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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyLattuca View Post
    Yes, 12 or 24v would have to be converted to 120 to use a wall outlet. Do you use this type now? If so what are you using to convert the power supply?
    My bad Tony, I took outdoor kennel and sealed motor as a truck box application.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HNTFSH View Post
    My bad Tony, I took outdoor kennel and sealed motor as a truck box application.
    No biggie, I think we both where confused. On the flip side I think the model you had would work great for a truck box. Let me know how it works if you get it.

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    Tony, what would work best for you is a fan motor application for a commercial kitchen dishwasher hood or grease exhaust. Both use a sealed motor with heat sinks and are designed to withstand high temperatures. Grainger has a great selection of the Dayton brand fans. Check into Greenheck as well. PM me on the specifics of your kennel application and I might have a better suggestion for you.
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