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i just got a Intel SC5600BASE Server Chassis 5U Rack, 670W, from America that has a fixed power supply it came with no cord which does't matter as i am in Australia. In the manual it list it requires 16 gauge american power cord i was wonder can i just plug and Austrlain cord into the back of the PSU and all will be well or will this cause problems?
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just grab a 16 gauge power cord and all will be well.
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Not sure what the voltage/frequency requirements are on the PSU. It -should- be universal, but you will want to pull the PSU and check the labor to make sure it's compatible with your local power. Here in the USA, that PSU will work on either 60 Hz 120V or 240V AC, the IEC power outlet on the PSU will accommodate several different cords.

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