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Hoping There Is An Electrician Here

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#1 Klinkaroo


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Posted 03 December 2006 - 12:44 PM

I was wondering can anyone point me to some kind of tutorial our instruction page on how to make an electrical distro.

This will be used for LAN Parties. We have a big 120V, 50 amp (If I remember correctly, it could be more) line and we have to downgrade this to a bunch of 15 amp circuits to run to all the tables ect...

We we're hoping we could save some money by building it ourselves...

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#2 MaraM


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Posted 04 December 2006 - 12:11 AM

Hi Klinkaroo,

I honestly don't know anything about electrical distro - but the below site is one I sometimes use because it has great tutorials and it's totally free.

If you scroll down to one that says, "Feee Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Electronics" it may be helpful - and if not, perhaps there is a more applicable tutorial waiting there?


Good luck and sorry I couldn't be more help,

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