I had to call/e-mail the manufacterer to find out. I couldn't read it either.
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Look at the metal ends or on the fuse body. Use a magnifying glass, if necessary.
Here's a link explaining what to look for.
Most fuses I've seen do not have spaces in the codes as shown in the examples.
A fuse beginning with a capital T is a slow-blow. T stands for Time Delay. A fast blow fuse begins with a capital F, which stands for Fast Acting.