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    It is legal. In resi you only need an...

    It is legal.

    In resi you only need an insulated ground for Art 680 stuff, pools and such.

    Oh yeah, mobile home feeders also.
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    Not even a good mnemonic.;) Feed a cold,...

    Not even a good mnemonic.;)

    Feed a cold, starve a fever is the old wives tale.
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    True.

    True.
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    I like it! I like it!

    I like it! I like it!
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    The only thing I can guess at is that cold is...

    The only thing I can guess at is that cold is often used as a term for de-energized.

    How that applies here, IDK exactly.
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    Easy now, I was not commenting for or against...

    Easy now, I was not commenting for or against such policies, merely stating that they exist.
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    Careful, not true in many jurisdictions. Some...

    Careful, not true in many jurisdictions. Some will allow you to ask for a hearing to plead your case when applying for a license, but what I call "moral clauses" do exist in some places.
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    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the...

    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the Forum Rules.

    If you feel this action to be in error, feel free to contact me via PM to explain.
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    I am going to say no. Unlike 220.40, which...

    I am going to say no.

    Unlike 220.40, which says you can use part III or IV, 555.12 seems specific to using part III and 220.87 is in part IV.
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    Class 2 circuits are discussed in article 725 and...

    Class 2 circuits are discussed in article 725 and also see tables 11(A) and (B) in Chapter 9.

    Your 24V transformer would be marked as a Class 2 if it is one.



    Is the EMT enclosing power/460V...
  11. First thing that pops into my mind: Not enough...

    First thing that pops into my mind:

    Not enough info, client is clueless, and an electrician really needs to check it before I could hazard a guess on what is truly going on and what is needed to...
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    Not a NEC requirement, possibly other codes could...

    Not a NEC requirement, possibly other codes could apply.
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    Maybe, doubtful. If the liquidtight has power...

    Maybe, doubtful. If the liquidtight has power conductors, no. If the liquidtight meets condition (2), possibly.

    2014 NEC

    300.11
    (B) Raceways Used as Means of Support. Raceways
    shall be used...
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    It is fine. For sizing the EGC, it will be the...

    It is fine. For sizing the EGC, it will be the larger of the two, the #12.
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    From UL white book receptacles: ...

    From UL white book receptacles:



    http://productspec.ul.com/document.php?id=RTDV.GuideInfo

    I looked at a few flush mounts and the strap/yoke was stamped 75C.
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    Yep.

    Yep.
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    I agree with you. 110.14(C)(1) backs your...

    I agree with you. 110.14(C)(1) backs your assumption.

    Note that it applies not only to 100A or less but terminations for #14-#1 also.
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    Nothing in the NEC addresses that. Maybe a max...

    Nothing in the NEC addresses that. Maybe a max depth in IRC, but that still would not require that wall space or wide counter space as extra measurement.
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    Moved to job forum.

    Moved to job forum.
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    I am not sure I understand your question. The...

    I am not sure I understand your question. The depth of a counter space could be anywhere from 18" to 36" IME, 24"-30" is most common IIRC.
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    I say no. There is often a wall on one or both...

    I say no. There is often a wall on one or both edges of a counter top. The counter top is still only measured end to end.

    That small wall does not create a "L" shaped counter top.
  22. Thread: Receptacles

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    That definition was NEC, not NEMA. 60Hz would...

    That definition was NEC, not NEMA.

    60Hz would be assumed unless stated elsewise, ie: 50 Hz and 400 Hz stuff.
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    It is a pretty old rule here. Guessing late 1950s...

    It is a pretty old rule here. Guessing late 1950s or 1960. I know it was around in the 1970s.

    The exact basis for the distances is probably just a convenient/random distance that someone proposed...
  24. Thread: Receptacles

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    You should check your code definition. A stated...

    You should check your code definition. A stated circuit voltage is to be assumed to be RMS when referring to the NEC.

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    That was my point.;)

    That was my point.;)
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