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Here is an electrical wiring question.

Facts first...

When you have a (220 volt 30 amp) circuit, you typically have 2 hot wires, 1 ground, and 1 common.

When you have a (110 volt 30 amp) circuit you typically have, 1 hot wire, 1 ground, and 1 common.

Thus the ??? ...

Why the difference with the same amperage ?

Is it because in an "oven/stove (integral to one unit)" for example (but not limited to), you have two units in one, where each takes a certain amount of that (voltage/amperage) ? But each unit if, standing independently utilizes 220v ? Same for a 220V30A dryer, one circuit for the heating element, and one for the motor, for example? ...and again where, for example (not fact) the heating element will be 220V and draw 12 Amps, and the motor will be 220V and 16 Amps, for a total combined of a 220V circuit... where the total maximum consumption "could" be 28 Amps?

As where...

In a 110V30 amp, you simply have one circuit only with a maximum combined draw of 30A?

Where this one circuit will have multiple devices (possibly/usually) that will all each only utilize 110V per each device and draw a maximum of 30 A (or close, typically about 20% under the total circuit (30 A in this example) rating, thus 24A) when combined at peak? For example (but not limited to) an RV which will have air conditioning, lighting, a water pump, a garbage disposal, etc. ... and again all (likely) on one circuit (except when running in 12V through an inverter.

If this is true (correct)...

For 110V30A:

When you are setting up that circuit on your breaker box (100 Amp Service), are you simply drawing off the main (internally) with a "single pole" style 30 Amp breaker?

Whereas...

For 220V30A:

Your pull two hot wires off the main for the 220V circuit, utilizing a "two pole" style breaker rated at 30A?

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