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American Plugs and Sockets
Many people have trouble understanding the NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) pattern and numbering system as allocated to the US power connectors – available to purchase from our e-shop in the Mains Connectors section. The code is comprised of four major identifiers, in a combination of numbers and letters which can appear more like alphabet soup than a structured electrical specification.
However there is a simple way to decode plug patterns and connections, making locating the correct specification dead easy.
Putting that all together into a quick reference chart produces the following:
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