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#194379 - 05/27/10 08:42 AM sharing normal and emergency pwr ckts in raceway
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Can normal and emergency power ckts be share in the same raceway.

I have a 2-section wiremold, 1 for data and 1 for pwr, but the pwr has both normal and emergency ckts.

the emergency ckts are not life safety.

thanks in advance

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#194380 - 05/27/10 05:45 PM Re: sharing normal and emergency pwr ckts in raceway [Re: Bravo]
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Optional (702) Legally required (701)Emergency (700)

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#194420 - 05/31/10 06:40 PM Re: sharing normal and emergency pwr ckts in raceway [Re: Yoopersup]
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read 700.9 (B) , 701.10,& 702.9

700.9(B) - NO

701.10 - Yes

702.9 - Yes

To answer your question you must first determine what your circuits are. Emergency (700) Legally Required ( 701) or Optional ( 702)
Read 700.1 & 700.2 and 701.1 & 701.2 and 702.1 & 702.2
to determine what you have.


Edited by luckyshadow (05/31/10 06:41 PM)

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