A single receptacle is a single contact device with no other contact devices on the same branch circuit. If a single receptacle is installed on a branch circuit, it should have an amperage rating less than that of the circuit.
Our electrical outlets feature both side and back wiring for easy installation.
Unlike 120V outlets that have two vertical slots, 220V outlets have two horizontal slots. 220V receptacles are most commonly used to connect larger appliances, such as AC units, large power tools, and dryers.
A single receptacle is a single contact device with no other contact device on the same mounting yoke (structural frame of an outlet or switch; often metal, with holes for two mounting screws).