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#101877 - 12/02/03 08:07 PM Conductor Ceiling light fixture
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1) What type conductor used for ceiling light fixture.

2) What is maximum overload current for fluorescent light?

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#101878 - 12/02/03 08:56 PM Re: Conductor Ceiling light fixture
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Keny: You are from Toronto, so I believe the C.E.C. applies. On the first question, 30-408(1)&(2) states a 90C conductor. On the second question 30-104 indicates 15A, 20A or 40A depending on....


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