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#84700 - 04/25/03 05:20 PM 125V 30A ?
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Has anyone seen a recreation vehicle with a 30A 125V service?

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#84701 - 04/25/03 06:58 PM Re: 125V 30A ?
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Yup. I once wired a 150 space RV park and and had to set up a certain number of each size receptacles; 20amp 120v, 30 amp 120v, and 50 amp 240v. I have a 24 ft.travel trailer that has a 30 amp male plug on it.
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#84702 - 04/25/03 07:50 PM Re: 125V 30A ?
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The three travel-trailer receptacle sizes are illustrated in 99 NEC figure 551-46(c)

   




[This message has been edited by Bjarney (edited 04-25-2003).]

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#84703 - 04/26/03 06:56 PM Re: 125V 30A ?
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Note that the NEMA TT-30R “RV” receptacle is a angled-blade “crowfoot” style—not to be confused with the 3-blade ‘dryer plug’

Rated 125V 30A 2-pole 3-wire grounded receptacle
http://www.state-elec.com/leviton/d503d.pdf page 6 Leviton part no. 7313

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#84704 - 04/27/03 01:43 PM Re: 125V 30A ?
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For examples of NEMA TT-30R receptacles in NEMA 3R raintite-while-in-use enclosures see:
http://www.squared.com/us/depts/merch/ap.../$FILE/3057.pdf

Square-D catalog no. PAK41CTG and PAK61CTG at http://ecatalog.squared.com/catalog/html/sections/01/17201024.htm




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#84705 - 04/28/03 02:16 PM Re: 125V 30A ?
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bj - what is the 'trick' of copying a diagram or illustration from the NEC?

I have no problem copying and pasting text but can't 'copy' the illustrations!!

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#84706 - 04/28/03 05:13 PM Re: 125V 30A ?
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In acrobat reader 5, use the ‘graphic select’ button instead of the ‘text select’ button. Then use edit/copy to copy it to the windows clipboard, and then paste it in a new application. I use the very crippled MS photo editor and save it as a jpeg or gif file, but I think it’ll work the same in word or excel.

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#84707 - 04/29/03 06:41 AM Re: 125V 30A ?
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thank you bj, I'll give that a try and see how successful I am.

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