You can put low voltage wiring in the same condiut as power conductors as long as the low voltage wiring is rated for 600V (i.e. you could use some #14 THHN)
That is acceptable because of the separate jacket around the Class 2 conductors....unless it's in luminaire cable! I wonder how that is acceptable?
Right. If the control cable is a self-contained wiring method that does not require a raceway, it should be able to share the enclosing raceway. But without the explicit UL listing that luminaire cable has, an inspector may not agree.Right, but is luminaire cable really 2 separate raceways just because the control cable is jacketed? That logic would seem to allow me to pull a jacketed control cable (like an 18/3) within an EMT with 277 volt circuits then right?
It's acceptable simply because the cable manufacturer designed it as a factory assembly and got it listed....unless it's in luminaire cable! :lol: I wonder how that is acceptable?