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Problems with electricity in the car
Electrical services are increasingly concerned electricity car. As it turns out, more and more modern cars are even drugged technical solutions in the field of electrical and electronics and even a minor fault causes that need to enlist the help of a specialist in this field. Different types of probes and controls in cars are very important indicators that allow the user to monitor the level of a suitable fluid and the overall control of the car. In case of failure may occur up to a serious fault, because electrical services increasingly possible to repair in this area.
Electrical systems allowing to monitor car parking
Actually, more rarely we encounter a situation where the parking lot waiting for us the person collecting the fee for parking and issuing the appropriate tickets. Commonly used are now automated systems that allow you to dispense with the employment service in the parking lot. Customers themselves, usually using the touch panel choose certain options standstill. After driving into the parking traveled with him it is possible only upon payment of the appropriate fees and scanned the ticket. Parking systems are designed so that the most common problems that may arise during their lifetime the irregularities in the electricity and then the appropriate repair must address electrician.
Look back - electricians and their wires
The first interior power wiring systems used conductors that were bare or covered with cloth, which were secured by staples to the framing of the building or on running boards. Where conductors went through walls, they were protected with cloth tape. Splices were done similarly to telegraph connections, and soldered for security. Underground conductors were insulated with wrappings of cloth tape soaked in pitch, and laid in wooden troughs which were then buried. Such wiring systems were unsatisfactory because of the danger of electrocution and fire, plus the high labour cost for such installations.