CSA configurations for non-locking receptacles

Diagram 1

(See Rules 26-700, 26-720, 26-744, 38-023, 58-400, 78-050, and 86-306,
Diagram 2, and Appendix B.)

CSA configurations for non-locking receptacles
  • For configurations 6-15R, 6-20R, 6-20RA, 6-30R, and 6-50R, Y denotes the identified terminal when used on circuits derived from three-phase, 4-wire 416 V circuits.

Note: Except as noted above, in Diagrams 1 and 2,
a) G represents the terminal for bonding to ground;
b) W represents the identified terminal; and
c) X, Y, and Z represent the terminals for ungrounded conductors.

Source: Diagram 1, CSA C22.1:21, Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1 (25th Edition), Safety Standard for Electrical Installations. © 2021 Canadian Standards Association. Please visit store.csagroup.org