Define Fuse and Its Uses

In electrical and electronics, a fuse is defined as an electrical safety device that provides over-current protection to the functional electrical circuit.

The major uses of fuse are:

  • It prevents short circuits.
  • It acts as a barrier between the human body and electric current
  • It prevents overload and blackouts.

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