Discussion in 'Amateur Radio Amplifiers' started by KA4KOE, Mar 31, 2014.
For CW or otherwise??
My code book was written by the inventor, Morris the cat.
He has a great paw.
What do you call it? Armored cable?
Neutral bonding rules
If you have a sub panel connected to your main panel with the wattmeter, etc. you need to have the fourth wire, green ground, to the ground bar in the sub panel, NO BOND to the neutral, ground loop guaranteed if you do. If your shack is a separate building, then the panel has in addition to the fourth wire, a separate ground rod for this panel installed, still NO BOND to the neutral.
This arrangement has been standard for many years, and has been interpreted even longer. The current NEC calls for things as I have described. A word about the NEC and any kind of interpretation. The code only changes when someone has gotten hurt or worse due to a fault they found in a particular installation. Rick Shoop AG6KL, Electrical Contractor CA cont #842202
Outlet went in great. No issues. Amp is very happy with 240V.
a friend says to me,"real radios glow in the dark".
bx??no more,ill do romex but i hate bx!!
The correct designation is NM cable, or non-metallic sheathed cable.