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From: "I am the NRA." <pierson-at-msd26.ENET.dec-dot-com>
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 95 18:04:32 EDT
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uhmmmmmmmmm. It may be that when the system is powered up in a controlled
fashion, the contactor will be handling small amounts of current. And it
may be that when the system is powered down in a controlled fashion, the
contactor will be carrying s small amount of current.
If the system has to be powered down in an UNCONTROLLED Fashion, the contactor
may be at full load. With luck it will break this successfully. If not, it
may weld shut, ending up stuck on, leading to "collateral damage"....