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    Thats the driver....I'm referring to the dimming...

    Thats the driver....I'm referring to the dimming module.
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    Free-Air Control Cable

    Trying to determine of the 0-10v control signal wiring going into the OT DIM module needs to be in conduit. Guess I need to find out if it's class 1 or 2, correct? Thanks
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    Lighting Load

    A few questions pertaining to my attachments.

    System is 120v. Trying to determine how many 120V 20A ckts I would need to feed lighting/drivers per the total "Proposed watts" they list. They have a...
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    Grounding Within Box

    The attached spec means you have a wire from each grounding bushing AND THER IS A LUG ON THE BOX that the wires attach to?
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    XHHW Vertical Runs

    I often see in the spec any vertical run over 50' needs to be XHHW. Why is that?
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    I want to know, technically or by definition,...

    I want to know, technically or by definition, what hung ceilings means.
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    Exactly and that would be a hung ceiling in my...

    Exactly and that would be a hung ceiling in my mind. Need and architect..lol.
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    Ceiling Type Debate

    So I know this is more an architectural question but maybe someone will know the correct answer? I referred to a gyp ceiling as a hung ceiling( which is it as it has plenum and is hung in my mind)...
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    Guess there could be different scenarios...

    Guess there could be different scenarios depending on the poured deck and I'm not exactly sure what materials/forms are involved in all poured decks, such as metal decking etc. but how are these...
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    huh? it's going on a poured concrete deck. not...

    huh? it's going on a poured concrete deck. not slab on grade.
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    thanks. do you mean longer screws in place of the...

    thanks. do you mean longer screws in place of the ones on the box? someone told me there is are brackets used to raise the box up a few inches ive never heard of that.
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    Adjusting floor box height

    What would you do if you had a 9" poured concrete slab and wanted to use this box? The leveling feet/screws on the sides of the box I don't think would give you enough height to make the top of the...
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    Thanks.

    Thanks.
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    New Construction-Deck Pours

    So you have a multi story building with decks being poured and a hoist. I assume the hoist is always a few floors behind the deck pours. How does the electrical crew/layout guys get from the last...
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    Thanks, trying to look for something inexpensive.

    Thanks, trying to look for something inexpensive.
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    Basketball Court Lights

    On another subject. My nephew is looking to have an outdoor full court built. Whats a good light to use for this application? Thanks.
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    How about the connectors?

    How about the connectors?
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    Thanks!!!

    Thanks!!!
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    Concrete Tight Fittings For EMT

    Never had to use these for EMT. How are they different? I imagine they are more expensive. I tried to look on Bridgeports site but did not find.
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    I read the thread. So are they saying...

    I read the thread.

    So are they saying compression hubs is an option....if that even exists?

    While on this subject what type of fitting would be "concrete tight" fittings for emt?

    thanks.
  21. Thread: Cast J-Box

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    Cast J-Box

    Can anyone provide a link to this type of 4" box...thinking Raco make something and I search but the "compression or inside threaded hubs with adapter" is throwing me off. I know what a hubbed box is...
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    Right so there would be no deduct for circuits...

    Right so there would be no deduct for circuits run in MC ...it would only apply to pipe and wire.
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    ok it wouldn't change anything for branch...

    ok it wouldn't change anything for branch circuits run in MC cable correct? homeruns them wouldn't need any ground as the conduit would serve as the ground?
    thanks guys.
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    I agree. so the spec should read to pull a...

    I agree. so the spec should read to pull a separate EGC for branch circuits...I would think? So if I was pulling a single circuit MC Cable it would contain 1H,1N,1G & 1EGC???
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    Was just going to ask about SOW or SOOW. Thanks

    Was just going to ask about SOW or SOOW. Thanks
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