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#101711 - 12/20/02 09:41 AM Class 1 Division 2 Non-incendive Field Wiring Parameters
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Are Class 1 Division 2 non-incendive field wiring parameters included in the Canadian Electrical Code? I am having trouble locating equipment and requiremenst for such a classification. Is there any similar comparison of non-incendive field wiring parameters between the NEC and CEC?

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Ontario Electrical Safety Code - Appendix F
Recommended Installation Practice for Intrinsically Safe and Non-incendive Electrical Equipment and Wiring
(See Rules 18-000, 18-066, 18-100, and 18-150)

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