AC WIRING TO HOUSE
Alternating Current (AC) Home Wiring by Ron Kurtus
Home WiringWall OutletsSafetySummaryQuestions and CommentsShare This PageStudents and ResearchersTypically, homes in North America receive 240 volts of AC electricity. Certain high-power devices, such as an electric stove, use the full 240 volts. The rest of the outlets in the house use 120 volts.See more on school-for-champions
Wiring Basics for Alternating Current | DoItYourself
IntroductionOperationTypesPreparationHaving a basic knowledge of AC wiring can help with every instance of home electrical installation. AC stands for alternating current. As opposed to DC or direct current, AC is the kind of electrical power supplied to homes and other buildings (while DC power is primarily used as electrical energy). Most commonly found in batteries, electrical energy has a wide range of applications. AC wiring, however, must be understood in order to power your home. As always, when working with electrical circuits and See more on doityourself
Home Wiring Basics That You Should Know
Residential electrical wiring systems start with the utility's power lines and equipment that provide power to the home, known collectively as the service entrance. The power is run through an electric meter, which records how much energy is used in the home and is the basis for the monthly electric bill.
Wiring Examples and Instructions
Wiring Examples and Instructions, Basic House wiring instructions, How to wire 2-way, 3-way and 4-way switches. Wiring examples and instructions.
House Wiring for Beginners - DIYWiki
House Wiring for Beginners gives an overview of a typical basic domestic mains wiring system, then discusses or links to the common options and extras. Further information on options is available in the Rewiring Tips article.