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What do the terms “load” and “supply” refer to in the context of a fused spur?


Albert Smith, Expert of Electricians Service Team

In a fused spur, “load” refers to the electrical device or appliance being powered, while “supply” denotes the incoming power source that provides electricity to the device. The fused spur serves as a protective measure, containing a fuse that prevents excessive current from damaging the connected device. If you need help with fused spurs or other electrical safety measures, the Electricians Service Team is available to assist with circuit protection and installations.

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