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Series

A wiring protocol where devices are connected sequentially as opposed to in parallel with one another. Specifically this means that each device is an integral component in the circuit path, such that if one device fails the circuit will become open and no longer function. For example, a circuit breaker is typically wired in series with the hot wire going to each circuit in a house. When the breaker opens the circuit no longer has power.

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