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    http://www.benchmark.pl/aktualnosci/...gold-cena.html

    Who the heck would need such a beast? O_o
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    Quote Originally Posted by yojo2 View Post
    http://www.benchmark.pl/aktualnosci/...gold-cena.html

    Who the heck would need such a beast? O_o
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    Must be modified from a server unit platform.

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    need to test one of these

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    166A on a single 12V rail? OMG

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    Ooooh goody, my very own arc welder on the cheap!

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    It has way too few connectors/cables for that much power...
    Careful what you wish for... You just might get it.

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    Maybe there will be two PEG connectors on one cable, only one would be strange imo.

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    I would REALLY advise against using a 2KW single rail unit.
    No wonder it doesn't work! You installed the coils backwards

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    Quote Originally Posted by c_hegge View Post
    I would REALLY advise against using a 2KW single rail unit.
    I'd advise against anything above ~500W. And it's just plain dumb to make single rail units with 100A (or even 75A) but that doesn't hinder the manufacturers to do it anyways because some (=too many) people want such dangerous things...

    Those people should have asked an electrician what he thinks about such things...
    I'd bet that there aren't many out there who'd say that it's a good thing to have such high currents...

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    That's certainly toughing the edge of allowable current on a 20A circuit.
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