Type: Posts; User: mstrlucky74
Anyone have a chart off the various most frequently used combinations? Such as 2" w/4-3/0 & #6 ground. That could also be 2" w/3-3/0 & #6. Trying to generate predefined buttons in an estimating...
Ok silly question but aren't many of mine.. But they do generate good conversation between members. It's a three part question. If you 1x4 and were using 12/2 mc cable.
1. You could have cable...
so what would you say the 4th conductor is in my example above? Thx
If you have a 3" w/4 #350mcm...would the 4th wire be the neutral? My question is could you have a feeder that only has phase conductors and a neutral and not a ground?
Is a pull string always installed in empty stub-ups for LV?
So then what would you resort to for supporting #10 mc cable?
Can't use KX clips for #10 aromored cable?
Thanks....wow caddy K-20's...gotta look that up.
Is it code comliant to run armored cable and 3/4" or 1" conduit above a hung ceiling just being supported by the pencil rod with this? No drop wire/ceiling wire or anything else? This is for NYC...
I could not see it..but it being a meter should have been a dead give away
How did you know that was a NEMA 3R just by looking?
When grounding a xfrmr you can either attach to bldg. steel or attach to a ground bar, correct? What is most common? Thanks
It becomes confusing with grounding electrode, grounding conductor,...
Yes, most of the time. Thanks,
I know most lighting vendors won't included the pendants to various unknwn factors. What do you usually make pendants from and how would you attach them? Conduit?? Thanks.
Does the xfrmr usually rest on strut from the threaded rod or is this some sort of " bottom tray" that the xfrm sits on? Thanks
Thanks Inf... So you'll mount a 400a to the studs? And what would you use to mount it? Thanks
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Surface you can use strut, wedge andchors etc. but when a panel is mounted recessed is it attached to studs? How is this framed out if studs are 16" o.c. and the panel width can vary? How is the...
If this is surface to the concrete ceiling how is it most commonly attached? Wedge anchor???