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Can I use a 240v .06A fuse in MW insted of 5kv .06a?

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6 amps is 6 amps regardless of voltage. the 5kv is a higher quality fuse but when down grading the rating will offer same fault current protection. this does not work in the reverse scenario as the lower rating fuse can suffer a flash over after it has blown in higher voltage circumstances.

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