Typical wattages of Various Appliances
Electrical Service and Repair for Earthquake Damage Orange County, CA Fullerton, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Yorba Linda, Brea, Garden Grove, Irvine, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Placentia, Tustin, Lake Forest, Costa Mesa, Buena Park, Mission Viejo, Fountain
Safety is very important to all of us here at Izing Electric Inc. We wish well for all families, friends, and neighbors involved in the earthquakes here in Southern California recently in 2014. Please, call professionals for electrical system service and repair to prevent safety from electrical shock. Hopefully, there was not too much damage this time. However, now is a good time to prepare and be ready for the next circumstance. Please call/text/email our 24/7 professional hotline for any questions, safety tips, inspection, service or maintenance.
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Here are a few tips to analyze the safety of your electrical system and lighting system, equipment, machines, computers and more:
11 Tips: Electrical Safety Check List
Step 1: Call the professional hotline for, Izing Electric Inc. 714-315-9282, to guide you through a safety check-list for your electrical or lighting system, or request an inspection. If it is an emergency call 911 immediately. LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENT DATA BASE ORANGE COUNTY,CA
Step 2: Check to make sure all emergency exits are clear for safe access.
Step 3: Check for exposed wiring: Call the professional electricians at Izing Electric Inc. for a safety service call (714) 315-9282
Step 4: Check emergency exit lights and battery back-ups for proper illumination to exit the building.
Step 5: (Do Not Touch Questionable Conditions) Check by viewing with a safe distance; the integrity of conduit, raceways, connections, and supports for all of the electrical system and lighting system. If anything is loose or unsecured, please call (714) 315-9282 for maintenance. Izing Electric Inc. the Orange County, CA Electrician.
Step 6: Test all GFCI receptacles (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) Test all AFCI receptacles (Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter) for proper reset function and power.
Step 7: Check all lights or lamps for the proper wattage specified by the fixture.
Step 8: Eliminate extension cords in across doorways, under carpet, or on walk ways to prevent falling down or knocking down equipment with the cord.
Step 9: Clear a 36" (3 feet) clearance in-front of and around all electrical panels, safety disconnect switches, and electrical shut-off equipment. Create a clear access to the main meter panel, main switchboard, and emergency shut-off.
Step 10: Create an emergency plan with employees and inform them about safety procedures and electrical precaution. Locate all electrical system safety shut-offs. Label or "Tag" equipment's circuit breaker and emergency shut-off. Label all panels and circuit breakers.
Step 11: Check all parking lot and outdoor lights for proper "daylight savings" timer or photo control operation and check for proper lamps or lights.
Call Izing Electric Inc. for questions, safety tips, inspection, service, or maintenance. (714) 315-9282
Electrical Safety from OSHA Safety Tips from NFPA
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- CPU (awake / asleep) = 120/30W or less
- Monitor (awake / asleep) = 150/30W or less
- Laptop = 50W
- 19 "= 65-110W
- 27 "= 113W
- 36 "= 133W
- 53 "-61" Projection = 170W
- Flatscreen = 120W