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Schaffner’s new Sinewave Filter!

Schaffner’s FN5040/45 series sinewave filters have been the world standard for many years & for good reason. We are proud to announce the arrival of the new generation FN5420 series which takes those strengths and adds a new dimension of performance benefits.

The Upcoming Annual Arc-Flash Electrical Safety Conference

Join FUSECO at the upcoming 7th Annual Arc-Flash Electrical Safety conference, taking place on the 17th - 19th May at Hilton, Brisbane.

Introducing FuseMaster RS Fuse Holders

We are excited to introduce the latest addition to the Fuseco range – FuseMaster RS Holders!

Arc-Flash Relays: In Stock at Fuseco

Fuseco are proud to have stock available of the Littelfuse Arc-Flash Relays – order today and ensure the safety of your workplace.

We Have Moved!

Fuseco is expanding and our Melbourne office & warehouse has relocated.

World's first 300A Wall Mounted Active Harmonic Filter

We are excited to announce the release of the new Sinexcel 300A Active Harmonic Filter Module, available in either Wall Mount or Rack Mount configuration.

Eliminating Harmonics at the Design Stage

Harmonics mitigation is most cost-effective when "designed in". Mitigation in existing installations is possible but more than likely to cost significantly more without the performance of an "ab initio" approach.

Is 5% THID achievable with a passive solution? Absolutely!

If you need to achieve a 5% THID result in a drive environment, is your only option an Active Filter? Till recently, the answer was ‘yes’. However MTE have recently released a new passive harmonic filter, the Matrix AP........

Fuseco acquires Startco

We are pleased to announce that on the 5th February 2020, Fuseco acquired Startco, based in Noosa, Queensland and are now the Australian distributors for Littelfuse Protection Relays and accessories.

What is IEEE519?

The IEEE is the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. IEEE 519 is a document that was initially published in 1981 titled "Recommended Practices and Requirements for Harmonic Control in Electric Power Systems". The document established levels of voltage distortion acceptable to the distribution system and has been widely applied in establishing needed harmonic correction throughout the electrical power industry.

Choosing the right fuse 'speed'

If you've ever had to replace a fuse, you may have realised that there's a few different fuse speeds. In simple terms, 'fuse speed' tends to refer to the time between the moment that an overcurrent begins and the moment the fuse arcs and opens the circuits.

Active Harmonic Filters – The ultimate way to mitigate harmful harmonics

Active Harmonic Filters – The ultimate way to mitigate harmful harmonics