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Old 02-02-2011, 10:45 AM   #1
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USB Socket Basically they are a wall socket with two USB charging ports built in.

We have a 2007 19T and would like to replace sone of the existing sockets with these. Are there any reasons we can't?
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Old 02-02-2011, 11:06 AM   #2
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that sounds like it would work, it is a nice idea.. Go for it, Think Spring !!!
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that sounds like it would work, it is a nice idea.. Go for it, Think Spring !!!
Since I'm home on a snow day and the temp just hit 2, spring sounds real nice.
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Old 02-02-2011, 02:41 PM   #4
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Should work fine if you're connected to AC shore power or a generator. Kind of a neat idea! (I wonder though, about not consuming power unless something's connected. There has to be some electronics in there that are powered to reduce 110V AC to 5V DC and I suspect they are hardwired to the AC supply.)

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Should work fine if you're connected to AC shore power or a generator. Kind of a neat idea! (I wonder though, about not consuming power unless something's connected. There has to be some electronics in there that are powered to reduce 110V AC to 5V DC and I suspect they are hardwired to the AC supply.)

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I downloaded the install directions and they only use the existing wiring. Nothing extra to hook up, but there is a polarity checker that comes on if mis wired. So there is something interal, but don't know if it draws powers.
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Thanks for posting this! What a cool idea... we're typically plagued with charging adapter clutter between my ipod charger, my better half's Kindle charger, our cell phone charger, etc. This gadget looks like a great way to clean up a mess.

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That looks nice. Is it UL listed?
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That looks nice. Is it UL listed?

IIRC, that's what's delaying the shipping - final approval from UL.
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