- Sep 23, 2019
Yeah, there's a plethora of different types of NEMA connectors and I won't pretend to know them all (or even a few), but I know enough to search out what's needed and to say that if you already invested in the component, then you may as well make use of it presuming it is the correct stuff. What do you mean you reversed the honda to wall inlet plugs?
I used wrong terminology when I called it the female box for the panel connection side. My mistake. I will go back and correct that to avoid confusion.
The error may be on my description and poor writing. Here is the summary: The Honda 30amp faceplate has a Male adapter plug-in slot and the existing NEMA wire has a male plug that connects to the Honda inverter "face". The other end of the existing NEMA twistlock connection is female and that female plug connects to a Male Inlet Box on the wall. My apologies.