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Can your device electrocute a person if it malfunctions?Updated 2 months ago

A standby current of 85 microamperes (uA) is not enough to electrocute a person. Electrocution occurs when a significantly higher amount of current disrupts the normal electrical signals in your heart and muscles, causing them to malfunction. 

For reference, typical household appliances operate in the range of amps (A), millions of times greater than 85uA.

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