From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Difference between AC adapter and charger?
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Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 11:55:25 +1000
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"DarkMatter" wrote in message
> On Thu, 24 Oct 2002 10:51:37 +1000, "Phil Allison"
> Gave us:
> >"DarkMatter" wrote in
> >> A power supply is a power supply no matter what.
> > ** Bullshit.
> That is what you are full of, boy.
** Suffering from a mental condition are we ?? Posting from an
> > A wall wart, dongle, adaptor, charger... all those terms are monikers.
> > ** The names have various common manings - certainly in the minds
> >the public.
> 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
** You are a complete nut case.
> > The actual> unit is a power supply, period.
> > ** Wrong. It is a supply of power, but not all are "power
> 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.
** Take your medication - now.
> >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.
** Yes, dickhead.
We are not talking about a production line here.
** I am.
> 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.
** Call it Fred or Jane if you like.
Get a clue.> Nobody is going to sue me for it either.
** No one would sue you - you have no name, address or assets.
. . . . . . . . . Phil