Yes, power has to be in conduit and frankly I prefer it that way.  No
chance of accidentally driving a nail through a wire when hanging
something on the wall.  Low voltage cabling (Ethernet, phone, etc.),
though, can be strung pretty much at will.

Much of Chicagoland is like that.

The other issue, of course, is if your local gov't has restrictions on
who can actually do the work - licensing requirements and whatnot that
usually wind up with you needing a (more) expensive contractor and not
being able to do it yourself.


John A. Jones, CISSP
Americas Information Security Officer
Jones Lang LaSalle, Inc.
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[mailto:pctech-bounces+john.jones=am.jll.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Walden H. Leverich
Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2006 11:12 AM
To: PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users
Subject: Re: [PCTECH] Home office design

Power, for instance, will most likely have to be in conduit.

John, remind me never to move where you live! Your code requires normal
120V wires to be in conduit? Ouch!

-Walden

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