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Subject: Basic electronics question

Date: 04/18/02 at 2:42 PM
Posted by: Rick Handt
E-mail: bigrick48@yahoo.com
Message Posted:

Have:
PDA Charger:
INPUT 100-240V 50-60Hz 22-34VA
OUTPUT 5V 1.7A

Power Strip:
Belkin Model No. F5C047v360
15Amp 125Vac 60Hz 1875Watt
Transient Suppression Voltage 330V

Need: to plug one power strip into a standard US wall outlet (in a home or office), and daisy-chain X number of power strips and off that first strip. In each power strip I want to plug in PDA chargers. What I need to know is how many power strips, fully loaded with chargers, I can connect out of one outlet (one plug). Here are some other questions:

1. Is this a series or parallel circuit?

2. If voltage coming out of the outlet is V (whatever the standard voltage is out of a US home or office outlet), how many power strips with chargers can be supported?

3. If the total amps of the outlet is I (whatever the standard current is out of a US home or office outlet), how many power strips with chargers can be supported?

4. How does daisy-chaining of the power strips effect the
system?

Thanks for any help.


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