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Re: Wiring info wanted

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dr sportster

03-19-2013 14:54:14

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I hope you don't think Pete Black is joking. You will have to go to a supply house {I'm guessing] .I doubt Lowes will have that

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pete black

03-19-2013 17:45:46

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 Re: Wiring info wanted in reply to dr sportster, 03-19-2013 14:54:14  
thanks dr. electrical equipment, including light bulbs are rated at a given voltage. time was your electric supplier provided you electrical service at 220/110 voltage. system improvements such as newer substations located closer to the load, bigger wire sizes, better voltage regulators and larger capacitor banks have all led to higher voltages at the point of use (homes, factories, business). typical residential voltage now run in excess of 240/120 volts with 126-130 volts being the norm thus shortening the life of electrical equipment. fortunately nearly all electrical equipment is rated for voltages greater than 120 volts, not so for incandescent light bulbs, thus shortening the life of the bulb. simple to prove, place a voltmeter on an electrical outlet and read voltage or call electric utility and have them read it at your meter.

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