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Old 09-17-2013, 12:18 PM   #1
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Can a standard computer 3 prong power cable be used on this Blue Air unit with the specs attached?
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If you mean for bringing power in to the unit, should be no problem. 120 volts at low current. Not for motor connection, hardwire or get 240v twistlock plug
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i am strictly talking about bringing power into the unit.
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Can a standard computer 3 prong power cable be used on this Blue Air unit with the specs attached?
Yes, a "standard" cord and cap will work.

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Can a standard computer 3 prong power cable be used on this Blue Air unit with the specs attached?
Does it have an IEC connector on it? if so, Yes!

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yes it does & thanks!
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