How to Make an Electricity Connection in Your Home

If you live in electricity connect and want to use electricity in your home, you’ll need a connection to the grid. You can arrange this with your network operator (ORES, RESA or Sibelga), either by telephone or online. You’ll also need an electrician to carry out the connection work.

Electricity connection

The electricity that powers your lights and appliances comes from long distances via high-voltage lines. Towers carrying these wires and power poles abound in every city and town. But how does it get from these giant generators to your light bulbs?

A basic alternating current system sends electrons across the nation, and around the world. The power station moves these positive and negative charges toward your house on one wire, and the electrons move through a light bulb and back to the power station on another.

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You need an electrical tap for the battery terminals that connect to your wire. This could be as simple as a plastic extendable connector that plugs into the existing terminals and has several fuse-protected places to add a wire. Or you might have a “show-quality” device with big, pretty fuses that mount next to the battery.

Make sure you use a heat shrink tube over the soldered connections and the wire insulations to neaten up the installation. Be careful not to slip the heat shrink too close to where you’re soldering, as it will preshrink and be hard to manage later on. Then, when you’re done, run a 12V ground and a power wire to your device(s). Be aware that when devices first start up they draw a lot more current than they normally do. You may need to double your expected amperage needs to accommodate this initial “spike.”

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