Please fix Transformer Chart URLs

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    JohnC

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    Is this for Richo ?

    On the new CIS site, the links to the old Transformer Compatibility Charts got broken :(

    In a quick search I found them linked off these 2 pages, but there might be some more links scattered around on the CIS site :

    http://www2.clipsal.com/cis/technical/technical_support/newsletters_and_faq/transformers

    http://www2.clipsal.com/cis/technic...newsletters_and_faq/technical_info_on_dimmers

    It would be GREAT to get the PDF files back to exactly the same URLs, as there are numerous links to those locations both from this forum and other places too.
    - Otherwise, please advise and I can Edit my own (previous) posts to fix the URLs

    Cheers, John
     
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    Richo

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    no, I try and restrict myself to the software downloads only. Will send a note to people responsible.

    The website will be going through some more changes soon as well so I wouldn't change anything yet.
     
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    Transformer URL's

    There is no singular link to the pdf.

    Due to the Website CMS that CIS uses, any pdf is not stored in a central location,
    rather the pdfs are loaded to each individual page, hence , why
    you may have multiple URL's for a pdf.

    The current location for the pdf is here
    http://www2.clipsal.com/cis/technical/technical_support/newsletters_and_faq/transformers

    and there are no plans to locate it to another page.

    Eventually the pdf will be dis-continued once CIS release a Dimmer
    to support leading or trailing edge control.
     
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    Yeee-haaa... I won't even attempt to ask when that will actually happen, but give us some warning so we can buy some champagne to celebrate !

    JC
     
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