[Discuss] Power Cable Needed
Fri Jan 6 12:35:47 PST 2012
Quick calc- roughly 13,000 BTU output- is that correct? If so, and depending on what one considers "heat the space" and "no time", you may want to reset your expectations. 1000 sq ft x 10' high ceilings with avg insulation needs a bit over 62,500 BTUs to raise the temp by 10 degrees F. (I'm just guessing at the dimensions of the space).
From: Kevin King <EMAIL HIDDEN>
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Subject: [Discuss] Power Cable Needed
I purchased a new heater for the space, but I need to make an adapter cable.
Does anyone have an L6-30P connector or a cable with connector? (Image
Attached) I can purchase all the parts from Jerrys, but it would be a $40
cable. For those of you about to ask why I don't just replace the receptical,
the heater has a 20A connector, so I would have to downgrade the breaker to
20A. Doing so would limit the usabiity of the outlet, plus we would leagally
have to hire an electrical contractor to install.
I purchased a 4000W 240V forced air heater. I am hoping it will heat the space
up in no time.
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