I have a 12V (actually 14.2VDC) 200A vehicle alternator with which I wish to power a load that I want to keep to only 120A or lower. I don't care too much about precision (within 10A drift or even a little more would be OK) but the circuit would needd to provide this current continuous-duty at this high amp rate. I have seen a couple of other circuits here offering a current limiting circuit but they don't seem exactly to fit my needs as they don't approach the level of abuse (recovering from near short) my device would need to recover from. This current limiter would be something that, viewed from another perspecctive, could protect from near a short circuit and with any load even down to very low resistance across the output terminals yet, no matter if the load was 40A or 300A, the output from the device could never go above 120A. A bonus would be if a pot could be used somewhere to adjust that top current llimit, e.g. perhaps it could be adjusted up and down to a value of 120A +/- 30A. Thank you.