Running wire across basement wood truss construction

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Hello , new to the forum and first post ,so take that into account please . I am installing a mini split heat pump . I have to run 10/2 wire from panel 40 feet across the basement routed through trusses. House was built in 2000 and when I look at current wiring I see it routed on top of round heating ducts , over pex piping with no separation between the materials . I assume this is not an issue , but want to ensure I do my diligence . Thanks in advance for your reply's
 

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Need your occupation (retired from ?) and relationship to the electrical industry before you can post.
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