Subject: Re: [OT] - Sparc voltage requirements...
To: None <Chris.Smith@raytheon.co.uk>
From: Brad Spencer <email@example.com>
Date: 09/04/2000 09:14:28
Sorry to post an off-topic one, but you guys
should know the answer to the following
question (there is nothing at sunhelp.org that
says for example!):-
Are Sun power-supplies dual-voltage? i.e can
you run a US spec system on a UK supply?
Sparcs are dirt cheap in the US and I don't
wish to spend too much cash on one. It'll
be running NetBSD of course (probably on a
Sparc-4/5 depending on costs...). I'm just
fed up with PC reliability if you know what
PS - Please can you forward all replies to me
as I'm not on the list (yet!).
Although it might be model dependent, a particular power supply that I use
in an IPC here [Power supply model: APS-02, Part Number: 300-1055-05. Its
actually a Sony power supply] has the following written on it:
AC 100-120V 4.6A
AC 200-240V 2.5A
I am pretty sure that I have seen Sun power supplies also advertise
themselves as being able to do: 90-250V 47-63MHZ, but my memory is fuzzy
on this point.
You will need the correct power cord, of course...
Brad Spencer - firstname.lastname@example.org http://anduin.eldar.org
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