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  1. Thread: SE ?

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    No, quite common.

    No, quite common.
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    Herding cats is easier than keeping some thread...

    Herding cats is easier than keeping some thread on track...:D
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    So, in short-it’s a dwelling unit.....

    So, in short-it’s a dwelling unit.....
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    Not a problem, no one said you have to. My view...

    Not a problem, no one said you have to. My view is different from your’s also, but we somewhat agree I think.
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    Wow, that was from left field and took me by...

    Wow, that was from left field and took me by surprise. Gotta think about that viewpoint...
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    Agree, you got me on this once.:slaphead:

    Agree, you got me on this once.:slaphead:
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    Larry, my comment was not directly pointing at...

    Larry, my comment was not directly pointing at you, I was teasing.

    I say pipe all the time.
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    I had no idea one could place conductors in...

    I had no idea one could place conductors in pipes?

    Code reference please?8-)

    Are you people referring to particular raceways....
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    I am getting tired... Jumping to conclusions,...

    I am getting tired...

    Jumping to conclusions, grasping at straws, running in circles, and chasing my tail is wearing me out.:D

    OPs info is minimal at best.
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    Compare costs, that one run of 3/0 may be cheaper.

    Compare costs, that one run of 3/0 may be cheaper.
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    So, what is the problem with adding say some...

    So, what is the problem with adding say some simplex 15A recs on a individual 120V 15A circuits to a countertop that is 210.52 legal with the required 2 SABC circuits?
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    Before this change I actually got into an...

    Before this change I actually got into an argument with a HI about adding a individual circuit of a 120V 15A to an existing, up to code, circuit for a window AC in the dining room.

    I said no.

    I...
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    Am I meeting code if I install 2 SABCs, use one...

    Am I meeting code if I install 2 SABCs, use one for all the recs in dining room, pantry, wall kitchen, refrigeration, and all but one countertop rec and then use the other SABC for that one...
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    That would be an Appliance Branch Circuit, that...

    That would be an Appliance Branch Circuit, that would be a no no.

    Individual Branch Circuits only serve one piece of equipment.

    Not my fault if happy homeowner moves that equipment.

    Once you...
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    I can push my fridge around and plug it into a...

    I can push my fridge around and plug it into a wall SABC instead of the 15A individual circuit, so if I do-what happens to that 15A circuit?
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    That outlet of the individual 15A circuit does...

    That outlet of the individual 15A circuit does not serve the countertop, it cannot be used as a substitute for a requirement in 210.52. It serves a dedicated piece of equipment that just happens to...
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    Agree.

    Agree.
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    What part of the wording was unclear? All GP...

    What part of the wording was unclear?

    All GP wall recs in the kitchen had to be on a SABC, unless it was for refrigeration which could be a 15A circuit now the exception allows more than just that...
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    I like the change. So now I could add a 15A...

    I like the change. So now I could add a 15A individual circuit to a counter top as long as I have the required 20A SABC receptacles there also.
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    Under the 2017, individual 15A circuits for a...

    Under the 2017, individual 15A circuits for a dedicated appliance can be installed in areas covered by the SABC rules. Does not have to be just refrigeration equipment anymore.

    210.52( B)(1)
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  21. Thread: Solar Question

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    Look at 310.10(H)(2) and (3). 2014 NEC.

    Look at 310.10(H)(2) and (3). 2014 NEC.
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    I would run the 480V heaters off the 480V supply...

    I would run the 480V heaters off the 480V supply and just size the transformer for the 277V loads.
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    That ampacity could only apply to the room. I do...

    That ampacity could only apply to the room. I do not see where MH applies it to the whole circuit.

    Besides that ampacity could only be used for off setting another correction factor. The circuit...
  24. Thread: Wire Connectors

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    I have no problem with wagos. I have not really...

    I have no problem with wagos. I have not really used them much but they work fine.

    Terminal strips and blocks are great for control cabinets and such but not for everyday wiring.
  25. Thread: Wire Connectors

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    Those would be impractical for many of our...

    Those would be impractical for many of our general applications.

    When one has three #12 NM-B cables, a receptacle, and a single gang box to make up, wire nuts are quicker and work fine.
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