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Product end of life notice: PP4F

Saturday, April 4th, 2015

The PP4F will no longer be stocked by our wholesalers.

The PP4F was a four way direct expansion module for the PP8FR. With the addition of the much more cost effective and smaller PP10HD to the Jack Fuse range we see little reason to continue the PP4F.

Data and install notes will still be available for some time on the main Jack Fuse website and will be moved to a permanent legacy data page at a later date.


PP10HD Available NOW

Friday, March 6th, 2015
Jack Fuse PP10 HD

High Density Fuse Module Resettable Fuses











The PP10HD is the latest Jack Fuse product and is a compact high density fused power distribution module; it features.

  • 10 X 1A  outputs with poly fuses (resettable)
  • Double deck terminals for compact size (75 X 55mm)
  • DIN rail mounting
  • LED fuse status indication

The new PP10HD is designed to provide cost effective power distribution and fuse protection to a wide variety of security field devices and is small enough to fit inside any security panel. Perfect for protection associated with detectors, keypads and sirens.

The PPTC fuse’s will automatically re-set once the fault has cleared, reducing service costs and increasing system reliability.

It can also be combined with our PP8FR or a standard relay to provide fire tripped power in electronic access control applications.

Visit the Jack Fuse website for more information.

What is next for the Power Port Range?

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

The time has come to evaluate the current design of the PP8FR and PP4F against current market needs.

We would greatly appreciate any feed back or new ideas from installers of our Power Port range. If you have any comments or want to make suggestions for new features please feel free to comment on this blog post or use the contact for at

ATMOD Now Available

Sunday, November 25th, 2012

Jack Fuse is proud to announce the official release of the ATMOD.

The ATMOD is a pre-made end of line resistor pack with quick connect terminals that has been specifically designed for the security industry.

Once you start using the ATMOD you will never want to go back to resistors!

The ATMOD allows installers to terminate EOL resistors in a fraction of the time and eliminates mistakes or broken resistors. Standard alarm cable can be stripped and pushed into the ATMOD without the need for a screw driver, crimping or soldering. Even a brand new apprentice can’t get it wrong!

The ATMOD is available now from Seadan Security and Electronics in a range of DEOL values for common alarm/access panels. Click here for more technical information.

ATMOD EOL Resistor Pack

ATMOD EOL reed switch

ATMOD terminated to a reed switch

Coming Soon: ATMOD Pre-built End Of Line Resitor Module

Saturday, August 18th, 2012

Sneak peak at new ATMOD from Jack Fuse. Due for official release in September 2012.

The ATMOD makes installing End of Line resistors for security & access control systems easier than ever before. It features an on board resistor network and special push in connectors that allow technicians to make mistake free terminations in seconds.

Just strip your alarm cables and insert the wires directly into the ATMOD, no teminal driver, crimping or soldering and no more broken resistors. Best of all you will never suffer from another incorrect or back to front resitor network.

ATMOD EOL resitor alarm network

Red = 10K/10K DEOL resistors

ATMOD EOL reed switch

ATMOD terminated to a reed switch

Watch this space for more information and a release date. The ATMOD will be available from leading alarm wholesalers in a range of common DEOL resistor values.

New Jack Fuse Website

Monday, July 9th, 2012

Our tired old site has had a revamp at the hands of Mathew Ramsey. Mat is a talented designer and has done a supurb job.

See more of his work at
See the new site at

Some legacy information has been removed, if you need anything in particular just let me know by commenting on this blog post or using the new contact form on the site.

New EOL Resistor Sockets for the ADI

Sunday, June 10th, 2012


The Jack Fuse Auto Door Interface (ADI) now comes with removable plug style sockets to make fitting of EOL resistors easier in tight spaces such as auto door heads.

The resistors are now securely held in a quality Phoenix Contact terminal (X 2) that can be removed and re-fitted as required.


Sunday, June 3rd, 2012

This is the first post on the Jack Fuse blog, the blog will feature Jack Fuse product updates, technical articles and general posts to do with the electronic security industry.