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CONTENTS AT A GLANCE Overview Insulated Wire Conductors Wire Insulation and Cable Coding Service Entrance Cables Nonmetallic Cables Metal-Clad Cables Communications Cables Metal and Nonmetallic Conduit Conduit Bodies and Fittings Electrical Boxes Outlet Box Wiring Wall-Mounted AC Switches Lamp Dimmers and Fan Controls Motion/Occupancy Sensors Wall-Mounted Receptacles and Plugs Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupters Isolated-Ground Receptacles Locking Receptacles and Plugs Pin-and-Sleeve Devices Wire Mesh Cable Grips Glossary of Wiring Device Terms
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This chapter focuses on the standard wire, cable, and electrical devices used in homes and offices, with emphasis on branch circuits Many different kinds of standard wire and cable are available for use in 120/240-V AC branch-circuit wiring Wire is defined as a single solid or twisted copper or aluminum conductor with or without insulation, and cables for power and lighting typically consist of two or more insulated wires and a bare ground wire with a protective jacket There are also untwisted and twisted wire pairs for telephone service and coaxial cables for TV and Internet reception Conduit is tubing or pipe that encloses and protects wires and cables It can be metal or nonmetallic, and rigid or flexible In outdoor locations, conduit protects the enclosed wires or cable above ground from rain, snow, condensed moisture, and abrasion as well as accidental severence during excavation or trench digging It is also used to protect buried cable Short lengths of conduit are used under concrete sidewalks to make it easier to pull wires or cable under those obstructions In addition, short lengths are used to protect wire or cable as it emerges from the ground to a meter base or other enclosure Conduit bodies are fittings that permit electrical metallic tubing (EMT) conduit to be joined in straight lengths or in 90 turns Many different kinds of conduit connectors and couplings are available for coupling or connecting similar or dissimilar conduit These products are made from materials such as zinc-plated steel, malleable iron, aluminum, die-cast zinc, and nylon Junction and pull boxes provide access points for pulling and feeding conductors into a raceway system Their use is mandatory in conduit runs where the number of bends between outlets exceeds the maximum permitted by the National Electrical Code (NEC) Conduit is also used inside homes or buildings to protect wiring or cable from moisture, dust buildup, or abrasion Wall switches are designed for mounting inside wall-mounted outlet boxes and before being covered with decorative wallplates Standard switches are available in all specification grades with ratings of 120/240 V AC, and some industrial and commercial grades are rated for 347 and 600 V AC Switches can be single-pole, three-way, or four-way, and they can include pilot lights, lighted handles, and locks Conventional dimmers are wall-mounted devices for reducing the illumination levels of incandescent lamps Other versions with different internal circuits are designed for dimming fluorescent lamps or controlling the speed of fans Dimmers can change the illumination levels in a room and can help to conserve energy Motion or occupancy sensors are switches that can turn on lights or other appliances automatically when a person enters a room, and turn them off when the person leaves The most popular motion-sensing technologies are passive infrared (PIR) and ultrasonic These sensors are also used in security systems to warn of intruders inside or outside homes or buildings General-purpose duplex straight-blade receptacles are the familiar electrical outlets most often seen in homes and offices They are designed to accept two- or three-prong plugs on line cords Ground-fault circuit-interrupter (GFCI) receptacles, now required by the NEC in many areas of a home, protect persons from electric shock should a bare or abraded conductor come in contact with an exposed metal object
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