For USA, Canada and other countries running a 60 Hz supply service.If you're wanting to power a 30 amp dryer with a 50 amp circuit, that's possible.
The 50 amp circuit should already have the heavier wires that the oven needs, to carry up to 50 amps safely.
You must change the fuse or circuit breaker to one rated for 30 amps or your dryer would not be protected from overload faults. And leave a note in the breaker box so the next do-it-yourselfer will know the wiring can handle a 50 amp load.
If this question were asking the other way around - the dryer needs 50 amps but the circuit wiring is only safe to use for 30 amps - the existing 30 amp oven circuit would be unsafe to use because, in certain conditions, the wiring could overheat and could start a home fire. That is why doing this would be contrary to the wiring codes.
As always, if you are in doubt about what to do, the best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed electrician to advise what work is needed.
Before you do any work yourself,
on electrical circuits, equipment or appliances,
Always use a test meter to ensure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.
If you are not already sure you can do this job safely and competently... Refer this work to qualified professionals.
If you want to you could remove the light socket and put in an outlet then plug your light into the outlet.
funtion of outlet socket
Ring connection ensures continuety in supply
Switched Socket Outlet
It requires a 5/8 inch spark plug socket and an extension.It requires a 5/8 inch spark plug socket and an extension.
You probably mean to change it to a 240 V outlet... either case, you'll need to run a new wire and install a new breaker.
You should know the maximum current drawn from the distribution box (in amps) and that must be less than the current that the extension cord is able to supply.
switch socket outlet
Plug and socket, plug and socket outlet, plug and receptacle or plain plug and outlet all seem to be in common usage in the US. Plug and socket is possibly the only wording commonly used in the UK. [Plug and socket outlet sounds ok to a me, as a Brit, but we never really use that expression in the UK. Plug and outlet or plug and receptacle actually sound very strange!]
It enables you to switch off the load from the socket, rather than have to pull the plug out of the socket.
No you can't do that, you can only damage the equipment due to voltage overload. It is much better to use a voltage that corresponds to your equipment or use a transformer.It is not clear what this question is asking. Here are four possible meanings:* Can a 120 volt appliance run from a 240 volt socket outlet?* How can you change the plug on a 120 volt appliance to plug it into a 240 volt socket outlet?* Can you convert a 120 volt socket outlet into a 240 volt socket outlet?* Can you convert a 240 volt socket outlet into a 120 volt socket outlet?For more information - which may or may not be relevant depending on what this question is actually asking - please see the answers to the Related Questions shown below.As always, if you are in doubt about what to do, the best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed electrician to advise what work is needed.Before you do any work yourself,on electrical circuits, equipment or appliances,always use a test meter to ensure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOBSAFELY AND COMPETENTLYREFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
There is an adapter for this purpose. It screws in to socket as a typical light bulb, and has a outlet on the opposite end. These however are not recommended. An electrical outlet should be rated for 15 amps. A bulb outlet is not rated for this much current and could be a fire hazard. Also this type of an adapter lacks a ground connection point.
Depending on where you are in the world there could be two meanings to the term socket outlet. In the European electrical trade, a socket outlet is usually a wall outlet where the voltage supply can be plugged into for portable devices.The same device in the North American electrical trade is known as a wall receptacle.A socket in North American terminology is what incandescent light bulbs screw into to hold the bulb in place. An example would be a ceiling porcelain fixture or in the case of a table or floor lamp, the socket is what holds the bulb.
The safest way to check a wall socket outlet is to use a plug-in "Household Socket Outlet Tester" that you can buy in most Do-It-Yourself stores. Always read the instructions that come with it before you atttempt to use it.
Wire coat hanger or push longer extension into it and pull out.
use the cigarette lighter as as a socket
In what language? It matters. In English, computers, like nearly all inanimate objects, are neuter. Computers may not have a gender; however, all connectors and ports do. Male connectors have have a pin or other extension that insert into the female socket. (Think of an electrical wall socket (female) & a plug (male) on a power cord.)
A single gang wall socket has only one outlet, so you can plug just one appliance into it.
Use an old nylon fishing rod to push up from the outlet to where the switch will be. +++ Can you not obtain switched socket outlets, in which the socket and switch live in a single box?
Circumduction is a combination of flexion, extension, abduction, and adduction commonly seen in ball-and-socket joints such as the shoulder.
Check fuses If you are getting power to socket, but not through it ,replace socket
The green (or green with yellow strips) is for Earth. This is the D shaped socket in a US outlet. The Black (US) or Brown (UK) is for Live. This is the narrow rectangular socket on a US outlet. The White (US) or Blue (UK) is for Neutral. This is the wide rectangular outlet on a US socket. The color code may vary for other countries, so be sure to check.