== == There is not enough information given to properly answer this question. We need to know the voltage for the heater. We can then apply ohm's law to find the amperage to find wire size. If the circuit is 120 volts then 1500 watts / 120 volts = 12.5 amps. The National Electric Code requires elecric heating circuits to be considered a continuous load so you must increase the required circuit by 25%. In other words 12.5 amps x 125% =15.625 amps. This would require a 20 amp / 120 volt circuit using #12 copper wire. If the heater requires 240 volts the formula for calculation is the same with a circuit requirement of 15 amps / 240 volts using #14 copper conductor.
I HAVE A SMALL ELECTRIC CLOCK MOTOR THAT I NEED TO REVERSE. WHAT IS THE CIRCUIT I NEED TO REVERSE IT?
No, you only need gas for a gas water heater.
Did you reset the GFCI? Any outlet attached to the GFCI's load (output) will not work if the GFCI has no power/is inoperable.The water heater could have a neutral-to-ground short, a type of fault which would be not have shown up on a circuit having no GFCI. That would be a good reason to scrap the water heater if it cannot be fixed! Anyway the best advice is to call in an electrician to run a separate circuit for your water heater.Take the water heater off of that circuit! Nothing else should be on that circuit, and call a electrician to run a separate circuit for your water heater!!! 1500watts divided by 120 volts is 12.5 amps.Always be sure to switch off the breakers at the main panel before you attempt to do any work on any mains power circuit.
If I understand the question, you would need a plumber to run a gas line for Natural gas (or setup a propane tank). If you used an electric heater, they would need to get some more electric to the existing box (another 220 circuit). You would also need a concrete pad put in the ground to support the heater. Ideally, this would be part of your installation process, just make sure you get any necessary inspections for new gas or electric lines.
It's just a fact of life, you need a closed circuit to carry a current.
Electric circuit need a main circuit breaker that can protect the whole circuit from short circuit even in ground fault. It's safer if you use breaker with built in ground protection.
Electric garage heaters come in several sizes. A 1500 Watt 120 volt plug in heater would need a 15 amp circuit with 14 gauge wire for temporary use. A 5000 watt 240 volt heater would need a dedicated 25 amp circuit breaker and a 10 gauge wire. Every home is different and this is intended as a general reference only. Seek competent professional advice for your specific application.
I think you need to do some checking, A GAS water heater does not normally need electrical service that large- an ELECTRIC water heater will. So- just what do you have- gas or electric?
The function of a capacitor or an electric circuit is to store energy. It keeps this energy stored until it is need for release at a later time.
Turn off electric to water heater, depending on style, gas water heater may need electric turned off to it also. Turn off gas for gas water heater. If unfamiliar with removing and installing water heater, call a plumber.
No, you need ultra violet radiation to tan or burn.
There are at least 3 main parts required for every electric circuit. You need a power source, a conducting path, and a load.
If the primary power source is gas you can. If it is a 100% electric dryer it need a dedicated circuit. If the primary power source is gas you can. If it is a 100% electric dryer it need a dedicated circuit.
you will need a yellow, blue, green, red and black circuit wires you also need a power supply a bulb holder and a switch.
The part that generates heat... depending if it is a gas / electric heater
You don't need to. A heater is a resistive load, and resistance is not affected by frequency.
A standard domestic water heater in a house, apartment, etc will need 220 Volts AC. They have two heating elements upper and lower and each is 110 VAC hence the 220 Volt supply. Make sure it has a dedicated circuit and a disconnect on the wall above and beside water heater.
Some electrical machines work on the principle of electromagnetic induction. For such events to occur, we need inductor due to which reactive power flows in the circuit. Since, this power is due to the energy storing elements in the circuit like inductor and capacitor. That is why, we need reactive power in a electric circuit.
It's very easy to draw an electric circuit in Microsoft Word. You just need to open up the graphics menu from the top, and you'll get access to the drawing tools for circuit drawing.
In order to have the electricity or the flow or electrons going around the circuit, the circuit must be closed. If it is not closed then electrons cannot flow.
ALL electric heaters tend to use a lot of energy. You will need to look at the wattage for the heater in question. Despite some of the ads for different electric heaters, most have similar efficency.
You need a complete circuit of conducting material and a source of e.m.f.
30 amp 220v circuit requires #10 wire
She invented the electric water heater. Notice I didn't say hot water heater. Hot water doesn't need to be heated.
The engine has to be running and warmed up for the heater to produce hot air. So yes, you need gasoline to get heat from your car (unless you have an electric car).