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    "Neutral sharing", a single large common neutral...

    "Neutral sharing", a single large common neutral used for multiple, non-MWBC circuits is still permitted by 225.7(B). The wording in 200.4 of the 2011 NEC was added to say:



    This was a code...
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    I was just pointing out that regardless of any of...

    I was just pointing out that regardless of any of the other factors if the system is 3Ø then the table cannot be used.
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    Most hotels have 3Ø power, that table...

    Most hotels have 3Ø power, that table 310.15(B)(7) is only for single phase.
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    No problem. :)

    No problem. :)
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    What about 210.23 since this is a single...

    What about 210.23 since this is a single receptacle on an individual branch circuit.
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    I agree, the OP kind of pivoted from WYE to...

    I agree, the OP kind of pivoted from WYE to Delta. :D
  7. Thanks, 8-) That was a 500 kva transformer I...

    Thanks, 8-)

    That was a 500 kva transformer I did a few years ago.
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    You might be right, I was thinking a charger that...

    You might be right, I was thinking a charger that was less intuitive and has the largest load when the battery is discharged but diminishes as the battery begins to hold the charge. But even in your...
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    A car charger would not meet the definition of a...

    A car charger would not meet the definition of a continuous load as Bob stated since it will not operate at it's maximum current for 3 hours or more.
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    A 3Ø, 4W Delta system would have a neutral.

    A 3Ø, 4W Delta system would have a neutral.
  11. As Smart stated if you get the right combination...

    As Smart stated if you get the right combination of lugs you can stack many on the same stud. Here's 10-500's on the neutral, if you look closely 4 of those might fit on one side if the studs are...
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    Does anyone have a reference as to how this...

    Does anyone have a reference as to how this requirement changes from the 2008-2011-2014?
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    I was merely commenting about the words load...

    I was merely commenting about the words load calculation as mentioned in the OP.
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    That's merely semantics, the wording in 220.40...

    That's merely semantics, the wording in 220.40 and the examples in the Informative Annex D would seem to disagree with you. :)
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    From Article 408:

    From Article 408:
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    If your total load calculation is 86 amps a 100...

    If your total load calculation is 86 amps a 100 amp panel is code complaint.
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    Article 100:

    Article 100:
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    This may help you to decipher the neutral CCC...

    This may help you to decipher the neutral CCC counting:
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    I would run one HR conduit and forget the...

    I would run one HR conduit and forget the subpanel. If they're all 20 amp circuits you could use the #12 if you had a few MWBC's.
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    404.7 does not apply to Decora type switches...

    404.7 does not apply to Decora type switches because Decora type switches are snap switches and covered under 404.9.
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    Maximum fill is calculated to keep the conductors...

    Maximum fill is calculated to keep the conductors from being damaged while being installed. Derating is calculated to keep them from exceeding their insulation temperature value and causing...
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    Three continuous stripes or re-identification is...

    Three continuous stripes or re-identification is required which could be one turn of white tape around the conductor. Does SE cable have 3-white stripes?
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    I agree don't use the one in the photo that I...

    I agree don't use the one in the photo that I posted. ;)
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    5. Under the 2011 only receptacles serving the...

    5. Under the 2011 only receptacles serving the countertop require GFCI protection.
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    I would guess that Roto-Split is the best selling...

    I would guess that Roto-Split is the best selling cable cutter.

    http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NjAwWDkyNQ==/z/rFQAAMXQEgpTCSAi/$_57.JPG
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