New stock of step-down converters

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Door Sonic_aka_T

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13-10-2004, 20:59

We received the following e-mail from repair-bas via e-mail:
New item on my list with hardware and parts

I have in stock stepdown converters
You can use them to use for example a Turbo R on 230 Volt.
It is a very small converter, just like an adapter, but you can use it in every 220-240 volt electricity point.
So there are no problems anymore to put it in a powerpoint with earth contact.

One converter is enough for a Japanese or American computer.
It has its own fuse and power led.

Input 220-240 V AC 50 Hz
Output 110-120 V AC 60 Hz

Soon as possible are there pictures on my website, just like the cables, drive belts and other parts

The price at this moment is 15,-- excl shipping
If you want more than one the price is going lower

http://www.bas-ditta.info/verkoopenlinks/op%20de%20schappen.htm

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Van Argon

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13-10-2004, 22:40

I guess with the shipment price, even within the Netherlands, you can as well buy one in an electronics shop, no ?
Where I live they cost about 18 euro... but of course when you go get it at Bas's home, it's a bit cheaper Tongue

Van NYYRIKKI

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13-10-2004, 23:21

Input 220-240 V AC 50 Hz
Output 110-120 V AC 60 Hz

Yeah, right... I'll eat my shorts, if this thing really gives 60Hz...

Van Sonic_aka_T

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14-10-2004, 00:23

idd, those were my thoughts too...

Van Sonic_aka_T

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14-10-2004, 00:24

Although, if it does output 60Hz 15 euros is a steal...

Van Sonic_aka_T

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14-10-2004, 00:25

But they 110-120V part kinda suggests that it won't...

Van Sonic_aka_T

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14-10-2004, 00:25

Guess who's working on their post-count? Tongue

Van NYYRIKKI

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14-10-2004, 00:42

Actually for 15e I think it is more like 150-170V... At least, that would not be first time...

Van flyguille

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14-10-2004, 00:54

the TR not needs iirc 105 or 110v? and if it is 120v it hots?

Van Sonic_aka_T

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14-10-2004, 16:24

Well, mine has run from anything between 110V and 150V, and it still seems to work... The poor thing took a lot of abuse in Costa Rica... Every time they have brown-outs the 'sinewave' of the AC current looks more like the scope part from unknown reality than a sinewave! Tongue

Van Repair-Bas

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14-10-2004, 19:10

It is correct, no 60 Hz output, 50 Hz

I have checked the converter and it is really 112 volt without a computer and with a computer a few voltages lower.
It is perfect for a Turbo-R and it is not getting hot.

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