Littelfuse 885 NANO² AECQ-Compliant Surface Mount Fuses | New Product Brief
Littelfuse 885 Series NANO2 fuses are compact automotive fuses that offer a high DC voltage rating and high interrupt current rating and are designed for use in lithium-ion battery packs, battery management systems, sense lines, and in high voltage DC/DC converters.
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Littelfuse 885 NANO² AECQ-Compliant Surface Mount Fuses
Littelfuse 885 Series NANO2 fuses are compact automotive fuses that offer a high DC voltage rating and high interrupt current rating and are designed for use in lithium-ion battery packs, battery management systems, sense lines, and in high voltage DC/DC converters. Fuses are available for current up to 5 A, with a voltage rating up to 500 VDC and interrupt rating up to 1500 A. The series uses a surface mount package with a compact footprint, providing robust protection in confined spaces, while the solderless construction improves reliability and minimizes nuisance opening typically caused by mechanical bonding failure. Littelfuse 885 series fuses meet AEC-Q200 requirements and have a wide -40°C to +85°C operating temperature range for use in automotive and other harsh environments.
- Current rating: 1 A to 5 A
- Voltage rating: up to 500 VDC, 350 VAC
- Interrupting rating: up to 1500 A
- Package: 10.86 mm x 4.78 mm x 4.78 mm
- Solderless platform for higher reliability, minimized nuisance opening
- AEC-Q200 compliant (based on Littelfuse internal test plan)
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