Hey! instead of playing with 120V how about we pull some power off of your doorbell transformer which is usually hanging off the side of your panel or mounted beside it. Usually these suckers do 12V/16V/24V AC. You're safe, and the setup you're making is safe. now whatever you use to get 5v will be cheaper and smaller.
Thank you! Now I guess for me, to have these work as household agents, I need to be either plug free or electrical system snap-ins. Otherwise, it's my parents' Christmas tree all over again. (You know the tree with 20 strands in an octopus tangle of plugs and extension cords.)
Maybe as a request to the Onion team or beg my EE friends to come up with a Onion dock or extension that puts the transformer there instead of at the end of the cord.The connectors would be splicing agents that would ride on the 120-volt wires.
Note that this thread is about Omega, not Omega 2.
Omega 2 is rather picky, consumes more power, and has the habit of demanding high instantaneous current at times when voltage cannot drop below a lower voltage threshold known as brown-out Vcc.
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