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    It could be a misprint. You can look for...

    It could be a misprint. You can look for corrections here:

    http://www.mikeholt.com/catalog-book-corrections.php

    Welcome to the Forum. :)
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    Where does it say that the bonding jumper must be...

    Where does it say that the bonding jumper must be factory supplied? Is his objection the tapped 1/4" hole? If so, clean off the paint and nut and bolt the lug right to the enclosure with a wire...
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    The point is that the IG is connected at only one...

    The point is that the IG is connected at only one point in the system, the same point where the main or system bonding jumper is installed. If that really makes any difference is open to debate.
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    I agree it should be one or the other. To...

    I agree it should be one or the other.

    To the OP, a photo of the nameplate would help.
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    For larger size KO's the best thing to do is...

    For larger size KO's the best thing to do is flatten the slug with a hammer, falls right out.
  6. I agree with Smart unless if blocks the removal...

    I agree with Smart unless if blocks the removal of an access panel that is required to be opened for testing or maintenance, etc.
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    If the connection is merely bonding the metallic...

    If the connection is merely bonding the metallic water piping system then I agree with the inspector, however if the water pipe qualifies as a grounding electrode then the connection needs to be...
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    If you want to set this up as an SDS you will...

    If you want to set this up as an SDS you will need a transfer switch that switches the neutral conductor. I would use an inlet box and a generator breaker lockout and set it up as an non-SDS.
  9. The pool isn't but the service drop or lateral...

    The pool isn't but the service drop or lateral could be. :)
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    As mentioned by Bob and Bob derating will kill...

    As mentioned by Bob and Bob derating will kill you unless you can limit the single conduit to 24" or less.
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    I would study Mike's materials, I used some of...

    I would study Mike's materials, I used some of them when preparing for the NJ electrical inspector exams. If you're taking the NJ Licensed Electrical Contractor exam I would look into a prep class...
  12. If you comply with C then you do not need to...

    If you comply with C then you do not need to follow A or B.
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    The 125% factor is used to size the conductors. ...

    The 125% factor is used to size the conductors. The OCPD would be size according to T430.52. Just curious as to where you will find 700 kcmil conductors? :)
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    Basically yes until we get terminals/equipment...

    Basically yes until we get terminals/equipment rated for 90° C.
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    Do you have some sort of corrosive soil...

    Do you have some sort of corrosive soil condition? Isn't RMC already galvanized for direct burial?
  16. The requirement is for the connection to be...

    The requirement is for the connection to be accessible not readily accessible. Take a look at the definitions in Article 100.

    Welcome to the Forum. :)
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    If you use a #8 GEC it would require protection...

    If you use a #8 GEC it would require protection from physical damage so #6 might be a better choice.
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    That seems to be somewhat of a sporadic problem...

    That seems to be somewhat of a sporadic problem with the NECH commentary.
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    It doesn't say that other than 15 amp and 20 amp...

    It doesn't say that other than 15 amp and 20 amp do not require GFCI protection. ;)
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    It's funny they had NM cable connectors that were...

    It's funny they had NM cable connectors that were installed from the inside of the box 10 years ago, wonder why it took them so long to make one for MC. :roll:
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    Sounds to me like the EC covered all of the...

    Sounds to me like the EC covered all of the bases. He said he would install everything needed. If this manual transfer switch does not switch the neutral there is no real additional...
  22. Good information but it almost sounds like you...

    Good information but it almost sounds like you work for a competitor to Cree Lighting.
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    Whoever is providing you this information is...

    Whoever is providing you this information is incorrect. In general if you exceed 3 CCC's in a conduit or tubing you need to apply derating factors. The size of the circular raceway is irrelevant...
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    As Smart stated this is a new table (2014) but...

    As Smart stated this is a new table (2014) but the requirements have not changed from the 2008 NEC. An inspector using the 2008 NEC should still know about the 12.5% requirement.
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    A photo may help. 5 set's of 500 kcmil (200%...

    A photo may help. 5 set's of 500 kcmil (200% neutral) = 2500*12.5% = 312500 or 350 kcmil bonding jumper. Notice the GEC is #3/0.
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