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    Yes. That is the first OCPD above the heat pump.

    Yes. That is the first OCPD above the heat pump.
  2. No. He's wrong.

    No. He's wrong.
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    No, The frames are not energized. They are...

    No, The frames are not energized. They are connected to the neutral, and under normal conditions only have a potential voltage above ground equal to the voltage drop on the neutral conductor.
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    The first question that comes to mind is "Does...

    The first question that comes to mind is "Does NFPA 110 apply"?
  5. Thread: Elevator lights

    by dkidd
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    Don't modify anything in the cabin.

    Don't modify anything in the cabin.
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    Better Be Right Or Your Great Big Venture Goes...

    Better Be Right Or Your Great Big Venture Goes West

    https://1technation.com/better-be-right-or-your-great-big-venture-goes-west/
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    I have frequently seen and required that the...

    I have frequently seen and required that the working space be labeled on the floor, stating "No Storage".
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    You need information on the E.P.A. of the...

    You need information on the E.P.A. of the fixture(s) and the design wind speed.
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    I actually have seen a Siemens document that...

    I actually have seen a Siemens document that lists 4 breaker series ratings
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    Only if the subpanels are listed by the...

    Only if the subpanels are listed by the manufacturer to have a series rating with the fuses.
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    From...

    From http://trcsupport.eaton.com/General/926265591/What-is-the-difference-between-AIC-and-SCCR-ratings.htm

    What is the difference between AIC and SCCR ratings?

    AIC (kAIC) applies to protective...
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    700.1 Scope. The provisions of this article apply...

    700.1 Scope. The provisions of this article apply to the
    electrical safety of the installation, operation, and maintenance
    of emergency systems consisting of circuits and
    equipment intended to...
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    Panelboard. A single panel or group of panel...

    Panelboard. A single panel or group of panel units designed
    for assembly in the form of a single panel, including
    buses and automatic overcurrent devices, and equipped
    with or without switches for...
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    It looks like what you have is a panelboard, and...

    It looks like what you have is a panelboard, and it doesn't look like there would be service conductors involved.
    I don't see any Code need to do anything, other than the obvious lacking cover,...
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    The existing switch may not be horsepower rated....

    The existing switch may not be horsepower rated.

    see https://forums.mikeholt.com/showthread.php?t=142331
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    See 314.23(E), especially the terms "conduits"...

    See 314.23(E), especially the terms "conduits" and "wrenchtight".
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    See 314.23(E)

    See 314.23(E)
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    Are you talking a parking structure? Then no...

    Are you talking a parking structure? Then no special requirements.

    A garage would be different.
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    Can you post a link?

    Can you post a link?
  20. Only under 517.30(B)(2) for the loads you list.

    Only under 517.30(B)(2) for the loads you list.
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    Haiku?

    Haiku?
  22. Thread: EMT nema 3R

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    You'll need raintight EMT fittings.

    You'll need raintight EMT fittings.
  23. ANSI 607 seems to be the applicable standard ...

    ANSI 607 seems to be the applicable standard
    ...
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    See the first Q&A ...

    See the first Q&A

    https://blog.schneider-electric.com/power-management-metering-monitoring-power-quality/2016/11/02/frequently-asked-questions-selective-coordination/
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    Dennis seems to say that the dishwasher is...

    Dennis seems to say that the dishwasher is included in the lighting demand load:

    "First off the dishwasher does not go in the upper calculation-- you use sq. ft x 3, small appliance branch circuit...
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