There are several different types of fuse holders, including:
Blade fuse holders: These are the most common type of automotive fuse holders and are used for blade-style fuses. They typically have a plastic housing with a slot for the fuse to slide into.
Glass fuse holders: These are used for glass tube-style fuses. They have a metal or plastic housing with two metal contacts that hold the fuse in place.
Bolt-on fuse holders: These are designed to be bolted onto a surface, such as a vehicle's body or engine block. They are used for high-amperage fuses and have a metal housing with two bolts that secure the fuse in place.
PCB mount fuse holders: These are designed to be mounted onto a printed circuit board (PCB) and are used for low-amperage fuses. They have a plastic housing and two metal contacts that hold the fuse in place.
In-line fuse holders: These are used to protect a particular electrical circuit and are placed in-line with the circuit. They have a plastic housing with two metal contacts and are available for both blade-style and glass tube-style fuses.
Waterproof fuse holders: These are designed to protect fuses from water and moisture. They typically have a rubber or plastic housing with a seal around the fuse holder to prevent water from getting in.
The type of fuse holder you need will depend on the type and amperage rating of the fuse you are using, as well as the specific requirements of your vehicle and electrical system.
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