The fuse in an electrical circuit is the weak linkage, a component that defends many metres of equipment against faults that could be disastrous. The current fuse link contains a metallic 'element' encircled in a ceramic cylinder filled with silica grains and closed at both ends by a metal end-cap. Introduced into a circuit, it carries the full electronic current, breaking the current in the occurrence of an excess load or short-circuit.
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