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#171677 - 12/03/07 01:07 AM CA Electrical code
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Anyone have an old copy of the (Say '01) CEC - I'm trying to remember if and when there was an exception to 210.25 "Common Area Branch Circuits" to be on the owners meter.
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#171853 - 12/06/07 06:52 PM Re: CA Electrical code [Re: e57]
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I still do.
Will check out the article and reply later.

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#171854 - 12/06/07 08:51 PM Re: CA Electrical code [Re: Scott35]
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Mark, the '93 NEC shows it as a new addition from the '90 NEC. It is 210-24 in the '93 NEC. I would assume it would have been adopted into the '95 CEC.

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#171881 - 12/07/07 02:59 PM Re: CA Electrical code [Re: e57]
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NO EXCEPTIONS TO 210-25 NOTED IN 2001 C.E.C.

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