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    I prefer my Fluke 87--but I think the T5 is...

    I prefer my Fluke 87--but I think the T5 is probably a better all around everyday meter---and less expensive
  2. As to the original question--Looks good

    As to the original question--Looks good
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    Well, there's the problem--- too much heat, just...

    Well, there's the problem--- too much heat, just get rid of the extra heat and it'll be fine---We actually had a co worker tell us that and he was serious!!!
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    :slaphead:Totally missed that when I read...

    :slaphead:Totally missed that when I read it--Thanks Don!
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    I haven't read the entire thread so if I am...

    I haven't read the entire thread so if I am recovering territory please forgive me<<

    The argument I would attempt to make is along the following lines:

    The ampacities for Rubber cord come from...
  6. Thread: Tool Bucket

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    Here are a couple of links to Carhartt stuff--I...

    Here are a couple of links to Carhartt stuff--I have seen these in the field and they seem to hold up pretty well



    Carhartt Style #100702B
    ...
  7. In 1890 when GE was first formed--they said"...

    In 1890 when GE was first formed--they said" Let's build a good light bulb." They did--Then they said " Let's really mess everything else up"--and they have.

    Not a big fan of GE stuff having...
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    Ditto--don't see a problem--sounds like someone...

    Ditto--don't see a problem--sounds like someone read code and doesn't understand what he read-or was in the wrong section
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    AFAIK the locate companies won't locate on...

    AFAIK the locate companies won't locate on private property--you need to hire some one to do that-- when I was fencing my yard they only located to the property line and told me that I would need to...
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    ok-- Sorry about that--We just call it IMSA-5 ...

    ok-- Sorry about that--We just call it IMSA-5

    On the reel label it is listed as--14-5C IMSA 20-1 STR BC

    And yes--the seventh wire is Wh/Bk--I was going from memory and for some reason thought...
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    NEC 700 violation--No Needs a...

    NEC 700 violation--No

    Needs a solution--Maybe--NEP are already out and EP should be prepared for this
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    We use either IMSA-5 or -7 conductor...

    We use either IMSA-5 or -7 conductor cable--depending on the number and configuration of the heads and intersection

    IMSA-5--Black, white, red, green and orange
    IMSA-7 adds blue and brown
  13. Poll: I would think that you are already pretty well...

    I would think that you are already pretty well grounded by the outriggers--going by the videos I have seen of cranes burning up after contact with MV and HV--But I don't know if there are...
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    That's what was trying to say-:thumbsup:--I was...

    That's what was trying to say-:thumbsup:--I was attempting to remember how Mike put it in one of his training videos--I remembered it wrong but tried to get it close:dunce:

    He said kind of the...
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    :happyyes::D

    :happyyes::D
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    Ys you can--we spare off the black though and...

    Ys you can--we spare off the black though and white is the grounded conductor.
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    Grounding takes place at the point of service....

    Grounding takes place at the point of service. This where the GE and GEC are. Bonding is, to sorta quote MH, Hooking everything else together in a low impedance path back to the source.
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    Agreed--It is from the front of the enclosure...

    Agreed--It is from the front of the enclosure cover, not the internal parts
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    Thanks to don and tom for finding the references...

    Thanks to don and tom for finding the references for me--

    L&I= Labor and Industries--
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    That's how I read it

    That's how I read it
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    At WSDOT, All our installations, signals,...

    At WSDOT,

    All our installations, signals, street lighting etc, is done to our Standards and Specifications/Drawings.

    NEC, or as modified by Wash Admin Code, is our minimum requirement.

    Per...
  22. Thread: Cabinet bonding

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    Exactly-that's the way I have always done it-but...

    Exactly-that's the way I have always done it-but the contractor didn't do that ands I haven't heard a good reason why yet--they keep changing the subject!! 'magine that!!:happyno:
  23. Thread: Cabinet bonding

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    Ok thanks guys!! Yes there is a gasket and...

    Ok thanks guys!!

    Yes there is a gasket and yes there is an EGC in the conduit.

    Yes they have a letter stating that the screws provide continuity.

    This has a supply OCPD of 400 A

    the way...
  24. Thread: Cabinet bonding

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    here are the pics--I think it needs a bonding...

    here are the pics--I think it needs a bonding jumper
  25. Thread: Cabinet bonding

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    DOn't have a picture yet-- Picture a cabinet 4...

    DOn't have a picture yet--

    Picture a cabinet 4 feet wide and 3 feet deep-- there are "covers or panels" with a neoprene seal screwed to the top with # 10 machine screws--These are not normally...
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