Power inserters Switch 64 and DPP44 identical? (1 Viewer)

Van

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No, the dpp 44 is from what I have learned a higher powered switch and uses 1.5 amps ( Im pulling this from a fuzzy head and info from a year ago ) to power the switch and that it is at its limits for being self powered.
 

Van

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The whole switch overal is a better design but the inserter is the weakest link on the 64's but they did improve it some with the twist lock of the power plug that ataches to it.
 

John Kotches

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Paradox-SJ said:
If you need a power inserter for a 44 I have an extra one. PM me

There are some inexpensive ones on e-bay that don't come with inserters...

I have a spare SW-64 floating around so I thought I'd ask if it was compatible. Better to ask before rather than after ;-)

Regards,
 

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