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Old 3rd July 2006, 11:21 AM   #51
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Your link didn't work.

lol, it wasn't supposed to.

Good point he made though.
 
Old 3rd July 2006, 11:40 AM   #53
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Good point he made though.
I guess he is allowed an opinion the same as I am.

The missed point here is that people do not, will not learn when someone tells them you cannot make this because I said so. This attitude does not teach anyone anything.

Any power supply is dangerous period. I believe the main objection seems to be that of exposure to 120volts or 220v or what ever the hell your mains voltage is. Is there any less exposure to say a 250volt DC supply? A misplaced hand or finger will still fry your *** won't it?

Want isolation? Throw a damn 600-600 transformer in there.
 
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The missed point here is that people do not, will not learn when someone tells them you cannot make this because I said so.
No one said that. What the experienced guys have been saying is that one shouldn't go down this path because it is DEADLY DANGEROUS.

With that, I am closing this thread.
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