If you’re feeling up to the task, you can create a 220-volt air compressor wiring set up by yourself using the guidelines below. Just make sure you are knowledgeable about 220-volt wiring and are utilizing an appropriate air compressor. And if you find yourself uncertain about the process, it would be wise for you to consult with a qualified electrician for guidance.
To begin work on a particular circuit, ensure that its power is turned off; to do so, open the fuse box and shift the associated switch to its “Off” setting.
Prior to continuing onward, make sure to check the power source via a circuit tester to guarantee the lights are out.
With length sufficient to span between the breaker box and the air compressor, cut two sections of the black Romex wire. From each one, carefully expose half an inch of the insulation’s interior.
After selecting the two black wires, firmly secure one to the brass Load or L1 terminal on the circuit breaker. The other black wire should be secured to the Line or L2 terminal.
The green ground wire that attaches to the air compressor is to be connected to the corresponding green ground screw found in the circuit breaker box.
The next step is to replace the housing on the circuit breaker and then restore the power. Re-establishing energy flow is the final step!
Once you have installed the air compressor, make sure to give it a test run to confirm its optimal functioning.Post time: 2023-06-30
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