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Old 11-21-2013, 07:04 AM   #21
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The biggest thing I see is the fire alarm cable. What size is that? Looks tiny.
18/2 , they serve 20 watt bulbs, all HRs from source. Why overkill?
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Old 11-21-2013, 11:14 AM   #22
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That's how I would do it, but I guess the more correct way to do it would to leave the transformer mounted on the outside of the box with the line side wiring on the inside like a doorbell transformer.
If that power supply is intended to be hard wired, why don't they provide a bushing on it, to mount it in a 1/2 K.O., like a bell transformer. They could make it out plastic, like the rest of the unit. Either snap in or lock nut.
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I've done the exact same thing in that situation.
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You'll note that he was struck dead for this. No pity.
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