It’s now common to see circuit boards that carry hundreds of amps, especially in intensive data-processing applications, electric vehicles, and ac distribution. Despite their designed current-handling capacity, such circuits still need current limiters and circuit breakers to protect them from fault conditions. Appropriate current limiters and circuit breakers need to drop as little voltage as possible under normal operating conditions, be robust over the long term, and yet operate
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