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  1. NEC Code Forum
    I'm considering installing a DIY solar. My current breaker service panel is 100amps. I can't see the service wires, they are underground and behind the locked meter. I assume they were sized correctly for 100amps. My biggest draw is AC which is protected with 40 amp fuses. The 100 amp breaker...
  2. General Electrical Discussion
    I am a do it yourselfer in Missouri, I can handle hooking things up but I do not know what size or type of service cable I need. Here is my situation, I am adding electric service to a stand alone out building (384 square feet). The building is 150 feet from the service pole that provides...
  3. Residential Electrical Forum
    Hi, I’m basically brand new to electronic hobbying. I have 16 feet of LED strips powered by a 12v 30 amp output power supply. There’s a dimmer switch rated for 30 amps between the supply and LEDS. I want to add a timer to it that is able to either turn them on indefinitely or for 30 and 60...
  4. New Member Introductions
    i have a motion detector light out in my driveway but its always on. Im thinking if i can put that motion detector on a switch so i can turn it on when i want. and have it turn on when the detector is activated? is this possible
  5. General Electrical Discussion
    Happy Thanksgiving, I'd like to have a string of 25-40 watt bulbs wired similar to a string of Christmas lights, with, a dimmer that would create a least to brightest sequence along the string. How do I do this? :santa:
  6. Residential Electrical Forum
    I don't post often, but when I do I'm always satisfied. I do read a lot though. My favorite threads are when HO's and Amateur Diyers are getting slammed by the community. Does anyone have any favorite threads or comments that have come from ET?? I'd love to read them. I get calls from time...
  7. General Electrical Discussion
    While looking for a pdf version of the Canadian electric code I came across this on a DIY website.
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