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How does under voltage protection work?

The non-inverting terminal (6 V) of the operational amplifier N2 has a lower voltage than the inverting terminal (pin 6) when the line voltage is below 180 V. The output of operational amplifier N2 goes high and the relay is powered by transistor T1.

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