I'm in the process of reqiring the low-voltage stuff in the house
(phone, data, video). I've got a request from SWMBO to place a phone
near the bathtub. Does anyone know how close I'm allowed to put it by
code, or does it matter?
It's not a good idea. If SWMBO wants to talk on the phone while she's in the
bath, get her a cell phone.
Doug Miller (alphageek at milmac dot com)
How come we choose from just two people to run for president and 50 for Miss
I thought the ringer was 90 volts, but it could be 40 to 150 VAC according
to a quick google search for "telephone ringer voltage"
So a wireless portable would be the best option for a bathroom.
David Efflandt - All spam ignored http://www.de-srv.com /
The ringing signal is usually 90 volts AC 20Hz. superimposed on
about -40 volts DC. Of course, loop length and number and type
of ringers can affect the measurement at any particular phone
in a house.
David Efflandt wrote:
So If enough juice is there ,( Besides a bad shock ) even though
its small load wire, why couldnt anyone Steal the juice to power
chargers , inverters etc . How much could you get ,,,, kwh. @ 48 V
per month. Free juice ?? You already Paid
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