This male locking inlet is typically panel-mounted on the piece of equipment receiving the power.
The flange provides convenient screws holes for mounting. While there is a NEMA standard for 50-amp locking plugs, it has not been adopted by the industry. Instead a California standard for 50-amp is widely accepted.
|Volts||3 Phase 250 Volts|
|Poles and Wires||3 Pole, 4 Wire Grounding|
|Terminal Screw Material||Zinc-Plated Steel Pressure Screw|
|Ground Screw Material||Zinc-Plated Steel Pressure Screw|
|Flanged Casing Material||Zinc-Plated Steel|
|Mounting Screw Material||Zinc-Plated Steel|
|Dielectric Voltage Withstand||2,000 Volt Minimum|
|Current Interrupting||Certified for Current Interrupting at Full Rated Current|
|Temperature Rise||Max 30°C temperature rise at full rated current after 50 cycles of overload at 150% of rated current at a power factor of .75|
|Brand||Provided by Jon-Don|
|Category||Electrical Plugs and Adapters|