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I dont usually do PA testing, or whetever the hell it's called these days, but have come across a few occasions where EU two pin IEC leads have been used with a travel adapter.

In the majority of cases it's class II equipment being powerd but today I found this set up being used for a class I.

Now, i found a suitably rated three pin replacement but found the ease with which this can be done worrying.

Anyone else come across this?

I'm inclined to suggest the client bans non-UK lead across all its sites, is this an over reaction.

Have done some googling and found little to read up on so I'm wondering if I'm missing something.
 
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