dedicated circuit

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dedicated circuit

An electric circuit that serves only one appliance (e.g., a dishwasher) or a series of electric heaters or smoke detectors.It is an important point of lease negotiations to agree upon the number and size, in amps, of dedicated circuits to be provided to a tenant. Most leases of large and modern office buildings contain restrictions on the electrical load a tenant can place upon the building.

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