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Legrand Pass & Seymour 20-Amp 250-Volt Plug
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Legrand Pass & Seymour

20-Amp 250-Volt Plug

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Connect electrical devices to a NEMA 6-20 compatible outlet with the Pass & Seymour/Legrand 20-Amp 250-Volt Plug and Connector. It offers a durable nylon construction.

  • Connects electrical equipment to a NEMA 6-20 compatible receptacle
  • Nylon construction
  • 250-Volt capacity
  • CSA listed
  • Tri-drive assembly screws are standard on all Specification Grade plugs and connectors
  • All 3-wire terminals located on the same plane, allows for quick wire termination from any angle
  • Heavy-duty brass alloy blades and contacts, resist heat rise, provide excellent conductivity
  • Cord-grip screws recessed to protect installer against screwdriver head slippage
  • Buy American act status: trade agreement act compliant
  • Cord diameter: .230"-.720"
  • Nema 6-20P
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Wiring Diagram

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GDO
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
October 14, 2012
I sold my new Delta Unisaw which operated on 220v using this type plug. I just bought a Rigid R4512 table saw at HD to replace the Unisaw. I followed Rigid's instructions and changed the voltage on the new saw to 220. Now I need some help wiring this plug. I know the green wire is ground and connects to the green terminal, but which terminals do the black and white wires belong to??? Thanks! Gary
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cincinnati, oh
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September 13, 2016
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If it's 220 (240) Volts, black and white are both charged ("hot") so it does not matter. In 120v, the white is neutral and the black is "hot"?
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August 31, 2016
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Sounds like you are using a 110 volt outlet. the wires should be red, black , & white. If there is a ground wire also then you need an entirely different plug end however to help you figure out the wiring a 20 amp 220 plug with three wires is grounded through the common wire which is normally white. and hooks to the round prong ( in 110 volts this is the ground prong.) the other two colors are normally Read More
Sounds like you are using a 110 volt outlet. the wires should be red, black , & white. If there is a ground wire also then you need an entirely different plug end however to help you figure out the wiring a 20 amp 220 plug with three wires is grounded through the common wire which is normally white. and hooks to the round prong ( in 110 volts this is the ground prong.) the other two colors are normally red and black both having 110 volts flowing though them. one hooks to the horizontal blade and the other to the vertical blade. it doesn't make any difference which is red and which is white. this combination makes 220 volts 20 amps. You can make sure your not just 110 coming from the receptacle with a multi meter. it should show 110 volts if you set the meter for voltage and hook to the black wire and the white wire. Then the red wire and the white wire which should also show 110 volts the common wire (white if according to code) also passes for a ground wire for a 3 prong 220 volt plug. I hope you realize I'm not saying that black white and green wires you are dealing with are right but if you were to test it with a multi meter the green just might be the common and the black and white each 110 volts it's the wrong color code and they should also be at least 12 gage I hope you understand what you may have and it's up to you from this description how to proceed. Read Less
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June 17, 2015
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Either one as the line voltage on either is 110v. This plug is only for 3 wire installations, if you have 4 wire the white would be a nuetral and the red and black would be the line wires
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January 20, 2015
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The black and white conductors in this use are the same . The placement of the black and white can go on either screw.
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Thank you for you inquiry. Terminal Identification: Green = Ground, White = Neutral, Brass = Hot
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Green is your neutral. The black and white are both hot on a 220v 3 wire configuration.
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Chicago
October 18, 2012
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Hello this is Tangelo from the Home Depot Community!
I added the plug diagram below.
I hope this helps, if you have any more questions you can find me on our website at community.homedepot.com
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using the 220 adapter?

