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Hack:   The NoCat Night Light
Subject:   220v
Date:   2003-05-16 08:36:33
From:   anonymous2
Response to: 220v

Maybe -
Use a transformer to step down the voltage to the 110 volt product, don't use one of those "resistance type" adapters. You don't need a real big transformer.


And add a bypass capacitor to carry the RF signal around the transformer. A nice, beefy 600 volt, non-electrolytic, around 100 nanofarads (0.1 microfarads).


Pretty cheap swap meet parts - it might work.
No guarantees, but might be worth a try.

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  • 220v
    2003-08-22 12:17:37  anonymous2 [View]

    DLINK have model which works on both 110 and 220v

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