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I like the M 12 tools . Although I also have the M18 . The M12 are convenient for everyday drilling & driving screws.
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Look into P&B KUL series latching relays for what you need. Potter & Brumfield was gobbled up by TE Connectivity, which used to be Tyco, so don't let the different mfg. names throw you off. I don't remember you mentioning your desired operating voltage yet and that really does impact the (...)
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Battery Amp-Hour ratings are usually determined by the 20 hour discharge curve.

I believe for a 5 hour discharge, you should derate to 70%.

You may want to set up the UPS with the intended load and measure the actual current draw of the system.
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Is your MCCB supposed to protect the transformer? Then I'd say start by sizing that appropriately and then calculate cable size etc.
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There's no difference between this and allowing more than a single 15A receptacle on a 15A breaker.

If the next guy tries to use both at the same time the breaker will protect things; the same way (...)
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Description: I am wanting to run a new pipe riser here at the top right hand corner. I am concerned if the local code will allow it. It does seem to be 3 ft. away from the deck vertically and above the window on the right.

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