Here is the article
Type: Posts; User: Dennis Alwon
Here is the article
Look at 210.52(G)(1)
Here is another thread on the subject
I would give an allowance for the surface fixtures and I would price the recessed cans without the LED. If they want LED bulbs you can use the standard fixture and use an LED bulb such as an R30...
True but we are not allowed to help diyers. I know in California that some general contractors are allowed to do some electrical work--OP is a GC
I have heard them called tandem, Piggy back (Sq. D), & twins.
If you have 240 volt loads such as an electric water heater then one phase is hot and feeds thru the element back to the breaker which in turn energizes the other phase. Since there is an element...
Not an issue but do you have a license to do this work?
I would like to ask the members not to question the members about their qualifications. If you have a question then report the post and have one of the mods look at it. When you all question the...
The ones I have seen are air switches and are installed on the counter but if the kick switch was the same setup then I see no issue with it.
I would like to see what this thing looks like. It is possible that it would not be compliant.
This is all I found
You do need a tool. You need a key to unlock the panel. The key may not be in the door
The bond you talk of is the equipment grounding conductor. This should only carry current in case of a ground fault. There should not be an inbalance in a 240V hookup with no neutral....
That article has been there for a long time they just added some wording to help where you start from.
250. 122 (B) means anytime you increase the size of your ungrounded conductors then you must increase the equipment grounding conductor proportionally no matter what the reason for the increase in...
Basically what you did was make a 2 circuit run a single circuit. You could not land both legs on the same phase but if you tie them together then you have made it one circuit so you do not have a...
That would be my guess but without seeing the wire size it is only a guess. It should be a 200 amp service though
You could use a dp afci breaker but if you joined the black and red you know have one circuit. That could be compliant depending on what it feeds. If this is the two kitchen circuits then it may be...
And those would be non compliant unless they were disconnects for a unit under there.
They probably mean no current on the grounding electrode conductor or water lines etc
I don't have the 2002 but wasn't that just for bedrooms at that time.
250.102(C) has nothing to do with the equipment grounding conductor. T. 250.122 is what is used. 250.102(C) is for the bonding jumpers and the minimum grounded conductor-- this is virtually the...
This has always been a problem. I have seen transfer switches that are service rated that had screws on the cover. The only access to the breakers was to remove the cover with a screwdriver.
That is true and I almost mentioned that but didn't. It would seem odd if he was talking about an equipment grounding conductor and taking from the main panel to the grounding electrode conductor...