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Thread: What is the voltage in your country?
face BY : David VanHorn email (remove spam text)

>I still have a few 260Vac ones floating around (the ones that do not pop
>every day ;o)

Just in case you think it's all straightened out here...
We're nominally 120 VAC, however, I have seen this range from 70VAC to 140VAC.
On non-defective systems.

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