So you are saying when the voltage drops the load draws more current. What
kind of load is that and what is the application?
> I think what he's getting at is this. The power supplies to be seriesed
> are calculated to provide a certain set operating voltage at a certain set
> current. Together these seriesed supplies total the amount needed. The
> load requires this set amount of voltage and current to operate properly.
> Ok, if one supply fails in the string, there is a voltage drop. This
> voltage drop creates a current rise from the remaining supplies feeding
> the same load.
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