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  1. Thread: AfCI and GFCI

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    Square D has an all-in-one AFCI/GFCI breaker. At...

    Square D has an all-in-one AFCI/GFCI breaker. At least this will save the expense of installing separate GFCI receptacles in kitchens.
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    Do you meant something like this? We're...

    Do you meant something like this? We're installing these apartment panels with built in relays.

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/DaJcY6GC7Ja2z0hq29nvpJIdg3q7nYXKIb4W0SdrDBw=w691-h921-no
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    True, but wouldn't that apply to just about any...

    True, but wouldn't that apply to just about any outlet requiring AFCI protection?
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    Yes, that is one scenario I was thinking about. ...

    Yes, that is one scenario I was thinking about. An interlock kit type of install used to energized the entire panel would allow you to use the existing AFCI branch circuit breakers, the separate...
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    AFCI Protection on Generator Power

    Is AFCI protection required when running on generator power (optional standby) in a dwelling for areas that normally require AFCI protection?
  6. Thread: EMT Uses

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    That bring up the question what to do if it's on...

    That bring up the question what to do if it's on neither list. :D
  7. Thread: Local 363

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    I'm biased but in NYC there is only one...

    I'm biased but in NYC there is only one legitimate electrical construction local and it's in the IBEW.
  8. Thread: EMT Uses

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    By deleting the permitted use in it's entirety...

    By deleting the permitted use in it's entirety the wiring method becomes prohibited so no need to add it to the Uses Not Permitted.
  9. Thread: EMT Uses

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    In New York City EMT is not permitted in wet...

    In New York City EMT is not permitted in wet locations.
  10. Thread: Local 363

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    IBEW Local #363 was granted it's charter in 1925....

    IBEW Local #363 was granted it's charter in 1925.

    http://www.ibewlu363.org/site_v1/history/History.html
  11. Thread: Bundling??

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    Although the NEC doesn't make any exception given...

    Although the NEC doesn't make any exception given the load diversity on those conductors in a dwelling, from a practical standpoint derating is almost never needed.
  12. Thread: Bundling??

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    IMO yes.

    IMO yes.
  13. Thread: Local 363

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    New York City Local #3, IBEW battled them for...

    New York City Local #3, IBEW battled them for decades in the 80's and 90's. I believe they managed to get the accreditation of the 363 apprentice program suspended which prohibited them from doing...
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    Take a look at 680.23(F)(3).

    Take a look at 680.23(F)(3).
  15. The requirement is that they clearly indicate on...

    The requirement is that they clearly indicate on and off, not necessarily that those words are used. Although it may be confusing to some IMO 1 and 0 is indicative of being on or off.

    Welcome to...
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    I don't think that it's a violation unless of...

    I don't think that it's a violation unless of course you has issues with concentric KO's and over 250 volts to ground.
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    As stated under the 2005 not applicable. With a...

    As stated under the 2005 not applicable. With a new code change under the 2014 this would be code compliant without grouping the MWBC's since each conductor is individually numbered. 8-)
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    I agree with Roger, the neutral is permitted to...

    I agree with Roger, the neutral is permitted to be disconnected when it complies with 404.2(B)Ex.
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    A guess: 2005 NEC, so 210.4(D) {2008} is not...

    A guess: 2005 NEC, so 210.4(D) {2008} is not applicable.
  20. Thread: 2017 NEC

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    2017 NEC

    Here's an outline of some of the new requirements that may end up in the 2017 NEC from IAEI:

    http://iaeimagazine.org/magazine/2015/04/30/analysis-of-changes-2017-nec/
  21. That's the way that I read it too.

    That's the way that I read it too.
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    Take a look at 250.68(C)(3).

    Take a look at 250.68(C)(3).
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    Look here:

    Look here:
  24. If this is factory wiring the NEC doesn't apply.

    If this is factory wiring the NEC doesn't apply.
  25. As Bob stated just get the proper handle ties an...

    As Bob stated just get the proper handle ties an install them, problem solved.

    Welcome to the Forum. :)
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