Re: Lisa-1's left

From: Ray Arachelian <ray_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2008 08:53:21 -0400

Andreas_210 wrote:
> That works fine with the 1.8A unit, only.
> A Lisa-1 should have a 1.2A (220V / 0.7A) power supply.
> This one canīt be switched easily.

It should be perfectly fine to use a 1.8A in a Lisa 1. The extra amperage isn't drawn (used), nor does it harm anything. In fact, you're probably better off using a 1.8A in all Lisas than a 1.2A - since you draw less power, you put less strain on the power supply, so both the machine and the power supply will last longer.

On the other hand, yes, if you want to be historically accurate, the 1.8A PS was only available after the Lisa 2 introduction, specifically with the Lisa 2/10, however, there's nothing to stop you from using the 1.8A supply when actually using the Lisa 1, then swapping the 1.2A PS back when you're not. :-)

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