Dedicated 120v Circuit | Dedicated 220v Circuits





 



SEC WILL BEAT ANY LICENSED COMPETITOR'S BID BY 5% PRIOR TO CONTRACT
 

DEDICATED CIRCUIT




• Dedicated Circuits

For the purpose of home safety, medium and heavy duty appliances must have their own circuit which is called a dedicated circuit. Within the circuit breaker box or fuse box in your home, there are several divisions. Each section of your home or business has a separate section with a separate circuit breaker or fuse for protection.

There are 2 types of circuits, Single-pole, 120v circuits, and 2-pole, 220v circuits. The heavier circuits require extra protection and typically use 2-pole, 220v circuit breakers, because heavy duty appliances like dryers, ovens and A.C.'s use 220v power. There are some common areas like the kitchen counter top, the heating and air-conditioning units and the bathrooms which need dedicated circuits. All heavy, medium and light appliances used in the kitchen and bathroom require dedicated circuits. These would include the electric range, oven, counter-top appliance outlets, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, disposal, clothes washer, water pump, and whirlpool sauna unit.

The term "dedicated circuit" is used in several different ways. Most commonly, it is used in reference to a phone or data line, or to an electrical circuit. In both cases, the idea is that it is a circuit set aside for a specific purpose, often with the implication that the use is either sensitive in nature or highly demanding, making it necessary to isolate the circuit used. Such circuits require some extra attention and care during the installation phase so that they are installed properly given the use they are intended for.

In electrical wiring, a dedicated circuit is set up with its own circuit breaker and intended for a single use. In some cases, a receptacle may be wired to it so that it can be connected to an appliance such as a stove or a refrigerator. In other cases, an appliance can be wired directly into the circuit, as is commonly seen with electrical water heaters.

This type of circuit is designed to ensure that it will not be overloaded by the appliance that draws power from it. Electrical appliances can use a great deal of energy, and running multiple appliances on the same circuit or loading several smaller items onto a circuit used to power an appliance can be dangerous. For example, if a stove and a hair dryer are powered on the same circuit, the circuit will probably blow because of the high energy demand. By dedicating a circuit, the supply of power will not be interrupted and operating conditions will remain safe.

Phone companies use dedicated circuits, also known as leased lines, to provide a direct hard connection for a specific purpose. Leased lines are often used for data lines, and some boast very high transfer rates because they are not used for anything else. This type of circuit can also be used for a phone line. It may be structured into the design of a phone exchange, or established in the form of a direct wired connection between two points.

This type of dedicated circuit can be quite costly for consumers, as it is costly for the phone company to operate. As a result, they are primarily used by large businesses, research facilities, and institutions that need secure or dedicated lines to operate. It is also possible to have multiple leased lines, as several may be needed for a large institution handling a very heavy load.

An electrical network is an interconnection of electrical components (e.g. batteries, resistors, inductors, capacitors, switches) or a model of such an interconnection, consisting of electrical elements (e.g. voltage sources, current sources, resistances, inductances, capacitances). An electrical circuit is a network consisting of a closed loop, giving a return path for the current. Linear electrical networks, a special type consisting only of sources (voltage or current), linear lumped elements (resistors, capacitors, inductors), and linear distributed elements (transmission lines), have the property that signals are linearly super imposable. They are thus more easily analyzed, using powerful frequency domain methods such as Laplace transforms, to determine DC response, AC response, and transient response.

To have any of your questions you may have answered by one of the professionals at SafeSide Electrical Contractor, be sure to visit them, serving all of Sacramento and surrounding areas.

resistive circuit is a circuit containing only resistors and ideal current and voltage sources. Analysis of resistive circuits is less complicated than analysis of circuits containing capacitors and inductors. If the sources are constant (DC) sources, the result is a DC circuit.

A network that contains active electronic components is known as an electronic circuit. Such networks are generally nonlinear and require more complex design and analysis tools.

