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http://www.passandseymour.com/pdf/U077.pdf
http://www.passandseymour.com/pdf/U013-U020.pdf

http://www.sigmasystems.com/Techdoc/Tech_Docs/SigmaPowerPlugs.htm
http://leviton.com/pdfs/d-503/d-503T.pdf (see page 21)
http://www.danielwoodhead.com/pdf/139-172/163.pdf

http://techpubs.sgi.com/library/tpl/cgi-...i_html/apb.html


btw this may help, most garages need a welder or a lift, sooner or later so youll more than likely need a 220 volt outlet (30-100amp)

this wiring stuffs not hard to do, but use the correct gauge wire and the correct plugs and sockets for the application and ID strongly suggest useing a MINIMUM of 10ga wire for 110volt and 3/4" metalic conduit (use the correct single breaker rating for the application on the 110 volt)
110 v outlet end
black/power to the gold screw
white/neutral to the silver screw
green/ground to the green screw

110v at the box
black/power to breaker
white/ neutral to neutral bar
green/ ground to ground bar

and 4 GA on the high amp 230 volt applications,like WELDERS, little 230volt stuff like compressors and lifts get along fine with (4) 10 ga wires (use the correct dual breaker rating for the application on the 220 volt)

220v at the outlet
red feed to one hot
black feed to one hot
green to ground on plug
(optional but HIGHLY RECOMENDED)
second green to the conduit ground screw

220v at the box
red to one side of DUAL breaker
black to one side of DUAL breaker
green/ ground to ground bar
optional green/ ground to ground bar
 
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