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Posted by William on July 1, 2003, 9:31 pm
 
How about XLR plugs? I've seen 'em used, and they work very well. They're
usually used in pro audio equipment, (often seen on microphones, for
example) and usually have 3 pins.(polarised) The current rating is usually
3A, but there are some that go much higher. They also come in locking and
non-locking versions. Of course, it means that you have to re-wire the
appliance....
I certainly wouldn't use British power sockets; some of 'em are really cheap
& nasty, and not really designed for DC.


sockets


Posted by Bob Adkins on July 2, 2003, 1:45 am
 


I thought the Brits use DC...

Bob

Posted by Steve Spence on July 2, 2003, 1:58 am
 no, they use 50hz 240volt ac.


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Steve Spence
www.green-trust.org


Posted by Bob Adkins on July 2, 2003, 10:55 am
 wrote:


Ah. That's right. I knew it was something weird.

Bob

Posted by DGT on July 2, 2003, 11:44 am
 

But at least our power supply is fairly reliable and only one voltage with a
colour code that most people can understand

Dave



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