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Methods to Protect your Circuits from Backwards Voltage [Circuit]
posted October 22 2014 19:00.05 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Many people forget to add a backwards voltage protection to their circuits and usually a smocking transistor comes to remind the importance. A simple diode can do the trick, but there are also more sophisticated methods to avoid the annoying forward voltage drop of the diode.



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