I'm getting ready to put together my own build of the "poormans" PowerCON Distro that has been discussed here and linked from here:Any general advice? I'm very open to suggestion and direction. Thanks in advance!
Several interesting posts.1 - I've never seen a commercial product like this before. It must be somewhat new because others in the previous PMD threads had not seen this. 2 - PowerCon True1: it looks more functional than original PowerCon in every way. But, it is completely incompatible with original PowerCon, correct? How did you select True1, then - Is it that you don't have any existing PowerCon gear in your inventory and just need a locking connector for certain racks rather than an ecosystem? Or have user products begun carrying true1?
If it were me, I would do the True1 version - there's no downside, really, and potentially significant upside. You may have a few products that use old-style Powercon, but probably not very many. A couple old-True1 cables would solve that problem, and you get the benefit of standardizing your distro gear on a much more normal linkable power scheme, unlike the confusion of white vs. blue old Powercon.As time passes, True1 will likely replace regular Powercon.
Been following this thread for a while.Anyway, I was looking up the True1 connectors on Neutrik's website and noticed that they refer the the True1 as a 16/20A several times and to 16A(20A US) in another place. What are they referring to and what is the rating of the connector at 120vac and at 230vac?Sent from my Nexus 4 running OmniROM 4.4 KitKat using Tapatalk Pro
Interesting. I'm about to replace the powered boxes I have with RCF NX 12s on the "box-a-month" plan. I can't modify the box, I want to retain a warranty. I wish there was a way I could do this with True1, but how could I do that with 6 brand new original PowerCon wedges? I'mBummed that doesn't make sense.
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