A Serbian electrian - cool! Can you tell us about wiring in YU? Since you ask about "Diazed" I presume you use these?
"Diazed" and "Neozed" is German, but I do not know what the names stand for. However, the Diazed is older and larger. I would guess that "Neo-" was used simply to show that it was new, thus Neozed. Now, what could "Dia-" mean? I would guess at "Diameter" as the diameter of the fuse tip correlates with the fuse rating.
Re: Why it is called Diazed fuse?#134179 10/27/0202:21 PM10/27/0202:21 PM
Sounds really nice! Good point about the edison base. I'm going to build a complete state-of-the-art diazed panel some time. 5 circuits, 2x 10A for lights and outlets (2 rooms served by each circuit) 1x 6A for same purpose (1 room served) and 2x 16A dedicated circuits for washer/dishwasher, main GFI, grounds,...
Re: Why it is called Diazed fuse?#134182 10/27/0203:29 PM10/27/0203:29 PM