A mini pendant is a small light fixture, that hangs from the ceiling, often from a long pole. Mini pendants are often found in a kitchen or bathroom.
By properly sizing the vent by fixture units and developed lengh and pitching it up from the fixture it serves
I do not know of a specific code in the United States. However, a flourescent fixture should be covered if breaking a bulb would create serious problems, such as in a kitchen, a place where children play, etc. In lieu of covering the whole fixture they manufacture tubes that cover the bulbs themselves for the same purpose.
That would depend on local codes... I fiqure 2 fixture units and even if the code allow the use of 11/2" diameter pipe I always use 2" MIN.
well kitchen sinks are set at 2 fixture units and on a 2" drain you can have 4 because horizontal 2" line can have 8 fixtures units and 2" vertical can have 16 fixture units.
If the drain is used as a wet vent for another fixture 2". Otherwise 1.5".
The bulb wattage is too high or insulation is too close to can fixture causing it to overheat tripping the safety relay. As the fixture cools off the bulb comes back on.
Forecast lighting is a good fixture to cast light over a specific area. For example, placing it over a kitchen table will cast light directly onto your area.
Of course as water seeks its own level thus the toilet is NOT effected by a fixture above it
If the fluorescent tubes work in a different fixture then the ballast may be defective.
When it becomes permanently affixed to the real estate such as kitchen cabinets, built-in appliances, doors, water heaters, furnaces, etc.
Hot water tank, hose bibb, kitchen sink, toilet, bathroom vanity sink and a tub/shower.