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  1. Thread: pole lights

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    Yes or even #12 CU is fine. The key point is that...

    Yes or even #12 CU is fine. The key point is that all circuit conductors have a sufficient final adjusted/corrected minimum ampacity of 20A.
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    Since MA is on the 2017, can we assume your...

    Since MA is on the 2017, can we assume your question is for that edition
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    I cannot think of a section/exception for the "up...

    I cannot think of a section/exception for the "up is on/closed" rule for breakers, so you may be limited to using only the bottom section.
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    Two individual SP breakers without handle tie is...

    Two individual SP breakers without handle tie is fine.
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    Required by VA law if requested.

    Required by VA law if requested.
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    I agree with Ron. Nothing in the code about...

    I agree with Ron.

    Nothing in the code about “diversity” in this install. Really nothing in the code about diversity at all, except Annex B.
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    Agree.

    Agree.
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    The 100A ckt. was someone else’s idea, I would...

    The 100A ckt. was someone else’s idea, I would never have done that unless ordered to in writing.
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    I am more worried that given just given the...

    I am more worried that given just given the nameplate and being around the ~100A level and #1 or 1/0 level that 110.14(C) could come to play.

    I would run the numbers like Iggy did, but not exactly...
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    If a train driver speced a #1, I would run it but...

    If a train driver speced a #1, I would run it but left to my own decision I would do the 1/0.

    Since there might be a variable or two that I am not aware given the machine is different then what I...
  11. I have reread OP twice. Where does he say how...

    I have reread OP twice.

    Where does he say how many #10s?

    I just see where #10s are going into the 1”, not how many.
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    No copyright violations there , sources are...

    No copyright violations there , sources are pretty clear. Very worst would be a minor BS nitpick for a bibliography to be included.

    Open source, educational use-as already mentioned.

    Nice...
  13. You would use the full dimensions needed for all...

    You would use the full dimensions needed for all the conduits. 314.28.

    I am thinking some thing like this:

    x x x x. X
    x x x x
    x x x x. X
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    No, it does not say MCA so you cannot assume it...

    No, it does not say MCA so you cannot assume it is factored in.

    Usually MCA is a HVAC spec.I doubt that is the case here.

    FLC does not mean MCA.
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    Look at 240.15(B). Edit, Roger already cited...

    Look at 240.15(B).

    Edit, Roger already cited this.:slaphead:

    Wait found this.

    http://forums.mikeholt.com/showthread.php?t=154201&p=1492260#post1492260
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    Engineers of course, if they have BSEEs, but...

    Engineers of course, if they have BSEEs, but there is a slight presumption that when someone says they are an EE here, it kinda implies being a PE in electrical IMO.

    Or at least that is what I...
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    I thought only a licensed PE could stamp drawings.

    I thought only a licensed PE could stamp drawings.
  18. Gesundheit.

    Gesundheit.
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    [QUOTE=roger;1898863] More like an intern....

    More like an intern. Passed med school, but not licensed to practice yet.
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    Okay, sorry, I was trying to figure how the...

    Okay, sorry, I was trying to figure how the configuration dropped 10V.

    Thought maybe the high leg was somehow doing something weird to the set up.
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    If the transformer is fed with 240V and it is a...

    If the transformer is fed with 240V and it is a 1:1 ratio, why is the secondary 230V?
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    My point is that until you or a qualified person...

    My point is that until you or a qualified person in hazardous locations determines if it is classified or not, I cannot say whether romex or rigid is needed to wire your garage.

    Not that you are...
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    Yep. He/she tells me the classification and I...

    Yep. He/she tells me the classification and I wire it according to the applicable code articles.
  24. This thread will probably just add to your...

    This thread will probably just add to your confusion, but it discusses it.

    http://forums.mikeholt.com/showthread.php?t=175117
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    The electrical designer/consulting EE is the...

    The electrical designer/consulting EE is the person who uses the parameters in article 500 to classify the area.

    The NEC does not classify areas. The NEC tells us what to do after that person has...
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