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#121177 - 06/20/05 01:39 PM Above The Grid
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New tenant remodels the office. He wants to separate out some lights to a new switch. What to do? These pics show a, well, different way to do it.
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With some Romex thrown in as well!

The NEC has banned the use of SO "above the grid." Applications like this are, I'm sure, the inspiration behind the ban.

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#121178 - 06/20/05 05:27 PM Re: Above The Grid
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Wow!,
This job really has got everything!.
Is there a bushing on that pipe where the cables head down through the cieling tile?.
Is it my eye-sight or is that some osort of a dodgy set-up on top of the troffer in the 3rd pic?.
John,
I've never liked the idea of cords being fed through suspended cieling grids, I've seen a few of them energised in my time.
They don't lend themselves to good grounding/bonding in any case.
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