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EBK ELECTRICAL WIRING RESIDENTIAL

19th Edition
Simmons
Publisher: CENGAGE LEARNING - CONSIGNMENT
ISBN: 9781337516549

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19th Edition
Simmons
Publisher: CENGAGE LEARNING - CONSIGNMENT
ISBN: 9781337516549
Chapter 23.1, Problem 1R
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  1. a. What is the allowance in watts made for electric heat in this residence? ________
  2. b. What is the value in amperes of this load? _______________________________

a.

To determine

The electric heat allowance in watts that is used in a residence.

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Description:

Many electric heat allowances that are available in homes are unit heaters, heating cables, baseboard heaters, radiant heating panels, duct heaters, heating cable, heat pumps, and so on.

The estimated wattage that is required in electric heat in a residence is 13,000 watts...

b.

To determine

Calculate the load value in amperes.

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