In this article published by Power Electronic Tips, Ron Stull, CUI’s Power Systems Engineer, discusses various operating limits for power supplies and the potential drawbacks of exceeding a power supply’s rated specifications. The article covers specification limits such as input under or over voltage, variations in load current, and changes in ambient temperature, while looking at performance degradation, shutdowns, or component failures that can result from going beyond these different operating limits.
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