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#50076 - 03/23/05 08:56 AM Permanent installation of flexible lighting
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I didn't want to "hyjack" Russ' thread on rope lighting in theaters, but, I have some related questions about the permanent use of flexible lighting products.

What NEC standard(s) do you use when installing rope or other flexible lighting for permanent use? It seems like a unique animal but, I don't see anything that particuarly covers its safe installation.

Doesn anyone have a name(s) of a supplier of "listed" rope lighting. The only one I've come across is National Specialty Lighting http://www.nslusa.com/lightrope.html

"Googling" this doesn't give me very many hits.

[This message has been edited by safetygem (edited 03-23-2005).]

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#50077 - 03/23/05 01:06 PM Re: Permanent installation of flexible lighting
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Safetygem, check out the link in this thread for some new requirements for rope lights.

Roger

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