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#1 Christian Janss

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Posted 28 April 2009 - 02:02 AM

Does there exist an adaptor for what I'm guessing is a commerical outlet (the kind you'd find for a heavy duty washer/dryer or piece of equipment) to an edison plug?

Or is that impossible and/or dangerous?

thanks
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#2 Salil Sundresh

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Posted 28 April 2009 - 02:31 AM

Does there exist an adaptor for what I'm guessing is a commerical outlet (the kind you'd find for a heavy duty washer/dryer or piece of equipment) to an edison plug?

Or is that impossible and/or dangerous?

thanks
C.

I think the plug/outlet you're talking about uses 220-240v wheas your edison plug will require 110-125v (assuming you're in the USA). You'd probably need to change the plug on your light itself assuming the cord and fixture can handle that voltage.
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