Arc follower is described as an arc extinguishing extension on the end of an ELS current-limiting fuse, an essential part of the EL Bay-O-Net holder's loadbreak rating.

EL means Energy Limiting; copper power systems' distribution class, direct-connected arrester for Cross arm or pole mounting applications.

ELS is the Energy Limiting Submersible current-limiting fuse; copper power systems' full range, under-oil, EL Bay-O-Net mounted fuse

EL Bay-O-Net Assembly - popper power systems' under-oil current-limiting fuse cutout; a devicewhose mechanics represent a stab-sheath arrangement which hold a current-limiting fuse; a device that provides a simple means of replacing an internal under-oil current limiting fuse in the field.

Ref: 122144/2006-09-25

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