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#36890 - 04/17/04 11:11 AM low voltage question ?
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can any give a simple difference between class 1 ,class 2,class 3 circuits ? art # 725 is almost impossible to understand. and where to apply each class ?

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#36891 - 04/17/04 05:17 PM Re: low voltage question ?
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The difference is that Class 1 will say Class 1 on the device, Class 3 will say Class 3 etc.

There is no way for you to determine the class of wiring anymore. It is supposed to be printed on all listed transformers and power supplies.

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#36892 - 04/17/04 05:51 PM Re: low voltage question ?
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unforeteally ,, the low voltage cables they do have class type stamped on it. is is very common with thermosat wires and intercom wires they will have wire size , numbers of conducter, type and class if have it .

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