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What is thermal protection

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Depends on context , not stated.
cars use many technologies.
one is Electrics and electronics.
thermal protection in this context means.
1: fuses.
2: fuseable links (looks like an odd splice in a wire)
3: Circuit brakers.
all 3 stop the fire.
The cars battery can source easy 500 Amps and can make a fire fast. these fuses stop that fire.
also electonics have air cooling or devices that keep the parts cool
this too is thermal protection'

so why ask this. why not say here you saw it, so we can understand
the CONTEXT.

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