I'm not necessarily an electrician, but I work with installing network equipment on a large scale. Normally I install devices in "telephone" company Central office facilities (the quotes are because the phone companies barely do phones anymore; most of the stuff is data equipment for DSL/Internet). However, I am tasked with attempting to install a device that has two 1800W, 16-8A, 100-240V~ 50/60Hz power supplies in a house. Both power supplies have an IEC 60320 male socket that takes a C19 female plug. I can't install any new outlets because the place is rented and the owner won't allow the tenant to install any new outlets. There is an existing NEMA 10 outlet for the dryer that is available for use. My question is this: Is there a way to connect a single power supply to the dryer outlet? Or is there a way to plug the device into a standard NEMA 5 15P outlet by using a transformer or something? Thanks in advance.