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    2104 NEC 210.12: (A) Dwelling Units. ...

    2104 NEC 210.12:

    (A) Dwelling Units.




    Everything you mentioned in OP but the garage - unless it happens to be on with something in areas mentioned then it will be protected anyway.

    Also...
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    Same here. I bet most HO insurance gives you a...

    Same here. I bet most HO insurance gives you a discount for having sprinklers before they give you one for having AFCI's as well.
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    Are you seeing those with the power unit right...

    Are you seeing those with the power unit right above the door in residential applications? I don't think I ever have, but not impossible either I guess.

    Otherwise yes, GFCI protection required...
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    You said your code book is 2008, but didn't say...

    You said your code book is 2008, but didn't say whether 2008 is what applies to your installation.

    If 2014 NEC applies, nearly everything you mentioned now requires AFCI, but not all of it did in...
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    Most will agree the sprinkler system is a fire...

    Most will agree the sprinkler system is a fire protection method, even though fire protection is the idea behind AFCI, they have not convinced everyone they are that effective.
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    And are not intended to be completely sealed for...

    And are not intended to be completely sealed for explosion proof applications. The idea is to relieve pressure from the explosion through those threads but enough threads need to be engaged that...
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    Was a common problem with aluminum bus panels...

    Was a common problem with aluminum bus panels from 60's and 70's. Not so much from current designs, which most are tin plated copper. Current 6 and 8 space loadcenters with horizontal bus are...
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    VS the time and labor spent drilling through the...

    VS the time and labor spent drilling through the footing for what OP originally proposed to do?


    I still am not seeing why we need 5 LB's. Are we running the feed to unit 3 in and back out of...
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    400 volt systems are not common in the US and...

    400 volt systems are not common in the US and typically only exist when supplying foreign made equipment. Much of this equipment also comes from places that run at 50 instead of 60 Hz.

    Off the...
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    Look in 3XX.999 of the applicable raceway article...

    Look in 3XX.999 of the applicable raceway article - it covers this in pretty great detail8-)
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    Thanks, :hug:

    Thanks, :hug:
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    Wasn't thinking GES, but yes a disconnect is...

    Wasn't thinking GES, but yes a disconnect is still needed. I let the light pole application confuse me which doesn't require a disconnect.
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    Seem to have information from OP that indicates both ways, we need clarification.

    In 1992 the single pole breakers would have been a violation if all the breakers are service disconnecting means. ...
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    Old picture in a new thread, they need to be...

    Old picture in a new thread, they need to be TR:p:p
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    That is an old photo that isn't compliant anymore...

    That is an old photo that isn't compliant anymore - they need to be tamper resistant;)
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    You still have to bond to the transformer case,...

    You still have to bond to the transformer case, but if your "system bonding jumper" is in the first disconnecting means then you will not directly connect the case to XO terminal of transformer -...
  17. Sounds like your load calculation exceeds that...

    Sounds like your load calculation exceeds that equipment rating by 87 amps then. Time for at least a 200 amp meter - main or other service equipment, though if you are already at 187 sounds like a...
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    The fact the EGC needs increased proportionally...

    The fact the EGC needs increased proportionally to the increase of the ungrounded conductors makes this easy to figure out with 15, 20 and 30 amp circuits as the EGC for those is same size as minimum...
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    One can run one receptacle per branch circuit...

    One can run one receptacle per branch circuit just to cover himself from some worst case scenarios - but probably will be underbid every time:happyyes:
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    Bond can be at transformer or at first disconnect...

    Bond can be at transformer or at first disconnect - Iwire quoted code that applies.

    What is not clear yet is if you have a bonding jumper at both locations.

    Sounds like you have bonding jumper...
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    Is a judge going to understand any of the...

    Is a judge going to understand any of the technicalities or are the litigants going to bring in their own "experts" to be questioned and whoever does the better job of convincing the judge/jury of...
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    My comment intended to mean non electrical system...

    My comment intended to mean non electrical system items that may potentially end up carrying current during abnormal conditions. Metal siding, foil backing on insulation, metal studs, ceiling grid...
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    Wow, read through the thread you linked and don't...

    Wow, read through the thread you linked and don't know which side I would team up with.

    Seems Terry gave the reins to someone he knew little about in the first place so I give him the majority of...
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    As it could through any other conductive path...

    As it could through any other conductive path that wasn't intended to carry current that is otherwise subject to this voltage drop.

    You don't see any new foil backed fiberglass insulation these...
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    ...and those that brought AFCI requirements into...

    ...and those that brought AFCI requirements into the NEC:D

    Now I probbly derailed the thread:angel:

    :thumbsup:
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