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Last edited 10 May 2021
Collins Fix It Manual was published in 2003. It was created for HarperCollins by Jackson Day and conceived by David Day, Simon Jennings and Albert Jackson.
It is a wiring technique that permits the use of wire with a diameter that is smaller than that of a radial circuit with the same total current. This provides added flexibility, compared to radial circuits, for the connection of different types of electronic equipment. Ring circuits tend to use less copper than radial circuits.
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