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Old 07-19-2019, 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by RodrigoDRT View Post
ah thats all great information, ill keep reading on the subject, I think ive found some info about how single rails are literally larger and can carry a higher intensity (amperes) if im right, thus, would make sense if say, on a multi rail mode a line can only handle so many amps and something is drawing more than it can, blowing it up (hyperbole), but i assume multi rail thingies are probably made so they will handle anything up to date

been a while i've been so curious to know how something works, not sure why.
They aren't necessarily physically larger (lower gauge). They do carry higher current (amps) before tripping. Same wire + higher amps == melting wire. Hence ... multi rail for safety.
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