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Old 5th May 2011, 09:09 PM   #11
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glad to find this on this forum. I have several items need to order from you, online ordering seems rather difficult.

What is the best way?, can I send u PM with items and get total etc?

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Old 5th May 2011, 09:46 PM   #12
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I'm still a one man operation and a little guy in a big sea of suppliers

So the best way is either to email me directly with your wants
or call me TOLL FREE 1 866 4 APEX JR --- 1 866 427-3957
steve.apexjr@prodigy.net
I can check stock and weight and get back with you on costs

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Old 5th May 2011, 09:56 PM   #13
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Now this right here is AWESOME! how many places get you get a direct line to a place for support??

I have ordered many items from Steve and the service has always been first rate!

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Old 10th May 2011, 02:41 PM   #14
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question for Steve on the toroids: Do you really, or sort of, rate the voltage of these babies @ the specified amps??
What would the no-load ACV be on the 13.6--15.5V or so?
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Got my packages in good shape.

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Old 10th May 2011, 04:41 PM   #16
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question for Steve on the toroids: Do you really, or sort of, rate the voltage of these babies @ the specified amps??
What would the no-load ACV be on the 13.6--15.5V or so?


I see if the toroids are marked and normally the voltages are no load voltages
otherwise they need to be checked and use a DMM also under no load.

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Old 11th November 2012, 09:37 AM   #17
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Is Apex Jr. the same as the Apex company that makes DVD players?

I have three 110 volt Apex DVD players that I need 220 volt power supplies for.

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Old 11th November 2012, 12:57 PM   #18
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\ No... my company deaks with surplus audio cmponents.

but I might have some transformers to take you from 115-220 and
220-115 in stock various va rating's

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Old 12th November 2012, 07:36 AM   #19
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but I might have some transformers to take you from 115-220 and 220-115 in stock various va rating's
I am an Electronic Tech. & spent 20 yrs. living in Europe & Asia, so I know all about Step up/down XMFRs. I can buy those here in Philippines.

What I need are the 220 volt power supply boards (or simply the Internal 220V power XMFR), for APEX DVD players.

Reason for Converting electronics: In Philippines the AC power is 220V, single phase, 60Hz, UNgrounded. Neutral is rarely actually grounded. In Phils. Neutral is an ungrounded "Common". The Phils. electric outlets are the old 2-prong USA outlets. Filipinos don't understand different AC voltages. They see an AC plug that matches an AC outlet & plug it in. Without converting 110V electronics to 220, eventually they WILL be plugged into 220V & destroy the internal pwr. XMFR. For an external step down XMFR to preclude being unplugged, it MUST be Hard-Wired into the AC pwr cord. It's much better to simply replace the internal 110V pwr XMFR, with a 220V version. Once that is done, the equipment can never be plugged into the wrong voltage.

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Hi Steve:

You have a email from me

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