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Subject: Re: Short Circuit Protection for High Voltage Power supply

Date: 07/29/03 at 9:13 AM
Posted by: Salvio Valeri
E-mail: sal688@skynet.be
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In Reply to: Short Circuit Protection for High Voltage Power supply posted by David on 04/14/03 at 9:32 PM:

Hello David,

It is not very important if your power supply have 10V / 10A or 100V / 100A outputpower. The most important thing to know is: do you want to witch off te power supply in case of a short circuit or do you want the output to lower its output currunt and voltage? Do you want to have the possebility to adjust the protection treshold of the current and the voltage seperatly? Once you dicied what you want then you can look for the right circuits. There are a dozens of circuits to protect powersupply's. Dont forget to mention if your powersupply is adjusteble from 0-100V and from 0-10A.
Many greetings, Salvio.

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