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480V Wiring Question

  1. Apr 28, 2015 #1
    Hi,

    I have a chain hoist that I am trying to wire so that it'll run off of 480V.
    The pictures below show the hoist/motor's technical specs, and what type of system it is.

    upload_2015-4-28_14-18-11.png
    upload_2015-4-28_14-19-41.png

    So now my question is this. How do I wire a plug for this system, so that I can run it? What plug type will I need? Does it matter which wire goes into L1, L2, and L3? Are there colors I need to or can't use? Other legalities?

    I realize this is a lot of voltage and can be dangerous, so what do I need to know from a safety perspective I.E. what can/will happen if it gets wired incorrectly

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  3. Apr 28, 2015 #2

    berkeman

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    You need to use a licensed electrician to wire that up for you. Thread is closed.
     
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