[j-nsp] 208v power and 110...
Justin M. Streiner
streiner at cluebyfour.org
Thu May 10 16:16:55 EDT 2018
On Thu, 10 May 2018, David B Funk wrote:
> auto-sensing is pretty ubiquitous, you'll find it in many consumer devices
> such as the wall-wart for charging your phone/PDAs.
> Look at the power input rating label on a device, if it says "100-240" then
> it's auto-sensing and you're good to go.
Be careful with wall-warts. If it doesn't explicitly say that it will
work at 240V, or it's not clear that it will, don't try to plug into a
higher voltage outlet. Many wall-warts are still floating around that
don't work at >120 VAC and will instantly release their magic smoke...
The other thing is if you use PDUs that have IEC C13 connectors for 120V
devices, you might need IEC-C14 <-> NEMA 5-15R adapter cords, an
appropriate PDU with NEMA 5-15R or 5-15/20R recaptacles, or some NEMA
5-15/20R convenience outlets to provide a place to plug in those wall-warts.
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