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"Generator Plug - 50 Amp, 125/250 Volt"

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Industrial strength plugs are all UL/CSA approved. U.S.A. NEMA type 14-50P
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This plug is a Nema Type 14-50P-The plugs I currently have are 14-50R-does the P to the R designation make a difference since I am using this for my R

asked 1 year, 8 months ago
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gmanwillalwaysbethe1
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The "p" in the NEMA-14-50P is for plug. The "R" in the NEMA-14-50R is for receptacle.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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The "P" stands for, or rather is the designation for "Plug", "R" is for 'Receptical".
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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JerryG42
 - Long Island, NY
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WHAT SIZE WIRE WILL THIS TAKE/AS WELL AS BUNDLE SIZE

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This will work with #12 gauge wire up to #4 gauge wire.
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