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post #11 of 16
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POWERWALKERVI2200LINEINTERACTIVEUPS.PNG 457k .PNG file
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Originally Posted by panoverclock View Post


I already had this picture but i wasn't sure about it.
I want to be 100% before to connect anything on it.
I dont want to damage anything by my self, i just finished my new gaming computer and it cost a lot redface.gif

FOUND IT!! smile.gif
Left is OUT.
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Originally Posted by panoverclock View Post


I already had this picture but i wasn't sure about it.
I want to be 100% before to connect anything on it.
I dont want to damage anything by my self, i just finished my new gaming computer and it cost a lot redface.gif
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Originally Posted by panoverclock View Post


I already had this picture but i wasn't sure about it.
I want to be 100% before to connect anything on it.
I dont want to damage anything by my self, i just finished my new gaming computer and it cost a lot redface.gif

FOUND IT!! smile.gif
Left is OUT. Right is IN. thumbsupsmiley.png
post #12 of 16
well to be honest I think it suggests it will work either way round. don't forget the communication is a two way thing. it will just be a circuit that trips or blows something within it should there be a surge from either side.

its not powered in any way. just a passive protection.

I wouldn't worry if the instructions are so vague... at the worst scenario it wont communicate the wrong way around... I doubt it.

given I cant find any other people quizzing the situation online your only other option is to contact the manufacturer. just email them and ask only then can you be 100% sure smile.gif

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sorted then biggrin.gif good stuff thumb.gif
Edited by Bobby Bobblerz - 10/28/14 at 2:03am
post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by Bobby Bobblerz View Post

well to be honest I think it suggests it will work either way round. don't forget the communication is a two way thing. it will just be a circuit that trips or blows something within it should there be a surge from either side.

its not powered in any way. just a passive protection.

I wouldn't worry if the instructions are so vague... at the worst scenario it wont communicate the wrong way around... I doubt it.

given I cant find any other people quizzing the situation online your only other option is to contact the manufacturer. just email them and ask only then can you be 100% sure smile.gif
FOUND IT!! smile.gif
Left is OUT. Right is IN.
You can read it in this picture\attachment.
POWERWALKERVI2200LINEINTERACTIVEUPS.PNG 457k .PNG file
post #14 of 16
heh, that's some faint port labelling. lol

And vague instructions biggrin.gif

all good cheers.gif
post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by Bobby Bobblerz View Post

heh, that's some faint port labelling. lol

And vague instructions biggrin.gif

all good cheers.gif

Its faint and for you? Fhew that's a relief, i was thinking that i need a better eye glasses lmaosmiley.gif

+rep for you, i found it because of your help and search!

Thank you.
Edited by panoverclock - 10/28/14 at 2:14am
post #16 of 16
Enjoy!, thanks... happy computing biggrin.gif
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