## Sunday, July 30, 2023

Home Electric Table Well Explained

In this video I'm going to explain how to assemble and wire an electric board in a house, keeping in mind standard of Argentina and the national electricity code of Peru. So, I invite you to continue watching this video so that you can see the similarities and differences that exist with the different regulations of other countries.

In this video we will see how to set up a table or domestic electrical panel, the first element will be the thermomagnetic switch and the next will be the differential switch.

In some countries a phase manages the 220V with only one line and the neutral and in some other countries the 220V are conformed by line 1 and line and 2 but the neutral.From there, follow the circuits for current outlets, lighting, thermal power, kitchen, etc., etc.

The value of each thermomagnetic switch varies depending on the load to be connected, for example in a kitchen circuit that uses appliances such as a microwave oven, refrigerator, toaster, motor and blender, among others, it would not be the same load for example if we compare it with a circuit for light fixtures as they are led today and do not demand much amperage.

The electrical conductors likewise vary according to the loads connected to the circuit.

I hope this video is useful and thank you very much for your support.

Home Electric Table Well Explained

In this video I'm going to explain how to assemble and wire an electric board in a house, keeping in mind standard of Argentina and the national electricity code of Peru. So, I invite you to continue watching this video so that you can see the similarities and differences that exist with the different regulations of other countries.

In this video we will see how to set up a table or domestic electrical panel, the first element will be the thermomagnetic switch and the next will be the differential switch.

In some countries a phase manages the 220V with only one line and the neutral and in some other countries the 220V are conformed by line 1 and line and 2 but the neutral.From there, follow the circuits for current outlets, lighting, thermal power, kitchen, etc., etc.

The value of each thermomagnetic switch varies depending on the load to be connected, for example in a kitchen circuit that uses appliances such as a microwave oven, refrigerator, toaster, motor and blender, among others, it would not be the same load for example if we compare it with a circuit for light fixtures as they are led today and do not demand much amperage.

The electrical conductors likewise vary according to the loads connected to the circuit.

I hope this video is useful and thank you very much for your support.