I'm adding some wiring to the shop and have a question.
Today the table saw and jointer share a single 220 outlet and I just swap out the plugs. I'm tired of doing that so I have the following question.
Can you have two 220 outlets on a single breaker?
From what I've seen unlike a 110 outlet which has inbound and outbound contacts for stringing outlets together. I've never seen that on a 220 outlet, so if it's not a code violation how do you do it? I'm assuming I would create a small pig tail to feed the first outlet and wire nut the pig tail, the inbound and the outbound wires together in the box, or in a seperate junction box above the outlet.
Your thoughts are appreciated.