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How to Install the Lectron NEMA 14-50 Socket Splitter

How to Install the Lectron NEMA 14-50 Socket Splitter

If you have two electric vehicles at home, you probably know the struggle of having just one NEMA 14-50 outlet. It can be a real hassle, like a power tug-of-war between charging your cars and using other high-powered appliances. Inconvenient to say the least!

Help is at hand! The Lectron NEMA 14-50 Socket Splitter is here to save the day! This handy device allows you to share power between two EVs using a single NEMA 14-50 outlet.

No more conflicts, no more delays - just smooth and efficient charging!

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how you can install one at home.

Step 1: Safety First

Before beginning the installation, switch off the power to the NEMA 14-50 outlet you will be working on. To be sure, use a voltage tester to verify that there is no electricity flowing to the outlet.

Step 2: Identify Mounting Points

Hold the backplate of the Lectron Socket Splitter against the wall near the NEMA 14-50 outlet. Use a level to ensure it is perfectly horizontal. Mark the positions of the screw holes on the wall.

Step 3: Drill and Insert Plastic Anchors

Carefully drill holes at the marked positions. Insert the provided plastic anchors into these holes.

Step 4: Mount the Backplate

Align the backplate of the Lectron Socket Splitter with the plastic anchors on the wall. Securely screw the backplate onto the wall.

Step 5: Attach the Socket Splitter

Locate the holes on the back of the Lectron Socket Splitter and align them with the corresponding slots on the backplate. Push the socket splitter against the backplate for a secure fit.

Step 6: Secure the Socket Splitter

Locate the screw holes on the sides of the socket splitter. Use the screws provided to fasten the socket splitter securely onto the backplate.

Step 7: Connect to Power

Plug the Lectron Socket Splitter into the NEMA 14-50 outlet. Then, turn the circuit breaker back on to restore power.

Step 8: Activate the Socket Splitter

Turn on the socket splitter and plug your EV chargers into its available outlets. The splitter will enable both EVs to charge simultaneously, efficiently sharing the power from the NEMA 14-50 outlet.

With the Lectron NEMA 14-50 Socket Splitter, your home is now equipped with two high-powered NEMA outlets, ready to handle all your charging and appliance needs! Say goodbye to charging dilemmas and hello to efficient charging for your EV while still having the flexibility to power your oven or any other high-powered appliance. Now, you can charge two EVs simultaneously without any worries or compromises.

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