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Subject: RE: low-tech ways to avoid polarity problems

RE: low-tech ways to avoid polarity problems

From: VanBaren, Gerald (AGRE) <"VanBaren,>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 07:54:45 -0700

Sorry for feeding the troll, but...


> Just how innovative is it to make a coaxial power plug that's
> just like
> an existing one but is .5mm larger in outside diameter? And would we
> really be better off if we didn't 'stifle innovation' by having
> standards for house current voltage, frequency, outlets, and plugs?

You apparently have not traveled internationally ;-)


> Regards,
> Fred Maxwell
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