Yes, lighting and wall receptacles use 12/2 wiring. Put no more than 10 lights, or outlets, or a combination of both on one circuit. Outlets for the refrigerator, microwave, washing machine, whirlpool bath, dishwasher, and garbage disposal, should each be on a dedicated circuit all their own. Kitchens require two dedicated circuits for wall receptacles. Check you local area for any variations of these codes.
Sure. As long as it is connected to a 15 amp circuit breaker. That is the normal gauge wiring for residential lighting. For commercial 12 gauge on a 20 amp breaker is normal.
Provided you use wire that is rated for 20 amps.
12 gauge wire is used for household plugins, and 14 gauge wire is used for lights. So, 12 gauge is the size to use. But since a freezer has an electric motor, it is best to not plug anything else with a motor into the same circuit.
Yes, anytime your see a glowing wire inside the light it is an incandescent lightbulb
At the lights there is a black, white and bare wire from the supply. With power off you would break the black (Hot) connection at wirenut. Then you just need to run a wire to and from the switch. Assume you use standard Romex with black, white and bare wires. Connect the black wire to the black wire from supply. Connect the white wire going to the switch to the black wire going to lights. Wrap black electric tape around each end of white wire to show it is HOT. At the switch end connect the white wire to one lug on switch and black to the other. Connect the bare wire to ground on switch and at light to other bare wires.
The ones that come with it You can use the fog lights for bad weather conditions but most people these days run the fog lights all the time, very inconsiderate.
yes use 12 gauge for 20 amp or 15 amp outlets if you want to save money you should use 14 gauge for lights but never put 14 gauge wire in a 20 amp circuit.
to run your lights and accessories and maintain your battery between starts.
14-3 Is the standard wire use for residental smoke detectors.
Use a test light One wire (hot) will illuminate The other wire (cold) goes to the brake lights will not illuminate
If you cut the wire from the light switch to the frount running lights (single use light) you can then hook a new wire from a keyed power source (check manuel) and the running lights will come on every time you start the truck. costs $Priceless
The switch goes between the supply and the string of lights. If the supply is in a ceiling box you need to run a 3-wire cable from the switch to the ceiling box. Since your normal Romex cable for residential use has a black, white and bare wire you would use them as follows: At the switch connect black to one side of switch and white to other side.. Wrap black electric tape around white cable for 3 inches or so to identify it as a hot wire. Do the same at the ceiling end. In the ceiling connect one switch black wire to the supply black and the other pseudo black wire (White wire with tape) to the black wire on light fixture. Connect the supply white wire to the light white wire. Connect all bare wires together (ground). Connect bare wire at switch to green screw on switch.
To answer this question the circuits voltage must be stated. Find the total wattage of the lights, use the following formula. I = W/E, where W is the total wattage and E is the circuit's voltage.
Fog lights use special brackets which sit recessed on a 2001 Chevy Cavaliers bumper. To install the fog lights mount the units into the bumper brackets. Then splice the fog lights into the existing wire harness. Use a switch if necessary.
Yes, they use less electricity.
If it is an extra wire, don't combine it with any. Cap it off by itself. Three conductor wire is intended for 3 way switches, or fan-light combo use. If that was three-way-ed through the light box, you'll have to ask the question differently.
use an ohmmeter it will show the ground or a test light if it lights up it willl be the other wire
#12/2wground & a 20 amp breaker should be enough for lights,receptales.
By considering the safety factor, it is better to use 6mm2 wire.Another AnswerIn the US, use 8 Ga, 3 conductor copper wire + ground for typical applications.
There are numerous types of lights that can be used. Flashlights and the light sticks that can be cracked to release light can be used. Also solar powered lights, push button stick on lights, and lights that can be run off a generator are options.
No. You need Broadband Internet and a Ethernet cord.
Depends on the size of the circuit which you did not list.