Questions about: code-compliance - страница 2

jamesrudoyPost 31 An electrical device is labeled, for example, "Input AC 100-240V 200mA Output DC4. 5V-6. 5V Max 800mA
Kitchen progress is definitely moving along (hooray!!!) We now have recessed lighting in our ceiling and it really helps even out the lighting in the kitchen. Plus getting rid of the semi-flush light fixtures makes the ceiling feel taller. We debated
I trying to move a switch, which is currently in a 2-gang box. The 2-gang box will need to stay in place (and covered with a plate) as it is also the junction of some other stuff (currently power comes into the box, and feeds the switched light, and
DEAR TIM: I am going to frame some exterior wood walls and don't have a clue where to start. As with anything, I am sure there are some pitfalls to avoid and labor-saving tips that will allow my walls to be perfect or nearly so. Can you give me a qui
I'm going to be adding some Particle Photon relay control to some receptacles so I can remotely turn on and off appliances and lighting. I'm going to house the Photon board and relay in a weather-proof PVC box (the gray stuff at home depot). To that,
I am about to close on the purchase of a small (1000sqft) cottage which, although it is habitable, is in desperate need of some tender love & care. I am an avid DIY nut and have have already done some significant renovations to my previous house
Start by looking at the code directly. Chapter 2 Wiring and Protection Article 210 Branch Circuits 210. 52 Dwelling Unit Receptacle Outlets
Each city/state/municipality has its own rules. You would have to check with your building inspector. Doing so may create a flag to them to watch your house
1 Determine the structure type. If circuits are installed in a space for use other than a dwelling unit, AFCI is not required (commercial and industrial spaces are not required to have AFCI protection). AFCI protection is required only in dwelling un