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 Post subject: [RFD-1] 100V -> 240V conversion video
PostPosted: 30 Dec 2023, 15:17 
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Really neat:

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In the video LIVE is on the right #7 and POWER starts on the left #1 (100V) -- also how my Japanese RFD-1 is cabled for 100V.

Moving POWER to #2 turns the RFD-1 from 100V to 120V.
Moving it to #4 turns the RFD-1 from 100V to 220V.
Moving it to #5 turns the RFD-1 from 100V to 240V (as shown in the video).

Anyone with a 120V/220V/240V model could easily visually check how the jumper is configured.

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 Post subject: Re: [RFD-1] 100V -> 240V conversion video
PostPosted: 14 Mar 2024, 17:53 
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This pic of a RFD-1 would show how 120V is selected (moving the white cable from Pin 1 (100V) to Pin 2 (120V).

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That would make pin 7 the one on the left (LIVE power, doesn't move) and pin 1 the one on the right -- as showed in the video above.

So ...

  [ 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ]
    | x | | x | |
    /   | |   | |
LIVE    / |   | \
    240V  |   |  100V
          /   \
      220V     120V


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 Post subject: Re: [RFD-1] 100V -> 240V conversion video
PostPosted: 20 Mar 2024, 10:48 
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The pins are also marked on the bottom of the PCB:

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