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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: computer power supplies in series
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Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2002 17:36:54 +1000
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"Pacific Freight" wrote in message
> I have been using a single PC PSU at 5V for electroplating metals but I
> more voltage now. Thinking of joining two together in series.
> I'm starting to wonder how safe it is to use this power supply now. With
> using liquids etc....especially if one of the outputs is tied to mains.
** Not tied to mains - tied to ground and mostly with a cap.
> So I want to know whether I can join two together in series and not have
> safety issues
** Only if one PSU stops and then tries to force current back through the
> P.S. - Phil Allison: call it knowledge networking :-)
*** You secret is safe with me......... ;-)
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