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  1. I think if you can verify that the utility bill...

    I think if you can verify that the utility bill is based on 15 minute interval data then you can use that to comply with 220.87. Regardless of code, it might be a good idea to get a years worth of...
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    See 404.8 actually. I think you qualify for...

    See 404.8 actually. I think you qualify for Exception 2, from the sound of it.
  3. Seems like we should not jump to conclusions. If...

    Seems like we should not jump to conclusions. If they were 'renovating the home' there could have been multiple contractors working on it.
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    I'm inclined to say the inspector is wrong if...

    I'm inclined to say the inspector is wrong if it's an unfused disconnect.
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    In 690, not 240.

    In 690, not 240.
  6. Have you not asked SMA? Guessing from my...

    Have you not asked SMA?

    Guessing from my experience using cellular modems for other brands...

    - You may be able to gang together multiple inverters using RS-485.
    - Yes, the modem basically...
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    I think I need this get me to stop visiting this...

    I think I need this get me to stop visiting this forum. :lol:
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    In his OP he said "I have bonded N-G on the first...

    In his OP he said "I have bonded N-G on the first disconnecting means on both the primary and the secondary of the T/F to earth". I was making the point that while one doesn't bond the 'first...
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    It's correct that 250.30(A)(1) is only about the...

    It's correct that 250.30(A)(1) is only about the secondary side. But here's a loaded question:

    Is 89L a service disconnect? If so then the N-G bond there is correct.

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    I don't know why not, but maybe ask Ilsco?

    I don't know why not, but maybe ask Ilsco?
  11. Thread: Cable guy

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    Oh, you just made it seem important. It thought...

    Oh, you just made it seem important. It thought we were only debating how much we electricians are entitled to roll our eyes at the cable guy. :lol:
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    They will be doing something, and the method will...

    They will be doing something, and the method will tell you something about EGCs. I don't know why you need to have it specified before install and field inspection (I still don't understand your...
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    No. It just doesn't say that. If they choose to...

    No. It just doesn't say that. If they choose to put two strings in one conduit for some stretch they only need one EGC.
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    That is not what 90.2(B)(4) says.

    That is not what 90.2(B)(4) says.
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    You seem to think that the designer has to spell...

    You seem to think that the designer has to spell out every tiny detail of the installation. I think you have to stop somewhere. It's a code requirement that EMT be supported every 10ft. Does this...
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    That has nothing to do with the question you...

    That has nothing to do with the question you asked. See 250.122(C).
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    If it includes a custom map placard that's...

    If it includes a custom map placard that's reasonable perhaps. Not great.
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    No. The rules do not suddenly change once you...

    No. The rules do not suddenly change once you climb on the roof.
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    Individual circuits do not need their own EGCs. ...

    Individual circuits do not need their own EGCs. It's not true in general and not true for PV.
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    I couldn't disagree more. PV is not a service....

    I couldn't disagree more. PV is not a service. :happyno:
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    No, that's not what 220.61(C) says. It state...

    No, that's not what 220.61(C) says. It state specific situations where you cannot reduce the neutral size. It does not say that you can reduce the neutral size in all other situations. If you do...
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    I don't see a conflict.

    I don't see a conflict.
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    It seems like you're speculating. I'm doubtful...

    It seems like you're speculating. I'm doubtful that the lack of detail on the plans means that they have no intention of protecting or supporting the PV wire between arrays. Did you actually ask...
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    The roof is not readily accessible if it requires...

    The roof is not readily accessible if it requires a portable ladder. It is readily accessible if there's a staircase going to it. To give a couple examples.

    'Readily accessible' is defined in...
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    I think I already answered the question. ...

    I think I already answered the question.

    Either the installer uses a professional method to protect the PV wire from damage of they are violating 110.3(A), or 110.12, or something else like that.
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