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Ok, so my school purchased a 208-240v input/output APC Uninterruptible Power Supply unit around 6 months ago. It came in on a pallet and was planned for use in a new building on campus. In back are 4 female receptacles for NEMA plug L6-20p. I'm not sure why it was purchased without 110v outputs, but that's what we need. Is it possible that I could find a strip with a NEMA L6-20p male to take that 220v and convert it to standard 110v receptacles for plugging in computer hardware and switches?

Sorry if this is a novice question, but I can't seem to find anyone I know who can answer it definitively and I have failed to find a product through simply searching the internet, that I am confident will do this.

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Is it possible that I could find a strip with a NEMA L6-20p male to take that 220v and convert it to standard 110v receptacles for plugging in computer hardware and switches?
No, there is no neutral on those L6's. To get 120v, you need neutral.
 

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