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(5) Power Electronic Devices
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Semiconductor fuses intended for the protection of electronic devices shall be permitted in lieu of devices listed in Table 430.52 for power electronic devices, associated electromechanical devices (such as bypass contactors and isolation contactors), and conductors in a solidstate motor controller system, provided that the marking for replacement fuses is provided adjacent to the fuses.
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