31 มี.ค. 2012 resembles that for a standard -volt receptacle
All electrical equipment used in North America Din41612 connector, including plugs and receptacles, must conform to standards set by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) for performance and safety. NEMA-approved products carry an identifying label, and are compliant with standards set by the National Electric Code (NEC) and Underwriters’ Laboratory (UL) hxtf3imr. NEMA – plugs and receptacles are intended for use in a 0-volt circuit with a maximum amperage of amps.
Pin Configuration The pin configuration on a NEMA – plug, outlet or Din41652 connector resembles that for a standard -volt receptacle, with two terminal pins and a ground pin. It is also the same size. The difference is that the terminal pins are horizontal instead of vertical, which prevents you from plugging a NEMA – into a standard outlet. Instead of the brass hot and silver neutral terminals you would find on a -volt device, the NEMA – has two brass hot terminals and a green ground terminal. It has no neutral terminal.
Connector Specifications NEMA – plugs and outlets are non-locking and the terminals accept – to -gauge wires. Receptacles may be single or duplex, and can usually be either side- or back-wired, which means they have a self-clamping hole behind each terminal screw. The casings can be made of nylon, rubber or another suitable non-insulating material and are usually rated for a temperature range between minus 0 and plus degrees Fahrenheit. Waterproof connector that can be wired onto extension cords should be dirt and moisture resistant, and they usually have screws that clamp the connector securely onto the cord.
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