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CHRISSY
BLOOMFIELD, NJ
July 19, 2012
ONCE PLUGGED INTO THE WALL IS THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THIS ADAPTER FOR A REGULAR 110 PLUG? I HAVE A 15,000 BTU AC THAT I WANT TO PLUG INTO THE 220 BUT THE CORD ON THE AC IS SHAPED FOR A 110 OUTLET! WILL THIS ADAPTER WORK?
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Something sounds very wrong if the plug is a110 volt with two blades going vertical if you look at it with the round prong down then it's not a 220 plug. it should be one vertical and one horizontal. I would advise you to either get an electrician or an inexpensive multi meter and follow the directions supplied with the meter as well as a you tube video ( just search 220 volt plug installation on you Read More
Something sounds very wrong if the plug is a110 volt with two blades going vertical if you look at it with the round prong down then it's not a 220 plug. it should be one vertical and one horizontal. I would advise you to either get an electrician or an inexpensive multi meter and follow the directions supplied with the meter as well as a you tube video ( just search 220 volt plug installation on you tube). don't proceed without full understanding which you will gain from following this insight. if you hook a 110 volt to 220 volts it will fry the machine. Read Less
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No. Check to see if outlet in wall is 220v or 110v. Also check AC unit to be sure it is 220V. This special shape is so you cannot confuse one with the other. If you are not crystal clear what you have please contact a professional. 110v or 220v electricity is very dangerous and not to be experimented with.
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Thank you for your inquiry. This plug is not intended to be used as an adapter. This plug should only be used with a receptacle or connector with a matching NEMA configuration.
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This is not an adapter but rather a three prong 220v plug that is to be wired onto a cord. The AC unit should have a plug on it that is configured for it. Do not use a 110v plug and try to use it for 220v. You should have the unit checked out by a licensed electrician before making any changes so that you do not cause a fire or destroy your AC unit.
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July 20, 2012
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Hello this is Tangelo from the Home Depot Community!
No it will not, you need to contact a Licensed Electrician and have them modify the outlet to work on 110, otherwise you can fry A/C and cause a fire.
I hope this helps, if you have any more questions you can find me on our website at community.homedepot.com
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The plug shown is not compatible with the recipticles

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August 22, 2016
The plug has the odd blade in the opposite side as the receptacles odd input. You can not plug into that receptacle and have the ground terminal on the proper side to engage. What gives?
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You need to match voltage and amperage specs to get a compatible plug-to-outlet combination.
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There are different amperages for different configurations, for example a 15 amp 220 is two horizontal blades and a 20 amp 220 is one horizontal and one vertical blade. Check your breaker box and confirm the outlet is matched to the right amperage and if needed, replace the receptacle. If the outlet is matched amperage with the receptacle then exchange the plug for proper amperage. Depending upon the Read More
There are different amperages for different configurations, for example a 15 amp 220 is two horizontal blades and a 20 amp 220 is one horizontal and one vertical blade. Check your breaker box and confirm the outlet is matched to the right amperage and if needed, replace the receptacle. If the outlet is matched amperage with the receptacle then exchange the plug for proper amperage. Depending upon the machinery your hooking up it's ok to have a higher amperage but never go lower. and always use the proper gage wire bigger is ok smaller will overheat and could cause a fire. Read Less
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August 23, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding Legrand Pass & Seymour 20-Amp 250-Volt Plug(model # PS5466XCCV4). The plug shown is a standard Nema 6-20P configuration and will plug into any Nema 6-20 receptacle or connector.
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i seat in outlet the straight spade go red o black and the white wite go in flat spade this is ok or is wrong

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WRONG VERY WRONG!!! The red wire goes to one flat prong , The black to the other flat prong The white to the round prong . Check with a multi meter by hooking to the black wire and white wire. if it shows 110 volts it's good. Then check the red wire and white wire. It should also show 110 volts. Follow the directions supplied with the multi meter for setting meter for voltage test if it does red 110, Read More
WRONG VERY WRONG!!! The red wire goes to one flat prong , The black to the other flat prong The white to the round prong . Check with a multi meter by hooking to the black wire and white wire. if it shows 110 volts it's good. Then check the red wire and white wire. It should also show 110 volts. Follow the directions supplied with the multi meter for setting meter for voltage test if it does red 110, black 110 and white common then your supply is wired proper. If it is different then call an electrician. Read Less
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February 8, 2016
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Thank you for your question regarding Legrand 20-Amp 250-Volt Plug(Model # PS5466XCCV4).
This 20A/250V plug should be wired with 2 HOT wires and one Ground(green or bare copper).
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does what it is supposed to do. Works fine, easy to install. The wires inside are not "wrap around" but have a little plate that clamps down upon them and is secured with a machine screw, making it easy to attach the braided wires. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ecact fit Perfect for the job. No troubles to assemble. Fit the bill March 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Plug Install Easy to install and great quality at a reasonable cost. January 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Helped out in a jam and it worked great. Easy install and well built. Make sure you strip trim the cord to the right length before tightening down. August 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by perfect fit This was a replacement for a worn out plug with a missing ground terminal easy install good quality June 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 220V plug f Exterior Installation had limited space because of weatherproof cover for application. If 20 amps is enough capacity, plug fits the bill. June 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great This is a well made cord cap. It went together well and should take a lot of abuse. It clamps down tight to the cord to prevent being pulled off. January 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by fit the bill! I needed the voltage and amperage rating and this exactly what I was needing for me new 5000W heater in my garage. December 10, 2014
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