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    FWIW, after I posted I managed to make contact...

    FWIW, after I posted I managed to make contact with a friend that is on CMP 18 and he concurs :-) Appreciate you !
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    Replacement Receptacles

    Confused over the wording of 406.4(D)(4) and 210.12(D) exception.
    If a receptacle in an an required to be AFCI is changed to a newer one, does the new receptacle need to be AFCI or AFCI protected...
  4. Thread: 240.21c

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    In addition,, keep in mind =your "240." Code...

    In addition,, keep in mind =your "240." Code reference may not the the most applicable.
    Where is the service point ? If that is a POCO transformer (or customer) you may be dealing with Art 230...
  5. Thread: bonding jumper

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    If for some reason you do elect to bond...

    If for some reason you do elect to bond individual conduits by a jumper you can do so with a 1/0 to each.
    If you use one jumper for all or you are bond ingany pull box/cabinet by means of a jumper...
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    Sounds like the inspector and electrician both...

    Sounds like the inspector and electrician both dropped the ball.
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    Bottom line, there is no Code provision that...

    Bottom line, there is no Code provision that prohibits multiple feeders to a tenant space, Diligence to 110.22 should result in labeling that addressed the multiple feed (such as "Supply 1 of 3 to...
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    Best ref is likely 225.30. Only on feeder to a...

    Best ref is likely 225.30. Only on feeder to a building or other structure. As long as all the equipment is located in one building (See Art 100) you can have as many feeders/branches as you like....
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    Code compliant as shown. Suggest PVC to eliminate...

    Code compliant as shown. Suggest PVC to eliminate bonding issues.
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    Yes. Just make sure the only conductors in the...

    Yes. Just make sure the only conductors in the nipple are service conductors with no load side conductors.
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    Grounding electrode conductors can originate from...

    Grounding electrode conductors can originate from each and every disconnect OR can be connected at any one point ahead of multiple disconnects such as in your wireway.
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    Closed Discussed previously

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    You must be: a. bored b. lonely c. trolling...

    You must be: a. bored b. lonely c. trolling
    You asked the same question at least once if not more.....
    https://forums.mikeholt.com/showthread.php?t=195761&highlight=lighting

    wonder why some...
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    occupancy/energy controls

    occupancy/energy controls
  15. I join Larry in agreement. 250.64(C) has changed...

    I join Larry in agreement.
    250.64(C) has changed somewhat over the years and even today you will run into folks who any recall the words "shall be continuous"..
  16. Thread: GFPE

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    Have you read 230.95 ??

    Have you read 230.95 ??
  17. 1st: Forget your transformer. Under the '17 Co0de...

    1st: Forget your transformer. Under the '17 Co0de (shown in your profile) you are no allowed to "back-wire" a transformer unless it's designed for such.
    To me, the answer would be with POCO. If they...
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    Almost an event

    How close can you get to a "boom".. One of several Service disconnects at older industrial facility
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    It cn be and it's not unusual. You do need to...

    It cn be and it's not unusual. You do need to keep Art 225 into account, however, and provide a disconnect at the building but it can be on the interior nearest the point of entry of the conductors...
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    NEC 406.7 supports your position !

    NEC 406.7 supports your position !
  21. Thread: What product?

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    https://www.littelfuse.com/~/media/protection-rela...

    https://www.littelfuse.com/~/media/protection-relays/datasheets/ground-fault-protection/littelfuse_protectionrelays_pgr_6101_datasheet.pdf

    along with a shunt trip breaker
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    To me, the steps would be 514.16 which references...

    To me, the steps would be 514.16 which references 501.30 for ALL metal raceways.
    501.30 requires bonding by means other than double locknuts or locknut bushing and when flex is involved you need a...
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    One of our larger cities requires 480/277 to be...

    One of our larger cities requires 480/277 to be Brown-Purple-Yellow. Orange is reserved for High-Leg systems only.
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    If I may muddy the water a bit. You do still...

    If I may muddy the water a bit. You do still need to keep 110.14 into account and make sure you do not exceed the termination temperature limits. To use your #10 at an ampacity greater than 30 amps...
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    Pool House AFCI

    At a residence, Would a detached pool house with a kitchen require AFCI protection ?
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