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May 24, 2018, 01:06:12 AM
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Hello,

I picked up some t9+'s and am eager to set them up.

1)  I can do all sorts of residential wiring safely.  Is it enough to plug these into a 240 volt dedicated circuit?

1a)  I have a plug that is for 240v.  One of the prongs is a full 90 degrees, which I don't see ever in residential wiring.  Should I order an outlet for this individually, or is it more practical to use a dryer cord? again, i wire this shit no problem, availability of a 240 volt outlet isnt an issue

2)  Surge protector?  If so, recommendations?  If not, why? I hear the psu effectively controls the voltage when it converts it to ?12 volts.  yay? nay?

3)  Can T9+ run off 120?

4)  The psu I bought alongside them don't have a switch.  Is there an order of operations for plugging this thing in?  Or, possibly, is the intention that I should be using a pdu switching unit anyway?


Thanks in advance.  Forensic opinions highly valued.
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