Questions about: circuit

This circuit is fed from the 100-amp sub-panel upstairs (area in dashed box in picture). I now want to add a lighting circuit for the main room in the basement. This involves switching out the 1-gang box at the bottom of the stairs for a 2-gang, addi
The article explains a very simple method of acquiring 220V AC from a 12v DC source. The idea utilizes inductor/oscillator based boost topology with the help of the IC 555. We are quite familiar about inverters which convert a DC potential to higher
Electric heating has many advantages compared to the water. Firstly, the electric heaters can be controlled automatically. Secondly, the installation of such a system is much easier than setting up the water circuit
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AC wire normally doesn't have a plastic shield _over_ the armor. The outside is bare metal. Which doesn't work very good outdoors if it's steel
Yes, you can use existing wiring to feed a sub-panel. (you cannot put a plug on a sub-panel as far as I know. ) If the wiring is not quite long enough to reach your sub-panel location, put a junction box there and splice to an additional cable
During a house sale, inspector pointed out the GFCI at the front of my garage was failing his tester. The trip light was always on but it still fed power. Skip to the end if this is too wordy, but I wanted to cover everything I have verified so far
I recently purchased a home with appliances included. One of the appliances is an stove/oven. We cleaned the range before our first use
Tester101 nailed the question, so I'll cover another option. Depending on your situation, it is often possible to retrofit ground. Normally, wires in a circuit must be kept together for good reason
General Electric, Cutler Hammer, Federal Pacific, Sylvania and other such companies manufacture quality home circuit breakers. Within each of these manufacturers' product line, some of the circuit breakers are interchangeable with the Challenger Type