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  1. Doubtful. ADA is more about regular switches,...

    Doubtful. ADA is more about regular switches, receptacles, and such - not fused discos.
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    The only receptacles I know of that can fed from...

    The only receptacles I know of that can fed from a cord are pendants.
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    Not totally uncommon for receptacles to be...

    Not totally uncommon for receptacles to be installed near HVAC units for servicing.
  4. Forgot about the minimum height question. The...

    Forgot about the minimum height question. The answer to that is there is none.
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    duplicate....

    duplicate. http://forums.mikeholt.com/showthread.php?t=185558
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    Yep and I will through in 250.134(B) also.

    Yep and I will through in 250.134(B) also.
  7. Yes to post #1.

    Yes to post #1.
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    The inspectors I have talked to about this are...

    The inspectors I have talked to about this are saying they disagree and say a cord is a cord and will not allow it.
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    Nope. Small breaker rule 240.4(D)(4)12 AWG...

    Nope.

    Small breaker rule 240.4(D)(4)12 AWG Aluminum and Copper-Clad Aluminum.
    15 amperes

    Edit to add:Also 334.80 limits you to 60C for final ampacity for NM cables.
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    Me too and even if screwed down, that is okay....

    Me too and even if screwed down, that is okay. NEC says accessible not readily accessible.
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    :thumbsup: Dead is dead.

    :thumbsup:

    Dead is dead.
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    Unless dual rated as RHW or such USE cannot be...

    Unless dual rated as RHW or such USE cannot be used inside.
  13. Power consumed is basically the same. Watts =...

    Power consumed is basically the same.

    Watts = Watts no matter the voltage.

    Watts(Power) = voltage x amperage x PF.

    If voltage goes down, amperage goes up, and the reverse holds true.

    The...
  14. Is there a question or are we just getting...

    Is there a question or are we just getting lectured?:?
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    I believe U stands for unarmored. It is an old...

    I believe U stands for unarmored. It is an old designation.
  16. I think the ECM article is correct. 220.14(K)(1)...

    I think the ECM article is correct. 220.14(K)(1) sends you to 220.14(I) and then you can use the demand factors given in T220.44.

    Note: these are demand factors, your "diversify" is not NEC and...
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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    I was editing when you replied. NQOD or NQOB?

    I was editing when you replied. NQOD or NQOB?
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    Bolt-on only. Edit: I am incorrect, if that...

    Bolt-on only.

    Edit:

    I am incorrect, if that is a NQOD panelboard it seems that it will accept both types. I did not know.
    ...
  20. Well, that certainly would change my responses.

    Well, that certainly would change my responses.
  21. You still have a problem with the grouping of...

    You still have a problem with the grouping of disconnecting means.

    You could install discos at the meter.
  22. Yes this would violate the grouping rule in 230.

    Yes this would violate the grouping rule in 230.
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    Negligible.8-)

    Negligible.8-)
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    FYI. The 2017 has an exception now that allows a...

    FYI. The 2017 has an exception now that allows a 15A individual circuit to supply a dedicated appliance in the kitchen now.

    210.52(B)(1) exception 2
  25. Here ya go: 200.7 Use of Insulation of a White...

    Here ya go:

    200.7 Use of Insulation of a White or Gray Color or
    with Three Continuous White or Gray Stripes.

    (A) General. The following shall be used only for the
    grounded circuit conductor,...
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