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805(/4)0 power supply and mains voltage

hogan, modified 2 Years ago.

805(/4)0 power supply and mains voltage

Youngling Posts: 2 Join Date: 4/9/09 Recent Posts

Units marked for 240V supply voltage. Are they safe to use in the 230 V mains network? (supposing the switching power supply doesn't much care about the mains voltage).

antong, modified 2 Years ago.

RE: 805(/4)0 power supply and mains voltage

Padawan Posts: 76 Join Date: 6/12/20 Recent Posts

Hello, Hogan!

Yes, they are safe to use in the 230V network. Most likely you'll have to find suitable power cord for local power outlets as 240V units are shipped with 3-pin UK style cord. But otherwise there are no other restrictions.

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