NiCr- CuNi(Constantan) thermocouple (Type E) A quality

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NiCr-NiSi (Type K) thermocouple finds the widest use in all basemetal thermocouple, at temperature above 500℃。The main chemical composition of  positive leg NiCr (KP) are Ni≈90% and Cr≈10%; negative leg NiSi (KN) are Ni≈97% and Cr≈3%. The operating temperature range is -200~1300℃(for short term) and 0~1100℃( for long term)。

Type K thermocouple has strong resistance to oxidation than other base metal thermocouples. It has high EMF against Platinum 67, excellent temperature accuracy, sensitivity and stability, with a low cost. It is recommended for oxidizing or inert atmospheres, but cannot be used directly in the following cases:
(1) Alternatively oxidizing and reducing atmosphere,
(2) Atmosphere with sulphur gases 
(3) Long time in vacuum
(4) Low oxidizing atmosphere such as hydrogen and carbon monoxide atmosphere

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I would use 14/2 with ground. If not to much trouble I would use 12/2 with ground in the kitchen,this is for all the receptacles. I would use 14/2 with ground for all the lighting.
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I am supposing the switch is a '3-way', or SPDT. In which case the other switch would be similar. Power goes to one of the two, but not the other. You will need to re-wire both switches. The switch that gets the power needs to send (unswitched) power to the other switch. A wire coming from the light will need to be connected to neutral.
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Your going to have to wire into the fuse box or into a wire that shuts off when you shut the ignition off.
Q:electrician / electrical wiring question / wire connectors?
In my opinion, these things Quik-Conns, are trouble. The safest, best way out of this is to call a pro. The reason why is that the NEC does not allow a GFCI receptacle on with a lighting circuit. If you have a stack switch/GFCI receptacle, you will notice that there wires coming from the switch part while the GFCI has screw terminals. This is so they shall be kept separate. Good luck in all you do and may God bless. EDIT: The only acceptable way to remove wires from them is to cut them loose. If you pull, tug or jerk them out, you will actually loosen the tabs that make contact, thus causing a loose connection which leads to them overheating. Heat cause fire. Get the point? If you have to do this, Cut them. Strip 1-1/4 of insulation off of the four existing wires and 1 pig-tail. Twist all 5 wires together, cutting off the excess. Install a Big Blue wire-nut. I advise against doing it this way, as it will not meet the National Electrical Code, and insurance companies look for ANYTHING to deny a claim.
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Normally the earth wire carries small current leakages only. However in some accidents like electric motor failurs in a refrigerator or in other big motors in the factory,higher currents may leak. Therefore, the ground wires are wired one size smaller than the normal wire used for the electrical equipment to avoid burning of wire insulation.
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Three-phase power supply? Or single-phase power supply? Single-phase power supply can take 2.5mm2 copper wire, three-phase power supply, then you can take a little smaller, 1.5MM2 enough
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It could mess things up. If you are not familiar with how they are installed, I would take it to someone who can remove it for you.

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