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    The way he wrote it up seems contradictory, but...

    The way he wrote it up seems contradictory, but when you take into consideration 334.12 is uses not permitted, exposed in dropped or suspended ceilings of multifamily buildings is permitted.
  2. What you have pictured does not fall under...

    What you have pictured does not fall under Article 550. Those fall under Article 545.

    JMO.
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    Exposed and accessible except through partitions...

    Exposed and accessible except through partitions and walls [392.18(E)].
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    For all "intents and purposes" I agree with you...

    For all "intents and purposes" I agree with you both. But I have a hard time with it if we get into literal interpretations.
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    They could say... We know article 334 is for...

    They could say...

    We know article 334 is for Type NM, but then why does practically every section repeat Type NM, NMC, and NMS?

    If I say the condition below applies to Type SE, does it apply?...
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    No, you got the point, you're just not seeing it....

    No, you got the point, you're just not seeing it. I wouldn't have a problem if the 334 sections did not specifically use the words Type NM, NMC, and NMS or such. For example, 334.12(A) should just...
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    I wouldn't have a problem with it in most cases,...

    I wouldn't have a problem with it in most cases, but I believe there are those that will say it violates the product listing... to which my response is it is okay as long as the AHJ approves it.......
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    See below... I'm not saying it doesn't. I...

    See below...


    I'm not saying it doesn't. I guess it's more that I tend to read requirements as explicit and everything in 334.12 is regarding Type NM... nothing about Type SE.
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    Exactly what part of 334.12 are we looking at? ...

    Exactly what part of 334.12 are we looking at? The way I see it, SER is not an NM type, so none of 334.12 applies.
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    Atypical for sure... ...but not prohibited,...

    Atypical for sure...

    ...but not prohibited, AFAICT.
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    I'm having a problem with this description. ...

    I'm having a problem with this description.

    If the ceiling is not dropped or suspended and will be drywalled [hardtop], how does the ceiling being insulated or not affect the cable? And if the...
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    No. But his post leads one to believe he is...

    No.

    But his post leads one to believe he is questioning whether a 100A panel would be sufficient and compliant. What other purpose would there be for mentioning the Oregon Fudge Factor?
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    Agree with Jon. Additionally, not mentioned...

    Agree with Jon.

    Additionally, not mentioned are continuous and noncontinuous loads. But that may not enter the determination if this is a dwelling load. Not that it is impossible, just unlikely...
  14. Thread: Local 363

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    There's no but in biased... :happyno:

    There's no but in biased... :happyno:
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    Generally speaking, the upper limit is 10 seconds...

    Generally speaking, the upper limit is 10 seconds [700.12].
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    I don't think it matters as long as the room or...

    I don't think it matters as long as the room or area is designed for a gathering of 100 or more people (at one time, not accumulative over a period of time).
  17. You can go up to 125% if the motor has a marked...

    You can go up to 125% if the motor has a marked service factor of 1.15 or greater, or a marked temperature rise of 40°C or less.

    Note base value is actual nameplate current rating... not the 430...
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    The intent I believe is to ease derating for 4...

    The intent I believe is to ease derating for 4 CCC in conduit mostly when the neutral is counted as a CCC. Being [mostly] outside and underground, the safety impact of slightly warmer conductors is...
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    Aside from what's been covered so far, your...

    Aside from what's been covered so far, your nominal secondary voltage will be 240V... not 230V... and your kVA will be based on this 240V nominal rating, i.e. 200/400A @ 240V ~ 83/166kVA. Primary...
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    You can if you put 15A fuses in the disconnect....

    You can if you put 15A fuses in the disconnect.
    NOTE: You will have to run #12 from panel to disconnect... unless this part of the circuit qualifies as a feeder tap under the rules of 240.21(B).
  21. Thread: Local 363

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    Google it.... "Local 363 United Service Workers"

    Google it.... "Local 363 United Service Workers"
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    by Smart $
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    AFAICT, they are IBEW. From IBEW.com Local Union...

    AFAICT, they are IBEW. From IBEW.com Local Union Directory...

    363- (catv, em, govt, i, t, u, ws) New City
    Main Office and Referral
    67 Commerce Drive S
    Harriman, NY 10926
    (845) 783-3500
    Fax...
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    My first thought was why no grounding bar at a...

    My first thought was why no grounding bar at a subpanel... but if feed and all existing branch circuits are in EMT, not required.

    I suppose the proposed bonding bushing would work, but it borders...
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    And there you have a prime example of the...

    And there you have a prime example of the difference between intent vs. clear and concise... on both accounts... :thumbsup:
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    Leaving off part of a sentence can make a big...

    seems to assume I have reasons why a receptacle should not be allowed...[/QUOTE]
    Leaving off part of a sentence can make a big difference. The gist of a sentence requires the entire sentence be...
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