Who's rewired their house for this hobby?

Todd Goodman tsg at bonedaddy.net
Fri Nov 21 14:03:33 CST 2014

Hi Todd,

You can tell your wife that there's someone out there who built a steel
building, had to bring power a couple hundred feet underground (with a
brand new transformer 120 feet along that run,) and has 400amp service
with many 220V and 110V circuits installed.

My wife thinks I'm certifiable as well since there couldn't possibly be
anyone else in the world interested in this "junk."  Oh, and also that
I'm a "semi-hoarder."

Another Todd

* Todd Killingsworth <killingsworth.todd at gmail.com> [141121 14:46]:
> Hi All -
> I'm looking into getting a bigger Sun box (bigger than my E3000) and after
> reading the specs...  If I'm really going to do this, I'll need to get some
> 220v outlets wired up. (I'm in the US.) Any advice to pass along for this?
> I'd much rather listen to other people's surprises than have to rediscover
> them on my own.
> How much of what you collect requires 220v?  How many big boxes do you keep
> running - 24/7 or just turn it on/off as you want to use it?
> I guess somewhere in the back of my mind,  I realized that old machines
> took lots of power.  But do the collectors here wire up their homes and
> keep machines there?  Or do you have another place (old warehouse or
> somesuch) that already supports multiple 220v hookups?  Or do you colo it
> somewhere?
> Not yet sure how expensive it would be, but my wife thinks I'm completely
> certifiable.
> Todd Killingsworth

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