Questions about: conduit

So I am in the final stages of a deck rebuild, and at the last minute thought about a slight change. To the right of this photo you can see an power outlet on the wall, currently has a yellow extension cord plugged in. Behind the photographer, the de
To directly answer your question: There is no height requirement for EMT. It can be used at any height on the outside of a house. EMT is identified for use in locations where exposed to physical damage but not 'severe' physical damage
Start out by using Table 310. 15(B)(16), and applying any required corrections, to determine what size conductors you'll need. For your situation, we'll assume we can use the 75°C column, that you want to use copper conductors, and there's no other c
Normally when running metal conduit to a box I use a connector that is inserted into the box with a locknut. Now I'm using 1-1/2 PVC and I need to connect it to the sub-panel. From what I could figure out at Lowes is to connect the conduit to the pan
Standard wire and conduit size is simply the application of industry standards that help to ensure consistency in the size and type of wiring and encompassing conduits that are used for various electrical tasks. By providing a basis or standard, it i
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I’d like to run new cabling for data, voice and tv but I’m having a hard time figuring out how to get some of the wires up to the attic for the 2nd floor and would like some advice. I’ve run cables, wire and conduit before but I’ve hit a wall (pun in