Search:

Type: Posts; User: augie47

Page 1 of 8 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 1.15 seconds.

  1. Replies
    3$$
    Views
    78

    I went back to the 1990 NEC to see if there had...

    I went back to the 1990 NEC to see if there had been any changes applicable to your install and didn't pick up on any pertinent ones.
    As far as the deck box, if the conduit to the light is brass,...
  2. Thread: CSST Bonding

    by augie47
    Replies
    8$$
    Views
    85

    I don't have the applicable Code at my...

    I don't have the applicable Code at my fingertips, but I can tell you the mechanical inspectors in this area require a #6 bare from the CSST to the grounding electrode at the service.(Locally there...
  3. I did not catch the "nursing home" part. That may...

    I did not catch the "nursing home" part. That may have been a revision after I first saw the proposal.
    With me being just a step away from living in one.... it may make more sense for that...
  4. You don't suppose the manufacturers had any input...

    You don't suppose the manufacturers had any input on this one do you ? :D
    Betcha those illuminated receptacles have a decent price tag.
  5. Thread: Load diversity

    by augie47
    Replies
    8$$
    Views
    152

    As far as his basing his install on Annex B, I...

    As far as his basing his install on Annex B, I think I would have to ask him to show you his Professional Engineering License. Annex B is informational only and for jobs under engineering...
  6. On the individual outlets, I don't know of any...

    On the individual outlets, I don't know of any published data that would reference anything but full load. I've worked on several marinas and found that the actual load can often come close to the...
  7. Replies
    5$$
    Views
    127

    IMO, You are obligated to have a disconnect means...

    IMO, You are obligated to have a disconnect means within sight from the motor.
    Note that 440.3 references Art 430 as a guide except as modified by Art 4440 and 430.102 would require the disconnect...
  8. Replies
    53$$
    Views
    1,061

    I feel you are arguing for the sake of arguing....

    I feel you are arguing for the sake of arguing.
    Many knowledgeable folks here have informed you that, being it an actual safety issue or not, the Code requires a wire type equipment grounding...
  9. Replies
    2$$
    Views
    94

    Whomever is advising you that a #12 is a...

    Whomever is advising you that a #12 is a sufficient EGC is the person "missing something".
    Table 250.122 shows that circuits over 30 amps and not exceeding 60 require a #10 grounding conductor....
  10. Replies
    53$$
    Views
    1,061

    What you should hope for is : (1) Nothing ever...

    What you should hope for is :
    (1) Nothing ever goes wrong withe the job. Even though it is somewhat agreed there is not hazard, the fact that you installed a non-Code compliant job bodes badly if...
  11. Replies
    5$$
    Views
    122

    The NEC will allow the 15 amp circuits providing...

    The NEC will allow the 15 amp circuits providing the characteristics of the load allow. I have no clue as to any local amendments in your area.
  12. Replies
    5$$
    Views
    122

    14 current carrying conductors requires a...

    14 current carrying conductors requires a de-rating of 50%. Using your 90° rating for#12 THHN at 30 amps, you adjusted ampacity for derating is 15 amps, so a 15 amp breaker.
    Whether they can be used...
  13. Replies
    11$$
    Views
    316

    Here a UL article that sheds some light on the...

    Here a UL article that sheds some light on the subject (no pun intended)
    http://www.ul.com/global/documents/offerings/perspectives/regulators/technical/ul_LEDRetrofitKits.pdf
  14. Replies
    11$$
    Views
    382

    Interesting form from their website. 10093

    Interesting form from their website.

    10093
  15. Thread: 310.15 (B)(16)

    by augie47
    Replies
    39$$
    Views
    631

    ??

    ??
  16. Replies
    6$$
    Views
    283

    Take a look at 402.10 & 401.11 Fixture wire is...

    Take a look at 402.10 & 401.11 Fixture wire is not permitted as a branch circuit conductor (except as permitted elsewhere in the Code)
  17. Replies
    7$$
    Views
    321

    We do. To some degree, that is referenced in the...

    We do. To some degree, that is referenced in the thread I listed.
  18. Replies
    9$$
    Views
    350

    See 210.52(B)(2)

    See 210.52(B)(2)
  19. Replies
    3$$
    Views
    155

    As Smart$ states, IF if falls under the NEC (as...

    As Smart$ states, IF if falls under the NEC (as part of a piece of equipment it might be wired to a different Code) there are some exceptions.
    Take a look at 250.30(A)(1) Exception 3
  20. Thread: Feeder Taps...

    by augie47
    Replies
    23$$
    Views
    467

    Without studying years of ROPs, I can only assume...

    Without studying years of ROPs, I can only assume the logic relates to the fact that a 10 ft or shorter tap can be 1/10 the ampacity of the OCP device protecting it and the CMP wanted to provide as...
  21. Replies
    30$$
    Views
    635

    That would take me back to days when you dipped...

    That would take me back to days when you dipped connections in solder :D
  22. Replies
    5$$
    Views
    290

    Obviously no problem then :D

    Obviously no problem then :D
  23. Replies
    5$$
    Views
    290

    Some Days You Gotta Just Love this Job

    "Box Fill ? Do Bell Boxes have a box fill limit ?"
    10086

    "Well, the only #12 I had in the truck was orange"
    10087
  24. Replies
    7$$
    Views
    192

    Thanks Rob

    Thanks Rob
  25. Replies
    4$$
    Views
    165

    They have not been allowed under decks in this...

    They have not been allowed under decks in this area.
    The distance from the structure seems to be based on the type cover the generator has.
Results 1 to 25 of 200
Page 1 of 8 1 2 3 4