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Using a 16A energy monitor in a 10A socket
I'm in Australia (220-240 / 50-60Hz) and wanting to monitor some appliances energy usage. The sockets here are 10Amp standard. Am I going to run into dire trouble if I use a 16A monitoring device ...
Mar 30 '12 at 10:20
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