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    Quote Originally Posted by Northwinds View Post
    How the heck are they making money at that consumer price? Looks like a lot of parts if you had to build an identical one?
    They're not. It's a new type of war. They're killing our economy. And it's a war I'm afraid we already lost.
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    ---there is no replacement for displacement
    Quote Originally Posted by Gepetto View Post
    Make sure they are relay based rather than thyristor based (SSR). Relays are old school but do a better job with audio equipment.

    They have both types but this particular one "Powerswitch tail II" uses a relay. Also available in kit form.

    • AC input: NEMA 5-15P Plug, standard 120vac with ground.
    • AC output: NEMA 5-15R Receptacle, standard 120vac with ground.
    • Switching capacity: 15amps @ 120vac.
    • Relay contact configuration: 1C, can be rewired for normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC) operation.
    • Life expectancy: 100,000 operations @ 15 amps, 125vac, resistive
    • DC input: 3-12vdc (3-30ma), terminal block accepts #30-14 AWG wire.
    • Operate times: 15 ms max actuate, 10 ms max release.
    • DC to ac circuit isolation: 5300Vrms.
    • Indicator: LED indicates when dc side is energized.
    • Protection: AC side protected with 150vac MOV; DC side is transient free.
    • Mounting: Two #6 screws on 2" x 2.5" grid.
    • Indoor use only.
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    Looks like a lot of parts if you had to build an identical one?
    Last edited by schreiben; 01-06-2018 at 02:56 PM.

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