On Tue, 2019-10-15 at 20:48 -0300, George N. White III wrote:
I think homeplug is designed to recover after power outages.
You'd hope so. As far as I'm concerned, any home appliance that needs
a UPS is badly engineered.
Devices should have enough internal power supply filtering that the
reguluarly occuring mains glitches are filtered out (and there are a
lot of them), though a lot of equipment doesn't, and they're a frequent
cause of lock-ups in digital devices. Equipment that's designed to run
from 90 to 250 volts shouldn't fail during brownouts within their
alleged operational range. And the design should have one-shot timers
to do an automatic system reset for the bigger mains glitches that
can't be filtered out.
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