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11 minutes ago, davidbr said:

The London Road RSU is very good and easy to change the voltage.  I made a label for the different combinations which people might find useful:

 

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I saw that on your photo earlier and was going to try and replicate it as it's very neatly done. Thank you for posting the original as it were :)

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8 hours ago, davidbr said:

The London Road RSU is very good and easy to change the voltage.  I made a label for the different combinations which people might find useful:

 

 

Did you create the original version with 2.5v missing off it? I remember downloading it off another forum (I think *think* Scaleforum) but was unable to thank the person who originally came up with it. First thing I then did was add the 2.5v option, then print out and stick on my unit. I think it's the single most useful accessory for this RSU. :)

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5 hours ago, 57xx said:

 

Did you create the original version with 2.5v missing off it? I remember downloading it off another forum (I think *think* Scaleforum) but was unable to thank the person who originally came up with it. First thing I then did was add the 2.5v option, then print out and stick on my unit. I think it's the single most useful accessory for this RSU. :)

 

Yes, I did.  Well remembered!  I made the first one using the LRM instructions which omitted 2.5v.  Someone told me the arrangement so I added it to the label.

The image should fit a sticky Avery label - 10 to an A4 sheet.  Sorry, but I don't know the Avery code.

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5 minutes ago, davidbr said:

Yes, I did.

 

In that case, thank you David! :)

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On 31/07/2020 at 11:16, Bucoops said:

 

I saw that on your photo earlier and was going to try and replicate it as it's very neatly done. Thank you for posting the original as it were :)

Much neater than my hand scrawling with a permanent marker!

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8 hours ago, doilum said:

Much neater than my hand scrawling with a permanent marker!

 

A bit like mine too!! Both on top and on the front case. Works for me!

 

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Regards

Deano.

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9 hours ago, Deano747 said:

 

A bit like mine too!! Both on top and on the front case. Works for me!

 

 

Deano. I really like the way you have drawn the links across the sockets, I might do something similar.

 

 

One of my (minor) irritations with the LRM unit is that the power and footswitch cables always get tangled in their box when I put it away, does anyone have any comment on the wisdom (or otherwise) of converting one or both cables to plug and socket - I was thinking something like a IEC C13 'kettle' lead?

 

Jon

 

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My LRM RSU was supplied at my request with the arrangement you describe, so that I could use a standard female PC mains lead with an Aussie plug.

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