Electric Bass Lines No. 2 by Carol Kaye

By Carol Kaye

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Special stablilizers added during manufacture help to retard this degradation at high temperatures. However, it is recommen­ ded in the IEE Regulations that PVC-sheathed cables or thermo­ plastic fittings for luminaires (light fittings) should not be installed where the temperature is likely to rise above 60°C. Cables in­ sulated with high-temperature PVC (up to 80°C) should be used for drops to landholders and entries into batten-holders. PVC conduit and trunking should not be used in temperatures above 60°C.

Cable construction A cable comprises one or more conductors each covered with an insulating material. This insulation provides protection from 37 The IEE Wiring Regulations shock by 'direct contact and prevents the passage of leakage currents between conductors. Clearly, insulation is very important and in itself should be protected from damage. This may be achieved by covering the insulated conductors with a protective sheathing during manu­ facture, or by enclosing them in conduit or trunking at the instal­ lation stage.

5 mm2? 261 ohms? 5 mm2 CPC, what is the external loop impedance? 5 ohms? 5 mm2 CPC. The run is some 25 m and the external loop impedance of the TNS system is not known. Is there a shock risk, and if so how could it be rectified? 34 THREE Protection [Relevant IEE parts, chapters and sections Part 4; Chapters 4 1 , 4 2 , 4 3 , 4 5 . Section 4 7 1 , 4 7 3 , 514, 522, 5 4 3 , 547] Definitions used in this chapter Arm's reach A zone of accessibility to touch, extending from any point on a surface where persons usually stand or move about, to the limits which a person can reach with his hand in any direction without assistance.

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