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An electrical load is an electrical component or portion of a circuit that consumes electric power. This is opposed to a power source, such as a battery or generator, which produces power.

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I am using a meanwell rid-85B switcher to power a legacy device that puts 3 kinds of load on the 24V supply. at startup, 1A, and at steady state, 0.1A, occasionally 0A. the specs on the supply … want a minimum load of 0.3A on this supply, and 2A on the primary supply, which is 5V. my 5V load is 1A or 0A. I can put a load resistor on each of the two supplies, 80 ohms for the 24V supply, and 2.5 …
asked Apr 30 '18 by Curt Mayer