Professional factory selling FTK1 (1A) (GCK1) Low Voltage Withdrawable Distribution Cabinet Export to Venezuela
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The FTK1 (GCK1) series is suitable in low voltage distribution systems with AC 50Hz,rated voltages 380 to 660v, for the use of powering, feeding, bus couplering, lighting, motor control and power compensating.
It includes power center (PC) and the motor control center (MCC) function, to meet the use of industrial and mining enterprises, high-level hotels, airports, hospitals power supply, distribution and power control.
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Series motor cannot be started without load because of high starting torque. Series motor are used in Trains, Crane etc
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Use these times to navigate through the video:
0:00 Run the wire through the joists
0:28 Identify the area where you want the outlet to be installed
1:05 Identify the panel where the new breaker will be installed
1:43 Install Romex Connector in Panel
2:38 Install the 20Amp breaker in the Panel
3:04 Land Wire in Panel and Breaker
9:37 Cut an inspection hole into wall where outlet will be installed
13:20 Drill hole through bottom plate into basement for wire
15:09 Cut out hole for old-work single gang electric box
18:32 Fish 12-2 Romex wire through hole from basement
19:50 Route wire through box and install old-work electric box
23:15 Connect wires to GFI outlet and Install GFI outlet
26:17 Test electric to GFI and test GFI’s functionality
29:00 Patch up humpty dumpty again
See Joe’s Youtube Channel link below.
Materials List (under $100 – not including Drywall work):
$51.72 12-2 Romex 250 NM-B Wire Southwire Romex SIMpull 250-ft 12-2 Non-Metallic Wire (By-the-Roll)
$22.98 Legrand Radiant 20-Amp 125-Volt White Indoor/Outdoor GFCI Decorator Wall Tamper Resistant Outlet Lowes Item # 752022 Manufacturer Model # 2097TRWRWCC4
$1.89 CARLON 1-Gang Blue Plastic Interior Old Work Standard Rectangular Wall Electrical Box Lowes Item # 37117 Model # 120R
$2.97 Gampak 10-Pack 3/8-in NM/SE Connectors
Lowes Item # 75637 Model # 45650
$6.57 Gardner Bender 175-Count 3/4-in Plastic Insulated Cable Staples Lowes Item # 158232 Model #PS-175J
$9.49 TrueValue 20A Single Pole Interchangeable Circuit Breaker
CONNECTICUT ELEC/VIEW-PAK Compatible with Siemens Load Center | model # VPKICBQ120 | TrueValue item # 745026
$5.97 3M 10.1 oz. Fire-Block Sealant Caulk Model # FB-136 FB136 Internet # 100390499 Store SKU # 191728
Note: depending upon the type of main panel or sub-panel that you have you will have to purchase the correct circuit breaker. Also notice that we spent $23 on a GFI and almost $10 on a breaker. We could have instead spent $39 on a Siemens GFI circuit breaker and $1.00 on a 15 Amp or 20 Amp outlet.
Additional Materials Needed (not covered in this video):
Drywall Compound (mud) to patch walls
Needle Nose Pliers
Cable Ripper (for removing romex insulation)
Robertson #2 Screwdriver (invented by Peter Robertson – see note below)
1/2 Paddle Bit
Box Cutter Knife
Additional Tools Needed for Drywall Repair (not covered in video):
Sanding Pole or Sanding Block
6 inch Drywall Knife
12 inch Drywall Knife
14 Inch drywall pan
What was done in this video? Joe is handy around his home but he is not comfortable with electrical work. So, I helped him make land the wire in the sub-panel to the 20 Amp breaker and to install and make the connections to the GFI outlet in the garage. He took the time ahead of my arrival to route the wire from the sub-panel up to the area with the garage. It was a pleasure working with Joe. He was right there and did everything right along side of me. Joe will finish the clean-up around where I cut into the drywall and sweep up the area where we worked.
We are friends with Joe and his family. We have hung out on many occasions over the last 10 years. His sister in law and my wife used to work together at our elementary school where my wife is a teacher and has been for some time. Anna and Steve has since moved down to Texas and we haven’t had a chance to see her. But I got a chance to speak with Anna today as her daughter was speaking to her. So that was nice. Her daughter was up from Texas and she will be attending Texas A&M for psychology.
Joe’s Youtube Channel:
Peter Robertson History:
Peter Robertson worked for a Philadelphia based company where he was a salesperson and was demonstrating the proper use of a slotted screwdriver. During this demonstration he cut his had. At that point he was determined to find a better method and he invented the square drive screwdriver and square drive socket fastener. It took off in Canada but is still to this day not widely accepted in the USA. Notice that I use a Robertson’s #2 screwdriver in the Siemens load center and on the breaker. This really works much better than the slotted screwdriver.
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Paul Peck Drywall’s video on how to patch can lights (same product can be used to patch improper cutout around outlets)