package, these ICs come standard with an inrush current limiter and overtemperature protection circuit.
What does CL stand for?
CL stands for Current Limiter
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Current limiters tended to be younger than former limiters and were more motivated by ethical food choices and by health.
Earlier this week it announced that a new company - Fault Current Ltd - would develop a unique magnetic fault current limiter that protects utility electrical distribution networks from unanticipated power surges.
The company's superconductors division manufactures high-temperature superconductor wire and coils designs and develops HTS products such as power cables, fault current limiters and motors.
The equipment, known as a Fault Current Limiter (`FCL'), instantly detects and absorbs spikes in power that, left unmanaged, could damage electrical equipment or trigger power outages.
L), the specialist manufacturer and developer of commercial applications for high-temperature superconductive (HTS) materials, has signed a contract to evaluate its fault current limiter technology for use in Project HYDRA, which is aimed at protecting the electric grid of New York City.
A higher wattage bulb does draw more current but in this case the bulb is being used as a current limiter in the circuit.
Designed for medical electronics applications, such as motor controls, inrush current limiters and general purpose power supplies, the LAS series of wirewound resistors are offered in values from 0.