Re: [midatlanticretro] Help needed -- determining MARCH electrical requirements
- Evan Koblentz <evan@...> writes:
> InfoAge has a new volunteer, Martin, who Fred/Steve entrusted withI did this back in the day for big installations for the US DoD. You can
>running the electricity for all H-building museum spaces. Martin works
>for Siemens and does such things professionally for Robert Wood Johnson
>hospital here in central NJ. He is requesting MARCH's electrical
>requirements in document form.
>To be clear: I do NOT want this to be an on-list discussion. I'm simply
>asking if anyone here really knows this stuff, and if said volunteers
>are willing to help me give Martin some figures offline.
>So, whoever can help, please let me know. Again, the actual decisions
>are not a list topic.
>Thanks in advance. :)
get most of the requirements by just knowing the NEMA connections of the
various bits of kit to be installed. IMO, that's where you should start.