I made myself a chart to refer to, just throwing it out there for one of you to look over and say, I am understanding the process correctly or not.
Please explain to us exactly why a home inspector would have need for such a chart?
Plenty available with simple Internet search.
What are you trying to get at with your Resistance question at the bottom?
I can imagine no situation where a home inspector would need “your” chart
I am wondering the same thing!
Next thing would be a chart to calculate snow load?
Conceptually, this is what you need to understand.
From a practical perspective as a home inspector, you generally don’t need to go too much past being able to convert amps at a given voltage to watts or kW to check breaker & conductor sizing for electrical resistance appliances such as electric water heaters and ovens.
While all knowledge is valuable, you don’t have a practical need for that chart in your day to day professional life as a home inspector.
That chart shows up in our internachi training courses, i tend to file clippings and notations for future references . Is it needed during a home inspection? good question. So i saved it when i saw it, and added some notes to help me remember in case i ever did need it.
There’s an app for that…