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I want to hook up my tanning bed and use my 220 dryer outlet both of them are 240 volt should it work? Cause I just get a loud humming noise.
Yes, so long as the dryer has a circuit breaker that has the amp. rating that is required by the bed it will work fine.
Posted on Jun 02, 2014
No, voltage is not the issue, what is the amperage you need. If you need more than you have, then you could have 2000 volts and it will not work. Also your taking AC to AC, or DC to DC. There's a big difference in what you need for each.
look up Ohms law for for the calculations needed for voltage vs amperage using one socket.
Posted on Apr 30, 2013
Make sure that white connects to white and black connects to black in the plugs,if it is wired correct and only hums,then there is a problem with the bed
Posted on Apr 25, 2015
Yes, absolutely, Your tanning bed manual and electrical label will indicate the either the number of Watts consumed or used when the bed is in operation or the the Amps (large letter A) consumed by the bed. If you have only Watts listed, convert to Amps using the formula A= Watts/Voltage Your 220-240 Volt AC circuit breaker should be at least that Amp capacity for the bed to work properly. A slight hum you may hear is largely due to fans inside the bed. DO NOT use an extension cord to plug your bed into to reach the socket. Most extension cords that one may make themselves for such uses, are contrary to the instructions provided by the equipment mfr. The use of an extension cord is contrary to the National Electric Code as a replacement for permanent wiring, so your Fire Insurance Policy on your home is voided in the event of an electrical fire.
Posted on Apr 25, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No - it's
very different as outside, various objects block the direct rays of the sun and
allow you to be outside in the sun for a lot longer. Tanning beds are very
instense. You should not be on the bed for longer than 10-12 minutes for your
first sessions and be very careful about adding extra time.
No - it's very different as outside, various objects block the direct rays of the sun and allow you to be outside in the sun for a lot longer. Tanning beds are very instense. You should not be on the bed for longer than 10-12 minutes for your first sessions and be very careful about adding extra time.
Posted on Feb 18, 2013
SOURCE: We just opened up a tanning salon. The beds are on individual timers and we were trying to hook up the timers to a main computer in order to be more efficicient. The timer locked up when we entered
is there a key lock? if so, locate the key lock at the front left of the timer and then insert the key, turn it clockwise and hold it for 5 seconds. other timers have a card to scan to unlock.
Posted on Mar 04, 2013
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