Dryer outlet amperage

- Hi Alesia, A year ago, before my first roadtrip in an EV to see family, I asked them for photos of their
**dryer outlets**. The three households I was visiting had three different**dryer** - Total capacity for this circuit is 120 volts X 50 amps = 6000 watts + 120 volts X 50 amps = 6000 watts for a combined total capacity of 12,000 watts. A 30 amp RV circuit can look like the old style 240 three prong
**dryer**socket, and the socket is in fact rated for 120/240 volt operation. - in this case where a larger cable were to be installed, such as a 8/4 copper with ground, then the circuit breaker would still need to be sized to the electrical circuit specifications of the
**dryer**, which is generally 30 amps 240 volts which will then be accurately sized to provide the necessary protection for the**dryer's**internal wiring, - Switch on the energy on your multimeter and set it to measure voltage. Subsequently, switch the multimeter’s selector knob on your AC side and choose the approximately known voltage settings to match the
**outlet**voltage. The figure you choose ideally be between 220 to 240 VAC, so you should choose your alternating current in symbols (AC) to ... - To calculate your speed requirements, use Volts * Amps = Watts/1000 = kW. Assuming your daily driving efficiency is near the EPA rated figure, each kW will deliver ~4