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Old 03-02-2015, 08:13 PM   #1
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Crusader 334ckt electricity

Installing a power supply/charger/breaker for my 50 amp cord to plug my 334 into shore power in my rv carport. Now, I'm the poster child for electrical shocks & know a little bit but I'll have this done....probably, anyways, would my power supply be 110v or 220v to feed my trailer via the power pole/breaker box?
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Old 03-02-2015, 08:34 PM   #2
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here you go...
The 50-amp 120/240-volt 3 pole 4
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Oh thank you! That is exactly what I needed, I understand now! We thank ya until you're better paid!
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You wire the 50 amp plug as you normally would. L1 (red), L2 (black), Neutral (white) and ground (copper). The trailer use each of the 110 legs (l1 and l2). Meaning, your trailer won't use it as 220. Rather, each breaker in your panel is running on one of the 110 legs. It's your breakers that determine if it will use 220 or 110 (single breaker or a double breaker). Just like your house - a single breaker for a bed room (110) or a double breaker for a dryer (220).


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You wire the 50 amp plug as you normally would. L1 (red), L2 (black), Neutral (white) and ground (copper). The trailer use each of the 110 legs (l1 and l2). Meaning, your trailer won't use it as 220. Rather, each breaker in your panel is running on one of the 110 legs. It's your breakers that determine if it will use 220 or 110 (single breaker or a double breaker). Just like your house - a single breaker for a bed room (110) or a double breaker for a dryer (220).


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