Numerous AccuVote-TS units configured in daisychain
formation in the DeKalb County (amongst others) in the Georgia elections
received insufficient AC power, despite being connected to AC power. Units
not daisychained apparently did not experience these
- What effect would power cable length,
configuration, shielding, or any other cabling characteristics have on the integrity of power
delivery in the context
- How much power is lost from the power
transferring through the AccuVote-TS unit itself?
- What is the ceiling number of units that may be
daisychained from one power outlet?
- What power cabling may be used, other than our
own designated ones?
- Is it the case that in order to not overload the
power drawn from a single power jack, the jack should be connected exclusively
to a power circuit, ie. the circuit should service no more than that power
jack. Would there be any simple tool (other than a voltmeter) available
that could determine that a power jack is connected exclusively to a power