Question about Carrier 36KCARMS Air Conditioner
I have one project of hotel electrification i wat to know some electrical data
A lot of your questions also have distance that need to be factored in. Copper is way better than aluminum. but in large wires it may be too expensive, also some suppliers only carry aluminum in the largest sizes. If you are doing a lot of electrical, then you need to learn "ohms law." Also most appliances have the amp load printed on them on the I.D. label.
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