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Is the OVP 5 A CB supposed to trip when I switch off the

 
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PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2018 3:19 pm    Post subject: Is the OVP 5 A CB supposed to trip when I switch off the Reply with quote

At 04:48 PM 5/27/2018, you wrote:
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Joe & Bob:

I was not able to link to the Z-16 schematic but if it is like what you just posted Bob, the diode trick has been around for many years.

Yes. I was a tech writer at Cessna in the 60s
when a fancy new gizmo called a silicon junction
diode started finding its way onto the battery
and starter contactors. You can get all the z-figures
at https://goo.gl/kovZJX where you will find a
consistent application of the rectifier diode
for the purpose of taming coil collapse transients.



Bob . . .


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