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Member #512280

Member Since: January 23, 2014

Country: United States

  • I have a question and please try to clarify the answer for me urgently.

    In your PCB layout this is the output pin which carries the 3A, I can see clearly that the width of the pcb is wider to stand that 3A current passing through, but at the same time I noticed that there is a thin width connecting between the output pin itself and the wider width. Won't that affect on the performance of the board and act as a fuse which won't be able to withstand that 3A ?

    Thanks.

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