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Thread: Current on a PCB
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face picon face BY : Alan B Pearce email (remove spam text)



It depends on what voltage drop and temperature rise you can deal with. Others
have posted trace widths which can carry the current without fusing, but you
will need to consider these other items as well. Usually it comes down to a case
of use the widest trace you can in the PCB area you have.

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