Subject: Re: Difference between AC adapter and charger?
Summary: What do you think of these ping times eh?
Reply-To: You can't see me, and I pass right through planets...
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Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 03:31:05 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2002 23:31:05 EDT
On Thu, 24 Oct 2002 02:17:30 GMT, "Ratch" Gave us:
> I appears that what you folks and the rest of the world are referring
>to as a "power supply", should rightly be call an electrical energy supply.
>The "power" is the rating of the energy supply, that is, how fast it can
>deliver energy. Power is one of its specifications. Likewise is the
>voltage and current. Too bad almost everyone refers to one of its
>specifications as the name of the device. It should rightly be called what
>it really is, an energy supply. As can be observed in this thread, wrong
>names cause confusion and confliction. Ratch
It all sounds great, but the power supply industry calls it what it
ultimately does, which is provide power.
It's an "Electron Source", if you want to get real picky about it.
Hey I know, call it a "Jouleinator".