Control Panel Power Cord

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30A control panel power cord
(no GFI)
  

Our price: $77 USD

50A control panel power cord
(no GFI)
  

Our price: $140 USD

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Ship via USPS or UPS from our US manufacturer (Spike Innovations LLC) in Connecticut. Delivery confirmation is included on all orders.   

Due to the custom nature of this product, please allow ~1 week for the product to ship. All sales are final. All timeframes are estimates. Warranty: 90 days. 

This product is intended for experimental home use only. No warranty or guarantee of suitability (express or implied) is given for commercial use of this product.

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Two power cords are available:

A ground fault interrupter (GFI) must be used and may be installed in one of two places: Either in the circuit breaker in your home's electrical panel, or in-line with the control panel power cord.

We recommend that you check that whatever GFI you intend on using adheres to your local electrical code in terms of trip settings and speed of operation.

A GFI is an absolute requirement for safe brewing. Do not confuse a GFI with a circuit breaker: A circuit breaker saves equipment, a GFI saves lives.

The power cords are 10 feet long and feature a locking female connector on the control panel side for added safety. Custom lengths are available. Email us with your requirements.

For more information see our section on control panel supply power.

 

How long are the power cords?

The power cords are 10 feet in length. Custom lengths are available. Email us for details.

 

What kind of wall outlet do I need to tell my electrician to install?

The 30A control panel power cord plugs into a standard North American dryer receptacle (4-prong 30A/240V). Ask your electrician to install a NEMA 14-30R receptacle. In the electrical breaker panel, the circuit breaker must be a 30A / 240V 2-pole breaker. We recommend that the breaker include GFI protection.

The 50A control panel power cord plugs into a standard North American stove receptacle (4-prong 50A/240V). Ask your electrician to install a NEMA 14-50R receptacle. In the electrical breaker panel, the circuit breaker must be a 50A / 240V 2-pole breaker. We recommend that the breaker include GFI protection.

 

Pictures

30A control panel power cord with locking NEMA L14-30 female connector:


The 30A power cord plugs into a standard 4-slot North American 240V AC 30 Amp (NEMA 14-30R) dryer outlet:
 

50A control panel power cord with locking 50 Amp 125/250 Volt AC Grounded California-Style connector:
The 50A power cord plugs into a standard 4-slot North American 240V AC 50 amp (NEMA 14-50R) stove outlet:

Visit our official Control Panel Power Cord product thread in our forum.

Questions? Email us at SpikeInnovations@TheElectricBrewery.com

 

 


 

DISCLAIMERS: When purchasing you will be paying our manufacturer (Spike Innovations LLC) directly and the product will be shipped directly by them from Connecticut USA. We work with our manufacturer to ensure that you are completely satisfied with all purchases made through TheElectricBrewery.com.

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