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In some senses, this question is like asking the difference between dogs and cats. They are simply different animals. The operate differently.

Yes, both require an electrical input, but even that is not the same for both. It is not possible to give a simple, one paragraph explanation of how each works. Most folks accept that they are different, and if you really want to know how one or the other works, you have to get in and dig through the analysis.

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