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    I agree and I would think that most States have a...

    I agree and I would think that most States have a similar requirement based on the building energy code.
  2. Can you use the coated MC and change over to a...

    Can you use the coated MC and change over to a different wiring method where it penetrates the underside of the deck? I've heard of guys removing the black coating on the exposed portion of the...
  3. There probably aren't many cases of this type of...

    There probably aren't many cases of this type of thing actually happening and IMO your potential scenario isn't worthy of removing it from the code. In fact this is a good code requirement, I use my...
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    Have you looked at Mike's free stuff? ...

    Have you looked at Mike's free stuff?

    http://www.mikeholt.com/onlinetraining/page_images/1113920864_2.jpg

    http://www.mikeholt.com/freegraphics.php?id=gvb
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    SE cable was for a long time used at its 75° C...

    SE cable was for a long time used at its 75° C ampacity, then a few code cycles ago they changed to it be used, as you would NM cable, at 60° C ampacity. Then that was changed again {2011} to allow...
  6. Thread: Type W to lug

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    I'm pretty sure that the sleeve is "crimped" by...

    I'm pretty sure that the sleeve is "crimped" by simply tightening the mechanical lug.
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    I think that a crimp sleeve like these Sq D...

    I think that a crimp sleeve like these Sq D would work.

    http://static.schneider-electric.us/docs/Circuit%20Protection/0515DB0301.pdf
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    Can't say that I have ever seen one in that size.

    Can't say that I have ever seen one in that size.
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    250.64(E) mentions raceways and enclosures I...

    250.64(E) mentions raceways and enclosures I don't see this strap as being either.
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    I agree with Ron, no RFI needed this is common...

    I agree with Ron, no RFI needed this is common nomenclature.
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    Just my 2 cents, a 1" piece of metal encircling...

    Just my 2 cents, a 1" piece of metal encircling the GEC and having any real detrimental effect is absurd.
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    I would guess that in the example in the article...

    I would guess that in the example in the article the load is being treated as a motor {430.22} which requires the 125% calculation not a continuous load.
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    My thought as well.

    My thought as well.
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    With a 18.7 MCA you could use a #14 THHN...

    With a 18.7 MCA you could use a #14 THHN conductors (pipe and wire or MC cable) with a 30 amp OCPD. NM cable would require #12 AWG conductors.
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    Some information, NJ does not have a master...

    Some information, NJ does not have a master electrician's license. You pass the test and you will become a Licensed Electrical Contractor. All that means is that you've passed the test. If you...
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    Why can't an 8.1 amp appliance be on a 15 amp...

    Why can't an 8.1 amp appliance be on a 15 amp individual branch circuit? Have a link to the article?
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    Given this new requirement in the 2014 NEC I...

    Given this new requirement in the 2014 NEC I would say that there is a concern for any alteration to the venting built into a transformer.
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    So these are specially designed transformers for...

    So these are specially designed transformers for bottom feed?
  19. Where did you find a handy box with the clamping...

    Where did you find a handy box with the clamping mechanism on the inside?
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    This type of cable is permitted to be embedded in...

    This type of cable is permitted to be embedded in concrete, which is pretty corrosive, or directly buried in the earth so it would probably be suitable for this environment.
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    You said water bond, does that mean that the...

    You said water bond, does that mean that the water pipe is not metallic and 10' in contact with the earth and you're simply bonding the interior metal water system piping? If the water pipe is an...
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    You can use 2 pole CB's for this application even...

    You can use 2 pole CB's for this application even if each circuit has it's own neutral. I the neutral is shared between 2 circuits (a MWBC) then you must use them.
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    Here's a little chart I made up for neutrals as...

    Here's a little chart I made up for neutrals as CCC's:
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    Yes because the conductor from the CEE to the...

    Yes because the conductor from the CEE to the first panel is the GEC. The conductor from the split-bolt to the second panel is a bonding jumper. Only the GEC is required to be continuous or...
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    In the 2008 start with 310.15(B)(2).

    In the 2008 start with 310.15(B)(2).
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