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Number of circuits required for the lighting load of an 8000 sq.ft. residence?
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ONE! They're all 9W LEDs. What do I win?
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5 or 7. 25 or 6 to 4.
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Homework question Tangent?
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Number of circuits required for the lighting load of an 8000 sq.ft. residence?
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Table 220.12 & Table 220.42
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Well this is my guess? 17
(14) 15A + (2) 20A small appliance loads + (1) 20A laundry
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A new 9w individual LED with no driver.
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