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a circuit that can replace a fuse working at 100 mA-2A (AC).

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jkanelakis

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Hi, i am student and i have to find a circuit that can replace a fuse working at 100 mA-2A using A.C current...does anyone know something about it?
 

Phasor

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Hmm... I think we have seen this question before... :roll:

Try looking down the page a bit, your classmates have asked us this already.
 

Roff

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Phasor said:
Hmm... I think we have seen this question before... :roll:

Try looking down the page a bit, your classmates have asked us this already.
Yeah, in both forums. Perhaps they are all the same person?
Unfortunately, they (he? she?) are looking for a simple solution to a not-so-simple problem. There was a link to one schematic posted previously, but I looked at it, and it had a part number omitted and at least one obvious error.
 
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