# How to limit DC offset to 20% with a time delay?

 "Lets say you wanted to add a time delay to the relay in order to allow the DC Component to decay before interrupting the fault. How would you calculate it by hand? %dc = 100e(-t/45)" asked 3/7/2012 Mjomah6

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