#1 Power switch ["circuit what"]
I have a setup where automatic battery were turning on and off a generator with a pump. "Non industrial" part of wireing went through a transformer into "main base". As I couldn't power battery from circuit that went through a transformer, I decided to add a power switch that would connect it to battery when "industrial circuit" was off.
It resulted in circuit status of 5960/2640 W, which is about 3/4 times more than all active receivers, and about double of all existing.
#2 Wire current calculations ["circuit bug"]
Current that goes through a wire is calculated as a sum of all currents in a circuit if it were connected in series, even when they are parallel.
For example: you have a phone charging on your desk, and you turn on your washing machine. Then the wire charging up your phone melts.
Doesn't make lots of sense, right?
Steps to Reproduce
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