WW: Colo Vending Machine

Lamar Owen lowen at pari.edu
Mon Feb 20 13:18:51 CST 2012


On Friday, February 17, 2012 01:44:57 PM Jay Ashworth wrote:
> 2) Power cords: C19 to L6-15, C19 to C20, C13 to C20 (latter 2 for 208V PDUs)
>     (If you don't have your own C13 to L6-15 cords, you're in the wrong biz)

An interesting thread.....

I'd say if you had, instead of a C13 on one end, a C15 so that it would be a tad more universal (Cisco 7507 and 12012 power supplies, for instance, are C16 and not C14 inlets), since the C15 will mate to a C14 but a C13 won't mate to a C16.  As I'm still running some old kit (have a 7507 still in production in an internal role, and just removed a 12012) I have run into that.

And I'll have to be one of those who has no equipment needing an L6-15; plenty of L5-20's, L5-30's, L6-20's, L6-30's, and a few L21-30's but no 15 amp locking NEMA receptacles to be found.  Is an L6-15R standard on some PDU's or something, while others are C14 and C20 (such as EMC's PDU's)?



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