I'm designing an output with a MOSFET transistor to control loads such as relays, motors or incandescent lamps, similar to the outputs of a PLC.
Obviously, there is no problem as long as the load doesn't exceed the maximum current that the CMOS can handle. But there is the possibility that the user connects a load that the current to be circulated is greater than the allowed and that is where the fuse would act as in the following schematic:
I think there is no problem with this design (obviously the fuse must be of some special character for inductive loads) but it is possible that something is not considering or it is possible that there is a better solution.
Any comments or suggestions are welcome