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From: "Phil Allison"
Subject: Re: MOV from A to E ??
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Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2002 20:46:44 +1100
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"andy" wrote in message
> "Phil Allison" wrote in message
> > I have unit made by DOD of the USA in my workshop.
> > It is in a one RU steel box and is called a "power distribution
> > model 828 series 2.
> > There are a pair of adjustable lamps (with dimmer) in fittings that
> > into the box mounted on the front - this will light up those units
> > below it.
> > It further has a row of 10 IEC outlets on the rear panel and a single
> > inlet with a simple thermal breaker in the active.
> > There are two 250 volt 20 J MOVs on the PCB that connects the 10
> > in parallel - one from A to N, the other from A to E.
> > There are no approval logos or numbers of any sort on the unit.
> > Any thoughts ??
> > ............... Phil
> Sounds like the standard power distribution boards that come with the
> cabinets for server gear. I've seen al kinds of breeds and now I think
> of it, never seen any approvals on them, in fact they never have
> anything on them. Always have the MOV's and circuit breaker though.
> Maybe approval comes with the rack enclosure??
** How about the MOV from active to earth ??
Seen that before ?
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