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    I don't see a problem if the wiring is not...

    I don't see a problem if the wiring is not feeding more than one dwelling unit.
  2. In some case, like with Lutron products, you can...

    In some case, like with Lutron products, you can change the Class 2 to Class 1 and use the same raceway or cable for power and control.
  3. Sounds like Star hit it on the head, they meant...

    Sounds like Star hit it on the head, they meant low smoke zero halogen.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low_Smoke_Zero_Halogen
  4. Thread: 60amp Feeder

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    At 60° C NM cable is only good for 55 amps but...

    At 60° C NM cable is only good for 55 amps but that with a 60 amp OCPD according to the next size up rule in 240.4 but your load would have to be 55 amps or less. You could use MC cable or another...
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    If you apply the exception that MTN mentioned...

    If you apply the exception that MTN mentioned then your overall SE cable conductor length would need to be 10' for the 12" embedded in insulation.
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    You're allowed up to 1/4" of expansion and need...

    You're allowed up to 1/4" of expansion and need to factor in the temperature change. For us that's about 100° F. That means we can go a little over 6' between fixed points without an expansion...
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    A tap conductor would have an OCPD ahead of it...

    A tap conductor would have an OCPD ahead of it that is larger than the ampacity of the tap conductors. The OCPD is 100 amps and the feed through conductors are at least 100 amps so there is no tap...
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    Have you taken a look at Table 352.44? You will...

    Have you taken a look at Table 352.44? You will need to know the temperature change for the area in which it's installed.
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    Isn't an EMT fitting listed for grounding with...

    Isn't an EMT fitting listed for grounding with the supplied locknut?
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    Since you're adjustment factor would be 60% you...

    Since you're adjustment factor would be 60% you would be good to go providing that the load doesn't exceed 18 amps on each cable but none of those bundled cables can supply multiple receptacle loads....
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    The 2014 requires that the feeder be sized at 83%...

    The 2014 requires that the feeder be sized at 83% of the entire load. According to the IN No. 1: adjustment factors would apply if the wiring method required it, such as SE cable within insulation.
  12. So the #3 THWN with 75° C terminations and a 100...

    So the #3 THWN with 75° C terminations and a 100 amp OCPD is a violation?
  13. IMO the EGC needs to be increased in size since,...

    IMO the EGC needs to be increased in size since, as you've stated, the #3 AWG condcutors would be compliant for a 100 amp OCPD.
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    I agree with Jim and in my experience I have seen...

    I agree with Jim and in my experience I have seen it where you need every inch of the stretched out conductor to reach the neutral bar.
  15. I agree 3Ø, 4W Delta because you couldn't have...

    I agree 3Ø, 4W Delta because you couldn't have 120/240 with a WYE secondary. What does the nameplate say?
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    What about 250.64(D)(3)?

    What about 250.64(D)(3)?
  17. Here's what Carlon FAQ's say: ...

    Here's what Carlon FAQ's say:



    http://www.carlonsales.com/schedule4080elbows.php
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    IMO the general feeling is that rods are pretty...

    IMO the general feeling is that rods are pretty poor electrodes anyway so it doesn't really matter how they're connected. Further proof is that as long as you have two rods their resistance could be...
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    What kind of blocks are they using?

    What kind of blocks are they using?
  20. I might use PVC jacketed MC in a shallow chase...

    I might use PVC jacketed MC in a shallow chase covered with some sort of patching material.
  21. How do you define the "quality" of the ground? ...

    How do you define the "quality" of the ground? For the home's electrical system the main bonding jumper will provide a connection between the EGC's and the system neutral that's the one that really...
  22. Also as Augie stated the SSBJ can be a suitable...

    Also as Augie stated the SSBJ can be a suitable metallic raceway.
  23. Thread: ON egc

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    What's the wiring method? Around here many...

    What's the wiring method? Around here many houses wired in 1960 would have AC cable which would have an EGC.
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    If you're using EMT then the minimum needed could...

    If you're using EMT then the minimum needed could be three, HOT, SW LEG, SW LEG.
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    Tie in points for fall protection equipment need...

    Tie in points for fall protection equipment need to be rated for a minimum of 5000#'s. That one is not even close. :)
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