ask them to prove this statement. IT people believe in a lot of things that are just plain false.Originally posted by scotsarm:
how do i respond to ITs who claim that 220 is a more stable voltage than 110?
Not sure I can agree, maybe I misunderstand. Any common mode voltages on the primary will be removed on the secondary period. What little does pass is via capacitive coupling, which can be removed further via shielding type transformers.Originally posted by marcspages:
The moment you connect them to each other in any way whatsoever, you may as well remove the transformer. Agree?
Your 120V balanced is used in the UK, plenty! It's called RLV (reduced low voltage) but, and here is the crunch, I have had a number of cases already where when using PCs on RLV (building sites etc. in the interests of 'safety') the PCs become "unreliable".