Yup, they are. The top pole is being used for the lighting circuit's hot.(the white wire that's so nicely taped black) The other 2 poles each have a #10 to the neutral bar, and a #10 to the big blue wirenut where the homerun neutrals are spliced.
#110467 - 04/20/0610:56 PMRe: Simple, Inexpensive Control
[The timer on the top left automatically shuts off the washers, dryers, and lights.]
I can understand Lights. But why would they want to shut off washers and dryers. Are these Gas dryers? And the 120v is just control? If they are electric 240v and the ground and neutral are actually seperate at the unit. Maybe they ran the neautrals through the contactor because there would be very little current on the neautrals. Just controls and no heating elements. "Important to do the math before you drop those quarters."
#110471 - 04/21/0603:00 PMRe: Simple, Inexpensive Control