[mythtv-users] OT: Wiring a new construction home for A/V, Ethernet, etc
mythtv.org at sethdaniel.org
Mon Dec 1 22:00:53 UTC 2008
On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 02:56:21PM -0700, Brian Wood wrote:
> On Monday 01 December 2008 14:53:24 Steven Adeff wrote:
> > Good advice, as a note, don't have more than 360deg worth of bends in
> > the conduit, it makes pulling cable a PITA, and technically it's
> > against code.
> Ah, CODE, that's the word I was waiting for on this thread.
> The codes also specify just how full you can stuff the conduit.
> Also, make sure you do not try and mix high voltage and low voltage cables in
> the same pipe.
> The codes specify how the concuit is to be attached to the structure, what
> type of conduit to use (rigid, semi-rigid, and various other types).
For the complete novice where can one find this code? I assume we're
talking about some kind of national (US) organization that writes this
code. Are local codes typically more restrictive? Is there a site that
points out differences between local codes and any 'national' code? Or
how about a site that directs you to a document (or documents) that
describe local codes?
seth /\ sethdaniel.org
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