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    NEC 201.5(2)(a)

    I'm not going to quote it all here, but this section seems to me to say that we now (as of NEC2014) need to use red, red striped, or continuously "+" notated wires for our #10 home runs - no taping. Whaddya think?

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    Originally posted by ggunn View Post
    I'm not going to quote it all here, but this section seems to me to say that we now (as of NEC2014) need to use red, red striped, or continuously "+" notated wires for our #10 home runs - no taping. Whaddya think?
    I think you mean 210.5(C)(2) (2014).

    As to question, I think the PV DC conductors from a PV panel to an inverter are not branch circuit conductors. See the definition of branch circuit in Article 100.

    Cheers, Wayne

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      #3
      Originally posted by ggunn View Post
      I'm not going to quote it all here, but this section seems to me to say that we now (as of NEC2014) need to use red, red striped, or continuously "+" notated wires for our #10 home runs - no taping. Whaddya think?
      there is no article 201 in my copy of the 2014 NEC.
      Bob

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        #4
        Originally posted by wwhitney View Post
        I think you mean 210.5(C)(2) (2014).

        As to question, I think the PV DC conductors from a PV panel to an inverter are not branch circuit conductors. See the definition of branch circuit in Article 100.

        Cheers, Wayne
        I concur completely.

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          #5
          Originally posted by petersonra View Post
          there is no article 201 in my copy of the 2014 NEC.
          210. Sorry

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