Wiring some rules, norms and prohibitions.


All cables are placed only in horizontal or vertical directions.

The corners of wires are laid only at right angles (90 degrees).

The horizontal wiring line may be located no closer than 10-20 cm from the ceiling and be parallel to it.

The distance of the wires from the doors should be more than 10 see the same applies to the switches near the window.

From metal objects, the battery cables shall be laid at a distance not closer than 50 cm.

The switches may be located at a height of 1 meter from the floor surface.

Sockets according to the European standard located at a distance of 30 cm from the floor level.

Door shower enclosure the sockets and switches may be located not closer than 60 cm.

The cabling from the switchboard is made in one piece of cable.

The wiring can be connected only in the junction (terminal) box, which has a high degree of protection from moisture and dust.

The electrical shield is mounted as close as possible to the input supply cable.



Run wires opposite the doorways and corners of walls.

One switch to connect more than two lamps.

There are no bends and twisting wires.

Not allowed the twisted wires connection wires can be only through fusing, welding, screw or bolt binding posts and terminals.

To hide and conceal the junction (connection) box.

And a few preliminary recommendations:

Before installation, draw on the walls with a pencil the main roads of the cables (on the level) and mark the points of the equipment, fixtures, switches, sockets.

The scheme of an electric network will save paper in case you have to do repairs in the future. published


P. S. And remember, only by changing their consumption — together we change the world! ©

Source: skrynka-pandory.blogspot.com/2017/02/blog-post_767.html


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