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Title:
Electrical wiring, residential : based on the 1990 National electrical code
Author:
Mullin, Ray C.
Personal Author:
Edition:
Tenth edition.
Publication Information:
Albany, N.Y. : Delmar Publishers, [1990]

©1990
Physical Description:
xxii, 468 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
General Note:
"Plans for single family dwelling": 10 folded sheets at end.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780827334908

9780827334915
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Readers can learn all aspects of residential wiring and how to apply them to the wiring of a typical house from this, the most widely-used residential wiring book in the country. Accurate and comprehensive, it covers just about every residential wiring task readers might need to know. They can also find safe practices required by OSHA and methods and materials required by the 1999 NEC "RM" all within an applied context.


Summary

Readers can learn all aspects of residential wiring and how to apply them to the wiring of a typical house from this, the most widely-used residential wiring book in the country. Accurate and comprehensive, it covers just about every residential wiring task readers might need to know. They can also find safe practices required by OSHA and methods and materials required by the 1999 NEC "RM" all within an applied context.


Table of Contents

1 General Information for Electronic Installations
2 Drawings and Specifications
3 Service Entrance Calculations
4 Service Entrance Equipment
5 Electrical Outlets
6 Determining the number and location of lighting and small receptacle circuits
7 Conductor sizes and types, wiring methods, wire connections, voltage drop, neutral sizing for services
8 Switch control of lighting and receptacle circuits
9 Ground fault circuit interrupters, arc fault circuit interrupter, transient voltage surge suppressor, isolated ground receptacles
10 Lighting fixtures and ballasts
11 Branch Circuits for the Bedrooms, Study, and Hall
12 Branch circuits for the Living Room and Front Entry
13 Branch Circuits Bathrooms and Hall
14 Lighting Branch Circuit and Small Appliance Circuits for the Kitchen
15 Special purpose outlets for Ranges, Counter-Mounted Cooking Units, Wall-Mounted Ovens, Food Waste Disposal, and Dishwasher
16 Branch Circuits for the Laundry, Washroom, and Attic
17 Electric heating and air conditioning
18 Oil and Gas heating systems
19 Branch Circuits for the Recreation Room
20 Utility Area and Workshop
21 Heat and smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and security systems
22 Extra low voltage, remote control, and signal systems
23 Swimming pools, spas, and hot tubs
24 Television, telephone, data, and home automation
25 Lighting Branch Circuit for the Garage and Outdoor Lighting
1 General Information for Electronic Installations
2 Drawings and Specifications
3 Service Entrance Calculations
4 Service Entrance Equipment
5 Electrical Outlets
6 Determining the number and location of lighting and small receptacle circuits
7 Conductor sizes and types, wiring methods, wire connections, voltage drop, neutral sizing for services
8 Switch control of lighting and receptacle circuits
9 Ground fault circuit interrupters, arc fault circuit interrupter, transient voltage surge suppressor, isolated ground receptacles
10 Lighting fixtures and ballasts
11 Branch Circuits for the Bedrooms, Study, and Hall
12 Branch circuits for the Living Room and Front Entry
13 Branch Circuits Bathrooms and Hall
14 Lighting Branch Circuit and Small Appliance Circuits for the Kitchen
15 Special purpose outlets for Ranges, Counter-Mounted Cooking Units, Wall-Mounted Ovens, Food Waste Disposal, and Dishwasher
16 Branch Circuits for the Laundry, Washroom, and Attic
17 Electric heating and air conditioning
18 Oil and Gas heating systems
19 Branch Circuits for the Recreation Room
20 Utility Area and Workshop
21 Heat and smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and security systems
22 Extra low voltage, remote control, and signal systems
23 Swimming pools, spas, and hot tubs
24 Television, telephone, data, and home automation
25 Lighting Branch Circuit for the Garage and Outdoor Lighting