My wife is going for her apprenticeship test on Monday. (I'll have an in-house helper!) While giving her things to practice looking up in the code, I told her to look up "device". After reading the definition, she concluded that a light fixture (haven't told her about the "luminaire thing yet...) would be considered a device... the bulbs utilize electricity, not the fixture... Hmmm.
For that matter the wires themselves seem to fit the definition, unless resistance is considered "utilizing"...
And a lighted switch, relay, contactor or a GFCI would not be a device because they do utilize electricity...
How's that for a twist!
(sorry if I've gone overboard here...)
[This message has been edited by sparky66wv (edited 10-03-2001).]
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