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Re: Charge your "Tesla"
Posted by gfretwell:
Thanks that was what I was thinking.
I may poke around on the internet a little, no use reinventing the wheel.
Re: Interesting method
Posted by gfretwell:
That is just a lamp holder screwed into the fan J box cover and they drilled 2 holes in the cover, no bushings, for the fixture wires. They used a regular 1/4-20 screw, not the 1/8 NPT threaded tube so they could not route the wires up that way.

One of their house warming gifts was the listed (...)
Re: fire pump service disconnect
Posted by JBD:
I see nothing in the NEC that would prevent you from having two disconnects, in series, for a fire pump installation.
I have designed, and had installed, new disconnects with short circuit protection upstream from existing fire pump services. They have not been questioned by the AHJ.
Re: Can we use cord???
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One of quite a few.
Re: Norwegian power?
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RCD _ residual current device, essentially a GFI but usually entirely electro-mechanical rather than electronic. Trip currents range from 10 mA to 3 A for ancient models, currently up to 500 mA I think. For all outlet circuits 30 mA are required in most countries these days, requirements for (...)
Re: Distance of Spa GFI Breaker and gas line outdoors
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CEC 2-234 Electrical equipment near combustible gas equipment

When installed outdoors, arc producing electrical equipment shall not be installed within 1m of the discharge of a combustible gas relief device or vent.
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One of many issues. Handyman special.
Re: Load control in generator start up
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Most HVACs have a time delay module in them from the factory these days but they are a delay after power off deal. If the power was off for X minutes it starts immediately.
For the OP's problem you want "delay on" relays set to different times for each compressor.
Five to Ten seconds between (...)
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I think the canopy of the fan will cover the face of the Bell Box in a satisfactory manner so you will not be needing the gasket. Above the fan they have 2x10s so that is substantial wood.

 

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