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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: 120vac fan on 220vac
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Date: Thu, 2 Jan 2003 11:29:05 +1100
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"J M Noeding" wrote in message
> On Thu, 2 Jan 2003 07:27:40 +1100, "Phil Allison"
> > ** More hypothetical engineering.
> >** But you do not know since you have no experience of it.
> It is not possible to tell you exact what you will measure since the
> mains voltage varies.
** Who asked for exact ? 400 volt poly caps are also often rated at
200 volts AC (but not across the mains like X class ones)
> I am not your neighbour and may have a different
> voltage. Mains is also 50Hz.
> The fans are not exactly the same, so I am sorry, you will experience
> slightly different result.
** So you have no idea?
> But in order to get experience you must be able to connect few wires
> together, then it takes much less time than you have used trying to
> insult the different persons who have tried to help you
** Huh ? I am not the OP here.
I am trying to defend my posted solution form all the doubters, who
like you, seem to all have no actual experience with the method when used
with mini fans.
OTOH I have lots.
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