Asked in New Electrical Work
New Electrical Work
Can you add a 110 outlet from one leg of the 220 wiring?
Asked in Factoring and Multiples
What is interesting about the factors of 220 and 284?
the factors of 220 add up to 284; the factors of 284 add up to 220. 220 is divisible by 1,2,4,5,10,11, 20,22,44,55 and 110. 1+2+4+5+10+11+20+22+44+55+110 = 284 284 is divisible by 1,2,4,71 and 142. 1+2+4+71+142 = 220. A pair of numbers with this ability is called 'amicable numbers'. Other knows pairs of amicable numbers are (17296, 18416) and (9363584, 9437056). ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
What is 150 percent of 220?
To find 150 percent of a number, multiply the number by 1.5. In this instance, 1.5 x 220 = 330. Therefore, 150 percent of 220 is equal to 330. Or another way of solving these types of percentages, called whole plus percentages, is simple. 100% of any number is the number itself (100% of 220 is 220) and 50% of any number is exactly half of the said number (50% of 220 is 110) and then add the two together (220 +...
Asked in Home Electricity, Modification of Old Electrical Work, Electrical Engineering, Electrical Wiring
How can you rewire 220 single phase to 110?
You need a neutral wire. Household 220 is two 110V hot wires that are in opposite phases, so the voltages add. Each of these hots will provide 110V when used with a neutral. It may be routed with the two hots, and it may not. If there isn't one there, it will need to be run from your breaker box. If you have only one outlet or appliance to connect, you only need one of the two hots on one terminal...
How do you add an extra 220v outlet to a 220v line?
Typically you need 4 conductors. The hot wires are usually red and black. The neutral is white and the ground is green. If you put a volt meter across red and black you'll get 220 VAC. If between neutral and either hot 110 VAC. ...
Asked in Home Electricity
How do you connect 220 volt red black white green wires to black white green wires?
You can't operate 220 V equipment from 110 V power, and therefore cannot do what you are asking. If on the other hand you want to run 110 V equipment from 220 V power, don't use the red wire. However to meet the electrical I think you are required to add a circuit breaker or fuse on the new 110 V branch circuit. ...
Does a 220 volt Air Conditioner cost less to operate than a 110 volt with the same btu's?
Whoever wrote this answer has the math correct, I will admit it. 220 volt circuit is two 110 volt circuits put together. 110+110=220. As seen below in the following equation, the 220 unit and 110 unit use the same amount of wattage, if you double the 110 volts amperage use. 220 volt circuits are used with major appliances such as air conditioners, dryers and electric oven/ranges for this reason. The amount of current they draw (amperage). The reason behind using a 220...
Can you add a outlet using power from a existing outlet?
Sure, but the new outlet will be restricted to the amps rating of the fuse for the original outlet. You're basically making a hardwired extension cord. ...
Which circuits are used in houses?
110 and 220 volt AC supply wiring for the house lights and appliance, heating and air operations. Also computer connection wiring, cable tv lines, phones lines, intercom lines, burglar alarm circuits, property TV monitors, Lawn watering controls, door bell circuits, heating and air control lines. Dont forget to add a lightning arrestor on the roof and a large copper cable to a ground system. JH ...
How do you rewire 110 to 220 lights?
You cannot rewire this scenario best thing a add a 1:.5 transformer with the right power rating. Don't forget transfer losses This can be done. If you are still interested open a discuss question page. ...
How many outlets and lights can be put on a 15 amp circuit?
The math is simple. Watts = Volts * Amps In this case Amps are fixed, at 15, and you want to know the total wattage that can be drawn by all the appliances you add to the circuit. So the answer depends on the voltage. Voltage can be anything, but there are some commonly used domestic supply values: For 220 volts, 220*15 = 3300watts For 110 volts, 110*15 = 1760watts For 240 volts, 240*15 = 3600watts ...
Asked in Dodge Dakota, Dodge Trucks
How do you rest low washer light on 2005 Dodge Dakota?
All you need to do is add washer fluid. If the light is still on, the sensor or wiring have failed. All you need to do is add washer fluid. If the light is still on, the sensor or wiring have failed. ...
Asked in Home Electricity, New Electrical Work
How much does it cost to wire a 280 sq ft garage with four 110v outlets and one 220v outlet?
Depends on many factors. Are you wiring it yourself. If so that will save you probably $300-$500. Do you need to install a service panel? If not and you have an existing panel with enough space to tap into, this will save you around $200. Use a 20 amp breaker for the 110 circuit and a breaker that matches the 220 circuit. Probably a 30 amp. The wire will cost you around $75 and you must use 12/2 with ground for...
Asked in Factoring and Multiples
What two numbers multiply to -110 and add up to 19?
The factor pairs of -110 are (-110,1)(-55,2)(-22,5)(-11,10)(110,-1)(55,-2) (22,-5)(11,-10) None of them add up to 19. One of them adds up to 17. ...
Asked in Home Electricity
How do I know if I can add a plug to a circuit?
In most home renovations there is ample room on a branch circuit to add another outlet. Very seldom does an electrician, when wiring a home, load the circuit up to maximum outlet that the electrical code will permit. Now the thing that has to be kept in mind is what is the load on the circuit now. The second thing to keep in mind is how much is the new receptacle outlet's load going to be. A home branch circuit is...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Insects
What will the answer to 4times 1000 plus 5 times 100 plus 6 times 10 plus 1 times 10 plus 2times 110?
here's how I solved it( * stans for multiply): 4*1000+5*100+6*10+1*10+2*110= First you do all the multiplication,and get: 4,000+500+60+10+220= then you add, and the answer is 4790. ...
How can the light on my GFCI outlet be on when there is no power coming to the outlet?
The pilot light in a GFCI is an indication that the receptacle is hot, maybe they should add a red pilot light to indicate that no power is coming out of the outlet and green when power is available. ...