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Thread: Microchip Power Bricks
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Bob Ammerman wrote:
> I could be wrong, but I think that mChip supplies a conventional linear wall
> wart to those of us in 110V land. Mine are heavy and don't get all that
> warm.

The one I got with my original dos picstart years
ago was a normal one. (I never used it!! original
picstart collectors item anyone??)

The one I got about two years back with the new
Picstart Plus is the awful switcher one but did
come with a US mains lead. Since the mains lead
plugs in I just use an Aussie one.

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