand the maximum current flowing through it without exceeding its current rating. This prevents overloading and possible melting.
Breaking capacity: Select a fuse holder with sufficient breaking capacity, i.e. it is capable of safely interrupting the maximum possible short-circuit current.
Sizing and Installation: Make sure the fuse holder is sized appropriately for the mounting location and is compatible with the fuse size. Additionally, consider how the fuse holder will be mounted (such as onboard, socket-mounted, or surface mount) to suit the circuit board design.
Environmental conditions: Consider the environment in which the fuse holder will be used, such as temperature, humidity, chemical corrosion vibration, etc.
Ease of use and replacement: Consider the ease of use of the fuse holder, including whether it is easy to install and replace the fuse. Some fuse holders are designed with indicators that show when the fuse has blown.
Compatibility: Check the fuse holder for compatibility with the fuse being used, including shape, size, and contact type.
Safety certification: Choose products that have obtained international or national safety certifications, such as UL, CE, or other relevant standards. These certifications indicate that the products have been tested for safety and meet industry standards.
By considering these factors, you can ensure that the DC fuse holder you choose is both safe and suitable for your specific application needs, effectively protecting your electrical system from damage from overloads or short circuits.
Before beginning installation, be sure to carefully read the installation guide and technical instructions provided by the manufacturer to make sure you understand the specific requirements and installation steps for the fuse holder.
Prepare tools and materials: Prepare required tools such as screwdrivers, pliers, line stripping tools, etc. Make sure all materials and accessories (such as fuses, connecting wires, terminals, etc.) are compatible with the fuse holder.
Disconnect the power supply: Before installing the fuse holder, be sure to disconnect the power supply to prevent electric shock or short circuit.
Choose an appropriate installation location: Choose a location to install the fuse holder that is convenient but not susceptible to outside interference. Consider its proximity to relevant equipment and cable length to reduce voltage drops.
Install and secure the fuse holder: Properly secure the fuse holder to the electrical panel or mounting frame according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Make sure it is firmly fixed to avoid possible loosening caused by vibration.
Connect the wires: Connect the fuse holder using the appropriate cables and terminals. Make sure all connections are tight and meet electrical specifications. Typically, the input of the fuse holder is connected to the power source and the output is connected to the load. Be careful to keep the polarity correct. Wrong polarity in a DC system may cause equipment damage.
Inspection and Testing: Before turning the power back on, check that all connections are correct and there are no exposed wires or potential shorts.
With power on, perform a functional test to ensure that the fuse holder is functioning properly and that the circuit is properly protected.
Maintenance and Inspection: After installation, regularly check the condition of the fuse holders and fuses to ensure long-term safety and reliability.
It is recommended that Circuit Protection Devices be inspected and maintained at least 1-3 times per year, which helps ensure the continued reliable performance of the fuse holder and the entire electrical system.
No, we don’t recommend this. While some AC fuse holders may be compatible with DC applications, DC fuse holders are designed specifically for DC systems and provide the necessary protection and performance for such systems.
DC fuses mounts are usually made of plastic, metal, or a combination of these two materials. High-quality materials such as flame-retardant plastic and corrosion-resistant metal ensure long life and reliable performance of the fuse holder.
Yes, some DC fuse holders can accommodate different types and sizes of fuses. However, you must ensure that the fuse holder you choose is compatible with the type of fuse you plan to use in your system.
Yes, Moreday can provide customer-specific customization services so that the DC fuse holder can operate in different solar systems.

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