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  1. Thread: grounding

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    As far as grounding electrodes you seem to have...

    As far as grounding electrodes you seem to have that covered unless you also have a concrete encased electrode.
    As far a his mention of "concentric knockouts", you might review 501.30 for specific...
  2. A Forum specialty :D

    A Forum specialty :D
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    517.13(B) (B) Insulated Equipment Grounding...

    517.13(B)
    (B) Insulated Equipment Grounding Conductor.


    The following shall be directly connected to an insulated copper equipment grounding conductor that is

    installed with the branch ...
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    :thumbsup:
  5. As Golddigger mentioned, there is some debate as...

    As Golddigger mentioned, there is some debate as to such disconnects falling under the provisions of 110.26 ie: subject to be examined while energized).
    In this area all the inspectors consider them...
  6. Thread: MC

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    NEC 404.2(C) might have a bearing on your...

    NEC 404.2(C) might have a bearing on your question.
    With a whole handful of exceptions, there is a requirement that a grounded conductor be present at a switch location. That requirement has led to...
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    Really !!! That's the reason I first posted...

    Really !!!
    That's the reason I first posted just the Article number ! :)
    As difficult as it is to believe, I have actually read it.
    My intent, since it is not simply "black & white", was to...
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    word games :) "a separate branch circuit for...

    word games :)
    "a separate branch circuit for unit equipment shall be permitted"

    I would interpret that as dedicated. Perhaps others would not.
    AHJ call, I guess.
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    That is covered by an exception in the referenced...

    That is covered by an exception in the referenced Code Section {700.12(F)}
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    Agree. Take a look at 700.12(F)

    Agree. Take a look at 700.12(F)
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    The only "issue" that I have encountered is one...

    The only "issue" that I have encountered is one where the E/C does not understand "main power feeder" and attempts to use this Table for situations where the feeder does not supply "all loads...
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    difficult post for me to decipher but I'll give...

    difficult post for me to decipher but I'll give it a try.
    Sounds like you have a 100 amp M/B panel tapped off a 225 amp breaker.
    The minimum wire size to the 100 amp panel be controlled by the tap...
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    The State of TN amended the NEC to limit the...

    The State of TN amended the NEC to limit the number of outlets (note: that's outlets, not just receptacle outlets) on AFCI circuits (also note TN only requires AFCI on bedroom circuits).
    The intent...
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    180va is commercial. I like to remind folks that...

    180va is commercial. I like to remind folks that for residential, they are "convenience" outlets.
    If your bedroom has 12 outlets or 6 the chances are the load would be exactly the same. You are...
  15. Thread: gfci question

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    In my case it's usually my big fat thumb hitting...

    In my case it's usually my big fat thumb hitting the test button as I try to cram the tester into a tamper-resistant outlet while laying half under a hydro-tub :D
    but as already asked, how does the...
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    IMO, you have a problem. NEC 110.10 requires...

    IMO, you have a problem. NEC 110.10 requires proper rating of the device and it is marked with a 5k SCCR.
    I have encountered the situation several times on inspections and the engineers have often...
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    There are so many post I don't want to have to...

    There are so many post I don't want to have to review each one but this keeps haunting me.
    Perhaps I'm reading out of context but: If the MCA is 23.9, you can not use a 20 amp wire.
    When all...
  18. This might be worth considering: 410.151...

    This might be worth considering:
    410.151 Lighting track fittings shall not be equipped withgeneral-purpose receptacles
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    It very well may be the example came from the '08...

    It very well may be the example came from the '08 Code where #14 was rated at 20 amps in the 60° column.
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    THHN has insulation that allows it to be used as...

    THHN has insulation that allows it to be used as a 90° conductor so it is good for any temperature below that. For the most part the 90° rating is only useful for derating due to ambient, fill, ect....
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    do you not see any picture at all ?

    do you not see any picture at all ?
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    Take a look at 312.6.

    Take a look at 312.6.
  23. Thread: 300

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    One of our members who is sharp on physics can...

    One of our members who is sharp on physics can probably elaborate, but Im told "trimming" is particularly bad in that the majority of the current carried by a conductor is carried by the outer...
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    Note that it states (3) 350s which if you were...

    Note that it states (3) 350s which if you were using 312.9(A) would require 10" of bending space where as (4) 350s would require 12". On the other hand (4) 250s would only require the 10".

    I'm...
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    defies logic does it not ? only possible thing I...

    defies logic does it not ? only possible thing I can think of would be addressing 312.6(A) or(B)
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