24 Years Factory Miniature Circuit Breaker FTBD-PV to Bahrain Factory
Exterior and dimensions
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|FTBD-PV Derating of load capability of MCBs|
|Ambient temperature T (°C)||
|1.17 In||1.12 In||1.07 In||
|0.93 In||0.86 In||0.81 In|
Exterior and dimensions
Table of contents:
0:00 – 0:20 : shit talking
0:20 – 0:46 : basic intro to video
0:46 – 2:16 : SOME of the dangers of doing an unpermitted panel change. Note: incomplete information! life at risk.
2:16 – 3:00 : overview of permit process
3:00 : some projected costs
3:34 : observation of old fuse box, mostly
4:27 : info for folks with interior/underground breaker panel
5:45 : mostly info about electrical grounding
9:01 : some stuff about my overhead wiring situation
10:06 : photos of my power company’s instruction booklet. Potentially useless.
10:26 : Not all panels will easily work with your requirements
11:40 : some Panel Mounting work
15:49 : some info on breakers, breaker panels, & electricity
21:07 : intermission with tits.
21:20 : more panel mounting
24:59 : “romex” (nm cable) clamps – awkward
25:29 : hooking up wires and breakers
28:36 : some info about conductor sizing
29:05 : hooking up wires and breakers w/info about breakers
31:29 : installing ground wire, conduit, & some info about conduit
35:35 : placing mains conduit, installing roof jack
42:58 : info about conduit-to-box flange
44:20 : installing weatherhead and overhead wire hanger insulated attachment
44:59 : mains service wires preparation and installation
49:43 : Installing conduit strapping and backer blocks
52:46 : calling in for inspection & the end
Sorry for the shoddy video editing and lack of footage during disassembly, overhead line detachment, and structural reinforcement.
Sorry for all the text – it’s a symptom of using a shitty video editor.
But please do bear in mind that I spent over 6 days of productive time dealing with the video work associated with producing this tutorial. It was created in order to provide an ACTUAL service panel change…something that I’d never seen in all of my time on youtube.