ATO Blade Type Fuses
Patented and introduced in 1976 by Littelfuse, it became the international fuse standard by 1981. It is currently found on most cars, trucks, buses and off the road vehicles worldwide. Features Littelfuse desinged industry standard color coding to indicate amp rating ATOF Fuse Document
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