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What is inside that small cylinder in a laptop adapter?

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Old August 29th 12, 09:13 AM
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Default What is inside that small cylinder in a laptop adapter?

What is inside that cylinder thing that is at the end of a AC adapter of a laptop or notebook?
Is it like a load matching thing? Current limiter?


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