We sell Micro2 & Micro3 fuses which are the smallest blade fuse currently on the market. They feature improved opening characteristics with a reduced footprint and weight. Micro2 fuses provide fuse protected power to a single circuit whilst Micro3 fuses offer dual circuit protection. View our blade fuse size guide.
7 piece Micro2 fuse assortment 32VDC
35 piece Micro2 fuse assortment 32VDC
90 piece Micro2 fuse assortment 32VDC
4 piece Micro3 fuse assortment 32VDC
55 piece Micro2 & Micro3 fuse assortment 32VDC
16 piece Micro2, Micro3 & MCase fuses
136 piece Micro2, Micro3 & MCase fuses
How do Micro3 Fuses Work? Micro3 fuses feature a dual fuse circuit layout. The middle leg of the fuse is the power feed for the fuse and each of the 2 outer legs is a seperately fused output. This fuse features the same improved opening characteristics and reduced footprint and weight of the Micro2 fuse. Typically vehicle manufacturers would probably utilise both elements of a Micro3 fuse which means that once one of the fuse elements is blown, the fuse must be replaced. However, in an emergency, it may be possible to rotate and reinsert the fuse to use the remaining unblown fuse element.