According to a research report "Automotive Fuse Market by Fuse Type (Blade, Glass Tube, Semiconductor, Limiter, Slow Blow/Multi Slow Blow Fuses), Electric Vehicle Application, Voltage, Amperage, ICE Vehicle Type, EV Type, Aftermarket and Region - Global Forecast to 2027" published by MarketsandMarkets, the automotive fuse market, by value, is projected to grow at a CAGR of 2.0% from 2022 to 2027, to reach USD 28.4 billion by 2027 from USD 25.7 billion in 2022. The market for automotive fuse is increasing due to factors such as rising focus on increase in vehicle electrification, safety & comfort features in mid-segment vehicles and increasing sales of electric vehicles.
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“>100A automotive fuse market estimated to be the fastest growing market among the ampere segment”
The >100 A fuses are used in battery-related circuits and high-power traction-related circuits. The application of >100 A fuses is higher in battery-related circuits electric vehicle batteries carry high currents. Semiconductor fuses are starting to replace blade fuses in high-current applications since they act very fast in current fluctuations and can handle multiple circuits using a single fuse. >100 A automotive fuses are used to offer protection for high amperage vehicle circuits.
“151-300V fuse market to grow at the fastest pace in the automotive fuse market by voltage”
In this voltage segment, most HEVs and some PHEVs with a voltage architecture range of 150–300 V have been considered. The characteristics of fuses depend on the voltage architecture of the vehicle. The 151–300 V architecture uses more battery fuses than 48–150 V architecture. Some of the vehicles with 150–300V architecture are the Kia Niro Hybrid, Toyota RAV4, BMW 2 Series, and Toyota Prius PHEV. High voltage cables in electric vehicles move power to and from the battery and various systems throughout the electric vehicle. The high voltage architecture of electric vehicle connects the charging port and the battery, battery inter wiring, the battery, and the engine and other electrical components to carry the electric current power which will drive the market for automotive fuse. Hence, the market for automotive fuse of 151-300 V will rise in future with rising market for HEVs and PHEVs.
“North America is estimated to be the major market owing to increase in vehicle safety and comfort features”
The US leads the automotive fuse market with the highest Passenger car, LCV and HCV sales in the region. The US is the leading market in the automotive fuse market for EVs in line with the highest EV sales in the North American region. North America is home to Ford Motors, General Motors, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has fostered the growth of the automotive industry in the region which is driving the automotive fuse market The US, traditionally a global technological leader, is the largest automotive market in North America. Here, a large customer base and high disposable incomes fuel the demand for vehicles and result in increased manufacturing activities by local automotive OEMs. The sales statistics of North America indicate a promising growth potential, particularly for LCVs and HCVs, which dominate the market.
The key companies profiled in the study are Eaton (Ireland), Schurter Group (Switzerland), Littelfuse (US), Sensata (US), Mersen (France), Pacific Engineering Corporation (Japan), Optifuse (US), AEM Components (US), E-T-A (US), ON Semiconductor (US) and Fuzetec (China).
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