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A varistor is a device with a non-linear volt-ampere characteristic. When the voltage applied to the varistor is lower than its threshold value, the current flowing through it is extremely small, which is equivalent to a resistor with infinite resistance, vice versa. The most common varistor is a metal oxide varistor (MOV).

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