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I just got these two, and have no idea of where they should be used. If you need it you may get it.

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Actually I got these too, but that must be for low voltage. (I have 15 (1 broken))

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The first image are old style Belgian fuses for use on a distribution board in a home / office. They were common until the early 1980s.

Examples:

https://www.bricozone.be/t/ancien-fusibles.31395/

While these are made to Belgian CEBEC standards, I know there was a similar looking French system. I'm not sure if they're identical but they look rather closely related.


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