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Jonathan Johnson

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Re: L6-20 250v to 15a edison (Labre)
« Reply #40 on: January 09, 2017, 12:45:07 pm »

Fair point.  I was making an assumption that we were looking at a US product. 

I've always enjoyed that bases are measured in mm, but lamp diameter is in 1/8ths of an inch (par38, T8)

Yes, it probably is a product made for the US market. Not necessarily US-made, though. You have to be careful when buying screw-base lamps online, as some sites may be selling an E-27 as "medium base". A little more searching I just did suggests that E-26 is typically for ~120V bulbs; E-27 for ~230V lamps. Some sites claim that E-26 and E-27 bases are interchangeable.

This page seems to do a good job of explaining the difference

Then there is my Toro zero-turn lawnmower (made in USA by Exmark, which is owned by Toro) with a Kawasaki (made in Japan) engine -- the engine is metric, but everything else on the lawnmower is SAE. I bought it (brand new) just over 3 years ago.
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Ron Ventour

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Re: L6-20 250v to 15a edison (Labre)
« Reply #41 on: March 02, 2019, 10:55:53 am »

Just received a Linea Research 44m20 yesterday which is the same amp as the Danley DNA 20k4 but the power inlet is different on the LR, mines came with a 32a powercon connector.

What are my options here  plugging into 15/20 amp outlets in my house or connecting to a 50a 14-50 rac pac distro?

Any info would be greatly appreciated thanks

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TJ (Tom) Cornish

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Re: L6-20 250v to 15a edison (Labre)
« Reply #42 on: March 04, 2019, 04:45:09 pm »

Just received a Linea Research 44m20 yesterday which is the same amp as the Danley DNA 20k4 but the power inlet is different on the LR, mines came with a 32a powercon connector.

What are my options here  plugging into 15/20 amp outlets in my house or connecting to a 50a 14-50 rac pac distro?

Any info would be greatly appreciated thanks

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Looks like you were helped in the other thread.  In the future, starting a (single) new thread with a new question would be the most efficient way to get help, rather than tagging onto two unrelated threads.
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Re: L6-20 250v to 15a edison (Labre)
« Reply #43 on: March 04, 2019, 07:11:27 pm »

Looks like you were helped in the other thread.  In the future, starting a (single) new thread with a new question would be the most efficient way to get help, rather than tagging onto two unrelated threads.
yes sir

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Re: L6-20 250v to 15a edison (Labre)
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