Solid Links

Solid links are composed of solid pieces of metal that act to change fuse switches into circuit isolators. This makes them an important part of the safety mechanisms of certain circuits. They also act to short both links and neutral links

How do solid links work?

Solid links form part of electrical circuits. They connect to fuse switches, which are activated when the fuse blows, usually triggering another event. When solid links are connected, the fuse switch is converted into a circuit isolator, which provides a safety mechanism when there is a fault.

Circuit isolators work so that the circuit can be temporarily frozen while it is being repaired, for example after a short circuit. The given part of the circuit will be completely de-energised, and can be reconnected after the repair is complete.

Types of solid links

Solid links come in various shapes and sizes, depending on their function. Different fuses require specific types of solid links, which differ accordingly.

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Description Price Fuse Type Current Rating Diameter Height Width Length Fixing Centres
RS Stock No. 395-715
Mfr. Part No.3NG1002
Each (In a Pack of 3)
LV HRC 160A - 78mm 20.5mm 48mm -
RS Stock No. 395-705
Mfr. Part No.3NG1302
LV HRC 400A - 150mm 23mm 61mm -
RS Stock No. 395-648
Mfr. Part No.3NG1202
LV HRC 250A - 135mm 23mm 53mm -
RS Stock No. 395-711
Mfr. Part No.3NG1402
LV HRC 630A - 150mm 23mm 73mm -