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Old 12-03-2013, 01:07 AM   #11
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how would a strain relief change anything ?
He must be referring to hard-wiring the power cord into the control panel with a strain relief, rather than using an inlet receptacle. Otherwise, I'm stumped.


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He must be referring to hard-wiring the power cord into the control panel with a strain relief, rather than using an inlet receptacle. Otherwise, I'm stumped.
he has me stumped also


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He must be referring to hard-wiring the power cord into the control panel with a strain relief, rather than using an inlet receptacle. Otherwise, I'm stumped.
This. If anyone has found a 20A inlet receptacle, I'd like to know where.
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Thanks all, was able to get some 12 gauge cable I think will work out well
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This. If anyone has found a 20A inlet receptacle, I'd like to know where.
How many poles, how many wires, grounded or not? 120v or 240v? There are options out there, depending upon what you are seeking (NEMA and non-NEMA inlets, Neutrik Powercons, etc.)
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This. If anyone has found a 20A inlet receptacle, I'd like to know where.
Marinco makes a bunch of them.

http://www.marinco.com/productline/swd-20a-straight


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