This blog is about the Overvoltage Protection of portable power stations.
Overvoltage protection is a power supply feature that shuts down the supply or clamps the output when the voltage exceeds a preset level.
Most power supplies use an over-voltage protection circuit to prevent damage to the electronic components. The impact of an over-voltage condition varies from one circuit to the other and ranges from damaging the components to degrading the components and causing circuit malfunctions or fire.
An over-voltage condition might occur in the power supply due to faults inside the supply, or from external causes such as those in the distribution lines.
If you want to know more about Over Voltage Protection of batteries, you can click here.
In a battery-powered electric scooter, does the fuse also protect the battery from overcurrent or overvoltage?