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Post 9 made on Thursday September 10, 2020 at 12:35
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On September 10, 2020 at 11:40, g007 said...
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The most important spec first, is the input voltage, if it calls for 230VAC you can not use 240VAC, period. The next spec is the power frequency. If your unit says 50/60Hz your ok, you can use a 50Hz transformer on 60Hz but NOT the other way around!

You mention the quantity of the units, how many are you going to use?

I would run multiple dedicated 20 Amp 120 circuits, each on the same leg, not opposite legs. 240VAC circuits are used for large power consumption devices in the US.

thank you, i guess i was 100% wrong in my thinking, thank the maker for people smarter than me... i need to run 2x ada1260 amps, 3x ada1645 amps 3x rbh sub amps and 2x processors, 1 surround sound receiver of unknown brand and size. im most likely gonna need 5 dedicated circuits

i got 220/240 for my miller welder in the garage.
Ed will be known as the Tiger Woods of the integration business, followed closely with the renaming of his company to "Hotties A/V". The tag line will be "We like big racks and tight holes"...


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