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[Discuss] Great talks last night, however...

Thanks for the PowerWerks pointer ... and

Remember the meeting  / talk reminder and disclaimer, not to do any of this
at home  ..

There was a lot of encouraging discussion about education and learning
about these topics ..

How does Anderson compare to Philmore DC 30A Quick Disconnect?


On Thu, Jul 20, 2017 at 12:57 PM, Bill Ricker <bill.n1vux at> wrote:

> On Jul 20, 2017 10:15 AM, "Bill Bogstad" <bogstad at> wrote:
> I have to repeat my negative reaction to the idea that one would
> consider using polarized AC plugs/sockets for low voltage DC
> interconnects.  That is probably as bad an idea as ...
> Seconded.
> And totally in contradiction to any underwriting, code, or best practices.
> No No No.
> This is a recipe for a housefire with insurance claim denied.
> Anderson power pole is a DC semi standard.
> My preferred supplier aside from MIT SwapMeet is
> (Their new england distributor comes to NEARfest)
> Re Coax DC see
> Listing_of_DC_coaxial_connectors
> (I have one ancient piece of test equipment with dual power options. It has
> a 4 pole Cinch-Jones port with one pair AC, one pair DC so you can only
> connect one cord. CJ is polarized |= so hard to screwup ...)
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