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Simulate Your PTC Circuit Protection for Free with LTspice

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4/8/2019 2:30:46 AM
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Never overlook
The issue of overcurrent is not something you'd want to overlook regardless of the setup that you are trying to achieve. A simple mistake like that could raise a lot of risks which could be lethal in the end. Be sure to always run the setup at least twice to ensure you have everything in place.

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