Midget fuses are supplemental fuses and are not rated for current limiting applications. They do not have rejection tips.
Select the "Technical Info" tab above (or see our catalog) to refer to the fuse selection guide, which includes a general summary of the specifications included for each fuse type.
This selection guide does not include the many variables that can exist for specific situations such as local codes, unusual temperature, or other operating conditions.
When selecting fuses, be sure to comply with any applicable PUBLIC SAFETY standards that apply to Overcurrent Protection Devices (OPD).
Part Numbering System
MCL1-5 = MCL 1.5 Amp Fuse
The first 3 characters denote the Fuse Series designation (i.e. MCL, MOL, MEQ, MEN Series)
The remaining numbers* denote the Ampere Rating
* NOTE: ï¿½ - ï¿½ in the part number is used in place of a decimal point for amperage rating values
Ideal for control circuits, street lighting holders, HID lighting and electronic equipment that requires high interrupt ratings and fast-acting response
Ideal as supplemental protection for non-inductive control and lighting circuits.
Specifically designed for supplemental protection of transformers, solenoids, and other high-inrush circuits. For motor branch circuit applications, refer to EDCC series fuses.
Specifically designed for supplemental protection of small motors, transformers, solenoids, and other high-inrush power electronic circuits. For motor branch circuit applications, refer to EDCC series fuses.