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I mean increasing transformer output power can't make device drawing too much current

No, the attached device would be the villain in this case drawing more current than its host can digest.

That's not related to increasing transformer output power at all, right?

Certainly not. While I find having some added current capability is desirable, having six to twelve times the needed value as you find with the Nikola or the Sonore Signature sure seems like overkill.

It's not safe to use LPS-1 with microRendu.

Do you realize the same engineer (John Swenson) designed both - with the LPS-1 intended to power the rendu? While the nominal current requirement for the rendu supply is 1A, the device itself draws about half that.

That's why I stepped in to correct your misunderstandings before you actually buy it.

We still seem to face a translation challenge here. Here's my observation once again:

Philosophically, I'm in the Ultracap camp given its clever approach.

That clever approach being of using low impedance capacitors to drive the device sourced by an "energizing source".

And I may be wrong, but somehow I think that Mr. Swenson has a much deeper understanding of how his products work together than do you. And that using them together is most certainly not "dangerous". :)

edit: perhaps you might want to read his design goals and explanation of how the unit works by clicking here.



Edits: 03/17/17

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