Residential Wiring

Residential Wiring

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A Practical Guide Based on the 2008 National Electrical CodeAr! The third edition of Residential Wiring is a practical introduction to the general wiring principles, methods, installations, calculations, and service equipment used in 90% of dwellings. Covering actual construction practices for installing electrical systems in one- and two-family dwellings, the text combines in-depth instruction of 2008 NEC rules with detailed, hands-on information about residential wiring practices and full color illustrations to make this an accessible and reader-friendly textbook. Outlining the steps and precautions needed to install power wiring, residential smoke detectors, and systems covered in Article 800 of the NEC, the text addresses specific challenges room by room, including AFCI protection for bedrooms, small-appliance branch circuits for kitchen and dining rooms, and GFCI protection for bathrooms.Some rooms have both: a dedicated lighting outlet and one or more switch- controlled receptacles. ... These additional switches are for convenience, as there is no Code rule requiring multiple light switches in a room. ... located above each end of a fireplace mantel are small luminaires weighing 6 lb (2.7 kg) or less, which means they are permitted to be supported on regular device boxes using No.

Title:Residential Wiring
Author: H. Brooke Stauffer, Paul A. Rosenberg
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2009-09-29

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