- 1st Picture:
- Conductors subject to damage - 300.4
- No mechanical continuity of raceway - 300.12
- Incomplete raceway - 300.18
- Incomplete raceway and no support on raceway - 352.30
- If that conduit is schedule 40 and subject to damage, violation of 352.12(C).
- If one of the conductors on that lug is the GEC, violation of 250.64(B)
- If that lug is not designed for use with that ring-connector, violation of 110.3(B).
- 2nd Picture:
- Aluminum GEC too close to the earth - 250.64(A)
- Grounding electrode above grade - 250.53(G)
- The connection of that GEC to the electrode looks really suspicious, possible violtation of 250.70.
Not sure. Maybe a violation of 400.8 or something in Article 552? 4th Picture:
Taking a cue from the prominent "Schedule 40" and assuming the conduit is subject to damage - 352.12(C)
Anything I missed?
Question: Since that generator isn't even required to have a grounding electrode, could it fail inspection because of the violations concerning the electrode and GEC? Could an inspector really say: "You don't need that electrode, but since you put it in, you gotta satisfy 250.56 by putting in another!
[This message has been edited by BigJohn (edited 06-19-2004).]