Deriving DC power directly from mains?

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daviddeakin

Joined Aug 6, 2009
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Suppose I were to build a general purpose, low-frequency oscillator, and power it directly from rectified mains. The two output connections are isolated with electrolytic capacitors, and it is housed in an insulating (not metal) enclosure.
Is this legal? Does it conform to Class II standards?
 

bertus

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Hello,

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