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Double Switch 2 (FGS-223) in socket with TV and amplituner? Is that OK?


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Hi,

 

I would like to know if I can attach my Double Switch 2 (FGS-223) to the power socket. I plan to plug TV (LG 42la660s) to one socket and amplituner (Marantz pm5005) to another.

The purpose is to monitor power usage to create some scenes.

 

The question is - can I attach this DS into the socket with those devices? The manual states, that DS should be only used with resistive load, but I have no idea whether those devices generates this kind of load or another.

 

Please, help! Many thanks for all who answer :)

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I believe you can. Teh manual says:

 

The Switch 2 may operate under the following loads:
Conventional incandescent light sources,
Halogen light sources,
Electrical appliances which power consumption does not exceed the limit for a specified device.

 

Check out the videos on the on line manual, they show how to connect to a mains socket  

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