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Subject: [TenTec] european electronic equipment
From: seay@alaska.net (Del Seay)
Date: Wed, 4 Nov 1998 05:57:02 -0900
We need to know more, Greg. What is it? And does the
ac input also supply a clocking for the equipment?
If it is strictly a power source, driving a transformer,
then it should be no problem
Fill me in and maybe I can help.
de KL7HF

-----Original Message-----
From: Greg Deiss <deiss@camasnet.com>
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Date: Tuesday, November 03, 1998 8:20 PM
Subject: [TenTec] european electronic equipment

>Hello group,
>Since this is not a Tentec question I am appealing to your sense of
>compassion and good will.  We have a foreign exchange high school
>student from Germany living with us this year. He has brought with him a
>piece of electronic equipment (dare I say Playstation?) that is designed
>to run on 220-240v.AC @ 50hz.  Converting the voltage for use in the USA
>is easy.  Is there a need to worry about accommodating the difference in
>frequency as well?  If so, can it be done easily?
>Greg, KL7QX
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