[Lab] Does any one have
jim.kiskis at gmail.com
Sun Jan 26 21:58:39 EST 2014
This is a one off to see if it would meet my needs as I need to control a dc charger for my e-bike
So it will be on and off during the low cost times for charging as the ones I have tried from retail just fail on me
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> On Jan 26, 2014, at 7:20 PM, Roman Gargulak <roman at cncwings.com> wrote:
> If you are building switched power bar similar to PowerSwitch Tail or the one in the link posted by Justin, be careful as you are dealing with lethal voltages.
> You may consider power outlet like this for your project:
> It will give you also 2x 2.1A at 5VDC.
> Just a side note, in Canada, the Canadian Electrical Code requires manufacturers or importers of electrical products to get them “approved” for electrical safety.
> This is usually done by CSA or UL (or other approved certification body) for large quantities, or Special Inspection Service can be done for small quantities or individual one-of projects.
> Any "appliance" without this certification or approval is illegal and shall not be connected to the utility power grid.
> If, God forbid, such appliance causes damage, injury or death, no insurance will cover these damages and installer of such appliance bears full liability.
> Stay safe!
>> On 1/26/2014 4:43 PM, Jim Kiskis wrote:
>> A arduino that they might spare for purchase as I am wanting to make a power switcher from justin's previous post
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