Fully Enclosed Shower Cubicle Power Supply. - Discussion Topic

We did one of these a while back. The flex was not long enough to connect to the FCU directly (which should not be in the bathroom, even if it's outside the 'zones' its better to have it outside the area because of steam etc. A waterproof maintenance free box can be used to extend the flex (we used a wiska box, glands, and crimp connectors under the floor). Be certain it's RCD protected, many of them come with an RCD plug or an RCD in the flex... this will need to be removed, as once fitted properly it's inaccessible if it trips. If you have access to the room backing onto the shower cubicle, you may find the flex is long enough, in which case feeding it through the wall yourself is possible. If you have to go down the route of extending the flex, the sparky will at least want to inspect the join, and probably make them themselves. Leaving a panel off is an option here.

1. Do guitars need different amp connectors?

well any guitar will hook up with a standard amp cable(not sure of the exact dimension). and is the acoustic an acoustic electric because unless it has electrical parts and an amp jack your going to need a mic to amplify it

2. Are 240 Volt double pole breaker connectors different on some?

You dont think one of the brass screws fell off do you

3. Why do my water heater copper flex pipe connectors have a cancer warning???

Copper pipe is usually soldered somewhere. Solder contains a minuscule amount of lead. California is paranoid about contaminates and lead in HUGE doses does cause cancer and birth defects as well as learning disabilities.

4. How I connect a camcorder's firewire to a MacBook Pro?

there are maximum of firewire cables obtainable for Canon camcorder,few of them are as follows, - CANON CV-250F Firewire Cable for camcorder(s) All digital proucts with FireWire IEEE1394(i.link) port Camcorder cables and connectors Camcorder upload-ons. - Belkin IEEE 1394 FireWire Cable (4-pin/4-pin) a million. 8m - Belkin Firewire Cable 800 etc.

5. What are those crimp connectors called that fold over the two wires?

I am assuming that you are talking about a crimp ring. Not very common. If you are planning to solder a connection, the wires generally are not crimped first. For smaller wires, there are some specific twisting techniques to give the finished connection better strength. For larger wires just flaring the wires so that they mix a bit and then twisting them gives enough surface area for the solder to have strength. Consider a dual layer shrink tube. The inner layer is a hot melt glue that really locks the shrink tube to the wires and makes it water proof. Actually, crimp butt splice connectors are better than most solder jobs, and with a decent crimper they are much faster to do. You can also get them with the dual layer shrink insulation. The fold over "insulation displacement" splices that use metal forks to cut through the insulation are good enough for most non stressed uses but not as good as the crimp splices or soldering. They are also not as "clean" looking for the final job.

6. How to Use a Multimeter to Test Your Power Supply

Testing a power supply manually with a multimeter is one of two ways to test a power supply in a computer. A properly executed PSU test using a multimeter should confirm that the power supply is in good working order or if it should be replaced. These instructions apply to a standard ATX power supply. Almost all modern consumer power supplies are ATX power supplies. Open your computer's case. In short, this involves turning off the computer, removing the power cable, and unplugging anything else connected to the outside of your computer. To make testing your power supply easier, you should also move your disconnected and open computer case somewhere easy to work like on a table or other flat, non-static surface. Group all of the power cables and connectors together for easy testing. As you are organizing the power cables, we highly recommend rerouting them and pulling them as far away from the computer case as possible. This will make it as easy as possible to test the power supply connections. Short out pins 15 and 16 on the 24-pin motherboard power connector with a small piece of wire. You will probably need to take a look at the ATX 24-pin 12V Power Supply Pinout table to determine the locations of these two pins. Plug the PSU into a live outlet and flip the switch on the back of the power supply. Assuming that the power supply is at least minimally functional and that you've properly shorted the pins in Step 5, you should hear the fan begin to run. Some power supplies do not have a switch on the back of the unit. If the PSU you are testing does not , the fan should begin to run immediately after plugging the unit into the wall. Just because the fan is running does not mean that your power supply is supplying power to your devices properly. You will need to continue testing to confirm that. Connect the negative probe on the multimeter (black) to any ground wired pin and connect the positive probe (red) to the first power line you want to test. The 24-pin main power connector has 3.3 VDC, 5 VDC, -5 VDC (optional), 12 VDC, and -12 VDC lines across multiple pins. You will need to reference the ATX 24-pin 12V Power Supply Pinout for the locations of these pins. We recommend testing every pin on the 24-pin connector that carries a voltage. This will confirm that each line is supplying the proper voltage and that each pin is properly terminated. Document the number that the multimeter shows for each voltage tested and confirm that the reported voltage is within approved tolerance. You can reference power supply voltage tolerances for a list of proper ranges for each voltage. Are any voltages outside the approved tolerance? If yes, replace the power supply. If all voltages are within tolerance, your power supply is not defective. If your power supply passes your tests, it's highly recommended that you continue testing to confirm that it can operate properly under a load. If you are not interested in testing your PSU further, skip to Step 15. Plug in your power supply, flip the switch on the back if you have one, and then turn on your computer as you normally do with the power switch on the front of the PC. Yes, you will be running your computer with the case cover removed, which is perfectly safe as long as you are careful. It's not common, but if your PC does not turn on with the cover removed, you may have to move the appropriate jumper on the motherboard to allow this. Your computer or motherboard manual should explain how to do this. Repeat Step 9 and Step 10, testing and documenting the voltages for other power connectors like the 4-pin peripheral power connector, the 15-pin SATA power connector, and the 4-pin floppy power connector. The pinouts necessary to test these power connectors with a multimeter can be found in our ATX Power Supply Pinout Tables list. Just as with the 24-pin motherboard power connector, if any voltages fall too far outside the listed voltage, you should replace the power supply.

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