What’s the difference between Constant-current and Current-limit?

Our RSG-1 Combo unit uses current-limit output instead of constant-current to produce Colloidal Silver. Constant-current and Current-limit are very similar in the way they work. The end result is that constant-current (with a lower current) is slower and more forgiving (not as easy to “over cook”), and (maybe) a bit better quality. Current-limit (with a higher current) is faster, still high quality, but easier to over cook. The quality difference is probably verysmalland not worth considering. The main difference is the time involved.

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