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[SOLVED] Can voltage adjustments limit current on power supplies

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Zak28

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I have a particular power supply ebay part#451331021396 bottom line is it has a trimmer for voltage adjustments and I am uncertain if it would also limit its output current below its maximum specified rating thus not blowing its fuse for any load. It would yield current limiting resistors unneeded.
 

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Your load will dictate your current.
 
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