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how-to-wire [2019/03/05 08:09]
86.206.243.33 [DC power] typo correction
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86.206.243.33 [DC power] typo correction
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 Power supplies have input for the mains (L, N and PE) and a few outputs of DC voltage of a fixed value. Our machines usually use 12V or 24V PSU. %V PSU are often found for electronics. Co2 lasers have their own specific power supply. Power supplies have input for the mains (L, N and PE) and a few outputs of DC voltage of a fixed value. Our machines usually use 12V or 24V PSU. %V PSU are often found for electronics. Co2 lasers have their own specific power supply.
  
-DC power is at these voltages is not dangerous.+DC power at these voltages is not dangerous.
  
 You'll start to feel a small bite at 24V. By the way you should always work on your electrical components without power because the tiny circuit running on 3.3V isn't going to like to be touched by mistake by a 24V wire. You'll start to feel a small bite at 24V. By the way you should always work on your electrical components without power because the tiny circuit running on 3.3V isn't going to like to be touched by mistake by a 24V wire.