Re: Power in Manila

  • To: Paul Ferguson <ferguson at cisco dot com>
  • Subject: Re: Power in Manila
  • From: Gary Mensenares <jug at tirad.herrera dot iphil dot net>
  • Date: Sun, 8 Feb 1998 13:28:19 +0800 (HKT)
  • Cc: Asia Pacific Ops <apops at apnic dot net>
  • Department: Network Engineering
  • In-reply-to: < at lint dot cisco dot com>
  • Organization: IPhil Communications Network Inc.
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    • On Sat, 7 Feb 1998, Paul Ferguson wrote:
      > Thanks -- my PC has an internal power converter, so I can handle either
      > 110v or 220v. I was just concerned about the plug adapter itself. From
      > what I gather, the plug itself is the same as in the States, no?
      If I am not mistaken, US standard plugs have a third prong for grounding.
      Philippine standard does not. Your two main prongs are round. Ours is flat.
      To compare, it should be something like this:
      European Standard:
                     --   --
      I do not know which of these is US Standard:
                      o   o
                      |   |
      If it is the later, ours is very similar except that the grounding prong is 
      uncommon, so it should be like this:
                      |   |
      But not to worry. We will try to provide as many universal plug converters as
      possible. I'll put your name on one of them already. =B).
      Gary Mensenares <jug at iphil dot net>	| Network Engineering Group
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