Overload prevention in any given design is serious business, which means that the choice of safety capacitor shouldn’t be taken lightly either. Areas to consider in the decision process include safety requirements, type of filtering, the pros and cons of different device types, the consequences of device failure, and much more. This article provides a quick reference to the most important of these factors when selecting a device.
1. The class of capacitor you need depend
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