Ok, used a new image host. These are the only three images that really matter.https://imgur.com/a/kdMt8Rphttps://imgur.com/a/pFAgCYthttps://imgur.com/a/A8IehDJ
If hard wiring a cable in is best then that's fine. I was planning on using the unit with a power regenerator and regulator if possible if that may help or hinder things that would be good to know. I just mistook the inlet plug for a normal 5-20 one in the photos, so I'm trying to make the best of my mistake.
The outlets on the unit are normal 5-20 receptacles.
It did come with a compatible cable, unfortunately it has a male 6-20 plug end as well so a 6-20r to 5-20p adapter cable (https://www.lockingpowercords.com/Products/981-5-20p-to-6-20r.aspx
) would need to be used in its' stead. The female end on the cable the unit came with could be removed and put on a cable of my choosing if necessary, but again I have no idea if the pins being a reverse of 5-20 means the hot and neutral would be reversed as well.
It's not that I'm necessarily trying to wire it for balanced power (thought it would be nice if it was), I'm just wondering what the wiring is exactly. I've already looked up the color coding and went to numerous sites and I cannot find a match.