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Switch-on current limiting

Switch-on current limiting
In certain direct-current operated circuits, such as DC-to-DC converters, the switch-on current may be so high that the output voltage of the power supply cannot reach its nominal level. This difficulty may be prevented with a limiting circuit as shown in the diagram.
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