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Nuts & Volts Magazine (June 2016)

Getting Down to Earth

By Jim Weit    View In Digital Edition  

Most projects you see in electronics magazines are powered by batteries, wall mount adapters, or from a computer USB port. At some point, you might work on equipment that is powered directly from the AC power line; things like antique radios and amateur radio transmitters. Here is some little known or often overlooked information about the AC power line so that you can be aware of the possible danger as you work.


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