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Old 20th April 2010, 07:51 AM   #211
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I don't care about crazy voltage on your home, it is your rule, but I will try to rule Java standard maximum only 70V, what a nice.
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Old 20th April 2010, 08:59 AM   #212
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I don't care about crazy voltage on your home, it is your rule, but I will try to rule Java standard maximum only 70V, what a nice.
On-to-a-ban makes sense

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230V mains uses 4 times less copper (or aluminium) than 115V for the same power capability and losses. Copper is a semi-precious metal, and it's getting more expensive year after year due to the high demand.

Then again, depending on skin humidity conditions, lower voltages may become lethal too.

230V is probably going to become the worldwide standard within a few decades.
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Old 20th April 2010, 09:48 AM   #215
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onto aban, and what about cars, airplanes etc??. They are also very dangerous (lethal..) if used incorrect (missused), e. g. drunk driver or so...You will limit car speed to 5mph or flight height to 3m?
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230V mains uses 4 times less copper (or aluminium) than 115V for the same power capability and losses. Copper is a semi-precious metal, and it's getting more expensive year after year due to the high demand.

Then again, depending on skin humidity conditions, lower voltages may become lethal too.

230V is probably going to become the worldwide standard within a few decades.
Of course, residual breaker solving this to be no problem at all. Thanks for someone that creating this breaker, and caring the others.
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seems everyone here disagree with my 70V audio rule even in Java. ,,cars and airplane coming here too.


But 70V class is the winner in this world.
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Old 20th April 2010, 12:04 PM   #218
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seems everyone here disagree with my 70V audio rule even in Java. ,,cars and airplane coming here too.


But 70V class is the winner in this world.
Do one thing, plug the 70V lines in your ears and become an angel and rule the universe by wandering till eternity.
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Old 20th April 2010, 12:36 PM   #219
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Hmm,,, it seems I have an idea. By placing residual breaker at the output, It will be safe just like 220V now just saver than before.

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Do one thing, plug the 70V lines in your ears and become an angel and rule the universe by wandering till eternity.
since it will have residual breaker on it, you may play it in your ears. without wandering people

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