Subject: Re: Difference between AC adapter and charger?
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Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 01:32:35 GMT
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On Thu, 24 Oct 2002 10:51:37 +1000, "Phil Allison"
>"DarkMatter" wrote in message
>> A power supply is a power supply no matter what.
> ** Bullshit.
That is what you are full of, boy.
> A wall wart, dongle, adaptor, charger... all those terms are monikers.
> ** The names have various common manings - certainly in the minds of
The public doesn't always know of ANY name for ANY of them, all they
know is this end goes here, and this end goes here. You are full of
> The actual> unit is a power supply, period.
> ** Wrong. It is a supply of power, but not all are "power supplies".
All power supplies ARE power supplies. If it is a device that
provide electrons for use in a circuit, it is known as, and referred
to as a power supply, you totally clueless dip.
>Some have been adapted to application
>> specific tasks, and if that is what this person has done, they can
>> rename it to fit the task at THEIR will.
> ** The name should indicate the intended function and in commercial
>practice does. To do otherwise is very unsafe and may lead to legal
No, dipshit. We are not talking about a production line here. If I
go to a flea market or surplus store and buy a supply, and then
configure its output to charge a battery, I can call it a charger if I
wish, or I can continue to call it a power supply. Get a clue.
Nobody is going to sue me for it either.
> . . . . ............... Phil
even more lame than "Dr. Phil".
> BTW Is darkmatter what your brain is made out of ??
More proof of your cluelessness.