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Fusible Link

By Andy Y, January 22, 2009

A fusible link is a circuit protection device that uses a soft metal wire to bridge a circuit. When the current in the circuit reaches a predetermined level, the wire will melt away and disconnect the circuit, which protects it from overheating and damage.

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