Save yourself the costly electrician bill and DIY!
Standard residential wiring in America consists of two 120 volt lines that are 180 degrees out of phase. When combined, the voltages add to approximately 240 volts.
Supply your own 240V by simply plugging the EZ240 outlet into 2 existing 120V outlets in your home or workshop. The EZ240 features a front facing LED digital voltage readout for foolproof installation. Simply plug the two EZ240 inputs into two 120V outlets of opposing phases (see breaker panel diagram). When connected properly, the voltage indicator will display approximately 230-240 and you are all set!
Extension cord is likely required (not included). You must ensure that the integrity of your extension cords is adequate to meet the current demands of your power equipment.
See breaker panel diagram.
Refer to your electrical panel and locate 2 circuits that are on opposing phases.
Plug power cord 1 into a 120Vac outlet on phase A.
Plug power cord 2 into a 120Vac outlet on phase B.
Turn on LED Voltage meter by pressing in the ON/OFF button.
If there is no voltage reading displayed, repeat steps 1 thru 4 using a different set of 120V outlets until LED voltage meter displays 220-240V.