I have a Buck Rogers pin with the PI-1/x4 board (revision 2.6) which just blew it's 42/60v 80ma display fuse. If the machine came with a replacement fuse, I'm a bonehead and can't find it, so I went "in search of..." online and I'm having a heckuva time trying to source replacements around the North American Continent...
Instead of trying to source replacement original displays, I just ordered a full set of Wolffpac LED displays that I'll be soldering up this weekend. However, I still need to replace the fuse... but the "usual suspects" for replacements seem to be the Schurter 0034.6003 and the Littlefuse 37000800410 -- but neither of those are available (affordably) at any main parts supplier in NA; and I was hoping to have them arrive by the time the displays are ready to install. [[ Pascal's site says that there's a moratorium on shipping until early October; and I suspect shipping from France to rural Michigan may be quite prohibitive... ]]
Long story long, Mouser does have the bel 530-MRF80 in stock and affordable - I downloaded the datasheets for all three fuses (both above and the bel version) and I can't really see a difference in the specifications and I *think* it should work - but at Mouser's site, it states the Littlefuse has 3.65 ohms resistance and the bel has 6.3 ohms (the Schurter wasn't listed) so that has me a bit worried... or am I overthinking this?
Anyone else with Pascal boards use the bel brand fuses? I can provide links, datasheets, etc. if needed.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!