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#102098 - 01/11/05 01:50 PM 3ph 4 W splitters
ujrobins Offline
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Registered: 01/11/05
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Have been told that a 4 pad splitter is against CEC? can't find this reference in Code Book. ???

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#102099 - 01/11/05 07:39 PM Re: 3ph 4 W splitters
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Registered: 10/21/03
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No such rule. I have installed lots of 4 pad splitters.

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#102100 - 01/12/05 06:30 AM Re: 3ph 4 W splitters
bill woods Offline
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Ok, what's a "four pad" splitter?

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#102101 - 01/12/05 04:24 PM Re: 3ph 4 W splitters
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Its a splitter with 4 terminal blocks, one for each of the three hots and one for the neutral.

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