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I use separate detectors from lamps, and here's how I wire them. First, I use the type of sensor which has its own neutral (rather than the type which has no neutral and sits in a "switch loop". ) This is very important
A coupling nut is typically a metal fastener which is threaded on the inside. It is designed to secure two parts together by screwing the coupling nut onto the outside of another part, often a threaded rod. The outside of a coupling nut is usually he
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
You have a neutral bar. You don't have a ground bar. Your panels look exactly like mine, which feed all EMT metallic conduit, and the conduit is the ground path
Further search has not helped me identify the way to achieve the desired crimp. Here I summarize what I've found for reference. The ferrules, or wire end sleeves, for crimping are regulated (at least in Germany) by DIN 46228
I work in the aerospace industry. Per our regs, we can either solder, or crimp, but we can't crimp and solder. FWIW, either are acceptable methods for flight hardware
As other comments have stated, it is likely an AFCI or (more likely) a GFCI breaker. Can you determine where that circuit goes? Knowing its termination would help, since some areas, like bathrooms and laundry rooms, are more likely to validate that.
Video playback is currently not supported on your browser. For a better experience, switch to the latest version of Google Chrome or Firefox Find the right sensor for you Lights come on to a dim level as you start your day. When your hands are full o
Very new to electronics and I'm wondering if you can help me with wiring this project I'm working on. I need a push button to do two things, start a timer and move a servo (once the timer starts). Also, I want to have a PIR sensor in it to decrease t
Yes, it does cost you money using the extension cord. Grabbing a random number out of the air, let's say the fridge draws 2 amperes. If you have a 50 ft