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LED drivers and transformers.

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by winston1, 30 Apr 2018.

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  1. winston1

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    I sent the following email to LED Hut yesterday:

    "Message: Why are you describing LED DC power supplies as 'transformers'? They are NOT transformers which are AC devices. This can be very confusing for customers. Please correct this mis-information."

    They have replied:

    "Thank you very much for your email & for pointing this out.

    I will request that our IT/website team look into this & rectify where applicable.

    Many thanks for your feedback,
    Lewis"

    Here's hoping something will happen.
     
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    ...and if they decide to use a dictionary or common sense instead of an abbreviation in an electrical glossary, then decide to change nothing; will you accept that?
     
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    Don't understand what you are trying to say. But obviously changing nothing would not be acceptable and would not be common sense.
     
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    Then you are the only one who doesn't.


    Not acceptable to you, maybe.

    But that doesn't matter.
     
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    Sometimes it's useful to have an idiot around.
    It stops all the smarter people from thinking the same thing.
     
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    Companies get better and better at making things idiot proof.
    Nature keeps making better idiots.
    I know this for a fact.
     
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