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Re: Whirlpool tub grounding with pex
Posted by renosteinke:
We can't rely on anything as science, can we? If we did, we'd be forced to repeal all those AFCI requirements.

After all, doesn't Paschen's Law bluntly assert that there can be no arcing faults at household voltages on copper wires:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paschen%27s_law
Re: What could be causing this blip?
Posted by ANNEMARIE:
Thanks for all your reply on this I'm sure otd some sort of network switching that causes it. Although why it would happen 5 or 6 times in a row is a mystery. How many goes does it take to do a bit of switching
Re: Article 626 info
Posted by HotLine1:
Ernie:
From the one page in the 2011 Changes, I noticed a mfg name
under the one & only graphic.

Here's the website....

https://www.idleair.com/
I'll check the '08 Changes at my office Monday.

Let me know if a scan of any pages will help you.
Re: Bonding and grounding
Posted by gfretwell:
If you want to look just like the handbook, connect a 250.66 sized jumper from each transformer to the 2/0 grounding electrode conductor and connect them with split bolts.

Re: Help with Article 680 regarding self contained spa
Posted by HotLine1:
After all of the above, it sounds like what I said.

IF a TIA is inclusive, it must be "in writing". We get official notifications from the State either 'yes' or 'no'.
Re: Norwegian power?
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Re: National Board of Electrical Examiners
Posted by fishingmaniac:
Old topic but I just found my old NBEE card # 200176 from 8/1/93, I Googled it and found this thread. I feel it was either a scam or a good idea that never matriculated. They had told us at the time they were working for a national certification and more reciprocity but as we can all see (...)
Re: NM Cable entering boxes.
Posted by gfretwell:
I guess it is because there is more than one kind of cable and they were trying to avoid the mess that was created when they put a cable rule in 320 and referred to it in all the other cable articles. (like accessible attics in 330.23 334.23 etc)
Re: common sense
Posted by HotLine1:
Joe:
Thank you!!

 

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