34468Re: [midatlanticretro] MARCH's 11/44
- Feb 17, 2014On Feb 17, 2014, at 5:36 PM, Systems Glitch wrote:
> > I don't think a standard 15-amp circuit isI'm familiar with the slow-blow fuses (I made that discovery when I
> > going to like it any better now that we have real electricity.
> Depends on the type of breaker/overload protection. Time-delay /fuses/ are available for motor circuits with very high starting current demands. I don't know if they're available for the switchgear at InfoAge, but one can also purchase thermal breakers that allow for the same behavior.
built my own tube amp when living in an apartment that still ran on
fuses a few years ago - those can produce some pretty substantial
inrush, especially when you're doing things wrong). I figured there
must be some breakers along those lines; it might be worth looking
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