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#102056 - 11/15/04 09:36 PM y 750v  
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y 750v..can anyone tell me where in the code book that i find the reason for 750v being low-voltage.and how did this number came about..


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#102057 - 11/15/04 11:14 PM Re: y 750v  
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Section 36 deals with high voltage, which is voltages in excess of 750 volts. Check out rule 36-000 (1) (3).


#102058 - 11/15/04 11:31 PM Re: y 750v  
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Perhaps it was intended to keep the trolley bus in the low voltage definition.


#102059 - 11/16/04 07:19 PM Re: y 750v  
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what i am saying is,why wasn't it 790v as oppose to 750v.which means that this # did not just showed up,there must be some reasonning behind it.that is what i am trying to find out.code36(1)(3)talks about it briefly...but isn't saying how it came about.



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