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(revision "E", 04/03/05)

220 Volt Power Cycling Mouse Simulator

220 Volt versions of the Power Cycling Mouse Simulator are made by refurbishing downlevel 110 VAC mouse simulators (T/L 92F7430) from IBM RTP. Units have been outfitted with internal components such as relays and power supplies with are compliant for both 110 VAC 60 Hz and 240 VAC 50 Hz operation.

The Units are not new and were not expressly designed or manufactured for 220 VAC usage. The microcode and its modifications contained within the Mouse Simulator has been specified by IBM.

The weight of the bare unit is between approximately 1.5 and 2.0 pounds.
front view of mouse simulator

Note the use of plug code "A" plugs (see chart at bottom) for supplying power to the Simulator.
rear view of mouse simulator

The Mouse Simulator is attached via the plug code "A" plugs to a heavy gauge aluminum power box. The cabling from the power box is then connected to the 220 VAC supply. The 220 VAC version can be outfitted with whatever outlet plug is suitable for the voltage source at the testing site.
rear view of mouse simulator attached to power box
rear view of mouse simulator attached to power box

front view of mouse simulator attached to power box
front view of mouse simulator attached to power box

Standard cables can be provided with each box for connection to the unit under test.
front view of mouse simulator with cords attached
The weight of the bare unit with powerbox and cords is between approximately 4.5 and 5.0 pounds.
 view of cord

Various Plug configurations:
 various plugs

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