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Power-on delay

Power-on delay
Switching on inductive loads, such as transformers, causes a very high initial current, because at that instant, the load does not produce a counter-e.m.f. Consequently, measures must be taken to prevent the (perfectly correct) mains fuse from giving up the ghost.
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