Centralized Power Supply

Mark Pulver mpulver at midiwall.com
Sat Jun 7 16:18:21 CEST 1997

Connie Garfield (09:06 PM 6/6/97 -0700) had said:

>	If I'm not mistaken (please forgive my penchant for getting on here and
>trying to recall stuff ;-> ), there was a 1U rack mount supply in the
>mid '80s, called the "Juice Goose".  I believe it was 9 volts AC out to
>about 7 or 8 power cords, and it may have had a switchable outlet, as

Nope... the Juice Goose that's sitting in my racks here is pure line level
AC. It's purpose in live is to smooth out spikes, keep the voltage level
constant, correct for high/low voltage, and get rid of EMI/RFI noise.

There are different level's of Goose's (Geese?) to get different levels of

The Juise Goose ain't what you be tinkin' of, I dun't tink, but I do
vaguely remember that someone had done all this before. I think you're


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