H. Brooke Stauffer's qResidential Wiring for the Tradesq is intended to provide practical instruction for wiring homes according to NEC rules. This text covers all important topics and yet, won't scare students away with extensive detail and complexity. Written with apprentice students in mind, this four-color text covers all 2005 NEC requirements and construction practices for installing electrical systems in new one- and two-family dwellings. Using a unique, hands-on approach that will serve students well in the real-world, this text covers all aspects of the curriculum, introducing student-friendly applications to increase comprehension, many practical examples, extensive safety coverage, and introduction to the newest technology in residential wiring.Wiring Methods No special wiring methods are required for smoke detectors. ... A receptacle in an unfinished basement supplying only a permanently installed fire alarm or burglar alarm system isna#39;t required to have ... Transformers Class 2 chime transformers are typically rated 120 volts primary, 16 volts secondary.
|Title||:||Residential Wiring for the Trades|
|Author||:||H. Brooke Stauffer|
|Publisher||:||Career Education - 2005-09-01|