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I've got a North American version of a Sony 1292 I'm parting out. ARe the main LV power supplies auto switching from 110 to 220? I've got a customer in Europe that wants the supply.


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Wow, look at that! You are taking to your new mod duties like a pro.:)


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P.S. - Hint, it is time to ask Alan for his blessing!
 

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do we have a new mod? who is it?
Not yet! I am still trying my damndest to promote Mark.:) Besides Mark the mod has a certain alliterative symmetry.


Curt,

As Mark has said, PM Graham.


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They are completely interchangable Curt. You have to swap the fuse from 10 fast blow to 6 amp delay in a ceramic casing. The input voltage is auto selectable.



The only difference is that the USA supply has a single stage EMC filter on the input but the QM supply has a two stage EMC filter.


IE: they will both work


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Graham


P.S. its highly unlikely his supply is screwed. They are so close to bullet proof its scarey.
 

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So there is no tap changing like the 1271's and the like. It is Auto switching?

I only ask as I will have to do this is a few weeks .

Graham is there anything else I should look out for when this behemoth turns up??? :p You know like hire a forklift or something

What about a G70 ? is it the same setup , got one of them on a ship too.

Hoping to do a side by side Pro's & Con's shootout .


BTW got the Z pistons


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The 1271/51 has a tap change and fuse change. The 1272 has just a fuse change as does the G70.


As far as I know the fuse is rated the same in all these machines. For 240VAC operation it is a 6 Amp AT type fuse with ceramic body.


You can get them in boxes of ten from Radio spares , part number 385-6143 They are made by Bussman and are 3AG size

http://www.rsaustralia.com.au


1 1/4 x 1/4 in Time Delay MDA Fuses


Sold in multiples of 10

rating stock no. price each

10-40 50-90

6A 385-6143 AUS$ 2.47 AUS$ 2.23


technical specification


rated voltage 250V


interrupt rating 250mA - 1A 35A

1.25A - 3A 100A

4A - 12A 200A

15A 1500A

20A 400A



Cool about the Pistons Dude, now you just have to get time to stick em in. :)
 

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Got a spare fuse Graham?
 

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I have a few left I think. But i would have to find them
 

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Got a spare fuse Graham?
Are you guys neighbors or something? :rolleyes:
 

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Mark lives about 20 minutes from me across town
 

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Not yet! I am still trying my damndest to promote Mark.:) Besides Mark the mod has a certain alliterative symmetry. Ericglo
Too bad we can't find a Todd the Mod...... it's got a certain ring to it. Once on a C-band satellite TV FidoNet board, back in the late 80s, we actually had a Todd the Mod.
 

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Mark lives about 20 minutes from me across town
There's quite a few CRT guys in Melbourne.
 

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Hi!

Just to clear some stuff up for an electrics-ignorant-fool:


Exactly where in a 1292Q is this fuse that needs to be changed located? And - all one have to do is to replace it with a 6 Amp AT type fuse with ceramic body?


Anyone from Sweden reading this thread that knows what to look for in the ELFA catalouge? :)
 

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Its in the fuse holder that screws into the front of the power supply under the mains inlet cord.
 
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