Articles about Electrical
Identifying Electrical Diagram Symbols: Electrical symbols are used to identify the various components that are used when installing electrical circuits and devices – The electrical symbols for outlets switches light fixtures panels and more.
Testing 220 Volt Electrical Circuit Wiring: On a 220 volt circuit I am getting 120 between green and black and green and the red wire, is this correct?
Will I get electrocuted even though I am standing on concrete? The Potential Electrical Shock.
Electrical Maintenance Training for Arc Flash: The NFPA 70E is the standard that addresses electrical safety requirements for employees. It includes arc flash training, study, clothing, etc. which would be very beneficial for your training program for your electrical maintenance department.
Home Electrical Safety Inspections are a great way to check your home for possible electrical problems.
An HVAC Service Technician can provide a series of tests to see…
I am looking for a book on estimating large commercial jobs including Solar installations. Their are so many books out there which are the best…
How to Install Electrical Wiring for LED Light Fixtures
How to Wire a New Replacement Outlet: I replace a receptacle but I failed to mark which wire went to silver common side of old receptacle and which went to brass hot side.
How is a Occupancy Sensor wired to control a bathroom exhaust fan? Wiring a Motion Occupancy Switch: Wiring Diagram for a Motion Detector Occupancy Switch.
How to Install Telephone Cable Close to Electrical Wiring: Preventing Signal Noise, Spacing Telephone Wire Away from Electrical Cables.
I bought a new ceiling fan and can not figure out the wiring. How do I wire it? Connecting the Wires for a Ceiling Fan Made Easy.
Why does my neighbor’s ac unit make my lights flicker? How Power Quality and Power Conditioners help protect Home Electrical Devices.
Should I make sure my Circuits are Properly Grounded? How to Determine if a Circuit is Actually Grounded and how to proceed to bond your system for equipment protection
50 HZ And 60 HZ Frequency Guidelines: I would not advise plugging a 50 HZ microwave into a 60 HZ outlet because of the electronic circuitry, however as long as the coffee pot has a heating element only and no electronic components, then it should be fine.
What kind of Tools do Electricians Use? My Hands-On Experience Using Hand Tools.