Fusible link

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Fusible links are elements found in some configurable/programmable integrated circuits. They use the basic principle of the fuse to leave made, or break, conductors inside the chip.

The technology was first developed for use in PROMs; it later appeared in other configurable devices, such as Programmable Array Logic.