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  • lengths
  • All submittals and as built documentation will include at least floor plans, plot plans, conduit locations, cable vault locations, lengths, locations, finish room numbers and wire or fiber numbers. (wvstateu.edu)
  • This direct routing method has the advantage of reduced cost by allowing use of the shortest possible lengths of wire, but the major disadvantage is that a detailed building wiring diagram is needed for other electricians to understand multiple interwoven circuits, especially if the wiring is not fully visible throughout its length. (wikipedia.org)
  • System
  • Even more seriously though, is what substandard wiring can do to your overall system, not the least of which are chronic battery drain, frequent system faults, or even causing electrolysis and fires. (yachtsurvey.com)
  • That includes something as apparently simple as wiring a new service outlet, for if you don't understand the principles of the system, you are likely to unknowingly create a problem. (yachtsurvey.com)
  • Non-Metallic Splice Kit, 12-14 AWG, 2 Conduit NM Cable With Ground, Simple, Fast & Economical Connectivity Method For Adding An Electrical Branch Circuit In The Home, Proven System For Splicing, Connecting & Tapping 12 & 14 AWG Non-Metallic Cable. (shop.com)
  • This document includes the furnishing, installation, and connection of the microprocessor controlled, intelligent reporting fire alarm equipment required to form a complete coordinated system ready for operation. (ncdcr.gov)
  • On February 8, 2011, the NHTSA, in collaboration with NASA, released its findings into the investigation on the Toyota drive-by-wire throttle system. (wikipedia.org)
  • However, on October 24, 2013, a jury ruled against Toyota and found that unintended acceleration could have been caused due to deficiencies in the drive-by-wire throttle system or Electronic Throttle Control System (ETCS). (wikipedia.org)
  • lamp
  • One of the worst offenses we see on boats is the use of extension cords and other non marine wire, even such things as audio speaker wire and household lamp cord on high voltage systems. (yachtsurvey.com)
  • Where conductors entered a wiring device such as a lamp or switch, or were pulled into a wall, they were protected by flexible cloth insulating sleeving called loom. (wikipedia.org)
  • made
  • Frequent wiring changes are made simpler and safer through the use of electrical conduit, as existing conductors can be withdrawn and new conductors installed, with little disruption along the path of the conduit. (wikipedia.org)
  • power
  • When a generic power outlet was desired, the wiring could run directly into the junction box through a tube of protective loom and a ceramic bushing. (wikipedia.org)
  • Splice with more modern power outlet, a probable code violation as seen here. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Human Resources Department is accepting applications for the regular and full-time position of Senior Power Plant Engineer in the Electric Department. (calopps.org)
  • readily
  • However, this standard is not written in such language that it can readily be adopted as a national wiring code. (wikipedia.org)
  • high
  • This service outlet was replaced by some one who didn't understand high voltage wiring and this is the result. (yachtsurvey.com)
  • Rules
  • Therefore, there are lots of additional rules about the materials and methods of installation that you won't find on land based vehicles or structures. (yachtsurvey.com)
  • Applicable
  • An installation is "accepted" if it has been inspected and found by a nationally recognized testing laboratory to conform to specified plans or to procedures of applicable codes. (osha.gov)
  • provide
  • Loom, a woven flexible insulating sleeve, was slipped over insulated wire to provide additional protection whenever a wire passed over or under another wire, when a wire entered a metal device enclosure, and in other situations prescribed by code. (wikipedia.org)
  • numbers
  • By the time a boat gets a few years on it, the amount of substandard and/or jury-rigged wiring on it can add up to substantial numbers of faults. (yachtsurvey.com)
  • house
  • Joe is the guy who knows how to wire a house and thinks that boats are no different. (yachtsurvey.com)
  • Just because you know how to do wiring around the house, doesn't mean you know what you're doing on a boat. (yachtsurvey.com)
  • This kept the wires from coming into contact with the wood framing members and from being compressed by the wood as the house settled. (wikipedia.org)
  • metal
  • Ceramic bushings protected each wire entering a metal device box, when such an enclosure was used. (wikipedia.org)
  • Only in the last case were metal boxes always used to enclose the wiring and device. (wikipedia.org)
  • BRANCH
  • Aluminum wire requires a larger wire gauge than copper wire to carry the same load or current, but was still less expensive than copper wire for a particular branch circuit. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the late 1960s problems and failures related to branch circuit connections for the newer building wire made with the utility grade AA-1350 alloy aluminum began to surface, resulting in a re-evaluation of the use of that alloy for building wire and an identification of the need for newer alloys to produce aluminum building wire. (wikipedia.org)
  • code
  • Loom, a woven flexible insulating sleeve, was slipped over insulated wire to provide additional protection whenever a wire passed over or under another wire, when a wire entered a metal device enclosure, and in other situations prescribed by code. (wikipedia.org)
  • weight
  • installed his 1370 tower clock in the Palais du Roi in Paris with a 500 pound weight for each train, but there is little to nothing in the literature on the subject of weights, weight lines, and their auxiliaries--particularly those used in tower clocks. (sover.net)
  • More and more old tower clocks in this country are being restored to their original weight drives, or updated with new weight lines and pulleys, therefore the possibility of serious error in the installation, handling, and care of these weight systems becomes very real. (sover.net)
  • and (3) some information on installation, safety, and maintenance considerations for tower clock weight drive components. (sover.net)