A four wire range receptacle – AKA stove plug, or range plug – is extremely similar to other large 240 volt receptacles. This particular installation is of a surface mounted receptacle.
220 volt circuits (AKA 230 volt, or 240 volt) are used to supply power to appliances which draw high currents such as clothes dryers, ranges, ovens, cook-tops, heaters, air conditioners, rotary phase converters, and water heaters.
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Parts of a 220 Circuit Continue reading “Basic 220 Volt Circuits”
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