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  1. There are many things that can make it classified...

    There are many things that can make it classified or not or to what level, as said you need to study 511 really good to understand what you have, mechanical ventilation can change allot of...
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    These are called a Hydromassage bathtub, they are...

    These are called a Hydromassage bathtub, they are covered by section VII or article 680, and yes unless the motors are double insulated they are required to be bonded to each other and to any metal...
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    I have seen some instruction sheets with GFCI's...

    I have seen some instruction sheets with GFCI's that have a max circuit length on the load side of the GFCI for this very problem, we have a city park where they used to hold a jamboree/festival...
  4. Just like you can't sign off on liability, you...

    Just like you can't sign off on liability, you can not also make a disclaimer to liability as a friend of mine found out who owned and operated a large skating rink and was sued because he didn't...
  5. And the box is, the receptacle is, even the pilot...

    And the box is, the receptacle is, even the pilot light and push button most likely UL listed, but not put together like this:happysad:
  6. does anybody think there is a problem with the...

    does anybody think there is a problem with the paralleling of the neutrals that this thing will create? I'm sure they connected the neutrals from each cord together on the 50 amp receptacle.

    So...
  7. The schematic if the Honda eu2000i found on page...

    The schematic if the Honda eu2000i found on page 56 in the PDF does not show any neutral to ground bond, also since the EGC is floating the capacitance coupling between any hot and the EGC or and...
  8. A voltage between the neutral and ground is...

    A voltage between the neutral and ground is always possible when you have a floating grounded system, also since there is no bond between the neutral and EGC you have no ground fault path, is this a...
  9. The LV diagram shows that you can put the first...

    The LV diagram shows that you can put the first transformer LV windings in series or parallel it comes with it connected in series A-X3 C+B-X2 and D-X1, the optional LV diagram shows that the two 240...
  10. Something is not adding up??? you stated that...

    Something is not adding up???

    you stated that you fed the variac into the first transformers on the X3 and X1 bushings, with a 0-280vac variac you should have never saw 8kv out as those are the...
  11. First the video is about taps in 240.21(C), a...

    First the video is about taps in 240.21(C), a little later in the video he explains that because the transformer is customer own that the conductors feeding the disconnect are in fact feeders not...
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    I have only used roto-splits and never knew what...

    I have only used roto-splits and never knew what that screw was for, guess I do now:p

    Learn new things every day;)
  13. When you have an SDS you will have a service...

    When you have an SDS you will have a service disconnect ahead of it even if it is a MV switch, the disconnect at the building is now an article 225 issue as well as the wiring between the SDS and the...
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    Older Mobile homes had a GFCI in the panel that...

    Older Mobile homes had a GFCI in the panel that fed both bath receptacles and an outside receptacle and sometimes the heat trace receptacle would be on it.

    Most newer MH's will have a GFCI...
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    The adjustment screw is only for different size...

    The adjustment screw is only for different size cables or flex, it does not adjust cutting depth, the cutting depth is fixed by the movement of the upper handle?

    If you look at both photo's of the...
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    I also like the handle one, I found a stand off...

    I also like the handle one, I found a stand off screw that you can remove the handle and screw it in then using a 5/16th or 3/8" hex driver bit for the larger ones, put the hex bit in your drill it...
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    We use to do that with co-workers hack-saws, then...

    We use to do that with co-workers hack-saws, then watch them keep trying to cut the pipe, also we use to send them to the boss for a push to cut blade and tell them the blade in the saw is a pull to...
  18. This was brought up at NEC meetings a few years...

    This was brought up at NEC meetings a few years ago and UL stance was they would in-fact serve as the disconnect means for motors of 1.5hp or less, receptacle GFCI's don't need this requirement since...
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    there were no limit on breakers spaces in a power...

    there were no limit on breakers spaces in a power panelboard, the allowance was for OCPD protecting the panelboard you still had to have a disconnect ahead of it just no OCPDs was required.

    A...
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    Split buss panels had dual rolls, in one it was a...

    Split buss panels had dual rolls, in one it was a way to provide a way to separate heating and lighting loads in a dual rate service where the utility charged less for the heating loads so the top...
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    From the 2002 NEC: It was 384-14 in the...

    From the 2002 NEC:



    It was 384-14 in the 1999 NEC, and 408.34 in the 2005 NEC it was all eliminated in 2008 as now they are just called panelboards.
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    This is from the 1999 NEC: So at one time it...

    This is from the 1999 NEC:


    So at one time it was dependent upon the percentage of circuits 30 amps and less, or for existing installations above in 384-16(A) exception 2, this is where we find a...
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    Grouping is only required at each building where...

    Grouping is only required at each building where the conductors enter each structure, since the 200 amp disconnect is outside the first structure and it's load conductors do not enter this structure,...
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    This idea doesn't sound like a good idea, a...

    This idea doesn't sound like a good idea, a generator is less efficient when run at low loads so using PV to lower the load on a generator will not save as much on fuel cost as many think, but then...
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    Also what is your location as many states have...

    Also what is your location as many states have not adopted the newer requirements of the 2011 or 2014, so some only require them in the bedrooms, here in Indiana 210.12 was remove so we don't install...
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