(directly = Hot, L-shape = Neutral, Round = Ground) Appliances with 110 volt that pull more than 15 amps need a 30 amp socket with 10 measure cable and a Nema 5-30 plug. A regular 3-prong cord is used if 110-120 volt appliance is under 15 amps.
(Hot is both the verticle and right) Appliances with 240 volts demand a 20 outlet that is amp 12 measure cable and a Nema 6-20 plug.
Pictured left to right: Heavy duty 30 amp 110-120 volt Nema 5-30 Plug, Standard 20 amp 220-240 volt Nema 6-20 Plug, and a regular 110 volt plug as found on most electronic devices.
What’s the distinction between 110/120 and 220/240 volts and it is one better. Study below for answers. NOTE: often 120 volts is called 110 volts or 115 volts and 240 volts as 220 volts or 230 volts.
Would be the engines exactly the same into the 220-240 and 110-120 versions of vacuums? No, the motors are wound differently, the transformer is significantly diffent, the minibreakers vary, plus the cable and wiring will vary.
Can an appliance be utilized on SLIGHTLY just about voltage? As being a vacuum that is central we make use of the 120 and 240 volt engines. The 120 and 240 engines will never be adversely impacted if used in combination with reduced voltages. The 120 volt engine will be fine on a 110 volts. And a 240 motor that is volt be fine on 220 or 230 volts. However one other means around. A 220 motor that is volt be “damaged” if used for very long amounts of time for a 240 volt circuit. Together with exact same for the 110 motor that is volt on 120 volts. The motors we utilize will even run fine in every variation of 50-60Hz.
Is just one better? When it comes to many part, our engine maker has much the same performance data between your voltages. Continue reading