a station in Peru
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(2014-08-29, 18:25)clif9710 Wrote: Very helpful, W3DRM (I am WA7MAD). No, Peru doesn't have 110V - adapters have to be used. I'm not sure about the power line frequency. I would have the time to get it set up in the time I would be there, it's the frequency of access that would be a problem thereafter, so being able to remotely check on and adjust parameters later would be perfect!

Peru has 220Vac, 60Hz. Adapters are required. See the following link:
http://whatplug.info/from/usa/to/peru

The Powerstream 5 volt power supply would be ideal for both the US and Peru. It comes with various adapter plugs and works on both 110 and 220 lines.
http://www.powerstream.com/AC-1898.htm
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a station in Peru - by clif9710 - 2014-08-28, 01:52
RE: a station in Peru - by John.Sacrey - 2014-08-28, 13:16
RE: a station in Peru - by clif9710 - 2014-08-28, 17:54
RE: a station in Peru - by W3DRM - 2014-08-29, 00:32
RE: a station in Peru - by clif9710 - 2014-08-29, 18:25
RE: a station in Peru - by W3DRM - 2014-08-29, 18:37
RE: a station in Peru - by cutty - 2014-08-29, 18:32



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