The four wires control the turn signals, brake lights and taillights or running lights. By leaving access to the wire routing, running the additional wire is not so difficult.
Some people, including many electricians, like to twist the wires with lineman pliers in a clockwise direction before applying the wire connector. In any case, it's best to follow the manufacturer's directions, which often does not include pre-twisting the wires together. Wire connectors come in different sizes and colors. The color indicates the size, quantity, and type of wires the nut can accommodate.
The wrong size nut is one that is either too large or too small for the size and number of wires being connected. The packaging for all wire nuts includes a chart that tells you what color of nut to use with the wires you're connecting. For example, for a particular manufacturer, a gray nut may work for a minimum of two gauge stranded wires up to a maximum of two gauge solid wires. The next size up perhaps a blue nut may be suitable for two gauge solid wires up to a maximum of three gauge solid.
Overlap in the sizing chart is common; just make sure you're within the range for the color you're using. However some transmitters may be limited to either a sink or source configuration. Check the transmitters technical manual for the available options. When transmitters are wired in a current source configuration it follows that the control system will be current sink, and vice versa. Therefore it is important to qualify whether it is the transmitter or the control system that is to be wired in a specific configuration.
For the purposes for this guidance note it is assumed that both the transmitter and the remote control panel require a 24Vdc supply. This is the most common configuration of modern mA transmitters. The transmitter and control panel can use the same 24V and 0V dc supply lines. The mA signal flows through the 24V dc line and the signal line to the controller.
The transmitter and control panel can use the same 0V and 24V dc supply lines. The mA signal flows through the 0V dc line and the signal line to the controller. The transmitter and control panel use separate power supplies. The mA signal flows through two separate cable cores between the transmitter and control panel. It is assumed that the power to drive the mA loop is derived from the control panel.
This configuration supplies power and mA signal over a two wire loop connection between the transmitter and the control panel. Not all transmitters can be wired in this format and must be specifically designed to accommodate this configuration. Sub 4mA status signalling is limited due the reduced range of mA available between fault and a zero reading.
Not suitable for power hungry transmitters, e. One thing I noticed was not mentioned in the wiring of the loops. The limitations and effects of circuit impedance of the loop. I see issues on a regular basis where technicians and engineers have issues with their current loops functioning properly. But there are two different outlet styles and plug-in cord styles used for these volt electric dryers.
Some have three slots, designed to accept appliance cords with three prongs, while other outlets have four slots, designed to accept four-prong cords. There are so many of both kinds of dryer outlets in homes throughout the U. S, that newly purchased clothes dryers usually come with no cord at all, which allows you to choose and install a cord that matches whatever kind of dryer outlet found in your home.
In this configuration, the ground connection on the dryer was bonded to the neutral connection, so that the single wire served both functions—as the neutral current pathway and as the grounding pathway. This didn't mean that the appliance wasn't grounded, but only that neutral wire also served as the grounding pathway. This is normally not a problem, since neutral wires are always grounded in the main service panel. Under some unique circumstances, though, there is a very small chance of shock with this configuration.
Therefore, since the s, the NEC and standard local code practice have mandated that new installations must include four-slot dryer outlets for volt dryers, and that dryers must be fitted with four-prong cords to match them. However, there is no mandate that requires homeowners to stop using or convert existing three-slot dryer outlets.
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