New from the leaders in electrical safety. Get step-by-step advice for working in homes, and concentrate on cable wiring methods used in over 90% of dwellings! NFPA teamed up with well-known electrical safety expert H. Brooke Stauffer, NECAas Executive Director of Standards and Safety, to create this essential primer for designing and installing house wiring. NFPAas Residential Wiring outlines the steps and precautions needed to install power wiring, residential smoke detectors, and systems covered in Article 800 of the NECAr--such as telephone, cable TV, and broadband. With easy-to-read text and detailed illustrations, it addresses specific challenges room by room, including: AFCI protection for bedrooms, small appliance branch circuits for kitchens and dining rooms, GFCI protection for bathrooms and outdoor areas, finished and unfinished basements, HVAC equipment including water heaters, laundry rooms, general living areas, pools, fountains, spas, hot tubs, and more!The guide makes an excellent on-the-job source for beginning practicing electrical professionals, plus itas the ideal text for classroom instruction.Low-voltage wiring and power wiring cannot be installed in the same outlet box or other enclosure unless there ... If a bedroom is located in a basement or in a habitable attic, the smoke detector located aquot;in the immediate vicinityaquot; can also serve as the ... The Code classifies door chime wiring as Class l , power- limited.
|Title||:||NFPA's Residential Wiring|
|Author||:||H. Brooke Stauffer|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2005-01-01|