# Is a 30 amp RV plug 220 or 110?

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You need 110 volts. If you have a 30 amp service that will be a 30 amp single phase service. It you have a 50 amp service that would be 2 separate 50 amp, 110

**volt**lines. You can tell by looking at the plug on your cord.

Correspondingly, is a 30 amp RV plug 220v?

The **30**-**amp** service for an **RV** is 120-volt with a 3 prong receptacle and a single **30**-**amp** dedicated breaker. The **30 AMP** is a standard ANSI C73. 13, TT-30P (**plug**) / TT-30R (receptacle). Due to the appearance of the TT-**30 plug**, many people assume that it is to be wired for 240-volt, but this is a 120-volt device.

**can**go the expensive way: have an electrician come out and wire a

**plug**for your

**RV**, either

**30 amp**or 50

**amp**service. Remove the

**30 amp plug**from the generator

**plug**, like you would at an

**RV**campground. Then

**plug**it

**into**this adapter. Then you

**can plug**the adapter

**into**your heavy duty outdoor extension cord.

Then, what voltage is a 30 amp RV plug?

120 volt

**Wire**: A GFCI will need 12-2 **wire**, a **30 amp** outlet requires 10-2, **wire** and a 50 **amp** outlet will need 6-3 **wire**. All of these need a ground in them as well. **Wire** Staples: Make sure they are appropriately sized for the **wire**.