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1995\07\28@121050 by Harrison Cooper

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As Mr. Neale mentioned, there is lethal power running around.  However, in
this case I will be using a on-line power supply (AT&T signle chip with a
couple of parts) for the Vcc, with the whole thing in a sealed unit so no
fingers will be poking around within it.  Its kinda a smart appliance type
application, but due to size constraints can't use a SSR so just using a
triac to switch a 9 amp load.

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1995\07\31@112005 by Kevin P. Fleming

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At 10:11 AM 7/28/95 -0600, Harrison Cooper wrote:
>As Mr. Neale mentioned, there is lethal power running around.  However, in
>this case I will be using a on-line power supply (AT&T signle chip with a
>couple of parts) for the Vcc, with the whole thing in a sealed unit so no
>fingers will be poking around within it.  Its kinda a smart appliance type
>application, but due to size constraints can't use a SSR so just using a
>triac to switch a 9 amp load.
>
>.....hcooperKILLspamspam@spam@es.com
>
>

Would you mind passing along some info on your single-chip power supply? Thanks.
Kevin Fleming, Reliable Networx, Inc.
Phoenix, AZ
Internet: kpfhomespamKILLspamprimenet.com


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