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    UL Listing of 409 Cabinet

    How does one go about getting a field listing on a Article 409 cabinet?
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    I've seen that with conventional wire nuts, the...

    I've seen that with conventional wire nuts, the catch is that sometimes the wire snaps off where it was stripped. Over twisting is not kind to conductors either...
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    No worries. I'm going to soak it in (as time...

    No worries. I'm going to soak it in (as time permits) and get back to you.
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    Mivey, the shortest path back to the same phase...

    Mivey, the shortest path back to the same phase is never leaving the terminal in the transformer. Voltage from "A" to "A" in any circuit is going to be zero, meaning there is nothing to cause current...
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    You've only hooked up one motor?! :D

    You've only hooked up one motor?! :D
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    I'll admit to it in peckerheads. Never had an...

    I'll admit to it in peckerheads. Never had an issue with a taped one.
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    Mivey, you sure put up a lot of words there but...

    Mivey, you sure put up a lot of words there but you're missing (while confirming...?) my point.

    I have three lamps, all connected phase to neutral. All lamps draw 10A of current. They are supplied...
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    To simplify this: why is the following true yet...

    To simplify this: why is the following true yet my statement is false? Here are the currents measured at the panel, and the loads are all single phase L-N loads:

    10A ... 10B ... 0C ... 10N
    10A...
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    Is it so wrong that it does a disservice to an...

    Is it so wrong that it does a disservice to an electrician working in the field? I don't pretend to understand the intimate intricacies of exactly why electricity behaves the way it does, but I've...
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    Think of it even with line-neutral loads, that...

    Think of it even with line-neutral loads, that the electrons are seeking a path to the other phases. With single phase, the current leaving L1 is seeking L2, and the only path there is through the...
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    While I agree with your statement, I'm confused about how this ties in? Isn't this 7200 or better?
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    That is awesome. Take my money!

    That is awesome. Take my money!
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    I don't know about anyone else, but I could use a...

    I don't know about anyone else, but I could use a riser diagram for this problem.

    :angel:
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    There's dry humor, and then theres... ...

    There's dry humor, and then theres...

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/34/Rub_al_Khali_002.JPG

    :D
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    Cavie, why do you keep bringing up pool lights...

    Cavie, why do you keep bringing up pool lights when the question is about motors? :?

    As far as I can see, Tim is right, romex inside and insulated EGC outside.
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    You gotta love it when you get the "I need a hot...

    You gotta love it when you get the "I need a hot tub / swimming pool / whatever but I don't have money to swap out that panel that will possibly burn my house down or leave portions without power due...
  17. I am closing this thread, in accordance with the...

    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the Forum Rules.
  18. Night and day. I can simulate a ground fault, and...

    Night and day. I can simulate a ground fault, and I can test a dead circuit to detect a ground fault. GFCIs observe the laws of physics to determine whether to trip or not. AFCIs, on the other hand,...
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    I am feeling better about a job we have at the...

    I am feeling better about a job we have at the end of the week; 206 lbs, 72" wide, $10k MSRP. I was north of $2500 for hanging one fixture with a light lift. I don't recall seeing a thread about this...
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    I'm just trying to wrap my mind around owning a...

    I'm just trying to wrap my mind around owning a plug checker long enough to use it up - I'm pretty sure I've lost every plug checker I've owned long before I had a chance to wear it out. :D
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    That sounds like pure lunacy. :)

    That sounds like pure lunacy. :)
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    So how do you install a 600V system? What color...

    So how do you install a 600V system? What color is left for switch legs?
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    I don't have a three way in my house. I have...

    I don't have a three way in my house. I have several single pole switches that respond to radio signals from remotes placed at various landings where one would find a three way switch. The travelers...
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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.

    A reminder to all members, if you see a...
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    Indeed; they don't need to make it explicit...

    Indeed; they don't need to make it explicit because it is already permitted. The gas range and the microwave can share a circuit as fixed appliances as long as their combined load does not exceed...
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