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Posted on how many 220s do you need/wish you had?

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CplSteel

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#1 posted 742 days ago

Maybe I should have worded the question differently, but ideally I would have a 220 on each wall and a drop down for a center position TS. That leaves me options. Even if I only have 2 or 3 tools that can use them (TS, dust collector and ?)

However, my understanding of local building codes (which may very well be wrong) is that a 220 line can only run to one outlet. If I could run them to more than one outlet then I would run a 220 20amp to a drop down TS, a 220 20amp to dust collection and a 220 30 amp around the room with 4 or 5 outlets. That would give me lots of options on the third 220 tool, and I could have more than one if I do not use them at the same time (I won’t be jointing and a planer at the same time, probably….) But that is not allowed.

So, and I know little about electricity so I may be wrong, but if I run 2 20amp and one 30 amp that leaves me with 2 15amp out of a 100 amp sub panel, which does not seem like enough for everything else.

I like Bent’s idea as a stop gap to leave it flexible.


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