Model fuse that protects against excessive current
The Fuse block breaks the circuit in which it is connected. It does so when the current through the device exceeds the rated current at which the fuse is designed to blow and continues to exceed it for a specified amount of time.
The current value at which the fuse blows when exceeded for a specified amount of time. The default value is 1 A.
The time for which the current must exceed the rated current for the fuse to blow. The default value is 0 s.
The fuse resistance. The parameter value must be greater than zero. The default value is 0.01 Ω.
The open-circuit fuse conductance when the fuse has blown. The parameter value must be greater than zero. The default value is 1e-08 1/Ω.