DC Power Combination can be complex. DC (direct current) power sources can be connected in series or parallel. In series connections voltage is combined, but a common current passes through the sources. So although their voltages are added, the current of each source needs to be the exact same. In parallel, the opposite is true. When DC sources are connected in parallel, their currents are combined, but the voltage of each source needs to be the exact same. How is DC power combined from sources that are at different voltages and currents? You use a DC Power Combiner.
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