For the purpose of home safety, medium and heavy duty appliances must have their own circuit which is called a dedicated circuit. Within the circuit breaker box or fuse box in your home, there are several divisions. Each section of your home or business has a separate section with a separate circuit breaker or fuse for protection. There are 2 types of circuits, Single-pole, 120v circuits, and 2-pole, 220v circuits. The heavier circuits require extra protection and typically use 2-pole, 220v circuit breakers, because heavy duty appliances like dryers, ovens and A.C.s use 220v power. There are some common areas like the kitchen counter top, the heating and air-conditioning units and the bathrooms which need dedicated circuits. All heavy, medium and light appliances used in the kitchen and bathroom require dedicated circuits. These would include the electric range, oven, counter-top appliance outlets, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, disposal, clothes washer, water pump, and whirlpool sauna unit.

The term dedicated circuit is used in several different ways. Most commonly, it is used in reference to a phone or data line, or to an electrical circuit. In both cases, the idea is that it is a circuit set aside for a specific purpose, often with the implication that the use is either sensitive in nature or highly demanding, making it necessary to isolate the circuit used. Such circuits require some extra attention and care during the installation phase so that they are installed properly given the use they are intended for.

In electrical wiring, a dedicated circuit is set up with its own circuit breaker and intended for a single use. In some cases, a receptacle may be wired to it so that it can be connected to an appliance such as a stove or a refrigerator. In other cases, an appliance can be wired directly into the circuit, as is commonly seen with electrical water heaters.

This type of circuit is designed to ensure that it will not be overloaded by the appliance that draws power from it. Electrical appliances can use a great deal of energy, and running multiple appliances on the same circuit or loading several smaller items onto a circuit used to power an appliance can be dangerous. For example, if a stove and a hair dryer are powered on the same circuit, the circuit will probably blow because of the high energy demand. By dedicating a circuit, the supply of power will not be interrupted and operating conditions will remain safe.

Phone companies use dedicated circuits, also known as leased lines, to provide a direct hard connection for a specific purpose. Leased lines are often used for data lines, and some boast very high transfer rates because they are not used for anything else. This type of circuit can also be used for a phone line. It may be structured into the design of a phone exchange, or established in the form of a direct wired connection between two points.

This type of dedicated circuit can be quite costly for consumers, as it is costly for the phone company to operate. As a result, they are primarily used by large businesses, research facilities, and institutions that need secure or dedicated lines to operate. It is also possible to have multiple leased lines, as several may be needed for a large institution handling a very heavy load.

                 


         
         
         
         

You're on the safe side with SafeSide Electrical Contractor

 










LED Recessed Can







Panel Upgrade







SubPanel Upgrade







Panel Change







Generator Installation

ELECTRICIAN SERVICES

Commercial | Industrial Electric

  •     Tenant Improvement T.I.
  •     LED Lighting & Retrofit
  •     Ballast Replacement
  •     Buiding & Lot Lighting
  •     Commercial Solar Installation
  •     Dedicated Circuits
  •     Transformer | Switch Gear
  •     Equipment Disconnect
  • Residential Electrical

  •     Electrical Panel Upgrade
  •     Recessed Can Lighting
  •     LED Lighting & Retrofit
  •     Residential Solar Contractor
  •     Dedicated Circuit
  •     Ceiling Fan | Attic Fan
  •     Spa | Hot Tub Disconnect
  •     Generator Back Up
  • Low Voltage Electric

  •     Home Theater Design
  •     Audio | Visual | Surround
  •     TV Mount | Cable Concealment
  •     Security Alarm | Camera CCTV
  •     Voice & Data Wiring
  •     Telehone & Ethernet Cabling
  •     Access & Intercom
  •     Phone & Network Expansion









  • Electrician References
    Electrician References













    Licensed Electrician
    Verify Our License








    Electrician Hours










    Electrician Discount
    Military Discount













    Electrician Discount
    Senior Discount