Tony Duell [ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk] wrote:
And that looks like a very standard typoe of IEC320 plug with
mains filter. It';s also a design that I've never tried to open to
repair, because it's so common.
The parameters that matter are the maximum voltage that the
the filter will stand (but I wouild be suprised if any
wouldn't take 240V
mains), and the maximum current that the inductor in the filter can
carry. The latter should be more than the fuse rating in the
I can't believe DELNO takes that much current, so most
filters will be OK.
Coincidentally I have a Schaffner FN9222R sitting here.
It has a diagram on the case and it says "250V 10A @ 50degC".
So I'd be surprised if that didn't work quite nicely in a
DELNI. I don't have a DELNI to hand so I cannot check whether
it would be a good physical fit.
I do have the DELNI technical manual (and I've scanned it
so it should be on the net) and figure 5-2 suggests that
it's connected via the usual spade connectors. So if it fits
in the cut-out then it should be fine.
arcarlini at iee.org